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Golf by Bryan Does: Los Angeles

THE BLOG LIVES! Well, I’m alive, at least, and I’m back with some new stuff for your eye holes. It’s been a long year for old Bryan. I took a new job in May of 2016 that has taken me… Continue Reading →

USGA Handicap Changes Confirm That They Hate You

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 →

Sahalee Players Championship Field is Nearly Complete

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 →

Darren Black Wins 89th Washington Open

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 →

Pairings and Start Times Set for Inaugural Womens Fourball

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 →

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 →

Seattle Golf and Travel Show Starts Tomorrow

Photo via twitter.com Just a reminder that the Seattle Golf and Travel Show starts tomorrow at the Century Link Events Center. Tickets are $14 for adults and kids 17 and under get in free. The doors open at Noon on Friday and at 10am Saturday and Sunday. Each paid admission includes a free round of golf at one of 5 area courses (Desert Aire, Whispering Firs, Eagles Pride, Gallery Golf Course or Swinomish) and there will be over 100 exhibitors including the subject of our recent profile, Ace of Clubs Golf. Yours truly will be there Friday from Noon until about 3 or 4. Come on out and find me.

Photo via twitter.com Just a reminder that the Seattle Golf and Travel Show starts tomorrow at the Century Link Events Center. Tickets are $14 for adults and kids 17 and under get in free. The doors open at Noon on Friday… Continue Reading →

Northwest Profile: Ace of Clubs Golf Company

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 →

Eugene Country Club Awarded 2016 NCAA Golf Championships

It’s going to be a busy year for Eugene Country Club. The historic and very private club, which was routed by H. Chandler Egan and later actually built by Robert Trent Jones, is a staple of Top-100 lists and is no stranger to hosting… Continue Reading →

Product Review: Lightning Golf HL3 Smack Daddy Ball

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of the boutique golf industry. Big R&D budgets are great when you’re making a product to appeal to the masses, but they’re not so good when you’re aiming to fill a niche…. Continue Reading →

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