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USGA Announces “Open for All” US Open Fan Experience

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 →

‘America’s St. Andrews’ Book to be Featured in Washington State Fair Exhibit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                             September 3, 2014   Contact: Tom Cade, Publisher Phone: 206-890-5339 | Email: Promo Video – view here Author Interview – view here     Seattle, Wash. – Pierce County has created a new exhibit to be showcased at the Washington State… 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 →

Chambers Bay Review, an Emerald on the Sound

Chambers Bay Date Played August 15th, 2013 How the hell do I do a Chambers Bay review? I’m not really sure to write that hasn’t been written already, but I guess I’ll give it a shot.  The 2015 US Open… Continue Reading →

The Best and Worst Washington Golf Holes

In case you haven’t noticed by now if you’re a frequent visitor, I’m somewhat of a design geek. From the history of golf architecture to the turf management knowledge that compliments the best courses, I’m fascinated by the whole process… Continue Reading →

The Five Spot: Golf Course Value

When I started Golf by Bryan, I felt compelled to offer my opinion, as unwanted and useless as it might be to most people, about golf in the Pacific Northwest.  If I can open somebody up to a course they’ve… Continue Reading →

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