Bellingham G&CC Duo Win PNW PGA Pro-Assistant Championship

On March 20-21, 2023, the Pacific Northwest PGA Pro-Assistant Championship took place at the picturesque Eugene Country Club. This championship is known for bringing together some of the best PNW PGA Professionals and their assistants to compete for top honors.

The team led by PGA Professional Cameron Fife and Daniel Campbell of Bellingham G&CC won the championship by one stroke over PGA Professional Nick McCaslin and his assistant Amy Eneroth of Kalispel G&CC after firing a two-day Four-Ball score of 11 under par.

CLICK HERE to view the Pro-Assistant Championship final results.

The PNW PGA Pro-Assistant Championship is a two-person team competition with one head golf professional and their assistant golf professional playing a four-ball competition.


We are proud to have strong sponsor support with Farmers Insurance – Jared Bouchey Agency as our title sponsor. We welcome back Sally Schmitz with Bushnell Golf, Bryan Dickson with Sterling Cut Glass, and joining us this year is Ian Crick with StrackaLine as our presenting sponsors. We also welcome our returning supporting sponsors, Matt Pollitt with PTE Golf, Darrell Livingston with GT Golf Supplies, as well as new supporting sponsor Liz Ogle with Sunice.  Thank you all for your support in making this event so amazing!

History of the Championship

The Pacific Northwest Pro-Assistant Championship got off to an exciting start in 1992. It took the Progress Downs team of Jerry Minor and Ralph West SEVEN holes of sudden-death to finally shake the Royal Oaks duo of Steve Bowen and Michael Wilkerson.  After shooting 14-under at Tacoma Country and Golf Club, neither of the two teams could get a birdie putt to drop in the playoff.  The 1995 Redwood Golf Center team of Scott Williams and Mike Barnett still holds the tournament record after scorching the rest of the field with an 18-under 126 at McCormick Woods GC and winning by three strokes.  This championship, has fostering camaraderie between Head Professionals and Assistants, is one of the most popular events of the Pacific Northwest Section PGA.  In 2008, Head PGA Professional Steve Prugh and his Assistant Corey Prugh made history by being the first father-son duo to capture the title.

CLICK HERE to view past team champions of this event.

Eugene Country Club

Eugene Country Club, organized in 1899, is the second oldest country club in Oregon, antedated only by Waverley Country Club in Portland. The Club was incorporated in 1912 when it acquired its first clubhouse on South Willamette Street, next to the Club’s first golf course, a nine-hole layout with sand greens. After 18 holes were completed, Eugene Country Club’s reputation quickly grew as one of the finest courses in the Western United States, with its natural setting and tall Douglas firs unparalleled.

Along with several national amateur championships held at Eugene Country Club, the Club was a stop on the LPGA tour from 1962 to 1968. Eugene Country Club has been on the rotation to host the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship since 1974, last hosting this prestigious event in 2010. It has consistently been listed in Golf Digest’s Top 100 courses in the United States.

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