Senior Oregon Open Invitational

Wildhorse Resort and CasinoDate: July 29 – 31, 2014

Entry Deadline: July 16 @ 5:00 PM

Early Entry Deadline: June 18 @ 5:00 PM

Course: Wildhorse Resort & Casino

Location: Pendelton, OR

Sponsor: Wildhorse Resort & Casino

Host Professional: Michael Hegarty, PGA


Senior Oregon Open Invitational

Tournament Format:

Championship: all competitors are competing in a 54-hole stroke play championship based on gross score.

Individual Net: there will be a limited Net purse based on a 54-hole score.

Professional Super Senior: all professionals 60 and over are competing in a 36-hole stroke play championship over the first two days of the Championship, based on gross score only. No double dipping.

Pro-Am: all competitors are competing in a concurrent 36-hole pro-am over the first two days of the championship. It is scored using two best balls of four, one gross and one net, at 90% handicap.

Schedule of Events

Monday, July 28: Practice Rounds all day.
Tuesday, July 29: Round 1 – double shift, two tees.
Wednesday, July 30: Round 2 – double shift, two tees.
Thursday, July 31: Final Round – double shift, two tees. (Low scores will be paired in the morning shift).

Host Hotel:

Wildhorse Resort and Casino
Wildhorse Resort & Casino and Wildhorse RV Park

72777 Hwy. 331
Pendleton, Oregon 97801
Phone: 800-654-WILD (9453).

Wildhorse Resort & Casino made major upgrades to their Resort in 2010.  For those of you that have yet to experience Wildhorse Resort, book today and enjoy the new hotel, new theater, new restaurants and more!

History

Since its induction in 1996, the Senior Oregon Open has grown to be the premier senior golf tournament in the Northwest. This event draws the best players ages 50 and over from all over the Pacific Northwest Section.

Results:

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Past Champions

“*” indicates won as amateur

  • 2013: Tim O’Neal * – 133 (2 rounds)
  • 2012: Jeff Coston – 202
  • 2011: Jeff Coston – 204
  • 2010: Chuck Milne – 207
  • 2009: Jeff Coston – 198
  • 2008: Rob Gibbons – 199
  • 2007: Jeff Coston – 199
  • 2006: Fred Haney – 203
  • 2005: Chuck Milne – 197
  • 2004: Don Bies – 200
  • 2003: Mike Early – 201
  • 2002: Chris Maletis * – 203
  • 2001: Steve Stull – 207
  • 2000: Fred Haney – 211

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