“This book truly captures the dramatic and colorful backstory of how, against all odds, an eight-month-old publicly-owned facility was selected as the first course to host the U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest.”

Told with award-winning photography and extensive interviews with all the key players, “America’s St. Andrews” is the story of how a newly-opened and untested facility was selected as the site of the largest sporting event ever to be held in the Pacific Northwest… Read More

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"Blaine Newnham conveys a sober, factual and welcomingly detailed account."

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When America's oldest golf championship – the U.S. Amateur – was played in 2010 on one of its newest courses – three-year-old Chambers Bay – who could know what might happen? -- America's St. Andrews, Chapter 7
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Chambers Bay Facts

Chambers Bay is one of only three true publicly-owned municipal facilities to host a U.S. Open – Bethpage Black and Torrey Pines being the other two.
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View an extended gallery of the award-winning photography inside America's St. Andrews.

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