PGA Professional Ryan Malby of Kalispel, MT won the Senior Oregon Open Invitational in a three-hole playoff against PGA Professional Jeff Gove of The Idaho Club on July 28, 2022.  They both birdied the first hole, pared the second and Malby birdied the third hole for the win.

Low amateur honors went to Jay Poletiek of Columbia Edgewater CC.

The team led by PGA Professional Scott Krieger of Emerald Valley GC, Kevin Burnett of Wine Valley GC, Billy Anderson of Emerald Valley GC and Ron Hop of Chehalem Glenn won the two-day team competition after firing 36-under par 118-134-252 in the one gross, one net competition.

74 PNW PGA Professionals and 222 amateurs, for a total of 296 players, competed at Wildhorse Resort GC and The GC at Birch Creek in Pendleton, OR over the course of two days, with the playoff held the following morning.

The Senior Oregon Open Invitational is a 36-hole stroke play championship. Teams are comprised of one professional and three amateurs. 

The event just celebrated its 20th consecutive year with our host Wildhorse Resort and Casino, who the PNW PGA is proud to retain as the title sponsor. Thank you, Wildhorse!

Final results can be found at:  

History of the Championship

Since its induction in 1996, the Senior Oregon Open has grown to be the premier senior golf tournament in the Northwest.  This event draws the best players ages 50 and over from all over the Pacific Northwest Section. The popular Wildhorse Resort and Casino in Pendleton, OR is hosting the Open for the 20th consecutive year with an expansion to The GC at Birch Creek with the increased field.  Thank you, Wildhorse!

To view past champions of the Senior Oregon Open Invitational, CLICK HERE.

Wildhorse Resort GC & The Golf Course at Birch Creek

Wildhorse championship golf course was designed by John Steidel. Nestled at the base of mountains and wide open terrain, the course is modeled after a traditional Scottish links-style course with plenty of bunkers and tall grass lurking to make you work a little harder than usual. Each hole is surrounded by spectacular, unobstructed vistas with gentle rolling hills and fairway mounds reflecting the foothills of the Blue Mountains. The clubhouse was completely remodeled in 2019.