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Dead Aim Putter Review

In the past three decades, there has been some very serious and very innovative technological advancement in wood and iron technology. Acronyms like MOI and COR have become part of the average golfer’s vernacular. Not to mention, there is literally… Continue Reading →

Course Review: Gamble Sands

Date Played: August 2014 If you’ve visited this site, you’ve likely heard me talk about Gamble Sands. The David McLay Kidd designed gem, on a bluff overlooking the Columbia River and the town of Brester, WA, is 2014’s most publicized… Continue Reading →

Gamble Sands is the real deal

I’ll have a full recap of the day and an exhaustive review of the course up soon. In the meantime, enjoy this view from the patio of the restaurant.

Women’s Amateur Public Links Day 3 Live Blog

Women's Amateur Public Links Day 3 Live Blog

Northwest Weekend Roundup: Half-Man, All Amazing and RyMo

PGA TOUR 6 Northwest players teed it up this week at the John Deere Classic in Silvas, IL, and a very respectable 5 of them made the cut. Lead by Puyallup native Ryan Moore‘s T7. Portland’s Ben Crane, Spokane’s Alex… Continue Reading →

Golf by Bryan is Looking for Contributors

Next month marks 2 years since Golf by Bryan went live, and while it’s been incredibly fun, it’s also a very time consuming labor. Yet despite the struggle, my goal for the site remains unchanged. I want this to be… Continue Reading →

Northwest Weekend Roundup: Lee on the Bubble and Web.com Trouble

PGA TOUR The Northwest contingent was light this week at the Quicken Loans National in Bethesda, MD, with only 4 players in the field. It was not a bad showing, however as 3 of the 4 made the cut and… Continue Reading →

Northwest Weekend Roundup: Lee on the Bubble and Web.com Trouble

PGA TOUR The Northwest contingent was light this week at the Quicken Loans National in Bethesda, MD, with only 4 players in the field. It was not a bad showing, however as 3 of the 4 made the cut and… Continue Reading →

Mike Davis and Chambers Bay: The Greatest Love Story of Our Time

USGA Director Mike Davis visited Chambers Bay this week to take a look at the course and the progress that’s been made in advance of the 2015 U.S. Open. The Open, which looms a mere 50 weeks away, is expected… Continue Reading →

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