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The Tire Guy.

Tires get us to places we have to go, and more importantly, destinations we want to go. And North Central Idaho has lots to go see.

It’s time to start thinking about golfing.

Within North Central Idaho, the Grangeville Country Club course offers front nine play 2,990 yards, par 35, just west of town off U.S. Highway 95. The facility opens the clubhouse and the course to the public April 1 through Oct. 31: grangevillegolf.com .

McCall Municipal Golf Course features the Aspen (nine holes, 3,148 yards, par 35), Birch (nine holes, 3,147 yards, par 36) and Cedar (nine holes, 3,047 yards, par 35): mccallgolfclub.com .

Orofino Golf & Country Club plays nine holes (2,696 yards, par of 35) four miles south of town west of U.S. Highway 12: orofinogolf.com .

With the Lewis/Clark Valley area, several courses are available.

Lewiston Golf and Country Club has 18 holes (6,728 yards, par 72) and is open to the public: golflgcc.com. Just down the road, Bryden Canyon Golf Course’s 18 holes (6,359 yards, par 71) are open to the public year-round: brydencanyongolf.com. Quail Ridge Golf Course plays 18 holes (6,072, par 71) south of Clarkston on the Washington side of the Snake River: golfquailridge.com .

Ready to travel? Check out The Tire Guy for your vehicle needs, as well as for roadside tire assistance. We’re here to help get you places: 208-816-8040 (ask for Rick) or 208-962-3241 (shop), 502 Main Street in Cottonwood.

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