The entry deadline for the  National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship is Wednesday, July 27 at 11:59 PM. Please pay close attention to the entry deadline for this event. There will no longer be a late entry option to this championship. The PGA of America recently changed to the entry process to a 5-year calculation which determined spots we are playing for and purse calculations.

You may register for this event through PGA of America Membership services at 800-474-2776, www.pga.org or at www.pgatournaments.com.

You must be employed as an A-8 or as an Apprentice (including Apprentice Head Professional) as of July 27 to be eligible to play in the Section National Car Rental PGA Assistant Championship. The top three qualifiers will advance to the 2016 National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship at PGA Golf Club’s Wanamaker Course, October 27-30, 2016.

The PGA of America has adopted the condition of competition for Grooves and/or Punch Marks at the Section level of the Pacific Northwest PGA Assistant Championship. ALL PLAYERS MUST comply with this condition of competition.

History of the Championship

This year’s Assistant Championship marks the 40th Anniversary as a National event but the PNW Section has been conducting the event since Fred Pelzer donated the trophy in 1965.

The National Championship tradition began in 1976 to recognize the role of the PGA Assistant Professional and how important he or she may be in the success of a golf facility as well as our entire Association. They represent more than 10,000 men and women assistant professionals and registered apprentices nationwide.

Last year, PGA Professional Casey King of Tokatee GC won the National Car Rental Assistant Championship by one stroke over PGA Professional John Cassidy of Alderbrook G&YC. King posted rounds of 70-69-139, 5-under par at Tualatin CC.

Casey King, John Cassidy, Ryan Malby and Derek Barron all earned spots to the 2015 National Car Rental PGA Assistant National Championship on the Wanamaker Course at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Fairwood G&CC

Fairwood G&CC was founded in 1967 by George E. Bell. The Course was originally designed by golf course architect, William G. Teufel, however newer designs by late local architect John Harbottle III have been submitted and incorporated.

Fairwood G&CC has had the honor of hosting a number of competitive tournaments over the years including the Washington Open. Despite the lack of length, Fairwood G&CC provides a tough but fair challenge due to its narrow fairways and firm and fast greens.

Director of Golf, PGA Professional Rick Larson is excited to host once again.

Assistants – plan on entering. Bosses, give your Assistants time off to play in their Championship! CLICK HERE for the event flyer.


See you at Fairwood G&CC!