PNW PGA Professional Championship

September 22, 2015 – September 24, 2015 all-day
Canyon River GC
1268 Bandmann Trail
Missoula, MT 59802


Entry available: May 27
Entry deadline: July 7 @ 2:00 pm
Canyon River GC Host Professional: Ed Bezanson, PGA


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Presenting Sponsors

Club Car, Mercedes-Benz, Omega

Supporting Sponsors: Titleist & Footjoy, Nike Golf, TaylorMade-adidas-Ashworth-Adams, PGA Tour, PGA of America.


The Pacific Northwest Section PGA Professional Championship is only open to PGA Members of the Section. For complete eligibility information see the entry form supplied by the PGA of America. Life Member Active or Life Member Master Professional Active professionals are eligible to enter the championship and advance.

View eligibility requirements (PDF)

Tournament Format

Stroke Play Format (54 holes) – no cut

Successful qualifiers from the PNW PGA Professional Championship will advance directly to the 49th Professional Championship, held June 26-29, 2016 at Turning Stone Resort’s Atunyote and Shenendoah Courses.

Additionally, the low 20 scores at the 49th PGA Professional Championship will earn a place in the 98th PGA Championship.

Condition of Competition

The PGA of America has adopted the condition of competition for Grooves and/or Punch Marks at the Section level of the Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship. ALL PLAYERS MUST comply with this condition of competition.

Host Hotel

StoneCreek Lodge
5145 Airway Blvd.
Missoula, MT 59808
PH: 406.541.3600
Code: “PGA”
Rate: $68 + tax/night

Book by September 1st 5:00 PM to get special rate. Reservations made after this date will be accepted based on availability and rates will not be guaranteed.


The CPC event was combined in 2000 with the Section Championship and is now the Pacific Northwest Section PGA Professional Championship (PPC).

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Past Champions and Results

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For the complete list of PNW PGA Professional Champions, click here to visit the PNW PGA historical site.


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