The Beauty of Green

 A passion for stewardship & green courses Environmental stewardship is very important to Tetherow Golf Club.  Since the construction of the golf course to present day, an emphasis on environmental stewardship is at the forefront of our maintenance practices.  It started with the certification process through Audubon International as a Signature Sanctuary and it continues today on a daily basis. Many of the factors that led to the certification were implemented during the construction phase of the golf course and we continue to use them currently.  Thinking ahead and moving forward in an environmentally conscious direction will ultimately allow us to leave the property that we call Tetherow in better shape than before day one of construction. The certification process… Read More

Vicki from Idaho Falls, ID wins a foursome of golf

Vicki Davis from Idaho Falls, ID signed up online at and her name was chosen the JUNE WINNER FOR A FOURSOME OF GOLF.   A little bit about Vicki, in her own words: “I didn’t start playing golf until I married my husband, Martin, in 1991.  He has been my old teacher – and the best!  I have belonged to the Ladies Golf League on two private courses where we lived in Wichita, Kansas.  After my husband sold his business and retired, we moved to Prescott, Arizona.  The ladies league there was super nice and I enjoyed the camaraderie very much.  We moved to Idaho Falls about 5 years ago so my husband could fly fish more.  Here we… Read More

Clayton Moe: Living His Dream, Fully Awake

Q & A with Tetherow’s First Assistant Golf Pro  by Kelsi Shelton, Membership  Clayton Moe has been a loyal employee since Tetherow’s first full 2009 season. Having a Golf Pro for a dad, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. As soon as he could walk, a club was in his hand, and his earliest memories involve hitting balls on the driving range “because that’s what Dad did”. Ultimately, Clayton’s objective is to be a Head Golf Professional at a high-end club. He is well on his way, considering his longstanding reputation at Tetherow and his work at the Vintage Club in Palm Springs (during the offseason here). This, combined with a business management degree, PGA studies and experience… Read More

Tetherow Completes Restoration Project

Chris Condon, Coulee Prince and the golf course maintenance crew at Tetherow recently completed a 2-year ongoing restoration project on Pine Mountain (part of the Bend Ft. Rock Ranger District of the Deschutes National Forest.) As a team, they planted approximately 300 trees and shrubs on April 25 & 26 to provide food and cover for the mountain’s wildlife. Due to a reduction in hiding cover for mule deer, the goal was to enhance and increase browsing on winter range by planting mountain mahogany.  This tree/shrub is a superb source of nutritional value for deer, and is also utilized by many other wildlife species, including sage thrasher and Virginia’s warbler, which are highly tied to this habitat. According to the US Forest… Read More