Colin Inglis wins Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship

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Golfers enjoy a view of the Three Sisters Mountains from tee 16 at Tokatee Golf Club. [Rob Romig/The Register-Guard, file]

Colin Inglis of Shadow Hills Country Club won the Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship last week, spinning 13-under for three days at Arrowhead Golf Club in Molalla.

Inglis, a Churchill High School graduate, shot rounds 64-68-68-200 and won the 54-hole event three shots ahead of Austin Hurt of Wing Point Golf and Country Club in Bainbridge Island, Washington.

Last week’s victory crowned an outstanding summer for Inglis, who won the Rosauers Open Invitational in July and landed in the top 10 of all section majors. He took home the $ 10,000 prize pool and will advance to the 2022 PGA Professional Championship at OMNI Barton Creek Resort and Spa next April in Austin, Texas.

Next spring’s top 20 national events will automatically qualify for a spot in the 104th PGA Championship at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Inglis, whose younger sister Caroline played for the Oregon Women’s Golf Team, finished 10th in the 2007 OSAA Class 5A State Championship as a senior.

Golfers turn in holes in one on the courses in the area

Several golfers recently played hole in one at Fiddler’s Green Golf Center.

Veneta’s Shaun Wooley used an 8 iron to hit the 115-yard seventh hole for his first hole in a golf course in 20 years.

Eugene’s Clayton Kayser used a gap wedge to hit the 119 yard fifth hole for his first hole in a golf course in 15 years.

Eugene’s Rod Palmer used a wedge to hit the 17th 50 yard hole for his first hole in four years of golf.

Michael Ferris used a pitching wedge to crack the 97-yard 13th hole.

Reed Baxter of Eugene scored his first hole in one in two years of golf using a 9 iron to crack the 120 yard six hole

Springfield’s Gene Esau used a pitching wedge to crack the 87-yard 13th hole and played from a variety of tees. It was his first ace in his first year of golf.

At the Shadow Hills Country Club, Eugene’s Ed Reynolds used a 9 iron to hit the 131 yards eighth hole. It was his third career ace. Also at Shadow Hills, Junction City’s Wendy Jensen used a rescue club to hit the 122-yard hole 16 for her first hole in a golf course in 12 years.

At Tokatee Golf Club, Bend’s Matt Adams used a 5-iron to hit the 189-yard eighth hole for his first career hole-in-one. At Tokatee, too, Ron Reeves used a pitching wedge to crack the 99-yard 17-hole for his first career hole-in-one.

At Middlefield Golf Course, Seal Rock’s Dan Strom used a pitching wedge to hit the seventh 90-yard hole for his first career hole in 46 years of golf.

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