Eugene Country Club
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Players' Welcome Barbecue
Player Lunch (Hosted)
7:30-9:27am (Morse Cup Team Photos TBD)
Player Lunch (Hosted)
Player Lunch (Hosted)
PCGA Trustee's Banquet
Players Lunch/Closing Ceremonies
Immediately Following Play
ADMISSION - Admission is
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2015 Pacific Coast Amateur Player Program (click on program above)
Robert Trent Jones-designed course plays host to 84 top-ranked international amateur golfers; Championship consists of 72-holes of stroke play over four days of competition; six Oregonians slated to compete on home soil
PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Eugene, OR)- The 49th installment of the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, hosted by the Oregon Golf Association, will take place at the historic Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Oregon from July 28th-31st, 2015.
Founded in 1899, Eugene Country Club is Oregon's second oldest golf club. Renovated in the late 1960's by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, Eugene Country Club has routinely been rated one of the best courses in the Pacific Northwest. The rolling, tree-lined design will be a challenge to 84 of the top-ranked amateurs in the world over the 72-hole, four-day stroke play competition. Only one player will have the opportunity to raise the Dr. Ed Updegraff trophy as overall champion at one of North America's most historic golfing events.Read More
Stanford Cardinal and PAC-12 Play of the Year, Maverick McNealy (Portola Valley, CA) has been awarded the 2014-2015 Haskins Award as the best collegiate golfer as voted upon by college players, coaches and the media.
Coming close to matching Tiger Woods for individual wins in a season by a Cardinal (6), McNealy joins an illustrious list of past winners including Hunter Mahan (2003), Graeme McDowell (2002), Matt Kuchar (1998), Tiger Woods (1996), Phil Mickelson (1990-92), Brad Faxon (1983) and Ben Crenshaw (1971-73).
McNealy has the lowest scoring average in the nation at 68.70, according to Golfstat.
“It is so humbling to be in the same conversation with the list of winners,” said McNealy, who earns an exemption into the 2015 Greenbrier Classic.
Congratulations to Maverick who was awarded the honor today (June 1st 2015) at The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla., host site of the 2015 NCAA Championship this past week.Read More
USA Walker Cup Captain John ‘Spider’ Miller to Speak at 2015 Pacific Coast Amateur
Former US Mid-Amateur and Walker Cup Team Member will address Pacific Coast Amateur field during Players Welcome Dinner; Miller has plans to view Championship until third round
PACIFIC COAST GOLF ASSOCIATION (Federal Way, WA) – 2015 Walker Cup Team Captain John ‘Spider’ Miller has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 2015 Pacific Coast Amateur Championship Players Welcome Banquet hosted by the Eugene Country Club and the Oregon Golf Association from July 28th-31st.Read More
PCGA Offices (Federal Way, WA)--A number of Pacific Coast Amateur commits excelled at the 2015 NCAA Regional Championships at various regions across the country. Leading the charge was Stanford's Maverick McNealy, who captured individual honors at Chapel Hill with rounds of 70-67-70-207. In Noblesville, IN, Jonathan Garrick of UCLA took home 3rd place honors with rounds of 69-68-73-210. In a stacked field in Lubbock, TX, KK Limbhasut of CAL narrowly missed a spot as an individual to the National Championships with rounds of 66-68-74-208. Limbhasut squared off in an individual playoff for a National Championship spot on the line but unfortunately lost. Rounding out the PAC Coast commits to play standout golf at Regionals was University of Washington's Jonathan Sanders. Sanders posted rounds of 72-72-68-212 in Bremerton, WA to finish T10.
The NCAA Championship Finals take place at the end of the month in Bremerton, FL. Goodluck to all past and present PAC Coast players who are heading south and see you all in July at Eugene CC.
Congratulations to 49th Pacific Coast Amateur commit and UNLV Rebel John Oda on being named the Mountain West Freshman of the Year.
Oda, from Honolulu, leads the Rebels in scoring average at 70.48 strokes per round, which ranks fourth in the Mountain West. In 11 events this season, he posted nine top-20 finishes, including seven top 10s.
