Your dream is closer than you think at Tetherow!

2017 seemed like the distant future to Bend’s Tim Williams and his family. When they planned out their future, it looked like 2017 was the year they could fulfill their desire of living in Tetherow, a growing community on Bend’s Westside. Patiently waiting, they spent three seasons as guests of the Tetherow Golf Club, enjoying the Scottish links style golf, outstanding dining and a variety of social and family events. As the young family grew, so did their eagerness to live in such a convenient, growing area. In 2011, the Williams family learned about Tetherow’s Jr. Executive Membership, which is available to those under 46 and includes a family membership to the Athletic Club of Bend for just $390 a… Read More

The Cushings Celebrate their 25th Anniversary!

Each year, Tetherow members John and Judy Cushing celebrate their December 31st wedding anniversary by wearing their original wedding garb from 1986. This year, they graced Tetherow’s presence on New Years Eve, ringing in the New Year and ringing in their 25thwedding anniversary. For some belated Valentines Day inspiration, I asked them to share what makes their marriage work, how they fell in love, and what keeps them going strong as a married couple.  Q)      Tell us a bit about your tradition of wearing your wedding clothes every year for your anniversary on New Years Eve. A) Wearing our wedding clothes every New Years Eve helps us remember that night.  Our favorite part is that they still fit well enough that… Read More

Member’s in the News: Chris and Jeremy Cox of 10 Barrel!

10 Barrel has quickly become a beloved Bend trademark, and Tetherow is delighted to be the golf club home of its business partners, Chris and Jeremy Cox. The brothers were recently featured in Cascade Business News to share about their revolutionary business practices. The thing that differentiates 10 Barrel and makes them so innovative stems from their motto, “cross the river and burn the boats”, which they explained is drawn from the George Washington story of “going to war and after crossing the river ordering the boats to be burned so there would be no option for retreat” (Cascade Business News, November 16, 2011, p. 13). Since 10 Barrel opened in 2006 as a small brewery, it has grown into… Read More

Boutique Tetherow—A cozy, local way to shop for the holidays

 December 8th, Tetherow Golf Club provided space for artisans to display an array of creative, handmade gifts—a perfect way to make holiday shopping in Bend fun, convenient and meaningful. Among the treasures were Tetherow member Nancy Brunkal’s handmade, vibrant platters and plates, fun, creative jewelry by Rachel Dean with Navone Jewelry and vintage pillows by CJS. All local, Central Oregon artists.   As soon as you walked in Tetherow’s clubhouse, you were greeted with an array of delicious, artisan teas by Metolius Tea, and F&B Manager Kevin Gilman was there to showcase his selection of wines that he had in mind to go perfectly with a holiday roast or ham dinner. It was a cozy, festive atmosphere; complete with delicious… Read More

Q & A With Tetherow’s Event Planner: Secrets to a Perfect Party!

With the holiday season quickly approaching, now is the hot time to be booking your holiday party or corporate event at the “Best Golf Course” in Bend, Oregon. Spend time laughing, eating, dancing and building memories with your family, friends and co-workers at a breath taking location. Golf in Central Oregon is a hot commodity—and so is finding the perfect spot for your event. Tetherow’s distinctive staff, location and personality make all the difference. Our holiday parties are produced by the finest event staff in Bend. We have a variety of rooms and configurations available. Live music is included on certain dates and special deals are also available! Weddings and holiday parties in Bend, Oregon have never been the same… Read More

Tetherow’s Members Shine

Did you make it to Cat Call Production’s  “Chicago” in September? If so, you saw one of our very own members, Erin Felder, dancing her heart out as the Hungarian character, Hunyak. Felder started ballet when she was in the 2nd grade. Her part in Chicago was actually the first time she has danced since high school. Erin’s motivation to audition is inspiring. “I try to do something that scares me every year. Last year I tried out for ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ but did not get cast. The audition process was more anxiety producing than I had anticipated.” Yet Felder is not one to be defeated. When she heard that this year’s production was “Chicago”, one of her favorite… Read More