Palouse Ridge Golf Club set to host Washington Men's and Senior Men's Four-Ball Championships

Pullman, Wash. – Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman, Wash. is the venue this week for the 65th Washington Men’s Four-Ball and 28th Senior Men’s Four-Ball Championships. Both events are being held concurrently on May 26-27 and are being conducted by Washington Golf (WA Golf).

The 36-hole championships are being contested over two days with starting times beginning at 7:30am off the No. 1 and No. 10 tees.

Palouse Ridge Golf Club

Championship links:

Men’s Four-Ball:

Senior Men’s Four-Ball:

In the Men’s championship, two-time defending champions (2019, 2021) Ryan Kelly and Tres Kirkebo are back in the field to defend their title. Other returning champions in the Men’s field include; Austin Beatty and Luke Bakke (2018), Cameron Whittle (2017), Ben Garrett and Erik Olson (2016) and Chris Bae (2013).

I the Senior Men’s championship, defending champions Ken Jenson and Todd Tibke are back in the field seeking a second straight title. Other returning champions include; Roger Thorn and Bob Bracht (2017), Duane Diede (2016), Chris Degrazia and Mike Hickock (2013, 2015) and Chris Indall (2011).

The Washington Men’s Four-Ball Championship was previously known as the Inglewood Best-Ball from 1956 until 1993, when in 1994 WA Golf began to administer the event and introduced the Senior Men’s Four-Ball.

The Men’s and Senior Men’s Four-Ball are two of 14 championships conducted annually by WA Golf.