Congratulations to Colin Inglis, Austin Hurt and Tim Feenstra for earning spots in the 2022 PGA Championship, to be held May 19-22 at Southern Hills CC. We are rooting for you!

Colin Inglis – Shadow Hills CC

(T-6) 67-70-68-76–281

“I can’t wait to test my game against the best players in the world on such a historic golf course like Southern Hills. It is truly an experience of a lifetime!”

“I would love to thank all my co-workers at Shadow Hills for covering me when I am gone playing golf and all the support Gary Davis gives me every day. Also to all our members here at Shadow as they have been following me and supporting me since I started at Shadow Hills. I would also like to thank my family, I know its not easy being gone so much playing golf and they are always there for me.”

Colin is playing in the PGA Championship for the first time…Winner, 2021 Pacific Northwest PGA Section Professional Championship; 2021 Pacific Northwest Rosauers Open Invitational; 2020 Washington Open; 2019 Pacific Northwest PGA Section Assistant Professional Championship; 2018 Pacific Northwest PGA Section/Oregon Chapter Championship and Assistants Championship; 2018 Oregon Open…2021 Northwest PGA Section Player of the Year….Sister, Caroline Inglis, plays on the LPGA Tour.

Austin Hurt – Wing Point G&CC

(T-11) 66-68-73-75–282

“I relish in the opportunity to represent the PNW Section at the national level, alongside some of the best PGA Professionals in the country.”

Austin is debuting in the PGA Championship…Winner, 2009 Washington State Men’s Amateur Championship; 2019 Club Car WWC PGA Chapter Championship; 2019 Pelzer Golf Supplies Washington State PGA Assistants Championship…Played college golf at Washington State University, where he set what was at the time the lowest freshman scoring average in school history (73.8).

Tim Feenstra – Broadmoor GC

(T-18) 68-72-71-72–283

“I am extremely excited to participate in my first PGA Championship at Southern Hills.  I would like to thank my wife, Sunny, for her tremendous support of my dream of playing in a major championship.  She has made many sacrifices in order for me to be in this position.”

Tim makes his first career start in the PGA Championship…Winner, 2011, ’13, ’15 Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship; 2007, ’11 Washington Open Invitational; 2012 Washington State Assistants Championship; 2008, ’09 Washington State Match Play Championship…Semifinalist, 2006 USGA U.S. Amateur Public Links…2003 NCAA Division II GCAA National Freshman of the Year…Inducted into the Western Washington University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2017.