Rosauers Open Invitational

Indian Canyon GCRosauers Open
Umpqua Bank Pro-Am:

July 16-17, 2014

Rosauers Open Invitational: July 18-20

Entry Deadline: July 2

Course: Indian Canyon GC

Location: Spokane, WA

Sponsor: Rosauers, Umpqua Bank

Host Professional: Gary Lindeblad, PGA


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Tournament Format:

Umpqua Bank Pro-Am: Daily Individual Professional Prizes and best 2 of 5 (net) team prizes

Rosauers Open Invitational: 54-hole individual competition.

Schedule of Play

Wednesday, July 16 – Umpqua Bank Pro-am
Thursday, July 17 – Umpqua Bank Pro-am
Friday, July 18 – Round 1
Saturday, July 19 – Round 2
Sunday, July 20 – Final Round

Charity: Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery

Proceeds from the Rosauers Open Invitational will benefit the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, Spokane’s safe haven for children at risk of abuse and neglect.  The Nursery also provides counseling, education and referrals for parents of young children.  A record $125,000 was raised for the charity in 2013 which puts the total approximately at $2,375,000. For more information, visit http://www.vanessabehan.org/

Rosauers Open Hotel & Official Sponsor

Holiday-InnHoliday Inn Spokane Airport
(509) 838-1170
1616 South Windsor Dr.
Spokane, WA 99224

Click here for online booking
Code “ROS”
Release date: June 30
Rate: $109.00 + tax (standard room)

History:

  • Indian Canyon designed by E. Chandler Egan (also designed Pebble Beach GC)
  • Tournament scoring record: 192 – Corey Prugh (2009)

The Rosauers Open Invitational started in 1988 when a group of Spokane area Golf Professionals realized their goal of bringing a Pacific Northwest Section Major to town, which they achieved by developing a relationship with Rosauers Supermarkets. The biggest winner at this championship is the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery charity. Over $2.375 million has been donated since the tournament’s inception.

Results

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Past Champions

“*” indicates won as amateur

  • 2013: Corey Prugh – 199
  • 2012: David Phay – 194
  • 2011: Corey Prugh – 194
  • 2010: Kyle Kelly – 198
  • 2009: Corey Prugh – 192
  • 2008: Jeff Coston – 199
  • 2007: Cody Upham * – 196
  • 2006: Jeff Coston – 196
  • 2005: Ryan Benzel – 193
  • 2004: Scott Johnson – 193
  • 2003: Michael Combs – 199
  • 2002: Mike Barnett – 201
  • 2001: Casey McCoy – 203
  • 2000: Todd Erwin – 202
  • 1999: Bill Porter – 201
  • 1998: Jeff Freeman – 201
  • 1997: Jeff Coston – 199
  • 1996: Michael Combs – 201
  • 1995: Greg Whisman – 206
  • 1994: Greg Whisman – 206
  • 1993: Walter Porterfield Jr. – 202
  • 1992: Chris Mitchell – 195

For complete data including courses played, visit the PNW PGA history project site.