2021 Pro-Amateur team champions

Host Professional Jeremy Wexler, Champions Reid Hatley and Corey Prugh, and sponsor Jason Letus of Pacific Golf & Turf

PGA Professional Corey Prugh of Community Colleges of Spokane and amateur Reid Hatley won the Pacific Golf & Turf Pro-Amateur Championship at Palouse Ridge GC.  They fired rounds of 61-61–122, 22-under par for the four-ball competition. The team previously won this event in 2013 at Salish Cliffs GC.

PGA Professional Craig Crandall of Rock Creek CC and amateur Hunter Westcott (also of Rock Creek CC) placed second, two strokes back.

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

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

Final results

Palouse Ridge Golf Club

Designed by the late John Harbottle III and carved into a broad expanse of rolling hills on the Pullman campus of Washington State University, Palouse Ridge Golf Club is one of America’s finest public-access courses. This majestic 7,308-yard layout takes players on an unforgettable journey through “the Palouse,” its undulating dunes a legacy of the last Ice Age.

History of the Championship

The Pacific Northwest Pro-Amateur Championship 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.

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