We are now accepting entries for the Pacific Golf & Turf PNW Pro-Am Championship at Bandon Dunes Resort on October 6-7. Get your team entry in before this popular event fills! Thank you to Pacific Golf & Turf for their continued support as title sponsor. We are pleased to welcome Garmany Golf as a presenting sponsor, as well as Mizuno, Therabody and Hole-In-One USA as supporting sponsors.

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Entry Priority

  1. Exempt Players: Eligible host club professionals and past team champions. Past team champions must enter with same partner to receive exemption.
  2. Seventy percent of the field is reserved for players who have participated in 4 or more Section events played since the close of entries for this event the previous year. Priority within this category is based on receipt of entry and will expire seven days after entries open**. View list for this category.
  3. The balance of the field is based on receipt of entry.

**Exempt Teams have one week to enter using their exempt status. The deadline is August 10 @ 5:00 PM.

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.

Last year, PGA Professional Corey Prugh of Community Colleges of Spokane and amateur Reid Hatley won the event at Palouse Ridge GC.  They fired rounds of 61-61–122, 22-under par for the four-ball competition. The team had previously claimed victory in 2013 at Salish Cliffs GC.

View complete list of champions

Play Bandon Dunes

Bandon Dunes is true to the spirit of Scotland’s ancient links. Six distinct links courses have been conceived in harmony with the natural environment. It began in 1999 with the opening of Bandon Dunes. Designed by Scotsman David McLay Kidd, the course is perched on a bluff high above the Pacific Ocean where mother nature’s ever presence had already laid the blueprint for what would become one of golf’s most iconic courses. The routing teases all of your senses before turning back home to the epicenter of the resort, unfolding along pristine native dunes where expansive ocean views are revealed numerous times during your journey. Beyond breathtaking scenery lies the game of golf in its truest form. This is a thinker’s course. Winds are ever-present, and the varying elements create a new experience each time you play.

In 2020, Sheep Ranch opened as the fifth golf course at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Renovated by the world-class design team of Coore & Crenshaw and co-founded by Phil Friedmann and Mike Keiser, the Sheep Ranch was for many years a mysterious golf landscape just north of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Now with one mile of ocean frontage, nine green sites right along the edge of the continent, and stunning Pacific Ocean views on every hole, Sheep Ranch continues the legacy of “Golf As It Was Meant to Be” on the Pacific Coast.