Liam Kendregan of Sand Point CC has been named the 2023 Rolex PNW PGA Player of the Year after an outstanding season of golf. Notably, he secured a T-3rd finish at the PNW PGA Professional Championship, a T-7th placement at the Pelzer Golf Northwest Open Invitational, and 8th place at the Rosauers Open Invitational. His consistent performance extended to the Pelzer Golf Oregon Open Invitational, where he claimed a T-8th spot, and the Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Invitational, where he secured a T-9th position. Kendregan’s remarkable year was further highlighted by his qualification for the National PGA Professional Championship, cementing his status as the 2023 Player of the Year.
Jeff Coston of Semiahmoo G&CC has claimed the title of the 2023 Rolex PNW PGA Senior Player of the Year. Coston’s impressive performance throughout the season was highlighted by his victory at the Senior Washington Open Invitational. He finished T-2nd in the PNW PGA Senior Professional Championship and T-3rd in the PNW Senior Players’ Championship, underscoring his competitiveness in elite senior-level tournaments. Adding to Jeff Coston’s outstanding achievements this year, he also finished a commendable 23rd at the Wildhorse Senior Oregon Open Invitational.
Shane Prante of The Home Course secured the title of 2023 PNW PGA Assistant Player of the Year. Prante’s stellar performance throughout the year was highlighted by a resounding victory at the Pelzer Golf Oregon Open Invitational. He achieved remarkable second-place finishes at the National Car Rental PNW PGA Assistant Championship and the Western Washington Chapter Assistant Championship. Prante also finished T-5th at the Rosauers Open Invitational, T-13th at the Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Invitational, and rounded out his impressive year with a T-33rd placement at the Pelzer Golf Northwest Open Invitational.