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Golf Course Etiquette

Welcome all golfers to the 2017 Golf Season and to Tri Mountain Golf Course. We are all excited for spring and some sunshine, especially after a very long fall and winter season we all just experienced. Here are a few Tri Mountain Golf Course etiquette reminders:   Read More

Washington Winter Golf

Our Winters may see a golf course closed for a day here and a day there, but not seven days in a row. The past four months have been tough on golfers in our area, October was very wet, followed by more rain in late November leading into cold and snow in December and January. Tri Mountain still Read More

Santa's List

Golfers, do you have your list written and mailed to the North Pole. We are in crunch time with one month to go before the big day, and plenty of new golf items already available to hit Santa's sleigh. Maybe it's the new Titleist 917 D2 Driver, or the new Cleveland RTX 3 Wedge. Maybe it's taking Read More

Fall Rates are here!

Come out to the course for some fall golf. See new rates and hours here: http://www.trimountaingolf.com/golf#rates Read More

Let's Start Walking

Cart Path Only – one of the most difficult decisions superintendents have to make. No golfer is happy with this restriction but this decision on cart traffic are always made with the best long-term interest of the turf, golf facility and ultimately, the golfer, in mind. The following is a brief Read More

Aerification is Necessary

It might annoy golfers for a few days, but without aerification, putting surfaces die. This is a highly beneficial golf course practice. Three objectives,1) It relieves soil compaction, 2) It provides a method to improve the soil mixture around the highest part of a green's roots,3) It reduces Read More

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