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Come out and play David McLay Kidd's latest masterpiece, Tetherow Golf Club. Created in the Scottish Heathlands style, Tetherow has all the elements of a links golf course with wonderful vistas of the Cascade Mountain Range. For a limited time, you may play Tetherow Golf Club without the required overnight stay. Fescue grasses cover the entire property and blend wonderfully with the native volcanic rock and rolling topography. There is plenty of movement on the greens at Tetherow. They will accept a ball played in the Scottish style, along the ground, or welcome shots from high in the sky. Ball placement is critical to leave yourself with a reasonable attempt to hole putts of any length.

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  1. Oregon Dreamer

    written by R.D. Symms on May 1st, 2010

    In the summer of 1994, 26-year-old Scotsman David McLay Kidd first visited a stretch of gorse-strewn coastline north of Bandon, the future location for a golf course that would become legendary. With little experience and a lot of audacity, Kidd…

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