Farmland was turned into fairways in a test of willpower and determination that spanned several years. That determination finally became TimberStone Golf Club, the first public course in Idaho to offer GolfBoarding.
Billed as a proud landmark of the Treasure Valley, the Idaho Statesman recently published a piece by Chris Langrill extolling the virtues of GolfBoarding at TimberStone. Kelly Christensen, Head Golf Professional and Co-Owner of the facility, focused in on the fun-factor for his customers. "People come off the course and just rave about them," he said. "It's just such a unique way to play."
Scott Syms, Idaho Territory Manager for GolfBoard, and 25-year PGA Member reminds people "...when golf carts were introduced into the golf industry the attitude was: ‘That’s not golf. Golf is walking.' " Syms predicts GolfBoards will go mainstream in the very near future.
Langrill's excellent article can be found HERE.