1522 Cline Falls Rd
Schedule of Play
- Monday, June 12: Practice round
- Tuesday, June 13: First round
- Wednesday, June 14: Second round; field cut to low 70 players and ties
- Thursday, June 15: Final round
- Teams will play together for the first 36 holes.
- There are two team competitions over the first 36 holes – best 2 net of the 4, and each professional will play a net four-ball with one amateur.
- Handicaps at 80% will be used in the team games.
- The championship is a 54-hole stroke play with professional and amateur purses. After 36 holes, the field will be cut (to low 70 players and ties), repaired by score and the Oregon Open Invitational completed.
- There is no maximum handicap for entry (18 max. in the competition), however, all players will play from the championship tees and there will be no individual net amateur.
- All players will be governed by the Rules of Golf, Pace of Play, the Section Hard Card, the Section Dress Code and the Section Cell phone regulation.
This event is listed as a WAGR® counting event for amateurs.
You must sign up as a pro-am team. Eligible Players: The term “eligible player” is defined, for this Championship, as: (1) all Pacific Northwest Section, PGA of America members (except those classified as “F” or “Reserve”); (2) all PNW Section, PGA of America associates with full Section Playing Privileges; (3) all Amateurs (as defined by the USGA) with current USGA handicap indexes. Contestants entering as amateurs may not accept professional prize money.
Eagle Crest Resort
1522 Cline Falls Rd
Redmond, OR 97756
Rate: $159 Double Queen/$179 One Bedroom King Suite/ $229 Two Bedroom Condo/ $279 Three Bedroom Condo/ $359 Four Bedroom Condo (+ 17.8.0% lodging tax/assessment charge)
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This championship dates back to 1905 when George Smith was the first to win the title. Over the years a number of fantastic players have won the championship such as Tommy Armour, Chuck Congdon, Al Zimmerman, Bob Duden, Rick Acton, and PGA Tour Player Peter Jacobsen. It was considered a PGA Tour event in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
- Most tournament wins: Bob Duden (8): 1952, 1953, 1959, 1962, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1973
- Tournament scoring record: Brian Nosler (198) in 2009
Past Champions and Results
‘*’ denotes won as amateur
|2022||Jeff Gove||207||2022 results||2022 news|
|2021||Kennedy Swann||205||2021 results||2021 news|
|2020||Brady Sharp||139 (36-hole event)||2020 results||2020 news|
|2019||Reid Hatley||215||2019 results||2019 news|
|2018||Colin Inglis||209||2018 results||2018 news|
|2017||Russell Grove||203||2017 results||2017 news|
|2016||Ryan Benzel||209||2016 results||2016 news|
|2015||David Lebeck||207||2015 results||2015 news|
|2014||Derek Barron||208||2014 results||2014 news|
|2013||Hans Reimers *||210||2013 results||2013 news|
|2012||Brian Thornton||204||2012 results||2012 news|
|2011||Reid Martin *||208||2011 results|
|2010||Derek Berg *||209||2010 results|
|2009||Brian Nosler||198||2009 results|
|2008||Corey Prugh||211||2008 results|
|2007||Josh Immordino||204||2007 results|
|2006||Scott Krieger||205||2006 results|
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