Tetherow Golf Club recognized for environmental course work

Updated: March 1, 2011

Tetherow Golf Club was recently recognized for environmental stewardship by the Golf Course Superintendent’s Association of America (GCSAA) and Golf Digest’s Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards program. This award recognizes superintendents and facilities for overall course management excellence in the areas of resource conservation, water quality management, integrated pest management, wildlife/habitat management and education/outreach.

An independent panel of judges representing national environmental groups, turfgrass experts, university research and members of the golf community conducted the award selection naming Tetherow as the Oregon Chapter winner in the Resort category. National winners, as well as the fifteen chapter winners, were honored at the Golf Industry Show last month in Orlando.

“It is truly an honor to represent Tetherow Golf Course and the Oregon Golf Course Superintendents Association in receiving this award. Our team looks forward to continuing our environmental efforts each and every day and we certainly take pride in this national recognition,” stated Tetherow superintendent Chris Condon.