Winter Event Schedule

Winter Event Schedule

December 3rd – Tanner Valleys Christmas Party!!!

5pm – Free appetizers spread and live music by Tiger and Crew starting at 8pm

December 10th – Live Music by What About Bob – The Band!!!!

December 16th – Live Music by Off the Reservation starting at 8pm

December 31st – New Years Eve Party!!! DJ and Drink Specials

January 7th – Live Music, Band To be announced soon.

January 14th – Vintage Snowmobile Show and Chicken BBQ

Bad Water Band from 9pm-1am

January 21st – Chili Cook Off!!!

Prize for best chili, All Entries here by 6pm, DJ and Karaoke starts at 7pm

January 28th – Live Music by Small Town Shade starting at 9pm

February 3rd – Live Music by Country Swagg!!! Starting at 9pm

February 11th – Live Music by TJ Sacco!! Starting at 9pm

February 14th – Anti Valentines Day Party! Drink and App Specials, Free jukebox!!

February 18th – 2nd Annual 80’s Party! 8-Close, Free Jukebox

February 25th – Live Music by the Barn Dogs!! Starting at 9pm

March 4th – Live Music by Str8-on starting at 9pm!!!

March 11th – Live Music by Savannah Harmon 9pm-1am

March 17th – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration!  Live Music by Rhythm Method starting at 8pm!

March 25th – Live Music by What About Bob – The Band!!!!

Christmas Party – December 3rd


Tanner Valley’s Christmas party is this Saturday December 3rd starting at 5pm!

Come enjoy Free appetizers as well as live music by

Tiger, accompanied by Dave Wolever and Eric Wilson from 8-11pm!


Fall Golf Special



Come take advantage of this beautiful weather and our Fall Weekday Golf special

$18 for 18 holes with a cart!!!!

Monday’s-Friday’s only

Also, special weekday pricing on cart rentals for our Members!


We are Open for Golf

Just want to let Everyone know that we are open for golf, walking and with carts! The range is still not open yet, but if weather permits we’ll be able to open it towards the end of this next week.

New Years Eve Party at Tanner Valley!


Hi Everyone! We wanted to let everyone know more about our New Years Eve Party!

The Delta Mike Shaw Band (Featuring Rick Jewett from the Lonesome Crow Band) will be playing 9pm – 1am.

We will be providing Snacks and Giveaways as well as a toast at Midnight!

Interested in Dinner on New Years Eve? We have a special New Years Eve Menu just for this occasion!

Fried, Broiled, or Butter crumb Haddock $12.25
– Served with soup or salad and one side
Slow Roasted Prime Rib Queen: $15 King: $19
– Served with soup or salad and one side
New York Strip Steak 8 ounce: $12 12 ounce: $19
Surf and Turf $35
– Queen Prime Rib or 8 ounce NY Strip with a 5 ounce Broiled Lobster Tail
– Served with soup or salad and one side
Twin 5 ounce Broiled Lobster Tails $25
– Served with soup or salad and one side
Seafood Newburg served over Risotto $16
– With a choice of soup or salad
Pan Seared Yellow Fin Tuna $16
– Served on a bed of Risotto with a Toasted Sesame Glaze
– With a choice of soup or salad

Shrimp Cocktail $9 Snack Platter $8
Fresh Fruit and Cheese Platter $8 Mozzarella Sticks $6
Deep Fried Pickles $5 Jalapeno Poppers $6

Soups: Cup: $3.50 Bowl: $5
Seafood Bisque or French Onion

Baked Potato, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Fresh Sautéed Vegetables, French Fries, Onion Rings, Macaroni Salad, or Coleslaw

Home Made Cheesecake $5.50
-Plain, cherry or blueberry
Warm Apple Crisp $4
Chocolate Pie $4

Rhythm Method Band

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Thanksgiving and Black Friday

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Tanner Valley is Open for Golf Thanksgiving and Black Friday!

Thanksgiving hours will be until Dark, the Bar/Restaurant will not be open for Dinner Thanksgiving evening.

Black Friday the course will be open all day with Normal Bar/Restaurant hours.

Black Friday Specials!!!! Buy one get one free Golf and Cart rentals, One person pays, the other plays for free!

Bucket of Beer and other food specials in the Bar/Restaurant!

25% off all Pro-Shop merchandise!!!

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Phil Mickelson penalized for using different type of golf ball on 7th hole

Wow the rules of golf are different in South Korea, Phill makes a grave mistake but man did it ever fire him up after the debacle…read it here:

NCHEON, South Korea — The International team wound up winning two holes in one at the Presidents Cup on Friday when Phil Mickelson didn’t know the rules.

Mickelson was not aware of the one-ball condition for his four-ball match, switching to a different model to give him a better chance of reaching the par-5 seventh green. The rules committee made a mistake of its own to compound the error in a bizarre sequence of events

The result? Jason Day and Adam Scott went from all square to 2 up in just one hole.

Mickelson’s mistake wound up costing the Americans a half-point when the match ended in a draw.

“It’s a strange situation,” said Mark Russell, the vice president of rules and competition for the PGA Tour.

With three wins and a half-point during Friday’s four-ball matches, the International team cut the American lead to 5½-4½ going into a double session of eight matches on Saturday.

The one-ball condition means that players cannot switch golf ball models during the round. The penalty is known as a one-hole adjustment. So when Mickelson realized he was playing with a different ball, the International team was to be awarded one hole.

