Washington Open Invitational

Meridian Valley CCDrive Fore the Cure Northwest Pro-Am:
May 17-18, 2014

Washington Open Invitational: May 19-21, 2014

Entry Deadline: April 30

Course: Meridian Valley CC

Location: Kent, WA

Host Professional: Greg Manley, PGA


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Tournament Format:

  • Drive Fore the Cure Northwest Pro-Am: Daily individual Professional prizes and shamble (best 2 of 5).
  • Championship: 54 hole stroke play.  No cut.

Schedule of Play:

  • Saturday, May 17 – Drive Fore the Cure Northwest Pro-Am Round 1 – 1:00 PM shotgun start
  • Sunday, May 18 – Drive Fore the Cure Northwest Pro-Am Round 2 – 8:00 AM shotgun start
  • Monday, May 19 – Championship Round 1
  • Tuesday, May 20 – Championship Round 2
  • Wednesday, May 21 – Final Round

Charity: Drive Fore the Cure Northwest

The 2014 Drive Fore the Cure Northwest Pro-Am benefits Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and Prostate Cancer research. For more information, please visit www.dftcnw.org.

Host Hotel:

Best-Western-plusBest Western Plus Peppertree Auburn Inn (www.peppertreeauburn.com)
401 8th St SW, Auburn, WA 98001
Phone: 253-887-7600
Code: PGA
Release Date: April 16
Rate: $99.99 + tax for 1 King or 2 Queens

History:

The Washington Open Invitational dates back to 1922. In that year, young Al Espinosa captured the crown at Yakima CC. Some big names have won this event over the years -  including brothers Al and Emery Zimmerman, Chuck Congdon, Al Mengert, Senior Tour Player Rick Acton and PGA Tour Player Fred Couples. Read more…

Results:

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Past Champions

“*” indicates won as amateur

  • 2013: Chris Griffin – 208
  • 2012: Jeff Gove – 200
  • 2011: Tim Feenstra – 200
  • 2010: Jeff Coston – 203
  • 2009: Brian Thornton -210
  • 2008: Brian Nosler -207
  • 2007: Tim Feenstra -203
  • 2006: Josh Immordino* -217
  • 2005: Michael Combs – 211
  • 2004: Keith Coleman -211
  • 2003: Todd Erwin – 207
  • 2002: Bill Porter – 206
  • 2001: Jeff Coston – 209
  • 2000: Todd Erwin – 205

For complete list of champions and list of courses played, click here to visit the PNW PGA history project site.