The team entry is now available for the Senior Players’ Championship at The Reserve Vineyards Golf and Country Club in Aloha, Oregon on April 22-23rd. We are going to enjoy the NORTH course both days!
There will be individual professional and individual amateur competitions, with gross and net payouts. The Team Four-Ball Competition will be based on gross scores only.
Professionals – Senior Player of the Year and Senior Hudson Cup points will be offered this year! Amateurs – PNGA and OGA are offering Senior Hudson Cup Points.
The Senior Players’ Championship team entry deadline is Wednesday, April 17th.
CLICK HERE for the Senior Players’ Championship on-line team entry.
CLICK HERE to download the Senior Players’ Championship team entry.
Last year, PGA Professional Mark Keating of Meriwether National GC won the Senior Players’ Championship at Indian Summer G&CC. He came from two strokes behind to shoot a second round score of 70, 142 total to win by one stroke over first round co-leader PGA Professional Tom Staskus of Tom’s Golf Center.
PGA Professional Jeff Coston of Semiahmoo G&CC and PGA Professional Jeff Fought of Black Butte Ranch GC tied for third place at 145.
Winning the Four-Ball competition was PGA Professional Jeff Fought of Black Butte Ranch and his amateur Randy Fisher of Shadow Hills CC. They fired 65-134 to win by four strokes.
The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club opened for play in 1997 and immediately distinguished itself as the region’s premiere golf destination, boasting two courses that have challenged some of the game’s greatest players. Throughout either course, you will encounter some challenges and plenty of points of appreciation.
The Senior Players’ Championship will be played on the North Course. The North Course was designed by Bob Cupp, whose award-winning golf architecture accomplishments include Oregon courses Crosswater and Pumpkin Ridge. While The South Course’s trees & terrain is pure Willamette Valley in character, the North Course feels more like playing among Oregon’s coastal dunes. The more expansive links-style layout features undulating native grass mounds, distinctive shape, judicious bunkering & formidable greens with short grass surrounds.
We look forward to you joining us for the Senior Players’ Championship!