OPGA Winter Golf Series FINALE

We are playing the OPGA Winter Series FINALE today at Waverley Country Club.  We had 11 players signed up and all of them made it and are on the golf course playing. The weather forecast looks promising and we should be able to finish.  Thank you to Waverley Country Club for their support in hosting and to Rodda Paint for their sponsorship of this event.  @Roddapaint #finishright


Congratulations to Scott Erdmann, Oswego Lake CC, for shooting an -8 under par round, 64, that simply included 8 birdies to take home the low gross spot.  In his past two Winter Series Events, he is a combined -14 under par.  Ryan Oliver, Eugene CC, shot -5 under 67 to post his best round of the Winter Series and to take home the top net spot.  Click here to view the results from today event.

Player Development Workshop

The OPGA is looking for the best of the best to attend a two day PGA Revenue Workshop at the University of Oregon. This education is open to PGA Members & Apprentices, LPGA Members & Apprentices as well as non-affiliated golf industry professionals. We are encouraging you to bring your GM, Superintendent or another industry professional.  This will be an intense, interactive, and engaging workshop designed for those who are ready to stand apart from their peers and have a real and lasting impact on the growth of the game of golf. The PGA of America’s Senior Director of Player Development, Mike O’Donnell, Monte Koch, PGA and Declan Bolger, MLS will be on hand to facilitate attendees through this “bottom-line building” workshop.

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Online Education – Principles of Scorecard Design

Principles of Scorecard Design – This is a free hour-long online course eligible for 1 PGA Education Credit. The course goes over each aspect of the scorecard individually, covering everything from how to display combo tees on your grid to sending color information to your designer. The economics of scorecards and what variables affect price is also discussed. You must earn a passing grade on the assessment at the end of the course in order to qualify for a PGA Education credit. To watch “Principles of Scorecard Design” click here.