Jeff Fought Wins Senior Players' Championship

Jeff Fought Wins Senior Players’ Championship

PGA Professional Jeff Fought of Black Butte Ranch GC birdied the first extra hole to defeat PGA Professional Tom Sovay of The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge to claim the Senior Players’ Championship at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club.  They scored a three under par 141 for the two rounds.  Mike DeLong of Coeur d’Alene Resort was two back at 143.  Byron Patton of Rose City GC was low amateur at 144.

The team of PGA Professional Tom Carey and his amateur Dave Lydell of Meriwether National GC won the Four-Ball competition after shooting rounds of 64-66-130, 14-under par.  They won by one stroke over the team with PGA Professional Steve Bowen of Dick’s Sporting Goods and amateur Tim O’Neal from Royal Oaks CC.

The Senior Players’ Championship is a two-man team competition of one Pacific Northwest PGA Professional and one amateur playing a both an individual and a four-ball competition.

The ReserveThe 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 has 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 are 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.

CLICK HERE to view final Senior Players’ Championship results.