Course Notes

Course Notes

Sheep Dreams

Sheep Dreams

We managed to score a private tour at the coveted new Bandon Dunes property, Sheep Ranch. It was a breathless, cloudless morning, and photos were made.

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A Gamble That Paid Off

A Gamble That Paid Off

Gamble Sands is still gem that has yet to be discovered by the golf world. And we like it that way. Most Wwashingtonians couldn’t tell you where Brewster is on a map. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t home to a top 3 course in all of Washington. Tory Wulf, the project manager, gives us an inside look at what makes Gamble different from the rest.

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My Quarantine 18

My Quarantine 18

Todd Petrey, veteran Bandon caddie and founder of Bandon Caddie Relief Fund, shares his epic tale of how he ended up at Bandon,

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Dahmen Joins Team TRUE

Dahmen Joins Team TRUE

Joel Dahman, PNW native and PGA Tour pro, joins team TRUE as the latest to represent our brand and ethos tour and in the community.

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A Different Kind of Masters

A Different Kind of Masters

Images and words by Patrick KeeganAs it's said, The Masters is a Tradition Unlike Any Other. This year's April tradition was slightly unfamiliar.  As golf fans, we hang our heads as the first major is postponed, but as global citizens, and the reasonable folks  that...

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The Making of a Photographer

The Making of a Photographer

People ask Evan Schiller all the time, “How do I become a golf course photographer?” As if there was some standardized three-step process everyone could just follow…

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Bluebird Day at Old Mac

Bluebird Day at Old Mac

When a monsoon was in the forecast for our day at Old Mac, we prepared for the worst. What we got was the very best that Bandon in February could offer.

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Walking The Bandon Trails

Walking The Bandon Trails

It’s never a good day when you shoot a 106. Well, almost never. We sunscribe to the idea that there are ‘no bad days’ when on the golf course. Especially when at Bandon. We choose to enjoy the walk regardless of our game, rather than take the game too seriously.

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