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Darren and Erin did not make the cut. Patrick tied for 15th with rounds of and Kris tied for 12th shooting Merrill and Joan Teats were the co-captains. More than 1, athletes attended the awards ceremony in Spokane on January 25th. Spencer was stung by a bee and his arm really swelled up, but he continued to play with the help of a local doctor, a member of Odgen CC, who happened to be watching the competition.
Washington finished sixth with a while Southern California won at Playing for Washington in temperatures that reached degrees, but surviving with tremendous stamina and competitiveness were Tracy Hanson ; Mary Jo Rollins ; Jennifer Meyer ; and Valerie Stull British Columbia had three younger girls, ages 13 to 17, due to a scheduling conflict. Two Washington boys made the cut at , with Greg Raleigh qualifying in 31st place at and Jim Tegeler qualifying 59th with a In match play, Greg won his first match and Jim lost his as both ran into tough competition in the match-play rounds.
Tracy made the cut at , but lost her first match and they all had a great time. Matt and Craig made the final cut in San Diego, and Matt ended up tying for 23rd at and Craig placed 38th with a The Washington Junior Golf Foundation was created to build a permanent endowment fund to help provide an additional source of future funding for junior golf.
Lela Griggs, Erick Hainsworth, Mrs. The host course was Oakbrook, assisted by Fircrest and North Shore.
Cartagena Spain NightlifeThirty-six golfers from six local qualifying sites played 36 holes at Yakima CC with Bill Howard of Richland and David Putney of Yakima winning all-expenses paid trips to Texarkana, Arkansas, for the national finals. Pre-qualifying allowed spots for 36 boys and 15 girls.
At nationals at Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Tracy finished seventh after rounds of Washington finished fourth with Amy Elieff leading the way with a Washington finished fourth with Matt Bunn posting a , followed by Rick Vaughan , Scott Johnson , and Matt Bergstrom Merrill Teats served as the team captain.
Matt was awarded the Al Mengert Inspirational Award. Joan Teats was the team captain. Rick Vaughan and Matt Bergstrom made the cut at to be honored to be among the top 64 juniors in the country. Rick lost in the first round of match play, but Matt went to the third round. Mary Jo lost in the first round and Tracy in the second, but both had very close matches and a great golfing experience.
Matt finished at as did Rick at with Scott at The Frank Rodia Memorial Tournament was developed as a tribute to Frank Rodia, a professional golfer and a long-time supporter of junior golf. Juniors, both boys and girls, from Washington, Oregon and Montana played in age divisions from 8 to 17 in what has become a perfect way to top off the summer golf season in a beautiful setting.
Cilla Joondeph was named president of the Board. Playing for Washington in the tournament in Edmonton, Alberta were Becky Gardner, who continued her strong play to lead the team at , Vicki Strada , Mendy Cooper , and Nicole Materne Washington placed sixth with Bill Meyer acting as coach and captain, and the players being Spencer Leu , Rick Vaughan , Scott Johnson and Tom Pidduck Spencer won the Al Mengert Inspirational Award.
Playing for Washington were David Putney , Spencer Leu , Jamie Follen and Scott Johnson in the first year the tournament went to just four players per team instead of five. Joan Teats served as the captain. It was deemed a great success with seven terrific prizes and therefore seven happy winners, and another was planned for the following year.
Ron Hoetmer and his professional staff at Overlake took good care of the juniors, and Joan Teats was the tournament director. With Wyoming in the field for the first time, there now were 18 teams competing. Heather Graff, 14, from Kennewick took fourth individually with rounds of Johnson later received an exemption into the national event, so his spot from the Pacific Northwest sectional was awarded to Mark Worthington.
His rounds of earned him a trip to Japan to play in the first Japan Cup. Junior Championships, and Darren Slackman of Colbert made it to the first round. Caroline Spiegelberg and Becky Gardner, both of Tacoma, also made the match-play portion of the tournament. Joan Teats and Chris Neery served as co-captains. Three new WJGA directors were named.
The raffle, again under the capable leadership of Michelyn Lund, broke the record set in Shirley Serwold was the tournament chairman. Washington finished a strong fourth, just one stroke from winning a medal. Junior Championships to reach the final 32 in the field.
Darin Vaughan of Spokane also qualified for match play. Darin Vaughn of Spokane tied for seventh with rounds of and won an all-expenses paid trip to the third Japan Cup played at Fuji Country Syuga Club. The format was changed for the tournament, using four age divisions for both boys and girls. Trophies were awarded to first, second and third place in each division.
