Date: May 21, 2020 — May 22, 2020

Course: Inglewood Golf Club, Kenmore, WA


Championship Details

Lodging: WA Golf has negotiated discounted hotel rates for tournament players and guests.

To book a hotel reservation, please use the following link – HOTEL RESERVATIONS. You will be prompted to login or create an account using your GHIN #. Once logged in, click on “TOURNAMENT HOTELS” which will allow you to search hotels by proximity to the course at a large discount. 

Entry Fee: $380 per team

Entry Includes: One hosted practice round, two rounds of competition, tee gifts, range balls, lunch following second round play, crystal awards for top finishers and a merchandise payout.

Entry Deadline: May 4, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

Eligibility: Entries are open to sides of male amateur golfers who: (1) have an up-to-date USGA Handicap Index issued by a WA Golf member club not exceeding 36.4, and (2) are members in good standing of a WA Golf member club.

Age: No age requirements

Field Limit: Field will be limited to the first 48 qualified sides. Entries will be accepted according to the time of receipt of entry and entry fee in addition to exempt players.

The Amateur Four-Ball will be run concurrently with the Senior and Super Senior Men’s Four-Ball. WA Golf reserves the right to modify either field limit after the entry deadline to achieve a full field of 96 sides.

Schedule: 36-hole four-ball stroke play (gross and net). In the event of a tie, the winner will be decided immediately by a hole-by-hole playoff.

Handicaps: Players will receive 85% of their course handicap for net scoring. The maximum allowable course handicap per player is 36. Players above this will be reduced to meet this requirement.

Practice Round: All players will be allowed one complimentary practice round prior to the championship.

Caddies: A player may provide his own caddie. Host club caddies will not be available.

Carts: Players may ride in a golf cart. Cart fees are $40 per team/day. Fees will be collected during registration.

Exempt Players: Champions of the 2019 Men’s Amateur Four-Ball, Tres Kirkebo and Ryan Kelly


Exemptions: Champions earn an exemption into the following events:

  • 2021 Washington Champion of Champions
  • 2021 Washington Men’s Four-Ball Championship



Past Champions

Year Location Champion
2019 Canterwood Golf & Country Club Ryan Kelly and Tres Kirkebo
2018 Wine Valley Golf Club Austin Beatty and Luke Bakke
2017 Kalispel Golf & Country Club Aaron Whalen and Cameron Whittle
2016 Salish Cliffs Golf Club Ben Garrett and Erik Olson
2015 Inglewood Golf Club Tyler Matthews and Matthew Steele
2014 White Horse Golf Club Tyler Matthews and Matthew Steele
2013 Meridian Valley Country Club Chris Bae and Craig Larson
2012 Palouse Ridge Golf Club Ryan Whitaker and Dan Whitaker
2011 Wine Valley Golf Club Nick Ellis and Rob Matson
2010 Apple Tree Golf Course Terry Crockett and Ken Baumann
2009 White Horse Golf Club Chris DeGrazia and Mike Hickok
2008 The Home Course Matthew Remington and Brian Remington
2007 Bear Creek Country Club Tom Brandes and Alex Stamey
2006 Trophy Lake Golf & Casting Tom Brandes and Alex Stamey
2005 Desert Canyon Golf Resort Lew Mullen and Roger Thorn
2004 Eaglemont Golf Club Jeff Strickland and Mike Seek
2003 Inglewood Golf Club Rob Matson and David Fern
2002 Alderbrook Golf Club Dirk Curtis and Jack Kelly
2001 The Links at Moses Pointe Matt Johnson and Jack Kelly
2000 Eaglemont Golf Club Mike Jacobsen and Jim Perkins
1999 Oakbrook Golf Club Mike Joyce and Todd Tibke
1998 Willows Run Golf Club Dr. Kirk Smith and Kelly Denessen
1997 Eaglemont Golf Club Dr. Kirk Smith and Kelly Denessen
1996 Inglewood Golf Club Ken Greenway and Jim Hutchinson
1995 Oakbrook Golf Club Mike Moore and John Skusek
1994 The Classic Golf Club Roy Hendrickson and Mike Joyce