“The PGA of America doesn’t have a one-ball rule,” Mickelson told reporters at the Presidents Cup, referring to the organization that runs the PGA Championship and Ryder Cup when it is played in the United States. “You can play 18 different balls, brands, whatever, on 18 different holes during the PGA Championship and the Ryder Cup. So this threw me for a loop that we have a one-ball that we’ve never really had and I didn’t think much about it.

“But it’s my responsibility to know that. I should have at least asked about it before I teed off. It just had never been a thought for me as a player, but that’s your job to know that.”

Mickelson’s mistake was then compounded.

Then, match referee Gary Young consulted with the rules committee, and Russell said he told him that Mickelson was disqualified from the hole. Russell said he checked with other officials on the committee and they concurred. Only later did they realize Mickelson should have been allowed to complete the hole.

Day won it with a birdie to go 1 up over Mickelson and Zach Johnson, and it became 2 up because of the one-hole adjustment.

Mickelson didn’t think anything of the rule when he put a different ball in play, mainly because there is no one-ball rule at the PGA Championship or the Ryder Cup when it is held in America. Only when he was walking down the seventh fairway and saw U.S. captain Jay Haas did he think to ask.

“I was talking with Jay and I just thought, ‘Gosh, I’m going to ask. I’m sure it’s not an issue,’ ” Mickelson said. “And it turns out that there was a one-ball rule and it was an issue. As a player, you need to know that. You need to know the rules, and if you have a question, you do it beforehand.”

“The weird thing was I’ve never heard of a match adjustment penalty,” he said. “I just thought, ‘OK, if I hit the wrong ball, no big deal. Zach will cover me on this hole.’ But obviously, that’s not what happened.”

Russell said once a shot had been played, the committee could not go back and have Mickelson finish the hole because “allowing a correction could potentially undermine the strategy” already in play by both teams.

“It’s just unfortunate that he was told he had to pick up the ball,” Haas said. “Had he been able to play out and make a 4 and tie the hole, then it would only have been 1 down instead of 2 down. But that didn’t happen, so nothing you can do about it.”

The mistake by Mickelson was not knowing the rules. The mistake by the rules committee was not letting him finish the hole.

“Phil made a mistake. It’s unfortunate that they didn’t immediately say that he could have played out the hole,” Haas said. “But that happens. Phil made a huge mental error, and then they compounded it a little bit. But if he hadn’t been speeding, he wouldn’t have gotten a ticket. So I don’t have a problem with it.”

The International team also picked up wins from Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace and from Thongchai Jaidee and Charl Schwartzel.


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McIlroy says apology saved him $20,000 in fines

Wow, this was funny when I saw it!  But not $200k funny!  Does this happen at Tanner?

Can you put a price on an apology? Yes, apparently.

Rory McIlroy told the Press Association that the PGA Tour reduced his fine by $20,000 for throwing a club into a lake earlier this year at Doral, thanks to a timely mea culpa.

“The fine was reduced from $25,000 to $5,000 because I said I was sorry on the TV interview afterwards,” McIlroy was quoted as saying.

The incident took place during the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship. After hitting his second shot into a lake at the par-5 eighth hole on the Blue Monster, McIlroy flung his 3-iron into the same offending hazard.

Check out the video below:

McIlroy’s iron was returned the next day, as course owner Donald Trump had a diver retrieve it.

In another interview with the Telegraph’s James Corrigan, McIlroy revealed that he considered leaving the European Tour earlier this year.

Using an analytics app from Santander, one of his sponsors, McIlroy said studying his travel statistics was eye-opening.

“The travel – wow! I’m in an airplane for more than a fortnight a year; have been in 118 different airports in 12 months. I’ve spent 287 nights in a hotel. What does that leave? Less than 80 nights in my own bed, whether it’s the one in Northern Ireland or Florida. I guess at the minute, I don’t really have a home,” he said.

McIlroy needs to keep his European Tour membership in order to be eligible for next year’s Ryder Cup. Doing so requires that he compete in 13 European Tour-sanctioned events. Though, players like Paul Casey have lobbied for a reduction to 11.

McIlroy said that he is likely in a position to change membership rules, but “I don’t want to put the European Tour in that sort of position, because I owe a great deal to them. They gave me playing opportunities at the start of my career and I wouldn’t be where I am without them.”

Source: Golf Channel

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Phil Mickelson Called Suzann Pettersen After Solheim Cup

If you missed what happened to Suzann Pettersen at the Solheim Cup matches, read on…..It could and probably has happened to many of us in a golf match!Tanner Valley

Among those who reached out to Suzann Pettersen after the Solheim Cup controversy was someone who knows international drama all too well, U.S. fan favorite Phil Mickelson.

And, according to Pettersen, it was a lengthy conversation.

In an interview on Golf Channel’s “Golf Central” Wednesday night, Pettersen reflected on the incident that ruled the aftermath of the Solheim Cup, when U.S. player Alison Lee thought a putt on the 17th green was conceded only to have Pettersen argue it wasn’t. Pettersen and Charley Hull won the fourball match 2 up, but the U.S. won the cup 14 1/2 to 13 1/2.

During the interview, Pettersen said Mickelson called her Sunday night — not long after the matches concluded — and they talked for “hours.” They both work with Butch Harmon.

“One of the first players to reach out to me was Phil on Sunday night,” Pettersen said. “I don’t know how I can thank him enough for the words and the hours on the phone, the conversations we had for the good and bad. This went both ways. He wasn’t just trying to pat me on the shoulder, ‘like this will be fine.’ He asked me some critical questions, and I had to answer them. We all kind of ended on a good note.”