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Wet Day at Chehalem Glenn GC

Chehalem Glenn GC is already tough enough without the element of rain and wind. It appeared the PCGC was the only ones on the course for the day so pace of play was not too much of an issue. The rain gear sure was put to the test as it came down most of the day where it may have let up for about 2 holes and then more rain. Waimun Yee must have been oblivious to getting wet as he netted 72 and the rest of the field struggled.

Going Low at Charbonneau

Charbonneau GC is a shorter course with a Par of 62 that will allow you to post the type of scores you would see on TV. However when you factor in the handicaps the Net Scores can be quite eye opening. The first group of the day Bobby Lee and Terry Emard had their usual match and it was close as Terry netted 60 and Bobby posted 58. That however was no match to Laville Fendors who shot a career round of 34-34 for Gross 68 and Net 53!! Skylar Felton joined the 50 club and posted a net 59, but just shook his head when he saw it wasn’t even close.

2024 Founders Cup

Ed Olivier took a slim one stroke lead for the Founders Cup after a nice round at The Reserve North Course. The course was pretty firm for this time of year and the greens were actually faster than we are accustomed to for “winter” golf. With rusty swings and penalties given for aggressive play, we saw some high scores posted for the day. Pumpkin Ridge Ghost Creek historically played as the tougher test, but somehow four players netted in the 60’s to challenge for the hardware. Kelvin Onchi was only 2 over gross at the turn and looked like the man to beat in the 2nd to last group. Ed, Sturges and Harvey started to fade and left Brandon Vanderberg as the lone wolf to chase down Kelvin. Brandon fired a 45 in the back to net 66 for the day and scratched his name onto the Founders Cup. Those that weren’t really in contention had incentive to do well as the Match Play Qualifier was at stake.  As it turns out 14 of the 16 players used the Pumpkin Ridge round as their qualifier. The 16th spot will be determined in a playoff with Dale Okazaki vs Cherie Anderson to complete the bracket.

Elk Ridge 2024

Forrest Denno continued his winning streak at Elk Ridge on a day that had some off and on showers. The greens were tricky at times but the views were fantastic as expected with the gorge as the backdrop.

Lucky Day at Three Rivers

The wet weather was reduced to some scattered showers and for most of the day we lucked out with a dry day. The scores were much better as 4 players posted sub par rounds. Shane Starr set the bar at Net 69 in the first group and stayed on the lead until the last group rolled in with Forrest Denno’s Net 66 for top honors. The gallery formed at the 18th green so it made for some nervous putts for those side bets. A small group decided to stop by the Lucky Dragon Chinese Restaurant in Kalama on the way home to enjoy the generous portions of “Americanized Chinese ” food that seems to be disappearing in the Portland area.

Opening Day 2024 at Glendoveer East

The 2024 Season opened with a blessed day of weather that reached for 70. Terry Chinn was the only one who warmed up with a NET 71 as the next closest score was Net 77 or worse. Partly to blame would be some of the pin placements that were quite challenging. To add to the disappointment the restaurant ran out of burgers, pizza and pulled pork due to the busy weekend. Beers and fries would have to do unless you are John Sturges who got a salad.

2024 Awards and Election Banquet

The 2024 Awards & Election Banquet had 54 members and guests enjoying an evening at Gold Garden Seafood Restaurant for a 7 course dinner. President Laville Fendors had the emcee duties with John Sturges co-hosting with door prize and trophy presentations. We had some new members join us this year as we embark on another season with the excitement of hosting the 71st annual NW Intercity Tournament. Check out the slideshow to see your fellow members enjoying dinner and honoring those that took home the hardware.

  • 2023 Trophy Table

  • 2023 CACA Trophy

    Jay Lee

  • 2023 Ralph Moe Memorial Trophy

    Brandon Vanderberg

  • 2023 Ron Eng Memorial Trophy

    April Okazaki

  • 2023 Glen Lee Memorial Trophy

    Mark Chang, John Sturges, Lek Vongthongthip and June Hall

  • 2023 Founders Cup

    Jay Lee

  • 2023 Match Play Champion

    Laville Fendors

  • 2023 Lawrence Lee Championship - CC - Low Gross

    Michael Yee

  • 2023 Club Champion - Low Net & Senior

    Eric Dold

2023 Match Play Championship + CACA Trophy at the OGA GC

The Match Play Championship was on the line along with the CACA Trophy on this day at the OGA. Mike Parsons had withdrew, which advanced Dale Okazaki to face Laville Fendors for the Match Play title. The 3rd place consolation goes to Jay Lee as Parsons gets the 4th place payout. Dale had a slow start against the steady play of Laville and found himself 4 down after the first 4 holes and 7 down after 8 holes. Dale finally won a hole at #9 to stop the bleeding and create some momentum to make a charge in the back nine. The lead was cut to 4 after Hole #12, but Laville went on to win the next two holes to end the match at 6 & 4. Congratulations to Laville Fendors for becoming back to back Match Play Champion.

