Mike Riste – region’s foremost golf historian talks about Scotty Campbell, Seattle’s first public player to reach the national stage

Golf historian Mike Riste joins the podcast to explore the history of public golf in Washington and the influence of PNGA Hall-of-Famer Albert "Scotty" Campbell, a golfer from Seattle in the 1930s and 40s. Despite having no formal golf lessons,…

Mike Riste – region’s foremost golf historian talks about Bon Stein, known as ‘The Overlooked Champion,’ who won four of the first five Washington Men’s Amateurs

Mike Riste serves as the historian for the BC Golf Museum, and is the official historian for the PNGA. He assembled the initial research for “Washington Golf: 100 Years of Growing the Game,” the centennial history book of Washington Golf,…

Mike Riste – region’s foremost golf historian talks about A.S. Kerry, past PNGA and WA Golf president who launched the Northwest onto the national golf scene in the early 20th century

Mike Riste serves as the historian for the BC Golf Museum, and is the official historian for the PNGA. He assembled the initial research for “Washington Golf: 100 Years of Growing the Game,” the centennial history book of Washington Golf,…

Mike Riste – region’s foremost golf historian talks about Robert Johnstone, the golf course architect and club pro who founded the Pacific Northwest Section PGA

Mike Riste serves as the historian for the BC Golf Museum, and is the official historian for the PNGA. He assembled the initial research for “Washington Golf: 100 Years of Growing the Game,” the centennial history book of Washington Golf,…

Mike Riste – region’s foremost golf historian talks about the creation of uniform handicapping, the Alex Rose Caddie Scholarship, and the elimination of the Stymie rule

Mike Riste serves as the historian for the BC Golf Museum, and is the official historian for the PNGA. He assembled the initial research for “Washington Golf: 100 Years of Growing the Game,” the centennial history book of Washington Golf,…