Blog 351, 9/12/16 - Bellingham Amateur winner and Western Washington Junior Willy Scholten Ready for New Season

On Monday, one week after winning the Bellingham Amateur at Lake Padden, WWU junior and Business Management student Willy Scholten heads into the 2016-2017 college season in the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate at Palouse Ridge. We spoke with him about his win at Padden, his summer, and his hopes for the coming year.

Blog 350, 7/17/16 - Roths Win WSGA Parent/Child Championship Again

Bellingham's own Craig and Cody Roth won the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA) Parent/Child Championship for a second time, Friday.

Blog 349, 7/8/16 - Murphy and Gorbahn advance to US Amateur from Loomis Trail

Murphy and Gorbahn advance to US Amateur from Loomis Trail.

Blog 348, 6/21/16 - Just How Many Bullets Did the USGA Dodge?

Heavy rain, Dustin Johnson’s superb final round, and an audience that had become indifferent to the prize-giving ceremony, allowed the USGA to avert a total disaster at the US Open.

Blog 347, 6/13/16 - Is Anyone Actually Going to Enjoy This?

This year's version of Henry Fownes's revered layout at Oakmont Country Club might be the toughest golf course ever seen at a major championship. Most competitors in the 156-strong field are going to have a hard time maintaining a sense of humor.

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