Monday, September 16, 2019
Iron Throne, Giant Cheese Grater Pop Up on Ketchum’s Putt Putt Course
 
 
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
 

Veronica Broderick shot a hole in one in the shadow of the Iron Throne.

Nick Miller included a peanut gallery and a giant cheese grater in the Argyros Performing Arts Center’s first ever putt putt hole.

And Alan and Ally Barnhardt and Hayley Walsh and Spence Van Guilder found themselves “very cool indeed” as they spent as much time posing for pictures in their Cool Runnings bobsled as they did putting.

The Ketchum Wide Open attracted 90 fun loving teams decked out in everything from square dancing skirts to dirndls this past weekend.

Eye on Sun Valley’s Karen Bossick was there to check out some of the shenanigans. Take a peek!

 




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