PGA Professional Colin Inglis of Shadow Hills CC won the Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Invitational by one stroke over PGA Professional Birk Nelson of Orange Whip.  Inglis fired rounds of 69-68-137, 7-under par. Low amateur honors went to Costas Panay of Sahalee CC, who finished in third place

Inglis has previously won the Oregon Open Invitational in 2018 and the National Car Rental PNW Assistant PGA Professional Championship in 2019.

The weekend Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Pro-Am helped raise $50,000  for the Folds of Honor.  To learn more about the Folds of Honor, please visit .

Final results:

Jason Mattaini and Champion Colin Inglis

History of the Championship

The Washington Open Invitational dates back to 1922. In that year, young Al Espinosa captured the crown at Yakima CC. Some big names have won this event over the years including the Zimmerman brothers, Al and Emery, along with Chuck Congdon, Bud Ward, Bob Duden, Don Bies, Senior Tour Player Rick Acton and PGA Tour Player Fred Couples.  In 2016, Jeff Coston claimed his fifth Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Invitational title adding to his wins in 96, 99, 2001, and 2010, tying him with legend Chuck Congdon in the most Washington Open Championships of all time. Chuck Congdon held the record for the most wins (39, 47, 50, 52, and 62) while Al Mengert holds the record for the most consecutive wins (63, 64, and 65).  The current tournament record is held by PGA Professional Tim Feenstra of Broadmoor GC (2011) and PGA Life Member Jeff Gove (2012).

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Folds of Honor

The 2020 Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Pro-Am benefits the Folds of Honor.  Folds of Honor provides scholarships for the children and spouses of those killed or disabled in service to the United States Military.  For more information, go to   This year’s event will be a Pro-Am as part of the 2020 Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Invitational held at Meridian Valley Country Club in Kent, WA.

Meridian Valley Country Club

Meridian Valley Country Club officially opened on July 1, 1967 with 9 of the 18 holes ready for play. The second nine holes and clubhouse opened to equally grand fanfare in May 1968. This exceptional 18-hole layout was designed by Ted Robinson, one of the nation’s leading golf course architects, who chose the site based on the stunning views the surrounding area provided.

This will be Meridian Valley CC’s fourteenth time hosting the Washington Open Invitational – hosting in 1972, 1976, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.  They also hosted the SAFECO Classic from 1982 through 1999. MVCC has grown into one of the Northwest’s most respected golf courses to the credit of the founding members who successfully achieved their goal to develop a first-class golf club.