Hatley Wins Oregon Open Invitational in Playoff!

Host Professional Jerrel Grow, Champion Reid Hatley, sponsor Christa Wicks of AMA Golf, sponsor Mike Worden of Sun Mountain/CMC Golf/Skechers/Golf Buddy

Reid Hatley of Hayden Lake CC birdied the first hole of a playoff on Pronghorn’s Fazio Course against Pat O’Donnell of Arrowhead GC and Darren Slackman of The Creek at Qualchan.

Hatley birdied the 54th hole to join the playoff with O’Donnell and Slackman and capture the Oregon Open Invitational title, his first Pacific Northwest Section PGA major win.

Winning the team competition of best two of four is PGA Professional Troy Flateau of NW Golf Consulting, PGA Professional Caleb Kraus of The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, amateur Mason Koch and amateur Don Houghton.

Caleb Kraus and Mason Koch won the team Four-Ball competition as well.

The tournament at Pronghorn tconsisted of 52 teams competing in a 36-hole best two of four net team competition, Pro-Am Four-Ball as well as 54-hole individual competition.

Final scores: https://2019secoregonopen.golfgenius.com

Champion Reid Hatley
Champion Reid Hatley


The Pacific Northwest PGA is proud to have a supporting field of sponsors including Greg Norman, Legendary Headwear, AMA Golf, Sundog Eyewear, Sun Mountain, Sketchers, CMC, EPEC Golf, and Zeus Rangefinder Batteries.

History of the Championship

This championship dates back to 1905 when sheep mowed the fairways at Waverley CC. George Smith, a Scot from Oakland, CA, won the Oregon Open’s inaugural championship, including a course record 74. Little did he know that some of golf’s most prestigious names were to follow in his footsteps such as Tommy Armour, Horton Smith, Chuck Congdon, Bob Duden, Bill Eggers, Jerry Mowlds, Pat Fitzsimons, Rick Acton, Peter Jacobsen, Jeff Coston, and Mike Davis.  And only three men have won the title three or more times; Bill Porter (3), Rick Acton (4), and Bob Duden (8).  The tournament scoring record is held by Brian Nosler at 198, set in 2009 at Brasada Canyons.

CLICK HERE – to view past champions of the Oregon Open Invitational.


The official charity of the Oregon Open Invitational is Kids Center. Founded in 1994 by the community, KIDS Center works together with law enforcement, medical providers and social service agencies to create a supportive response to child abuse through a multi-disciplinary team approach.  They serve Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson county along with the Warm Springs Reservation at our Bend center.  To learn more about the charity or to make a donation, please go to https://www.kidscenter.org

Pronghorn Resort

Pronghorn Resort opened the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in 2004 with Jack Nicklaus sending the very first tee shot right down the middle. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course course provides a minimalist experience with an emphasis on the golf game itself, combining playability with smooth transitions and true putting surfaces.

The clubhouse and Tom Fazio Championship Course opened in 2007, creating the ultimate golf experience in Central Oregon. The masterful Tom Fazio designed course blends the complexity of championship golf with the inherent aesthetic of the natural terrain.


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