PCGA Offices (Federal Way, WA)--Stanford University's Maverick McNealy, a 49th Pacific Coast Amateur competitor, captured the Pac-12 Individual title today, posting rounds of 65-68-68-61 (-18). McNealy, a standout for the Cardinal, lapped the talented field at the Pac-12's, topping his nearest competitor by 10 strokes. His final round 61 set a collegiate course record for a single round at Palouse Ridge GC.
Congratuations are in order for Maverick and the Stanford Cardinal on their victorious days.
The Pacific Coast Amateur and the PCGA Trustee's are saddened by the news Dr. Joe Salvo's passing. While playing the sport he loved, Dr. Joe left us far too early.
Dr. Joe was a current member of the Colorado Golf Association Board of Director's, currently acting as the Chairman for their Rules Committee. Dr. Joe was also actively involved with the Pacific Coast Amateur, perrenially trapsing across the Pacific Coast of North America to volunteer his time as a Rules Official and Trustee. His ability to brighten a room with him smile is a quality that will always been remember by those who knew him.
Rest in peace Dr. Joe.
PCGA Offices (Federal Way, WA)--2013 Pacific Coast Amateur alumnus James Fahy of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, lead the way for PAC Coast Alumni at the 2015 Oregon Duck Invitational last week.
Hosted by the Eugene CC, our upcoming host venue in July, the Oregon Duck Invitational featured a strong field who battled through rain soaking conditions at the challenging layout. Fahy, who last competed in the Pacific Coast Amateur in 2013 at the Capilano G&CC in West Vancouver, carded rounds of 71-72-71(214) to finish two-under-par, two shots back of individual champion and Scratch Player World No.1 Jon Rahm of Arizona State University.
Other PAC Coast Alum breaking the top twenty include:
- Byron Meth (4th)
- Xander Schauffele & Frank Garber (T5)
- Ryann Ree (10th)
- Kevin Murphy, Cheng-Tsung Pan, Corey Pereira and Brandon McIver (T11)
- Cody Blick & Jonathan Sanders (T17)
- Nicolo Galletti & Brian Jung (T19)
For final scores, please follow http://bit.ly/1xtK9gU
PCGA Offices (Federal Way, WA)-- San Jose State University's Cody Blick of Danville, CA claimed the rain-shortened Bandon Dunes Championship last week, posting impressive rounds of 65-73-138 (-6). Cody finished one stroke clear of his nearest competitor, claiming his fourth individual tournament as a member of the Spartans golf program.
PCGA Offices (Federal Way, WA) - Pacific Coast Alum and University of Texas Sophomore Beau Hossler from Mission Viejo, CA could not catch Alabama Crimson Tide's Robby Shelton at the SH Collegiate Masters hosted by UNLV last week, finishing tied for second with Arizona State's Jon Rahm, ranked number one in the Scratch Player World Amateur Ranking.
Hossler, who last played in the Pacific Coast Amateur in 2012 when it was hosted by Bandon Dunes in Bandon, OR, fired rounds of 71-68-68-207 (-9) to land six strokes back of Shelton at -15. Hossler did however lead the Texas Longhorns to a team victory.
Other PAC Coast alums in the field included Kurt Kitayama (T11), Eric Sugimoto (T30), Lorens Chan (T34), AJ McInerney (T34), Nicol Galletti (T64) and Taylor Montgomery (T66)
Cameron Park, CA native cards final round 67 to finish the Championship at -19 breaking the lowest gross score record held for 11 years;
Matt Hansen of Los Osos, CA and Lorens Chan of Honolulu, HI finish tied for runner-up
Flagstaff, AZ. (Pacific Coast Amateur)- Corey Pereira showed no signs of final round pressure, posting a three-under 67 en-route to becoming crowned the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur Champion at the Pine Canyon Club.Read More
Morse Cup Team Champions
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GOLF ASSOCIATION
Mark Anguiano, Jonathan Sanders & Byron Meth