Yesterday, the United States Golf Association sent out a press release detailing the changes to the USGA Handicap system for 2016. It’s a mish mosh of understandable updates regarding the anchored stroke rule and if you can when you have reasonably… Continue Reading →
This is the scene at the 17th as the last groups make the turn.
The Sahalee Players Championship is one of the more elite non-USGA amateur events in the country. With a list of past winners awash in PGA TOUR regulars, the event always delivers great golf at a great setting. This year’s event is no exception,… Continue Reading →
Just over a week after advancing from the Dupont U.S. Open Local Qualifier, Darren Black won the Washington Open and a first place prize of $6,000 at Kent’s Meridian Valley Country Club Wednesday. Black, a professional at Rainier Golf and Country… Continue Reading →
The USGA, last week, announced the pairings and start times for the first annual U.S. Womens Fourball Championship, to be held at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, OR. The event, which will be contested on the Pacific Dunes… Continue Reading →
The USGA this morning announced their plans for the “Open for All” US Open fan experience that will lead in to the U.S. Open, to be held June 18-21 at Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, WA. The USGA… Continue Reading →
Being tucked up in the corner of the country, away from most large population centers, the Pacific Northwest is somewhat of a forgotten region. In the world of golf, it’s practically non-existent. So when I hear about quality companies that… Continue Reading →