The older groups played 36 holes and the younger kids played Matt Thurmond of Burlington, and Chris Jansen of Chelalis won the right to represent Washington at the national tournament, and did it under the watchful eye of Steve Conway who was representing the Independent Insurance Agents. Players arrived at 6 a. Carts were provided for each player by Key Bank and that helped to make it all work.
Chris Neery, who put her heart and soul into this major project, was the event coordinator and deserves much thanks. Rick gave a short clinic for the marathon players. All three children — Kirk, Bryan and Shelly — played in WJGA, then all graduated from college with financial help from golf scholarships. In college, they played four years of varsity golf and held jobs on the side to help with school expenses.
Shelly was named an Academic All-American at Kansas. Heather Graff defended her title in the age group at the 17th annual State Championship, which were conducted by District Four with Meadow Springs CC the host club. The award was renamed in honor of founder and outgoing executive director, Joan Teat, and was based on the same criteria.
Sisters Molly Cooper and Mendy Cooper tied for fifth individually and the Washington team finished a stroke out of first place with Colorado winning at and Washington at Chris Neery served as captain. Dusty Brett of Tacoma finished sixth overall with scores of Washington finished in a tie for seventh, but had a great time. The qualifier was held at Gold Mountain GC and Canterwood CC as there were more divisions playing — , , , boys and girls.
The winning boy and girl from each district received a plaque from the Optimists. Forest Simon of Tacoma offered great help as the Optimist Club representative. Juniors from Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington were invited to this unique and special event that included 36 holes of stroke play, a horserace, banquet and trophies in each division.
Alan Patterson in charge. Molly, 15 at the time, shot in qualifying and then won five matches to advance to the final, where she was finally beaten by the medalist, Kelli Kuehne, 5 and 3. WJGA provided the caddies for the event and the juniors got to see some great golfers up close. Jim Roberts and Brad Graff retired from the board.
Inductees are individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to amateur golf in the Northwest. Joan has volunteered her services for 19 years to WJGA. She has served as a member of the U. Jeff Neyenhouse was the tournament chairman. Washington tied for fifth with Northern California and Mexico, shooting a respectable We just needed to stay out of the lava beds!
Chris Neery served as the captain. Washington led by a stroke after the first day and just built on that the next two rounds. Dusty Brett of Tacoma led the way with a 5-under-par He dedicated much of his extra time to the advancement of junior golfers, and also played an integral role in the foundation of WJGA.
With his help, WJGA today is recognized as one of the finest junior golf organizations in the nation, and provides competitive opportunities for more than 1, boys and girls. He was a Director of that organization from until his death. Dusty Brett, on his home course, and Kelli Kamimura of Burlington were the big winners in the age group.
Jeannie Brett and Chris Neery were co-chairmen of the tournament. Chris Neery was the team captain. After nine years, Washington still holds a series edge. Chris Neery was the team captain, assisted by Mike Peluso. Jerry Fehr was the team captain. It was a hole tournament except for the and-under age group, which played 18 holes nine each day , and Maxfli had tee gifts for all contestants.
The medalists were given their choice of playing in Florida or California. Andy Hastings of Spokane was low with There were six age divisions and Washington was allocated 50 spots in the tournament. After this year, Washington will no longer send players to this tournament. The objective of the qualifying tournaments was to have the best players fill the available spots in competition.
Some new directors for WJGA came aboard in Washington was the host once again for the Girls Junior Americas Cup, just as it had been at inception of the team matches, now in their 19th year. A full field of 18 teams competed at Mill Creek CC. Washington was just a stroke behind the two teams that tied for third.
Ryan Benzel, Ritzville, led the Washington team with scores of Washington now leads the series Junior Girls, which this year had a total of entries. Taya won two matches and made it to the round of Among the group, Ryan Moore of Puyallup at and Lani Elston of Snohomish at were the winners. And in the group, the best scores were turned in by Matt Schiller of Spokane at 79 and Amy Wang of Kirkland at The trip to Florida was won by Kris Rojecki of Vashon with rounds of Britney Holt chose the trip to San Diego, shooting Zach Cazier of Spokane fired a and picked the Florida tournament.
