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The WGA releases the 2015-16 Western Stars

Since 2011, The Western Stars has identified the top multi-course golf resorts in the western U.S. However, for 2015 the rankings have been refined to select the top 12 golf/casino resort destinations. As a result, the overall rankings are radically different from past years. More information

With two of the best desert courses in the U.S., We-Ko-Pa offers the best golf/resort/ casino combo

With resort choices and great golf that includes Shadow Creek, MGM/Mirage is a no brainer

Primm Valley is close enough to Vegas to be a great casino destination, with two Tom Fazio courses

Near San Diego, Barona Creek Resort combines great gaming with a mini-tour quality course

There is only one on-strip resort with their own connected world class golf course - Wynn Resort

Have your world class course managed by Troon North, and your casino by Harrah's, and you get Ak-Chin

The best small tribal destination resort casino is Little Creek, thanks to the Salish Cliffs Golf Course

World famous Caesar's Palace's ownership of Cascata makes this a great golf destination

Sycuan Casino and Golf Resort is a good tribal casino resort with 36 holes of quality golf

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Western Golf Alliance releases new biennial rankings of western golf resorts

As part of this golf organization's ongoing service to golfers and the golf industry, the Western Golf Alliance publishes its biennial ranking of the top 12 golf and casino resort destinations in the western United States.

Gray becomes the once and future Western Golf Alliance Open champion

With a competitive leaderboard keeping it close right down to the final round, played at the Sunriver Crosswater course, Brian Gray posted a historic victory as a four-time champion of the WGA Open.

WGA Open oddsmakers name Mark Herms pre-tournament favorite

Based on an analysis of past performances on Northwest courses, oddsmakers have begun predicting the outcome of this summer's biggest golf tournament, the Western Golf Alliance Open.

The Western Golf Alliance alters its tournament cut formula to diverge from PGA Tour

After analysis of the methods to determine ties at tournaments - including confusion caused by the missed cut by Tiger at Torrey Pines - the WGA has altered its cut formula to move away from the standard set by the PGA Tour.

Casino Del Sol and Sewailo Golf Course were built from the ground up to be a premier destination

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