In the chase for the CACA trophy we found Steven Chan lose out on his quest for a “Three-peat” with a Net 70 as Rian Kindig posted a 69 to knock him out of contention. However Jay Lee asked Rian to hold his beer as he produced a Net 65 to capture the CACA title.

2023 Club Championship Weekend

The 2023 Club Championship teed off at Heron Lakes Great Blue that found Eric Dold leading the pack with a Net 68. This weekend has always been memorable for him as it is his wedding anniversary with his wife Robyn. Now the dilemma is does he withdraw for the Sunday round to spend time with his “first love” or chase that opportunity to take home a “Trophy” for the game he loves. He ended up with the best of both worlds as Robyn came out to Eastmoreland to support him, where he barely held on to become the PCGC Club Champion. In the Race for the Lawrence Lee Championship – Low Gross Trophy it was not even close as Michael Yee bested the runner up by 13 strokes with a 2 day total of 162.

Shane Starr hosted a gathering at his home after the tournament where we enjoyed some great food and activities with his kids on his sports court and front lawn.

2023 Glen Lee Memorial – Iron’s Only Scramble at Wildwood

Tournament Chair Carl Louie did a great job creating the teams as it was a very close competition for the Glen Lee Memorial Trophy. Team Lek made the wise decision of using their mulligan on the second shot at the 18th to capture a “bird” and the winning Team Score of 63.

Welcome to McNary

Our newest members Jeff and Amy Corbett got the “red carpet” treatment at McNary as their friends living on the course posted a “Welcome” sign along with a cooler of beverages. Jeff tried to meet more neighbors as he drove his ball into the same yard twice, but both times was not rewarded with any more beverages.

Lewis River – Road to the Match Play Finals

It has been awhile since the club has played at Lewis River GC, but this track in Woodland, Washington has some fun holes that are definitely very challenging. It was also the setting for the 3rd round of the Match Play Bracket. With Mike Parsons and Clark Louie having to settle their AS result in a “Sudden Death Playoff” to advance into a match against Dale Okazaki. All eyes were on the 1st tee as Clark hit a tee shot that was not ideal that left a long approach to the green that had to carry a water hazard. Mike on the other hand striped a shot down the fairway that put the pressure on Clark to go for it. The end result was Clark took a 6 and Mike made a 4 to advance to play against Dale. Parsons went 3 UP at the turn and Dale battle back to win the 18th hole to square up the match. In the other match we had Jay Lee facing Laville Fendors who dominated the front nine going 5 UP at the turn and closed it out at 5 & 4. Laville will face the winner of the playoff between Dale and Mike for the Match Play Championship at the OGA.

Okazaki’s take over Heron Lakes Greenback

Kemper Sports manages Heron Lakes, but OKI took over the course today as in the Okazaki’s. Dale was the leader in the clubhouse with a score of Net 67 as we awaited the field of 44 to finish. April rolls in with an eye popping Net 59 to end any debate of who did it best.

Going Low at Mint Valley

We had 28 players make the trek up to Longview, Washington to take on Mint Valley GC. It was a great day for scoring as a 3 way tie for 69 only yielded one person who made the cut to take home some money. Kay Yamanaka netted 65 with an amazing 25 putt day to take top honors.  In the feature group we had Michael Yee take on Dale Okazaki for their makeup round for Match Play. Dale was feeling pretty good with a 4 UP lead at the turn, but Michael just chipped away at the lead and going into 14 the match was All Square. It remained a stalemate until the last hole where Dale was getting a stroke and matched pars with Michael to take it down 1 UP.

2023 Ralph Moe Memorial

We had a beautiful warm day for the 2nd round of the Match Play Bracket and the quest for the Ralph Moe Memorial trophy. In the upper bracket Jay Lee was 2 UP at the turn and put the match in dormie mode by the 13th hole to put pressure on Lek Vongthongthip to win out. Lek did win at 14, but a bogey at 15 ended the match at 4 & 3.  Laville Fendors got out to a 3 UP lead at the turn and Kay Yamanaka rattled off 3 wins in a row to square the match back up. Laville took a 2 UP advantage with 2 holes to play but found the water at 17 to keep the door open for Kay. Laville won at the 18th to secure a 2 UP victory.  Clark Louie played a tight match with Mike Parsons and it came down to who could salvage Par at the final hole to move on. The pressure must have been too much for both as they ended up with bogey to end the match at All Square with a pending “Sudden Death” playoff in the next round. Brandon Vanderberg just shot his handicap for the day and was pleasantly surprised that he was the recipient of the Ralph Moe Memorial Trophy.

