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Golf In The Northwest

Tee off your Saturday mornings with Jason Sywgard and Harold Bluestein on
ESPN Sports Radio 1080 The FAN’s

Golf in the Northwest
every Saturday morning from 8-9am.

Join Swag and Harold Saturday morning at 8am as they go live to Augusta with golf writer Garrett Johnston for the latest on The Masters, plus Jeff Sanders discusses the future of golf tournaments without Tiger at 8:45.

As always Harold will have a tip or two for you to take to the range and the course. Join us Saturday morning 8am for another hour dedicated to the links.

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Harold Bluestein began his golf professional career in 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri before moving to Portland in 1980 to take a position as an assistant professional at Columbia Edgewater Country Club. Since that time Harold has served as a Head Golf Professional at several area courses and presently teaches at Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield, Washington. Harold has devoted his career to teaching and promoting golf in the region culminating in the 2009 PGA Pacific Northwest Section President’s Award given to the professional who has made extraordinary contributions in player development and the growth of the game. He has served on the Oregon PGA Chapter Board of Directors and currently serves as Chairman of the Senior Tournament Committee and PGA Public Awareness Committee while continuing to play in many area professional tournaments. For more information about Harold, please visit his website at  haroldbluestein.com.


Here are some local golf courses that we recommend here at ESPN Sports Radio 1080 The FAN:
Persimmon CC
Langdon Farms
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Black Butte Ranch
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