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PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship

PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship

2017 PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship

August 14-18, 2017
Sandpines Golf Links| Florence, OR

Lodging: Call (800) 422-5091 for reservations at Driftwood Shores Resort using group name “PNGA Junior Amateur.” A special rate of $110/night (Single Queen), or $155/night (Double Queen) is being offered to contestants.
Online reservations can be made HERE by using Group Code: 254107 and Pin: 8263. Reservation cut-off date is July 24, 2017.

Format: The Championship will be conducted in two stages:

  • Stroke Play – All players must complete the 36-hole stroke play qualifying. Flights and seeds will be determined by 36-hole qualifying scores. In the event of a tie for the Qualifying Medalist, duplicate medals will be awarded and seeding will be determined randomly. In the event of a tie for the final spot(s) in the Championship Flight (32 players), a sudden-death playoff will commence to determine the qualifier(s). Ties other than for the final spot(s) in the Championship Flight will be determined randomly.
    Note: If an uneven number of contestants enter and the formation of equal match play flights is not possible, an alternate format may be used for the final flight. An alternate format may include additional stroke play rounds or fewer match play matches. *All players qualify for match play
  • Match Play – The General Numerical Draw will be in effect. All matches are 18 holes and will be played at scratch (no handicaps). The Championship Flight will play two 18-hole matches (if you continue to win) Wednesday and Thursday, and a 36-hole Championship Match on Friday. All remaining flights will play one 18-hole match each day. Championship Flight consists of 32 players, all other flights consist of 8 players each.
    Note: This is a single elimination format, there will be no drop flights.

Age Limit: Entrants must be 18 years of age or younger on August 18, 2017

Handicap Limit: 24.4

Field Limit: 144 (Includes Junior Girls’ Amateur.) In the Boys’ Championship, the field fill method (Exempt players, then by order of entry receipt) will be used to fill the field of 96. Note: The PNGA reserves the right to modify the field limits in either championship to attain a full field size of 144.

Entry Fee: $160.00 (U.S. Funds)

Entry Deadline: July 24, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. (PDT)

Entry Includes: Guaranteed at least three rounds of championship play (2-stroke play and 1-match play), practice round, tee-prize, range balls,lunch following round two play, Kusak crystal for all flight champions and flight runner-ups and awards ceremony cake and ice cream.


  • Champion earns an exemption into the 2018 PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship
  • Champion earns an exemption into the 2019-2022 PNGA Junior Boys’ Amateur Championship
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AJGA Performance Based Entry

Boys’ Champion – 4 Stars
Boys’ Runner-up & Semifinalists – 1 Star


Past Champions:
2016 The Home Course Gabe Spach
2015 Wildhorse Resort Joshua Gliege
2014 Emerald Valley Golf & Resort Sam Warkentin
2013 Bear Mountain Resort Frank Garber
2012 Port Ludlow Golf Club Kevin Vigna
2011 Sunriver Resort Kevin Murphy
2010 Oakbrook Golf and Country Club Dominick Francks
2009 University of Idaho Golf Club Zach Wanderscheid
2008 Mill Creek Country Club William Holdridge
2007 Burley Municipal Golf Club Jens Bracht
2006 Port Ludlow Golf Club Eric Grimberg
2005 Homestead Farms Resort Andrew Yun
2004 Spokane Country Club Brad Blakley
2003 Glendoveer Golf Club Dustin Andres
2002 Dungeness Golf Course Reid Rader
2001 University of Idaho Golf Club Alex Prugh
2000 Beach Grove Golf Club Colin Gilliam
1999 Penticton Golf and Country Club Ryan Weber
1998 Pinecrest Golf Club Reid Hatley
1997 Skagit Golf and Country Club Andrew Douglas
1996 Rock Creek Country Club Anthony Arvidson
1995 Yellowstone Country Club Brian Nosler
1994 Penticton Golf and Country Club Michael Hastings
1993 Yakima Elks Golf and Country Club Stephen Smith
1992 Fairwood Golf and Country Club Mark Worthington
1991 Arrowhead Golf Club Jason Hryniuk
1990 Penticton Golf and Country Club Bryan McRee
1989 Fort Lewis Golf Club Peter Wooding
1988 Skagit Golf and Country Club Jim Reilly
1987 Clarkston Golf and Country Club Patrick Brownfield
1986 Portland Golf Club Tim Cruikshank
1985 Rainier Golf and Country Club Don Christensen
1984 Glendale Country Club Jim Strickland
1983 Gallagher’s Canyon Golf Resort Gregg Patterson
1982 Yakima Country Club Gregg Patterson
1981 Mt. Hood Golf Club Brad Leiken
1980 Everett Golf and Country Club Scott Geroux
1979 Vancouver Golf Club Todd Erwin
1978 Wenatchee Golf and Country Club John Bodenhamer
1977 Oswego Lake Country Club Storm Gleim
1976 Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club Fred Couples
1975 Olympia Country and Golf Club Jim Light
1974 Seymour Golf and Country Club Jon Heselwood
1973 Eugene Country Club John Ford
1972 Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Don Wiggins
1971 Rainier Golf and Country Club Richard Flink
1970 Marine Drive Golf Club Rocky Chapman
1969 Corvallis Country Club Jeff Ellis
1968 Walla Walla Country Club Craig Griswold
1967 Longview Country Club Dave Miller
1966 Eugene Country Club Arnold Billingsley
1965 Wenatchee Golf and Country Club Mike Spang
1964 Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club Doug Robb
1963 Tualatin Country Club Scott Smith
1962 Fircrest Golf Club Rob Ashman
1961 Yakima Country Club Ron Coleman
1960 Broadmoor Golf Club Bruce Richards
1959 Capilano Golf and Country Club Larry Lee
1958 Walla Walla Country Club Larry Lee
1957 Tualatin Country Club Bill Warner
1956 Tacoma Country and Golf Club Tom Minger
1955 Tacoma Country and Golf Club Ted Puetz
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