June Showers at Forest Hills

It must be Rose Festival time as we got our annual June shower at Forest Hills. It was also Father’s Day where Brandon Vanderberg took his daughter to play day. She got to experience 18 holes of Rian Kindig “Dad Jokes”.  Steven was gifted a hat for Father’s Day by his group from last week that read “Sum Ting Wong” and I thought his last name was Chan. At the Par 3 11th Steven told Celia he had hit the stick and she told him next time you should hit the hole and now we know why he got the hat.

Low Scores at Charbonneau

Charbonneau GC is an executive course with 10 Par 3’s that have some playing over 200 yards. A great test of the short game and scrambling ability. The members took advantage of going low as Toshio Sakuma posted a Net 54 for a (-8) to take top honors. Many left their drivers in the bag as the house lined course was ripe for getting hit with errant shots. The latest poll suggested there were only 2 houses hit by our club.

Chehalem Glenn – 2023 Match Play Bracket – Round One

A beautiful day with a cool breeze welcomed 8 groups to Chehalem Glenn. 16 players of the field was involved in the first round of Match Play.  There were two players who withdrew that allowed alternates Mike Parsons and Ed Olivier back into the competition. Parsons took advantage of his opportunity and advanced with a 2 UP win over 2 seed Tim Rodrigues. Ed was not such a threat to Clark Louie and bowed out early in a 7 & 6 result. The #1 seed Jay Lee held off John Sturges 2 & 1 while their other match in the group had Lek take down Rian early to become the traveling gallery. Carl Louie struggled with his shots all day and Laville Fendors took advantage to advance 5 & 4. Kay Yamanaka lost confidence in his swing at the driving range and gave hope to Brandon who was fighting to gain control of his Driver. However Kay gain confidence in the back nine as Brandon’s struggles continues and the match ended 5 & 4. Skylar Felton got flashbacks of being upset as the #1 seed last year and being 2 down going into Hole 17 plus giving up a stroke he needed help from his opponent Dale to stay alive. Well Mr. Okazaki posts an easy Par on his scorecard and the Match was over as we didn’t hear anyone make any Eagles.  Michael Yee had a good match with Eric Morillo and made a bird on #17 to close it out 2 & 1.  The next round of action will be in few weeks at Eastmoreland to determine the Final Four.

For the rest of the field we had 3 players tied at Net 71 and Joe Ito with 3 birdies in the back nine won the tiebreaker over Laville Fendors and Mike Parsons to take first place. Lucky for everyone that Joe Ito was not signed up for Match Play this year.

2023 Ron Eng Memorial

April Okazaki had a strong Back 9 finish to post a Net 64 to capture the Ron Eng Memorial trophy. Kay Yamanaka figured out his swing on the range in the morning and pulled out of his slump to shoot a Gross 78 and Net 64, but was no match in the tiebreaker with April. He did do well with all his side bets and went home with a smile. In the Match Play playoff for the final spot in the bracket we saw Ed Olivier struggle to keep up with Mike Parsons and John Sturges coming down the stretch. Mike Parson had a putt on 18 to secure the final spot, but the miss resulted in a tiebreaker that went to John Sturges.

2023 Founders Cup

The two venues for the 2023 Founder’s Cup were top rated courses used for our past NW Invitationals. This may have added another level of prestige to our 2 day tournament. The Reserve North Course hosted not only our 1st round of play, but had the Future Champions Tournament for Juniors on the course behind us. Many of the parents that were part of the gallery walking the course were in danger of getting hit by a golf ball as some of the PCGC players don’t always play in our own fairways. It did appear that Jay Lee and Tim Rodrigues may have found fairways to both post Net 67’s for the rest of the field to chase down. Those that found the soggy rough probably found it to be most punitive.  After a week of summer like weather the local golf courses had a chance to dry out for the 2nd round at Pumpkin Ridge Ghost Creek, that offered some great conditions for us to make a run on the leaders. Toshio Sakuma took advantage with a Net 65 and was able to catch Tim, but not quite good enough to take the Cup from our Champion Jay Lee.

In the Match Play Qualifying Round the final spot for the Bracket Round is still up for grabs for 3 players that will be determined at our next outing at Stone Creek.

