76th Hudson Cup Matches

When:
October 17, 2024 – October 18, 2024 all-day
2024-10-17T00:00:00-07:00
2024-10-19T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
Meadow Springs CC

Visit the 75th Hudson Cup Anniversary Website

76th Hudson Cup:
Hudson Cup groupings & results
33rd Sr. Hudson Cup:
Sr. Hudson Cup groupings & results
Course Website:
Host pros:
Chris Peterson, PGA and Jason Aichele, PGA

Schedule of Play

  • Thursday, October 17: Foursome and Four-Ball matches
  • Friday, October 18: Singles matches

Format

Each player competes in three matches, including a foursome match, a four-ball match, and a singles match.

Yardages

Click here for approximate yardages expected to play (coming soon)

Eligibility

Eligibility for the Hudson Cup teams is based on points.

Captains

76th Hudson Cup Professional Team Captain – Jason Aichele

33rd Hudson Cup Senior Professional Team Captain – Steve Stull

Host Hotel

Red Lion Hotel Columbia Center
1101 N Columbia Center Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 783-0611 -Direct

no special code or rate
Book online

History

Created in honor of Robert Hudson of Portland Golf Club, this event pairs the Section’s top professionals against the area’s top amateurs.

Robert Hudson photo

Robert A. Hudson was a very successful Portland businessman whose firm, Hudson House, was one of the nation’s leading wholesale grocers. Hudson played golf at Portland Golf Club and was devoted to the game. During World War II, the PGA of America was trying to keep its Tour alive and was in dire need of sponsors. Hudson stepped up to the plate with the urging of Larry Lamberger, Portland Golf Club head professional, and offered to underwrite a 72-hole open tournament with a purse of $10,000. Thus the 1944 Portland Open was born, and Sam Snead won it. Hudson stayed with the program and went on to sponsor the 1945 Portland Open (in which Ben Hogan set the 72-par 72-hole scoring record of 27-under-par 261) and the 1946 PGA Championship, won by Hogan. Hudson went on to sponsor Portland Opens in 1948 and 1949 and the Western Open in 1955, all at Portland Golf Club, and he became the first chairman of the PGA Advisory Committee.

Past Results

Related News

For complete list of results and list of courses played, visit the PNW PGA history project site.

 

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