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Reliving the Pandemonium

01-28-15

Reliving the Pandemonium

He had only just turned 21, had only nine starts on the PGA Tour but had won 3-times - In 1997 Tiger Woods was skinny kid with an uncanny knack...

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Only A Win Will Do

01-28-15

Only A Win Will Do

Returning to the event which produced his first European Tour victory, the current World #1 Rory McIlroy claims anything short of a win this week in Dubai would be a...

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Allenby Speaks in Phoenix

01-28-15

Allenby Speaks in Phoenix

Sounding much like a political figure in trouble, Robert Allenby claims a memory loss for holes in his kidnapping and robbery story while in Hawaii - Too bad as the...

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Golf news & highlights from around the globe for Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015
Preview of the biggest party in golf - The Waste Management Phoenix open
See Tiger's news conference as he discusses his game and a tooth gone missing

 

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PNW Section Honored

01-21-15

PNW Section Honored

The Pacific Northwest PGA Section is proud to announce that they are being honored as one of eight regional PGA Junior League Golf Captains and PGA Sections of the Year...

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Remembering Dick White

01-16-15

Remembering Dick White

The northwest golf community recently lost one its own - Dick White, one of 3-founders of the B.C. Golf Museum, past president of the British Columbia Golf Association and lover...

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Home Course Hires New Pro

01-13-15

Home Course Hires New Pro

PGA Professional Dan Harrington of Des Moines, Wash. has been named the new head golf professional at The Home Course, located in DuPont, Wash. He began his new position on...

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UW Golfers to LPGA

01-12-15

UW Golfers to LPGA

The University of Washington, fast becoming a hotbed for collegiate golf talent, will be losing two of its stars from the 2014 husky women's golf team - SooBin Kim recently...

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Two Inducted into NW Hall

01-11-15

Two Inducted into NW Hall

Pat Huffer, PGA Head Professional at Crooked River Ranch and Steve Prugh, PGA Head Professional at Manito G&CC have been honored as the 51st and 52nd members of the Pacific...

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Coston Earns Card

12-24-14

Coston Earns Card

After years of serving as director of golf instruction at Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, WA., local professional Jeff Coston will be playing full time with the big boys in 2015...

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2014 PNGA Players of the Year

12-24-14

2014 PNGA Players of the Year

The Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) has announced the Players of the Year for the 2014 championship season. The remarkable collection of recipients includes Adam Svensson of Surrey, B.C. in...

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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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Cougs 7th in Hawaii

wsu 150aKAHUKU, Hawaii - Washington State senior Hank Frame was tied for ninth place at the conclusion of Friday's final round of the John A. Burns Intercollegiate. Frame carded an overall score of 5-over through the tournament's three rounds. The Cougar men placed seventh in the 16-team field, climbing two spots on the leaderboard in the last round.

Frame had marks of 74, 73, and 74 in the three respective rounds of the tournament in Hawaii. This marks the fifth top-10 finish for the Cougar senior in the six tournaments this year.

"That was another great job by Hank Frame," Cougar Head Coach Garrett Clegg said. "He had another top 10 finish in another great field, and is doing a really good job of being a senior leader on the team."

The WSU men's team shot 14-over par collectively in the final round of 18 holes. That brought their tournament score to 903 (+39). California comfortably maintained its lead and concluded the tournament as the only team under par (-14). New Mexico was runner-up at 13-over. The tournament was championed individually by Joel Stalter of California.

"Overall the tournament was kind of mediocre," Clegg said. "We had a really bad first day, a solid second day and today was not that great overall. We are learning a lot as a team and we are still learning how to compete with the best teams. We have a ways to go, and we know it. Overall it was okay."

Redshirt sophomore Alex Wagner was the next best finisher for the Cougars behind teammate Frame. Wagner tied for 37th place overall with a final tournament score of 12-over - Complete Results

 

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