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VIDEO FEATURE: GOLF.COM used some of the BDGR footage that Nick Martin and I shot in the recent Gold piece. I would guess that 60-75% of the b-roll is from our archives including some of our best drone work! How cool is that!?!


That’s a wrap on the Ultimate Buddies Trip Contest. Thanks to all those who signed up. We look forward to announcing the winner soon. Stay tuned for more contests and updates to #golfisgreat A photo posted by KemperSports (@kempersports) on Feb 28, 2015 at 10:06pm PST PROJECT: KemperSports is giving away an Ultimate Buddies […]

As Director of Agronomy at award-winning Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, Ken Nice has a keen interest in the Open Championship. He and his staff take pride in providing Bandon’s guests the same firm, fast and bouncy playing conditions found at links courses like Royal Liverpool, where the claret jug will be presented on July 20. A native of Corvallis, Oregon and married to his wife Pam for 23 years, Nice has served as a superintendent for Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trails and Old McDonald following a stint as an assistant at Bandon Dunes. Despite the demands of his position at one of the world’s top golf destinations, he still manages to shoot in the low 80s. His best score is a 73 in 2003 at Pacific Dunes. During the winter, Nice is also the varsity basketball coach at Bandon High School. No matter the season, he knows the vagaries of fortunate and odd bounces off hard, dramatic and sporting surfaces. A GCSAA member for 17 years, Nice was interviewed by The Grain’s Terry Moore.

Father’s day is around the corner… what do you plan to get your dad? How about a little Bandon Dunes to show off at home. Thanks to for featuring my photo! 🙂

Being part of The Punchbowl grand opening was an awesome experience. Here is one photo of mine that was used in this Golf Digest piece. Thanks, GD!

Pacific Dunes, No. 7 (Par 4, 464 yards)
This is one of the toughest par 4s on property, if not the toughest. It’s long, which meant most of us used woods to approach a green that is guarded by mounds and bunkers and drop-offs. Sounds like fun, eh? (Photo by Timothy Scahill.)

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