Q&A with Bernhard Langer Before Boeing Classic

August 2, 2017 0

Bernhard Langer, the defending champion, is 59 and seemingly playing as well as ever. The German, known throughout his career for his attention to detail and methodical precision, will likely start the tournament a hot […]

Those Lucky Spokanites

June 7, 2017 0

By Tony Dear Any way you slice it, Spokane golfers are a fortunate lot. Yes, they may have to wait until the end of March or even middle of April before the quartet of city-owned […]

A Trail of Countless Delights

May 3, 2017 0

Vancouver Island Golf Trail has something for everyone By Hal Quinn It is one of the most dramatic, and beautiful, viewpoints in golf. From a mountain ledge the panorama encompasses the sparkling deep blue of […]

Put it All on Green

April 5, 2017 0

By Tony Dear Golfers are aware that Tribal-owned casino courses are among the best in the country. And we have a few beauties in our neck of the woods. It’s been a while since ‘Golf […]

The King in Our Own Backyard

November 2, 2016 0

By Tony Dear Arnold Palmer’s footprints can be seen in a handful of special places in the Northwest and British Columbia. After a number of interviews with folk who worked alongside Arnold Palmer at the […]

Play and Stay at Gamble Sands

October 10, 2016 0

New accommodations at the Inn at Gamble Sands mean visitors can stay for more than one round. By Tony Dear Peter Wengert, a Microsoft employee from Seattle, just spent three days at Gamble Sands GC […]

Bellingham’s Best Golf Holes

September 5, 2016 0

By Tony Dear Eighteen (actually 28) of our favorite holes in the place they call ‘The City of Subdued Excitement’…and Blaine too. 1st Shuksan GC: 303–392 yards The parking lot and clubhouse at Shuksan sit […]

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