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Worst Round Ever!

01-31-15

Worst Round Ever!

He has played in excess of 1,000 rounds of tournament golf since turning professional, 317 starts on the PGA Tour to be exact - And in the 2nd round of...

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Painted With An Ugly Brush

01-31-15

Painted With An Ugly Brush

Patrick Reed is supremely confident in his game and a fiery competitor to say the least - However in an upcoming book about PGA Tour players by Shane Ryan, Reed...

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"Incomprehensible"

01-31-15

"Incomprehensible"

Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Brandel Chamblee, Notah Begay and Arron Oberholser have a spirited discussion as Tiger Woods completes his highest scoring round of his professional career...

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Golf news & highlights from around the globe for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015
Varner III leads at halftime - Rd. 2 highlights from the Panama Claro Championship
Tiger & Phil both go bye-bye - Laird leads - Rd. 2 highlights from Phoenix
Ho Ho Ko - Lydia merry as she grabs lead - Rd. 3 highlights from Florida
McIlRoy extends lead to 4 in Dubai - Rd. 3 highlights from the Desert Classic
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Should Have Taken A Cart!

01-30-15

Should Have Taken A Cart!

Sixty-nine year old William Wingate was arrested in July 2014 for the “crime” of walking with a golf club in downtown Seattle. While openly carrying a firearm apparently is legal...

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DCP Qualifying Schedule

01-29-15

DCP Qualifying Schedule

The Masters Tournament, United States Golf Association (USGA) and the PGA of America officially opened the 2016 Drive, Chip and Putt Championship by announcing the qualifying schedule for young golfers...

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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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Anderson Nabs 1st Career Title

michael anderson 150aGOODYEAR, Ariz. - Washington State sophomore Michael Anderson won his first-career individual title at the fourth annual Snowman Getaway after shooting a 73 (+1) in Tuesday's final round. The Cougar men's team finished second in the tournament behind 26-ranked Missouri

Anderson tied with Missouri's Jace Long who is ranked 18th in the nation individually. The co-champions finished 7-under par (209). Anderson tied the tournament record for lowest 18-hole score in the second round Monday with a 65 - Complete Results

 

 

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)

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