Federal Way, Wash. – The Washington State Golf Association (WSGA) has announced the championship schedule for the 2015 season.
Entries for the 2015 season will be available beginning Monday, March 2. WSGA members can register for championships online on the 2015 Championship Schedule page or download an entry form from the WSGA website to fill out and mail to the WSGA office.
The 6th WSGA Champion of Champions, played every spring at The Home Course in DuPont, Wash., is already open for entries. The field is limited to WSGA Member Club champions and senior champions in the last two years, with other exemptions available, including the WSGA Performance Points List, and recent WSGA Champions. Click here for more information and qualifying details.
The 89th Washington State Men’s Amateur Championship will be played at Suncadia Resort’s Rope Rider course in Cle Elum, Wash. on Aug. 4-6. The state’s most prestigious men’s amateur championship will be visiting Suncadia for the first time. The championship will again have two qualifying events, being held this year on July 21 at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash. and at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, Wash. The number of qualifying spots available at each site will be determined after the close of entry based on total number of qualifiers registered at each site.
The 22nd Washington State Women’s Amateur Championship, the 16th Washington State Senior Women’s Amateur Championship and the 2 nd Washington State Super Senior Women’s Amateur Championship will all be held June 23-25 at The Cedars at Dungeness in Sequim, Wash. The course had previously hosted the state’s premier women’s amateur championship in 2010.
Inglewood Golf Club in Kenmore, Wash. is set to host the 59th Washington State Men’s Best-Ball Amateur Championship and the 22nd Washington State Senior Men’s Best-Ball on May 21-22. This will be the first time that Inglewood has hosted the championship since 2003. The event was originally founded at Inglewood in 1955, and was played there exclusively for much of its history, until the WSGA began to administer it in 1994.
The WSGA Member Club Team will not return in 2015. The two-day championship has been retired after nine years on the WSGA Championship schedule.