Sprague Kolp of Woodinville won the San Diego trip, shooting The age group winners were Eli Zackheim of Portland, Ore. Olin GC in Alton, Ill. WJGA welcomed new directors to its board. Stromstad and Joseph Templeman. Teaching juniors about investing in the future of this great game is fundamental and WJGA started doing this through turf grass research.
Jerry Fehr served as team captain. Ladies Team matches at Semiahmoo. Brandon Smith of Veradale finished in 13th place individually with a , and he was followed by teammates Derek Berg of Duvall , John Robertson of Olympia and Ryan Camp of Spokane There were total entries and then in the final field. Kelli Kamimura of Burlington made it to the quarterfinals, and in the second round she beat Jimin Kang of Shoreline.
Most chose to play at the Junior World tournament in San Diego. Carol has been a wonderful source of information about the WJGA from its beginning as well as an untiring volunteer. He gives rules seminars around the state, helps at many golfing events, and works endlessly in support of WJGA. With the ever-increasing number of interested juniors, qualifying tournaments have been started in the three largest districts — Two, Five and Six.
Bill Patton of District Four deserves a special thanks for developing a computer program that greatly facilitated the flow of information from tournament sites to the WJGA office. It significantly helped all the tournament directors administer their events. There were new WJGA directors in virtually all the districts.
Alan Patterson and George Price, Jr. And in District Five, Ron Peterson retired as marketing director. Turfgrass and golf course management classes now are being taught in 20 high schools for potential college credits. New WJGA age divisions were installed, with both boys and girls competing in , , , and divisions as opposed to the old , , and system.
Stephanie Linnell of Skagit tied for 13th among the 72 players with an Among the group, David Fern of Spokane at and Lauren Ressler of Bellingham at were the winners. Lauren Ressler of Sudden Valley at was the overall winner for the girls. Of the total membership, , or more than 60 percent, come from public courses. Of the active members, were boys and were girls, and qualified for the state championship.
Lindsay Morgan of Walla Walla did a good job by winning four matches to reach the semifinals of the 51st U. Junior Girls Championships, which were held in Maryland. Lani Elston of Spokane and Lauren Ressler of Bellingham also qualified for the match-play competition. A scheduling conflict with the state championship prevented Washington from entering a team in the Girls Junior Americas Cup matches in Las Vegas.
Out of 93 competitors, the four from WJGA were the only foreign competitors. And in District Six, R. Washington leads the overall series with British Columbia Chris Neery was the team captain and was assisted by Mike Peluso. Washington finished fifth out of 12 teams.
Junior Boys Championships in Pennsylvania. Camp had a in qualifying and Bill Witte had a Among the girls, the winners included Stephanie Linnell of Burlington at , and Cassie Castleman of Oregon at In the age group, there was a tie between Stephanie Johns of Oregon at and Kim Shin of Shoreline at , and Tia Gannon of Oregon won the division at Also qualifying for nationals out of Canterwood was Ryan Keeney at , and David Fern, at earned a spot out of the qualifier at Manito in Spokane.
Putnam and Fern lost in the first round and Keeney did not make it to match play. Washington beat the strong Northern California team by one stroke and Michael Putnam of University Place had a for top honors. Washington last won the Hogan Cup in The last time the event was in Washington was in , and that was also at Sahalee.
Bob Kelliher was the Sahalee general chairman, and Jerry Fehr was the team captain for Washington and tournament chairman. Membership has now reached 1, with boys and girls who actively played in at least one event. There were members who qualified for the state championship.
The largest number of members came from Jackson Park with 44 and North Shore Of the 1, WJGA members, , or 60 percent, were from public courses. They replaced Caren Mackenzie and Bill Patton. However, Bill moved to the position of financial and technical advisor and Caren moved into the marketing director spot as Carol Morgan of Walla Walla retired.
Memorial contributions were made in honor of Lee Bennett, Dr. The Turfgrass and Golf Course Management training program is now in its fourth year of pilot testing and has grown to include 49 high schools and offers potential college credit, scholarships and summer jobs.
This event was beautifully organized and marked the first time that the State Championship was contested entirely on public courses. Chris Neery was the team captain with assistance from by Mike Peluso. Lani Elston of Spokane qualified with a 76 and then won two matches. Lauren Ressler of Bellingham qualified with a 76 and then won one match.
Sung Ea Lee of Tacoma qualified with a 76 , but then lost her first match. Stephanie Wei of Bellevue, with a 77 , and Katie Brophy of Spokane, with a 78 , did not qualify for match play. Washington discontinued sending players to the Optimist International tournament in Florida this year. Among the girls, Sarah Bassett of Manito won the division at Joan Teats was in charge of the festivities.
