Alaska Golf News

Tickets for 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Now Available

Even though the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst hasn't even started - it tees off Thursday, the USGA has announced the sale of tickets to the 2015 U.S. Op

Northwest Section of PGA Hands out Annual Honors

The Pacific Northwest Section PGA of America has named their 2013 special award winners today. The top Pacific Northwest PGA professionals in 15 categ

Hartley Comes from Behind to Win the 29th Pacific Northwest Men's Mid-Amateur Championship

Matt Hartley of Vancouver, Wash. had the low round of the day in the final round of the 29th Pacific Northwest Men's Mid-Amateur Championship&

Pacific Northwest Evans Cups Generate Over $250,000 for Evans Scholars

The 15th annual Evans Cup of Oregon, held Monday, September 17 at Waverley Country Club in Portland, and the 21st annual Evans Cup of Wash

Horwood Claims the 27th Pacific Northwest Senior Women's Amateur Championship; McGladery Wins Super Senior

First round leader Holly Horwood of Vancouver, B.C. shot a final round 4-over-par 76 to win the 27th Pacific Northwest Senior Women's Amateur

Northwest Golf Media Association Announces Annual Awards

At the 13th annual awards banquet of the Northwest Golf Media Association, Arv Olson, longtime golf columnist for the Vancouver (B.C.) Sun newspaper,

Juneau Golf Project Takes Major Step Forward

On Monday night, January 10, 2005, the Juneau City and Borough Assembly unanimously approved a 35-year lease for city land that will allow Totem Creek

Unique Course Underway in Alaska

During these litigious, environmentally-hyper times, the term “wetlands” frequently is anathema to a golf course development. Such is not the case in

Island in Alaska Has New Course

Located 11 air miles northwest of Kodiak, Alaska, Spruce Island is not a place where you’d expect to find a golf course. But thanks to Danny Clarion