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Wednesday, October 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Ryan Moore: The NRA is the true gun safety organization

I’m proud to be a life member of the National Rifle Association. The NRA was founded in the 19th century and it’s an organization that is committed to gun safety and to protecting our constitutional rights. There are other organizations that literally have the words “Gun Safety” in their name but they don’t actually offer any gun safety courses. They believe gun safety is not owning any guns but they have found that “gun safety” polls a lot better than “gun control” or “gun ban.” The NRA, however, does offer a wide variety of gun safety courses and advanced training. They offer online training as well as in-person firearm training from total beginner to competitor level. The NRA’s popular Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program teaches children in pre-K through third grade the four important steps they should take if they find a gun: STOP! Don’t touch. Leave the Area. Tell an Adult. The NRA’s Carry Guard program is a very complete self-defense membership program for everyone who decides to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry a gun.

Ryan Moore withdraws from U.S. Open with shoulder injury

Ryan Moore has withdrawn from the U.S. Open with a shoulder injury that will keep him out for three to four weeks. Moore was replaced by Michael Putnam, the first alternate from a 36-hole qualifier in Columbus, Ohio, and the odd man out in a 4-for-3 playoff Tuesday morning.

Task completed as Americans win back Ryder Cup

Phil Mickelson led the American Ryder cup team behind the scenes. Patrick Reed powered them with his passion on the golf course. And it was Ryan Moore, the final captain’s pick who wasn’t even on the team until a week ago Sunday, who delivered the cup-clinching point at Hazeltine.

Moore gets a lesson in patience at Wyndham

For Ryan Moore, the Wyndham Championship was a lesson in patience. He spent much of the week sitting around the clubhouse while thunderstorms produced three unwelcome delays. Then he finished his final round and wound up waiting again, this time to find out if a playoff was necessary.