The blog is on a Pacific Northwest swing. You’ll see this content being presented over the next few weeks, if not longer.
Here’s a sample. This is the par 3 17th at Tetherow, a links course in Bend, Oregon. After being treated to repeated stunning uses of the desert topography, towering trees and snow-capped mountain vistas, you can come to the par 3 17th, which is the most gorgeous use of it all.
Carved out of an old quarry, this hole is simply striking from the tee and one you savor as you tee it up from about 165 yards.
Looking back from the green, you appreciate the array of desert autumnal hues.
What a start to my introduction to golf in central Oregon. You’ll be reading much more about the area and courses in future posts.