The WJGA website www. This program went statewide in There were new WJGA directors in three districts. Each PGA section will send its top boy and girl to Westfield. There will be no local qualifiers by district, instead it becomes a section championship by invitation only, with invitations based on playing results in the previous season.
Two hole rounds will be held in one day, same as in the past. Congratz to our fabulous girls! Our boys finished seventh in this elite field of players from the western US, Canada, and Mexico. Our team always enjoys this very tight and challenging course. This year, the course got the best of us, and we finished 9th out of 12 teams.
Turfgrass classes are being taught in more than 56 high schools in Washington, and is its fifth year of pilot testing in high schools. Doing so eliminated great amounts of paper going through the mail and the change was very well received. This year the Canada team reversed the results of and came away with a victory. Reid shot great scores of 68 and 69 to win the boys title by two strokes over Tom McAndrews, Colbert.
Washington players who made the cut after the first 54 holes were Alex Prugh, who finished a strong 13th, and Craig Leslie who placed 47th. Ron was an original director for WJGA, and has been instrumental in much of the success attained by the organization. WJGA thanks all the retiring directors for the contributions they have made to the program over the years.
At the Ohio national event Reid finished in a strong 13th place. Congratulations to Sung Ea Lee, the first Washington girl to win this championship. Despite a trying few hours on Thursday caused by thunderstorms in the Spokane area, the tournament was completed on schedule and we say some exciting golf.
Both Kristen and Sung shot fine hole totals of Tragically Luke lost his life in a traffic accident just five days later. Joan was honored as the founder of this event. Kim Shin, Shoreline, was the low scorer with a hole total of The Washington team placed seventh in the field of seventeen teams. The four team members and team captain Jerry Fehr left Spokane the morning after the State Championship and drove through some fantastic Canadian scenery on the way to Calgary.
The team finished in sixth place, just three strokes from earning medals for a tie for second place. The Most Valuable Player Award went to Brady Sharp, Port Orchard, who shot a fine hole total of , highlighted by a final round of 72 on a very cold day. Washington captured silver medals by tying for second place with Southern California and Idaho. Low scorer for the team was Zach Bixler, Richland, with scores of on the very testing course at Riverside.
The low scorer in Spokane was Alex Prugh who shot great rounds of 70 and 66 to win medallist honors by seven strokes over Tom McAndrews, Colbert, who gained the other spot at the national tournament. At Canterwood the medallist was Kyle Forbes, Sumner, who shot rounds of 72 and The other qualifying position went to Kyle Stanley, Gig Harbor.
At the national event in Georgia, Alex Prugh was the only Washington boy to make the cut to match play. Both Kim Shin, Shoreline and Renee Skidmore, Everett qualified with fine scores of 78 on the very difficult course, followed very closely by the other two qualifiers with scores of 79, which were Amy Wang, Kirkland and Natalie Todd, Redmond.
In New Jersey, the only player to make the cut to 64 for match play was Kim Shin who qualified with a hole score of and won one match before losing in the second round. We appreciate all of the loyal volunteers, including many experienced WJGA players, who come out in some cold and wet conditions to help run these early season events.
Registration was again successfully completed on-line, thanks to the timeless volunteer efforts of Bill Patton, assisted capably by staff members Pam Mowbray and Chris Neery. The United States team consisting of players from Washington and Oregon defeated the Canadian team from British Columbia and Alberta by a margin.
Conner and Joel both had totals, one under par for the day. Kim shot fine rounds of for a total of to win by a five-stroke margin. Joel Dahmen was the only Washington player to make the hole cut in San Diego, and had a very fine T place finish, which helped him gain Player of the Year honors at the end of the season.
We were indeed fortunate to have Nancy Frost as Tournament Chair, ably assisted by husband Mark and a large group of loyal helpers. Bordeaux, age 15, Tacoma, by a single stroke. Our team finished in a very respectable 4th place, just one stroke behind the bronze medal team from Hawaii.
This team handled the heat very well and finished in a tie for third place with Southern California, thus bringing home bronze medals. At the national tournament Zach Bixler shot great qualifying scores of 73 and 75 to qualify for match play easily. Zach won his first match and then lost a close match to the eventual champion, Brian Harman from Savannah, Georgia.
