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Thornton Leads at Salish Cliffs

09-18-2014

Thornton Leads at Salish Cliffs

Brian Thornton, PGA Teaching Professional at Meridian Valley CC (Kent, WA) stormed into the lead at the Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship with a seven under par 65 in today's...

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Koch, Robydek Tied at Salish Cliffs

09-16-2014

Koch, Robydek Tied at Salish Cliffs

Chris Koch of the host club Salish Cliffs (Shelton, WA) and Tony Robydek of Pro Golf Tacoma enjoy a one shot lead over Jeff Coston of Semiahmoo G&CC (Blaine, WA)...

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Ward Wins in Playoff

09-13-2014

Ward Wins in Playoff

Jeff Ward of Bend, Ore. birdied the third playoff hole to win the 30th Pacific Northwest Men's Mid-Amateur Championship, held this week at Running Y Ranch Resort in Klamath Falls,...

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Locals Advance to San Francisco

08-31-2014

Locals Advance to San Francisco

In today's qualifying round for the inaugural U.S. Amateur Four-Ball and U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball championships, the team of Mark Strickland and Christopher Hatch, both of Mukilteo, Wash., took medalist...

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Local Pros Receive National Honors

08-31-2014

Local Pros Receive National Honors

For the first time, two PGA Professionals from the Pacific Northwest Section received PGA National Awards in the same year. Roger Wallace of Polson Bay GC in Polson, MT was...

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Clippers Owner Clips Couples

08-23-2014

Clippers Owner Clips Couples

Photo courtesy Seattle Seahawks A golf shot contest took place at the Seattle Seahawks practice field Thursday, and there was plenty of drama - Each participant hit three shots to a...

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National Golf News & Video

Thursday September 18, 2014

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Cougar senior Hank Frame also performed dominantly with a score just one shy of the co-champions. Frame tied for third place with his three-round score of 6-under (210). He was 2-under in Tuesday's final round, sharing third place with Emilio Cuartero of Missouri. This was Frame's sixth top-10 finish in the seven tournaments the Cougars have competed in this year.

"Hank (Frame) has been an absolute rock for us," Cougar Head Coach Garrett Clegg said. "He has been phenomenal. Michael (Anderson) is a great player and he hasn't quite played as well as he would like. He's from Phoenix and for him to come and win his first tournament in his hometown is really special."

The Washington State University men finished runner-up with a team score to par of 4-under (860). They broke their tie from with Utah Valley from day one of the tournament and surpassed Gonzaga with their performance in the final round Tuesday. WSU and Missouri reversed the tournament standings of 2010, which had WSU as tournament champion and Missouri as runner-up. This marks Missouri's second team title in the four-year existence of the Snowman Getaway (first title was in 2011).

"We played well," Clegg said. "We played poorly in the opening 18. If we had played well in the opening round, we really could have had a chance to beat Missouri. They are a ranked ahead of us and are a better team than us at this time, but we are close. We had a chance to run them down but just didn't quite make it happen."

Washington State's Kyle Hurt, a redshirt junior, also placed in the tournament's top 10, but was competing as an individual in the tournament. Hurt carded scores of 74, 69, and 72 in the three respective rounds of the tournament (-1, 215).

The Cougars look next to the Bandon Dunes Championship in Bandon, Ore. The tournament will be hosted March 8-10 by Gonzaga - (Article courtesy of WSU Men's Golf)

Package Includes Golf at Chambers Bay!

By:  Chris Gregor - September 13, 2014

cg bust 125aThe Port of Bremerton and Visit Kitsap Peninsula are inviting golfers to head to the Kitsap Peninsula to enjoy a weekend of golf at Chambers Bay, host of the 2015 US Open, and two other award-winning golf courses on the Kitsap Peninsula - A special golf package that has been created for the September 19-21 weekend includes rounds of golf at Chambers Bay in Tacoma, Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton and McCormick Woods Golf Course in Port Orchard. The package includes two nights at Baymont Inn & Suites in Bremerton with free breakfast services - The Bremerton National Airport is offering free airport parking and fuel discount for aircraft and a special package is also available to boaters at the Bremerton and Port Orchard Marinas - Pricing, details and other lodging options available at www.VisitKitsap.com/Golf

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