National Golf News

Saturday December 6, 2014

Luke Donald leads after 3 in South Africa - Highlights from the Nedbank
With the 2016 anchor ban on putting looming, new gear is being tested by the pros
Tiger was 7-shots better in round two - See post round interview
With its 120 year anniversary approaching, the USGA takes a look back
It's the Jordan show so far in Florida - Round 2 highlights for Tiger's tournament
Dan Patrick tells David Feherty about an awkward interview with O.J. Simpson

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Elk Run Closes its Doors

11-08-14

Elk Run Closes its Doors

The Elk Run golf course and restaurant permanently closed its doors on October 19th - Earlier this year, King County bought out the golf courses's lease on part of the...

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Tracy Elected WSGA President

11-08-14

Tracy Elected WSGA President

At the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA), Barbara Tracy of Redmond, Wash. was elected president while two of the Association's key volunteers, Jim Marcacci and...

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WSGA Players of the Year

11-04-14

WSGA Players of the Year

The Washington State Golf Association announced the 2014 Player of the Year recipients. The winners include Men's Player of the Year, Carl Jonson of Bainbridge Island, Wash.; Women's, Jordan Ferreira...

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Amateurs Play Well in Oregon

11-02-14

Amateurs Play Well in Oregon

The 66th edition of the Hudson Cup Matches concluded Tualatin CC in Tualatin, OR. The professional and amateur team tied at 10 points each in the 66th Hudson Cup Matches...

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Feenstra Tops in W. Washington

10-19-14

Feenstra Tops in W. Washington

No doubt benefitting from home course advantage, Broadmoor Golf Club professional Tim Feenstra fired rounds of 62-70 over the Broadmoor track to win the 2014 Western Washington PGA Chapter...

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Grove is Chapter Champion

10-17-14

Grove is Chapter Champion

Russell Grove, PGA Professional from Avondale golf course in Hayden Lake, Idaho, carded rounds of 68-70 to win the Inland Empire Chapter PGA Championship - The tournament was held over...

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#1 Husky Women Win Again

10-17-14

#1 Husky Women Win Again

No. 1 Washington made it two-straight dominant performances to open their season, claiming the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invite at the Tacoma Golf & Country Club by 34 strokes...

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UW Hires New Assistant

10-11-14

UW Hires New Assistant

Washington head coach Matt Thurmond announced the hiring of new assistant coach Michael Wilson on Friday, ending an extensive nationwide search. Wilson was a former standout player at California who...

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Kasch Wins Chapter Championship

10-09-14

Kasch Wins Chapter Championship

Pendleton, OR. - PGA teaching professional Mike Kasch (Pasco Golfland) fired twin 67's over two days on the Wildhorse Casino Resort course in Pendletion - After all was said and...

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Golf news & highlights for Friday Dec. 5, 2014

Huskies Share Title

uofw 150aUSC and Washington shared the title Feb. 20 at The Prestige at PGA West's Norman Course in La Quinta, Calif. The Pac-12 rivals finished at 1-under 851, five shots clear of UCLA and Texas Tech.

USC, No. 8 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, shot 6-under 278, the final round's only sub-par score, to catch No. 3 Washington, which shot 286 Wednesday. This was the second consecutive first-place finish for Washington, which tied UCLA at the Amer Ari Invitational before losing in a playoff. USC finished third in all three of its fall stroke-play starts before a fourth-place showing at the Amer Ari.

UCLA's Pedro Figueiredo won the individual title, shooting 8-under 205 (71-67-67) to finish five shots ahead of the field. USC's Anthony Paolucci, Oklahoma State's Jordan Niebrugge and Washington's Chris Williams finished second. The victory was the second of Figueiredo's career.