WSGA Mens Amateur comes to Gamble Sands


WSGA’s Best Flock to Gamble Sands

BREWSTER, WA – There’s a three-way tie atop the leaderboard after the first round of the Washington State Golf Association Amateur Men’s Championship at Gamble Sands Tuesday…

Bellingham’s Michael Butler; Fircrest’s Michael Almonte and Issaquah’s Brian Mogg all shot 6-under par 64’s on day one. 2nd is Edgewood’s Mitchell Baldridge at 5-under, followed by Mill Creek’s Kyle Cornett at 4-under par.


Eric Granstrom caught up with WSGA’s Nate Schroeder to talk about this 92-year old tournament being held just outside of Brewster…

120-golfers will go at it again today with the field cut in half for tomorrow’s final round. Eric will have more in our continuing coverage tonight on the NCWLIFE Evening News with Grant Olson at 5, 6 and 10.

Gamble Sands a showcase for shot-making

Gamble Sands Golf Course is the site for the Washington State Golf Association’s Men’s Amateur Championship this week. 120 of the best players from around the state are vying to add their name to the John Bodenhamer Trophy.

Gamble Sands General Manager Brady Hatfield describes why he thinks the WSGA chose his course north of Brewster…


There was a 4-way tie atop the leaderboard through half of today’s second round at 9-under. The players talk about the challenge of playing at Gamble Sands…

14 year old Daniel Kim’s goal is making the cut

Yes, you read right, Daniel Kim is just 14-years old playing in his first WSGA Men’s Amateur Championship…


Kim was 2-over after his first round yesterday and told me his goal is to make today’s cut. He’s 2-under so far today. The field will be cut in half for tomorrow’s final round.

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Full Interview – WSGA’s Nate Schroeder

Full Interview – Gamble Sand’s Brady Hatfield