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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

Fall Golf Brings Out The Best

that Washington State Golf has to offer, along with great golf on TV with the PGA Tour and The Ryder Cup. Yep - no clubs are going to be put away yet for this 2016 golf season at Tri Mountain. Next week look for some very special fall & winter rates to hit your email inbox along with on our Read More

Player Responsibility

Golfers we are at the half way point of yet another very busy golf season here at Tri Mountain Golf Course. This month the Golf Course Superintendent and I would like to remind all players visiting Tri Mountain and other golf courses you visit that we all have a responsibility for protecting and Read More

Fairway Traffic

Driving into downtown Portland on the weekends during the summer is similar to weekday rush hour traffic. Summer is here and so are people of on vacation and visiting the local area. The roads are freeways are packed with cars - and on some weekend days the fairways and greens at Tri Mountain are Read More

National Golf Day - 1 Week Away

Next Wednesday May 18th, play golf for $18 at Tri Mountain. This is the 2nd year our facility will take part in a National Event that shows how important the game of golf is to the American Economy. The game of golf gives back in numerous ways including Charity, Environment along with Read More

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