Both Blair and Kim advanced to match play by finishing in the top 64 after the tough hole qualifying rounds. The event honors long-time golf pro Frank Rodia who devoted major effort to the growth of junior golf in both Washington and California. Brock was the only member of the team that won each of his matches.
We always appreciate the dedicated volunteers, including many experienced WJGA players, who come out in some challenging conditions to help run these early season qualifiers. Registration on-line keeps moving along smoothly, thanks to the timeless volunteer efforts of Bill Patton, assisted capably by staff member Pam Mowbray.
Kyle had a total, four under par for the day. Blair shot fine rounds of for a total of to win by a six-stroke margin. These extra points helped Kyle to gain the Player of the Year for Our team finished in a very respectable 6th place. This finished in a tie for fifth place with British Columbia. At the national tournament Kyle and Brad both made the cut.
Kyle won his first match and then lost a close match to Brian Harman from Savannah, Georgia. Jacob Koppenberg, Everett, defeated Corey Mehl, Sammamish in sudden death on the first playoff hole. Of special note for Next came a victory in the Western Amateur near Chicago, but the best was yet to come. In late July Ryan was the hole qualifying medalist at the U.
In the finals he overcame a four-hole deficit, and won 2 up with the help of three birdies in the last four holes. Open and the British Open, having earned exemptions into all three events. We thank them all. Our on-line registration process continued to be a great success, constantly being improved by the talent and efforts of Bill Patton, Pam Mowbray and Chris Curtiss.
Annie Brophy was the only Washington player to make the cut to match play. The only Washington boy to qualify for the national tournament in Massachusetts was Alexander Moore, Richland. Alexander qualified for match play, but lost a very tough match in the first round to Jean-Phillippe Paiement from California, 1 down. This hole event determined which 4 boys and 4 girls would represent Washington in the age divisions in San Diego.
Joel declined the trip to San Diego. Christine Cho, Kent, led the girls with a score of Annie Brophy qualified for San Diego, but declined because of a conflict. In San Diego five of our eight participants made the cut for the final day. Those players were Chris Evans, T. The Wenatchee Golf and Country Club was the host, and a fantastic job was done by the fine committee led by tournament chair Theresa Palmer.
Bordeaux, Tacoma and Dustin Poe, Spokane. Joel was the individual winner of this great event with scores of for a total of under par The team Captain was Jerry Fehr, and the Washington team finished in second place winning the silver medals. Nick Grigsby was the low Washington player with scores of that placed him in a tie for third place in the individual competition.
Under the direction of Pro Ron Stull and Tournament Director Lorna Martinson, this great event is conducted in memory of Frank Rodia, who spent many years of his career promoting junior golf. A highlight of this event is the Horse Race held after the first round where boys and girls of all age divisions mix into three-player teams. Of Special Note for As of Fall , both Michael and Ryan Moore have now turned professional, and are off to fantastic starts in their new careers!
Way to go Michael and Ryan! Pre-season qualifying tournaments were eliminated with all districts returning to a first-come, first -served basis. Our membership was up from last year and as always we thank the hundreds of volunteers who make the program possible. Washington members of this team, captained by Chris Curtiss, were: June 26 was the date of the qualifying tournaments to determine the players that got to attend the USGA national championships in Andrew was the only one to make the cut to match play.
He then went on to win four matches, losing in the semifinals to the eventual champion, Phillip Francis. None of the Washington entrants qualified for match play. Katrina Hegge led the Tumwater qualifier for the girls, but declined the trip to San Diego because of a scheduling conflict. In San Diego Andrew Putnam and Jordan Allyne made the cut for the final day and finished in 19th and 18th places respectfully.
The tournament chair was Jennifer von Doehren who did a fabulous job. Her fine committees assured a very successful event for the WJGA members who participated. In a rare win by a 14 year old, Lauren Sewell, Renton, shot very low scores of for a total of to win by a nine-stroke margin over her nearest competitor.
Jim von Doehren was again the captain of our team that finished in 8th place. Members of the team were: Patty Curtiss acted as team captain for our girls who finished 5th in a strong field of 17 teams. Severe weather caused the event to be shortened to 45 holes in lieu of the normal 54 holes. August 19 and 20 were the dates of the Hogan Cup matches.
This team, captained by Jerry Fehr, finished in a tie for 8th place. Low scorer for the Washington team was State Champion Alexander Moore with rounds of 75 and 73 on this very demanding course. Tournament chair Lorna Martinson and host PGA professional Ron Stull did a wonderful job conducting this great event that includes a horse race where boys and girls of various ages are paired in teams.
