Champion Colin Inglis, PGA

PGA Professional Colin Inglis of Emerald Valley GC won the Oregon Open Invitational by two strokes over PGA Professional Corey Prugh of Community Colleges of Spokane.  This is Colin’s first PNW PGA major.

Bryce Wortman of Emerald Valley GC finished third and won low amateur honors.

PGA Professional Russell Grove of North Idaho College and PGA Professional Casey King of Black Butte Ranch finished in a tie for fourth.  PGA Professional Keith Bennett of Glen Acres G&CC  finished in sixth place.

Winning the team competition on Wednesday is the team consisting of PGA Professional Tim Hval of Portland GC, PGA Professional George Mack Jr. of Black Butte Ranch, amateur Steve Hval of Portland GC, and amateur Casey Garland of Pumpkin Ridge GC.

Corey Prugh and Chase Mitchell of Avondale GC won the Four-Ball competition.

The tournament at Aspen Lakes GC consists of 46 teams competing in a 36 hole best 2 of 4 net team competition, Pro-Am Four-Ball as well as 54-hole individual competition.

Final results

Low amateur Bryce Wortman with his father, PGA Professional Lane Wortman


The Pacific Northwest PGA is proud to have a supporting field of sponsors including Sun Mountain Sports, CMC Golf, Greg Norman Collection, Legendary Headwear, AMA Golf, Sun Dog, Skechers Golf and Orange Whip.

History of the Championship

This championship dates back to 1905 when sheep mowed the fairways at Waverley CC, George Smith, a Scot from Oakland, CA won the Oregon Open’s inaugural championship including a course record 74. Little did he know that some of golf’s most prestigious names were to follow in his footsteps such as Tommy Armour, Horton Smith, Chuck Congdon, Bob Duden, Bill Eggers, Jerry Mowlds, Pat Fitzsimons, Rick Acton, Peter Jacobsen, Jeff Coston, and Mike Davis.  And only three men have won the title three or more times; Bill Porter (3), Rick Acton (4), and Bob Duden (8).  The tournament scoring record is held by Brian Nosler at 198, set in 2009 at Brasada Canyons.

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The official charity of the Oregon Open Invitational is Kids Center. Founded in 1994 by the community, KIDS Center works together with law enforcement, medical providers and social service agencies to create a supportive response to child abuse through a multi-disciplinary team approach.  They serve Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson county along with the Warm Springs Reservation at our Bend center.  To learn more about the charity or to make a donation, please go to

Aspen Lakes GC

Aspen Lakes Golf Course is a privately owned, public golf course in Sisters, OR. In 1988 the Cyrus Family acquired a 1,084 acre parcel adjacent to their family farm. The first nine Aspen Lake golf holes were constructed in 1996 under the watchful eye of world class golf course architect William Overdorf, with the second nine holes opening in 1999.

The signature red sand for the bunkers occur naturally and originated on the Cyrus property. The deep red sand creates a visual delight as it contrasts with the green grass, blue skies and white, snow covered mountains that are the Aspen Lakes Golf Course signature.