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About the PNGA

The Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) was founded on February 4, 1899. It is a 501c3 charitable, international, amateur golf association dedicated to preserving the true spirit of golf by supporting its allied associations, conducting quality championships, and promoting activities beneficial to golfers in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.... Read More

From the Pages of PNW Golfer

Rock Creek Recognized by Pacific Northwest Golfer Magazine

Rock Creek #16
Nov 2018 PNW Golfer Cover

Par-4 16th hole selected

In the November issue of Pacific Northwest Golfer magazine, the par-4 16th hole at The Club at Rock Creek in Coeur d'Alene, Ida. is recognized as one of the "Great Holes of the Northwest"...

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Featured Writer

  • Jim Sutherland
    JIM SUTHERLAND: During a long career in journalism, Jim Sutherland has been editor of magazines such as Vancouver, Western Living and the Vancouver Sun's weekend Mix section... Read More

Reigning PNGA Champions (*2018 winner)

PNGA Cup
* OGA
Mitchell Baldridge
Senior Men's Amateur
* Tom Brandes
Bellevue, WA
Super Senior Men's Am
* Carey Watson
Bend, Ore.
Men's Master-40 Amateur
* Darren Kuhn
Pocatello, ID
Men's Amateur
* Mitchell Baldridge
Edgewood, WA
Women's Amateur
* Gigi Stoll
Tigard, OR
Women's Mid-Amateur
* Amanda Jacobs
Portland, OR
Junior Girls' Amateur
* Cosette Anderson
Bellevue, WA
Junior Boys' Amateur
* Drew Warford
Snoqualmie, WA
Men's Mid-Amateur
* Reid Hatley
Hayden Lake, ID
Men's Senior Team
* Erik Hanson /
Craig Larson
Men's Super Sr Tm
* John Gallacher /
Gudmund Lindbjerg
Women's Senior Team
* Ginny Burkey
Leilani Norman
Women's Super Sr Tm
* Mary Ryan /
Sun Douthit
Senior Women's Amateur
* Jackie Little
Procter, B.C.
Super Senior Women's
* Holly Horwood
Vancouver, B.C.

Gail (Harvey) Moore was a 2009 PNGA Hall of Fame inductee. She won three consecutive Canadian Girls’ Jr. titles, her first as a 16-year-old, and was a member of 21 provincial teams. In 1970, Gail won both the Canadian Ladies Amateur and the BC Ladies Amateur. She is also a member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Golf Hall of Fame of BC. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Full Hall of Fame: thepnga.org/awards-and-honors-home/hall-of-fame/
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Gail (Harvey) Moore was a 2009 PNGA Hall of Fame inductee. She won three consecutive Canadian Girls’ Jr. titles, her first as a 16-year-old, and was a member of 21 provincial teams. In 1970, Gail won both the Canadian Ladies Amateur and the BC Ladies Amateur. She is also a member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Golf Hall of Fame of BC. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Full Hall of Fame: thepnga.org/awards-and-honors-home/hall-of-fame/

Kent Myers of Salem, Ore. was inducted into the PNGA Hall of Fame in 2001. Known for his “optional” behind-the-back putting style, Kent won more than 150 competitions over four decades including two PNGA titles. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Full Hall of Fame: thepnga.org/awards-and-honors-home/hall-of-fame/
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Kent Myers of Salem, Ore. was inducted into the PNGA Hall of Fame in 2001. Known for his “optional” behind-the-back putting style, Kent won more than 150 competitions over four decades including two PNGA titles. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Full Hall of Fame: thepnga.org/awards-and-honors-home/hall-of-fame/
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