PGA Professional Mark Keating of Astoria G&CC won the Senior Players’ Championship today 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 is 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.

There were three different competitions taking place at the Senior Players’ Championship.   There was an individual professional, individual amateur and four-ball competition.  All competitions are based on gross scores.

Consistently ranked among the best-conditioned courses in the state, Indian Summer Golf & Country Club has hosted the 1995 Washington Open Invitational, the 1996 Washington State Amateur Open, and 1996 and 1997 Nike Tour events.  Nike players voted it “Best of Nike Tour” and Golf Digest consistently names it one of the “Top Ten Courses in Washington.”  The course opened in April of 1992 and continues to be one of the Northwest’s premier private clubs.  Much of the credit for the highly rated course belongs to internationally acclaimed architect, Peter L.H. Thompson.  His ability to create a sense of “place” and to subtly remind golfers that they are part of a special environment is apparent throughout Indian Summer G&CC.  Head PGA Professional Steven Borror and the OKI Golf management team are excited to be hosting this week.

CLICK HERE to view the final results of the Senior Players’ Championship.