Not all of us put our sticks away for the winter — if you’re one of those hardy golfers who tee it up year round, here are 18 Western Washington courses where you should find conditions drier than the rest.
Looking for CG staff on a winter’s day (or night)? Start your search by the full-size simulators at Lynnwood’s Clubhouse Golf Center.
Seven tournaments, six months, and over $100,000 in prizes from the day it began, the 2015 Cascade Golfer Cup season came to an end with the season-ending awards party at the Dub Pub in Kirkland. Who took home the hardware?
Our second-annual, summer-long match play tournament saw eight finalists converge on Salish Cliffs for the final three rounds of play in September. Only one left with a grand-prize Vegas golf package.
Cascade Golfer does its best to pay tribute to one of our favorite people in the local golf business.
Two years removed from his last PGA TOUR win, and seven years since his last major championship, we still can’t take our eyes off of Tiger Woods
If the PGA Championship is going to top the year’s first three majors, we’re in for a heck of a weekend.
Our 2015 rankings feature one bold newcomer, one intriguing upset, and a smorgasbord of mind-blowing golf.
There’s no better way to end the summer than with a two- or three-day golf getaway to one of our state’s top destinations. Here are some more top-10 lists of our favorite courses in various regions around the state:
1. Semiahmoo (Blaine)
2. Avalon (Burlington)
3. Eaglemont (Mt. Vernon)
4. Loomis Trail (Blaine)
Looking to stretch that dollar as far as you can? Here are the top-ranked courses at each price point. Use the “CG Values” stamp to find the ones we consider the best bang for your buck:
Indian Canyon (Spokane), $32
Downriver (Spokane), $32
Liberty Lake (Spokane), $32
West Seattle G.C. (West [...]