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Puyallup Tribe Buys Public Golf Course on its Reservation
The economic arm of the Puyallup Tribe of Washington has purchased an 18-hole, 55-year-old public golf course that sits in the northwestern side of its reservation...
Bois Forte Chippewa Golf Course Wins Audubon Environmental Stewardship Accolades
Golf courses often draw fire for environmental damage from pesticides and fertilizers, but the Wilderness Golf Course at Fortune Bay of the Bois Forte Chippewa has shown itself onc...
NIGA Trade Show Kicks Off With Annual Golf Tournament
Prior to the National Indian Gaming Association's 29th Annual Tradeshow and Convention, the association hosted three golf tournaments at the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation's Sy...
Lumbee Tribe Bids to Operate Golf Course
The Lumbee Tribal Council voted in favor of pursuing the state's offer of a lease agreement to operate the Robbins, North Carolina-based Riverside Golf Course ...