Coushatta Casino Resort names David Kaspar director of golf
KINDER, La. – David Kaspar has been named director of golf at Coushatta Casino Resort’s award-winning golf course, Koasati Pines at Coushatta.
In his new position, he will oversee all course operations, including pro shop retail sales, guest relations and tournament activities. Kaspar has more than 18 years of experience as a golf professional; he is well-known in the Lake Charles area as a former general manager and director of golf for the Lake Charles Country Club. Additionally, he is a member of the board of directors for the Louisiana Golf Association, Gulf States Rules Committee and a long-standing Class “A” Member of PGA of America.
“I believe every golfer should have the best golfing experience Koasati Pines can offer; it is an exceptional golf facility. My emphasis has always been in customer service. I take great pride in satisfying guests’ expectations with consistent professional attention to every detail – from the moment they arrive on property to the time they leave,” Kaspar said.
Located 25 miles northeast of Lake Charles on U.S. 165 (I-10 Exit 44) and five miles north of Kinder, Coushatta Casino Resort is Louisiana’s largest tribal land-based gaming resort with more than 2,800 slot machines and 70 table games, plus a 22-table live Poker Room. Amenities include six restaurants, supervised children’s activity center, teen arcade, 500 hotel rooms, luxury RV park with 100 pads plus 100 fully furnished chalets, award-winning 18-hole par-72 championship golf course, 4,400-seat climate-controlled arena, and 24-bay fuel facility with convenience store.
Coushatta Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana. For more information call (800) 584-7263, or visit the Web site.