The weather was great and those that attended had a great time in this end of the season event. June 23 was the date of the qualifying tournaments to determine the players that got to attend the USGA national championships in At the national tournament both Cameron and Chris qualified for match play.
Cameron won one match to reach the round of 32, and Chris won three matches to reach the quarterfinals. In San Diego Chris Williams made the cut for the final day and finished in 27th place with a final total of The tournament chair was Don Fossum, assisted by Chris Curtiss, who did a fabulous job, as always.
Their fine committees assured a very successful event for the WJGA members who participated. Katrina Hegge, Seattle shot great scores of for a total of to win by a 5-stroke margin over her nearest competitor. Jim von Doehren was again the captain of our team that finished tied with Oregon once again for the gold medal.
Patty Curtiss acted as team captain with sister Chris as her Co-Captain for our girls who finished 6th in a strong field of 18 teams. August 18 and 19 were the dates of the Hogan Cup matches. This team, captained by Jerry Fehr, finished in 4th place.
Low scorer for the Washington team was Kevin Penner with rounds of 71 and 73 on this very demanding course. The future of the Frank Rodia event for is uncertain at this time. Nearly 1, juniors participated in the program greatly aided by a huge and loyal team of wonderful volunteers.
The Washington contingent was captained by Chris Curtiss. At the national tournament both Cameron and Kevin qualified for match play. Katrina qualified for match play and lost a tough match on the 19th hole. In San Diego all four boys made the cut for the final day. In the very strong international field Chris Williams finished 3rd, followed by Kevin Penner in 13th place, Reid Martin in 29th and Will Holdridge in 33rd place.
This was the strongest showing by our boys in this event. The tournament chair was Cyndi Kelly, assisted by Don Fossum. Their fine committees assured an outstanding event for the WJGA members who participated. Rui Li, Kent, shot great scores of for a total of to win by a three-stroke margin.
Jim von Doehren acted as captain of the team that placed 7th in the field of 17 teams. Patty Curtiss was the team captain and her team finished in 5th place in the strong field of 18 teams. This team captained by Jerry Fehr finished in a tie for 4th place with Northern California. The USA team defeated the Canadian girls by a score. This event includes six girls from Washington and six from Oregon competing against the Canadian team including girls from British Columbia and Alberta.
The only Washington qualifier was Zach Wanderscheid, Goldendale. Zach attended the national event at Trump National in New Jersey and even though he did not advance to match play he gained some valuable experience and had a great time. Peter Gullickson was the only player to make the cut in San Diego. Peter played very well to attain a top 30 finish in this great competition.
Long time tournament directors Janet Benson and Nancy Frost also played very significant roles in conducting a great tournament despite all-time record heat. Lauren Sewell, Renton, won her second state title with rounds of for a total of to gain a four- stroke margin over the field.
The Washington team placed 4th in a field of 18 teams. The Washington team, captained by Jim von Doehren, placed 5th in a field of 17 teams. This team had the best score in the final round on Sunday, and placed 4th in the team field. Tyler finished in a tie for 5th place in the individual portion of the competition with an even par score on this very demanding course.
Our Canadian hosts made the USA team feel very welcome. At the national tournament in Pinehurst, North Carolina the only qualifier for match play was Katie Lee who lost in the first round. All four players had a great time and enjoyed the opportunity to compete at this high level. Both players played some fine golf, but they did not qualify for match play. Carl Jonson, Garrett Howard and Alexis Keating made the cut to play in the final round at Torrey Pines, with Carl leading the Washington players with a 12th place finish in this very strong field of international competitors.
We extend our thanks to those facilities for providing wonderful support to our volunteers during tournament week. The Washington team, captained by Jim von Doehren, placed in a tie for 8th place. Team Captain Patty Curtiss led her team to a 7th place finish in the 18 team field. The team won bronze medals for a strong 3rd place finish in the 12 team field. This competition, which pairs six players from Washington and six from Oregon to be the USA team, is a match play foursome and four-ball event, in which that team plays against twelve players from British Columbia.
Washington players on the team were Chelsea Saelee, Seattle: These two girls traveled to the Olympia Fields CC in Olympia Fields, Illinois, where neither player made the cut to match play, but both made many new friends and enjoyed the experience of national competition.
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