2015-SrOROpen-winner

2Undr Sponsor Kevin Burnett, Champion Billy Bomar,  Wildhorse Assistant PGA Pro Clint Ables

PGA Professional Billy Bomar of Prairie Falls GC won the 20th Senior Oregon Open Invitational in a three way playoff against defending champion PGA Professional Todd Erwin of Tacoma Golf Center and 2008 Champion PGA Professional Rob Gibbons of Arrowhead GC.  Bomar birdied the first hole of the playoff for the title and the $5,000 first place check.

PGA Professional JD Cline of Bear Creek CC (Woodinville, WA) won the 36 hole Super Senior competition after posting rounds of 72-70-142.

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Team Champions PGA Professional Bill Bomar and amateurs Mike Kerns, Dave Johnston and Dave Steinbach

Team Champions PGA Professional Bill Bomar and amateurs Mike Kerns, Dave Johnston and Dave Steinbach

Winning the team 36 hole competition was led by PGA Professional Billy Bomar, Mike Kerns, Dave Johnston and Dave Steinbach.

View final team results.

With the praise and popularity that the resort received the past 13 years, the Section was eager to reschedule the same venue.  The golf course is designed by John Steidel and is nestled at the base of mountains and wide open terrain.  Wildhorse Golf Course is modeled after a traditional Scottish links-style course with plenty of bunkers and tall grass lurking to make you work a little harder than usual.

The Pacific Northwest Section includes 1,100 PGA members and apprentices in Washington, Oregon, Northern Idaho, Western Montana and Alaska.  The Senior Oregon Open Invitational is one of three major senior championships conducted by the Section.

View past champions of the Senior Oregon Open Invitational.