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Jimmy Gunn at U.S. Open with a little help from CDA Casino

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – It’s a long way from Circling Raven in 2004 to the U.S. Open in 2015. Jimmy Gunn is the only one in the 156-player field at the 115th national championship that unfolds this week at Chambers Bay familiar with the journey.

Jimmy Gunn at Open with help from CDA Casino

It’s a long way from Circling Raven in 2004 to the U.S. Open in 2015. Jimmy Gunn is the only one in the 156-player field at the 115th national championship that unfolds this week at Chambers Bay familiar with the journey.

Meehan: Area golfers making the most of iffy spring weather

As January turned into February, I pictured area golf pros – area golfers, for that matter – consulting the Farmers’ Almanac and scouring the Internet for long-range forecasts. Spring golf is always iffy in the Inland Northwest given the fickle weather, but Mother Nature seems to be in a little better mood than previous years, even though it’s 48 degrees and raining as I tap away on the computer.

Benzel win tourney at Circling Raven

Prior to Thursday’s final round of the Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship, Ryan Benzel figured a 67 coupled with his two-shot lead would probably be good enough for a victory. He figured wrong.

Military has brief tour at Circling Raven

WORLEY, Idaho – Since he returned from Iraq last September, Ryan Robinson’s been too busy catching up on being a husband, father and commercial banker to work on his golf game. “It’s been two years since I swung a club,” the Idaho National Guard battalion commander said Thursday morning.

Circling Raven Golf Course

Circling Raven, created by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, has become one of the signature courses in the state of Idaho. Designers have blended challenging holes with abundant natural surroundings.

Golf course building topped with grasses, wildflowers

WORLEY, Idaho – When the wind blows at Circling Raven Golf Course, it rustles through prairie grasses growing on the roof of the Stensgar Pavilion. This bit of man-made habitat is so convincing that a killdeer has moved in. Visitors who climb a ladder to get a better view of the Idaho fescue and blue bunch grass on the roof also see the killdeer faking a broken wing, the bird’s maneuver to lead potential predators from her nest.