Mizuno Sponsor Eric Kobylinski, Pacific Golf & Turf sponsor Pete Trudeau, Team Champions John D’Amelio and Derek Berg, Pronghorn Professional Chris Rosenquist

The team led by PGA Professional Derek Berg of PNW Golf Academy and amateur John D’Amelio of Inglewood GC  claimed the 2019 Pacific Golf & Turf Pro-Amateur Championship  title at Pronghorn Resort. They won by four strokes over the team led by PGA Professional Jared Lambert of Meadow Lakes GC and amateur Alex Plusquellec of Tualatin CC.

The team led by PGA Professional Corey Prugh of Community Colleges of Spokane and amateur Reid Hatley of Hayden Lake CC came in third place.

Pacific Turf & Golf is our Title Sponsor with Mizuno as our Supporting Sponsor.

Final results

History of the Championship

It all started when a young head professional named John Junor and his amateur partner won back to back titles at the magnificent Seattle Golf Club in 1924 and 1926 (no championship in 1925).  Professional Walter Pursey and amateur Harry Givan topped Junor in the late 30’s with a three-peat victory at Seattle GC twice and Alderwood GC once.  As the years went on, many great players etched their names into the record books as champions of this event.  Long time professional Don Bies and his partners have seen numerous championships winning three of them in 1961 at Glendale CC, 1964 at Seattle GC, and in 1966 at Yakima CC.  Other greats such as Bunny Mason (1963) and Jerry Mowlds (1969, 1978) have all had their share of the title.

The Pacific Northwest Pro-Amateur Championship is a two-man team competition with one professional and one amateur playing a four-ball format.

CLICK HERE to view past team champions of this event.

Pronghorn Resort

Panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains, ancient lava caves, and stunning water features. Pronghorn’s nationally acclaimed golf courses are maintained carefully with pristine grooming practices and have placed Pronghorn among the 25 Best Golf Communities in North America by Golf.com as well as Golf Digest’s Editors’ Choice Award 2017: Best Golf Resorts in the Pacific Northwest.

The clubhouse and Tom Fazio Championship Course opened in 2007, creating the ultimate golf experience in Central Oregon. The masterful Tom Fazio designed course blends the complexity of championship golf with the inherent aesthetic of the natural terrain.

Pronghorn Resort opened the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in 2004 with Jack Nicklaus sending the very first tee shot right down the middle. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course provides a minimalist experience with an emphasis on the golf game itself, combining playability with smooth transitions and true putting surfaces.