News Archive:

What Are Players Saying About Chambers Bay?

With just three weeks to go before U.S. Open week, we take a look at the buzz from PGA TOUR players about Chambers Bay — who has played the course, who hasn’t, and most importantly, what are their thoughts on the site of the 2015 national championship?

Hargrave, Orvella Win Trip to Bandon Dunes in Cascade Golfer Cup

With more than $20,000 in prizes already distributed through two events, the Cascade Golfer Cup heads to McCormick Woods for the year’s first major in June.

Home Teamers Lead The Way in U.S. Open Local Qualifying

UW’s Cheng-Tsung Pan led a slew of Home Teamers — including a former NCAA champion and a 16-year-old amateur — through the first stage of qualifying for the 2015 U.S. Open.

First Tee Gala To Feature Fred Couples, Steve Ballmer … And You

Join Fred Couples, Steve Ballmer and other local celebrities on Saturday of U.S. Open week for an exclusive gala to benefit The First Tee programs.

Premo, Tibbets Win Cascade Golfer Cup Opener at Salish Cliffs

Four seasons of weather did nothing to damper the spirits of Mike Premo, James Tibbetts, Scott Long and Nick Riebli, who won trips to Mesquite at April’s Cascade Golfer Cup Season Opener at Salish Cliffs

USGA Unveils Transportation Plan For U.S. Open

Plus policies on bags, cell phones, cameras and more — it’s all part of Cascade Golfer’s 2015 U.S. Open preview coming in June!

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Oki Sells Echo Falls; Premier Adds Cedarcest, Crossroads

The latest changes in ownership and management at Seattle-area golf courses, and how you’ll be affected.

All-New Helps Golfers Save Some Green

Play all day at Port Ludlow, with a friend, and a cart — any day of the week! — for just $89

Golfweek Picks Washington’s Top-10 Courses — Do You Agree?

Just a few months before Cascade Golfer reveals its 2015 Best in Washington course rankings, Golfweek chimes in with a look at the state’s tracks from a national perspective.

Gamble Sands, Gold Mountain (Olympic) Join Cascade Golfer Cup Field

Region’s biggest amateur tournament series returns with over $100,000 in prizes.