Corey Prugh of Community Colleges of Spokane won the PNW PGA Professional Championship at Indian Summer G&CC. Defending champion Russell Grove of North Idaho College and Brady Sharp of Wine Valley GC finished in second place two strokes back. This is Prugh’s second PNW PGA title, having previously won this event in 2016.
Prugh, Grove, Sharp, Jeff Gove of Sandpoint, Idaho, Derek Berg of PNW Golf Academy, Tim Feenstra of Broadmoor GC and Brian Thornton of Meridian Valley CC all earned a spot and advance directly to the 2020 PGA Professional Championship presented by Cadillac, Club Car and OMEGA, held at Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas on April 26–29, 2020.
Additionally, the low 20 scores at the 2020 PGA Professional Championship presented by Cadillac, Club Car and OMEGA will earn a place in the 102nd PGA Championship at Harding Park Golf Club in San Francisco, CA, May 11-17, 2020.
Final results: https://2019secppc.golfgenius.com
History of the Championship
In 2000, the Pacific Northwest PGA Championship and the Section CPC merged to create one great tournament experience, with the top finishers going on to compete at the National PGA CPC Championship. With a name change in 2006, the Pacific Northwest PGA Professional Championship now draws the strongest field of PGA members in the Northwest.
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Indian Summer G&CC
Known for its superb, year-round conditioning, Indian Summer Golf & Country Club is among the Northwest’s premier, private golf clubs. The Peter L. H. Thompson designed golf course is built to rigid, tournament-caliber specifications with magnificent, old-growth forest and an abundance of water features.