Throwback to 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball


As our friends at Streamsong Golf Resort ramp up to the 2016 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship, we reflect back on last year's highlights. It's been just over a year since the inaugural USGA championship unfolded at Pacific Dunes. In celebration of a strong championship season ahead, enjoy some of our favorite videos, photos, and interviews from last year!

Talk about the camera being in the right place at the right time!  The USGA film crew caught this magical swing from Marie Bos, of New York, and the moment easily stood out as one of our favorites.

Check out the video of Marie's hole-in-one here!

We also created a Flickr album of our best photos from the whole event. Click this link for mobile users or see below for desktop.

#TBT Inaugural U.S. Women's Amateur Four-BallThen, there were these amazing drone shots the FOXSports and Heli Video Productions teams caught while covering the championship. Thanks for highlighting the resort in a unique way!

Finally, best of luck to all the participants of the 2016 U.S. Women's Amateur Four-Ball Championship.  If you're looking for advice on how to prevail, read champions Liu and Mitsunaga interview from last year!

Click this link to read more from the winners of last year's Women's Amateur Four-Ball on the USGA's website

VIDEO: All Course Videos


Thank you for all the great feedback we've received on our online course videos. We decided to put them all in one place so you can watch them at your leisure. Tell us what your favorite shot is on your favorite course and mention the time code! What could we do better with our course videos? We are listening. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and don't forget to share them with your closest golf buddies. Then come experience Bandon Dunes in real life!

Bandon Dunes


Pacific Dunes


Bandon Trails


Old Macdonald


Bandon Preserve


The Punchbowl

VIDEO: Pacific Dunes No. 11 with Grant Rogers


The phrase, "The safest place is on the green," should be etched in stone somewhere. At Bandon Dunes, this notion is best illustrated at Pacific Dunes' par-3 11th hole. From the tee to the slightest edge of the green, there is no escape.

On the left are windy cliffs with hungry gorse bushes willing to swallow golf balls whole, given half a chance and a slight breeze. Farther out beyond the cliffs, the Pacific Ocean yawns at your praises of its beauty. The front of the green is guarded by two gnarly bunker faces, that if you saw them walking down the street you would cross, enter the nearest door, find a place to hide and call your mother. Thinking of bailing right? You might as well just stomp your ball into the turf right now.

Luckily we have Grant Rogers, director of instruction at Bandon Dunes to take us on a journey from tee to green.


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