Road Trip to the Gorge – Elk Ridge

The trip to Elk Ridge requires the crossing of The Bridge of the Gods with a toll of $2.00, but inflation hit and it was $3.00 to cross this year. I guess Lek has to increase his side bets by $1 to have toll money to get back home. The round started with a cloudy day until our “rain dancers” opened the sky for us in the back nine. The dampness of the greens were challenging as the aerated greens were still sandy which didn’t make putting that easy.  At Hole #14 Brandon Vanderberg drove the green on the Par 4 to give himself more putting opportunities. Tim Rodrigues made it easy for himself as he kept sticking it close as we can see his name on numerous KP’s.  It was however not enough as he was edged out by Shane Starr for first place.

Head North to Three Rivers

We head North for Three Rivers to get some of the driest course conditions in the area, however no one told the weatherman we were coming. There was a cold wind with rain, showers, sun break and back to rain. Bruce Locke has gotten soft living in California as he was put on “survival mode” to play in this weather. When asked what happens if it rains in California on the day of Golf and his reply was “Stay Home”. It sure didn’t seem to bother Carl Louie as he plays golf year round and has trained for this moment by sticking a 66 on the Leader Board.

2023 Opening Day at Glendoveer East

The season kicked off at Glendoveer East where 26 players braved some intermittent showers for our Opening Day. This year the course was dry enough to allow golf carts and some even opted for the adventurous Golf Boards.  Phil Robles must have been practicing over the Winter as he had the sharpest game to take 1st with a Net 71.  April Okazaki impressed coming home as she had a “Birdie” at both Hole #16 and # 17. The first Par 3 of the day had a diabolical pin placement that was only missing the “Clown’s Mouth” as 5, 6, 7 and 8 were found on many scorecards. I just wonder if the greenskeeper may have been Carl Spackler??

2023 Awards and Election Banquet

The 2023 Awards and Elections Banquet was well attended by 56 members and guest at the FJ Buffet. This was the first time since the shutdowns of the pandemic that we able to resume our annual Banquet. President Darryl Inouye started the evening by appointing John Sturges as emcee as our VP Waimun Yee was stuck in Denver. After renewing memberships and dues for 2023 we were sent out into the Buffet to bring back dinner. Then we were given ballots to vote in a new board for 2023 and thanked the members of the old board for their service.

The Awards segment of the evening recognized trophy winners from both the 2021 and 2022 seasons. See the slideshow below for the winners.

John Sturges raffled off various door prizes that included golf wedges, GPS Golf Buddy, Designer Head Covers and dozens of Golf Balls among the many items. The 50/50 Draw found new wealth for Skylar Felton, Denise Hutchins and Dale Okazaki.

A good time was had by all as you may gather from the slideshow and now we kickoff another season with the PCGC.

  • 2021 and 2022 Trophy Table

  • 2021 CACA Trophy

    Steven Chan

  • 2022 CACA Trophy

    Steven Chan

  • 2021 and 2022 Ralph Moe Memorial Trophy

    Deb Dalenberg and June Hall

  • 2021 and 2022 Ron Eng Memorial Trophy

    Rian Kindig and John Sturges

  • 2021 Glen Lee Memorial Trophy

    Terry Emard, Tim Rodrigues, Rian Kindig and Laville Fendors

  • 2022 Glen Lee Memorial Trophy

    Jay Lee, Skylar Felton, Kevin Lee and June Hall

  • 2021 Founders Cup

    Mike Parsons

  • 2022 Founders Cup

    Skylar Felton

  • 2021 and 2022 Match Play Champion

    William Quach and Laville Fendors

  • 2021 Lawrence Lee Championship - CC Low Gross

    Yoshio Matsuzaki

  • 2022 Lawrence Lee Championship - CC - Low Gross

    Shigeo Fukushima

  • 2021 Club Champion - Low Net

    Bill Chan

  • 2022 Club Champion - Low Net

    Ryan Oliver

  • 2021 Club Champion - Senior

    Bill Chan

  • 2022 Club Champion - Senior

    Clark Louie

2022 Spirit Mountain Casino KP Challenge Tournament

The 2022 Spirit Mountain Casino KP Challenge fielded 44 players from the PCGC and the Oregon Nisei Clubs. The players enjoyed a beautiful day at Cross Creek GC as they picked up boxed lunches in the morning to fuel up for the competition for Medal, Skins and KP prizes. Spirit Mountain Casino hosts Brian and Justin greeted each foursome at Hole # 14 for the KP Challenge. Each player was gifted a sleeve of golf balls at the tee box and one individual from each group received a $50.00 food voucher and a hotel room voucher for getting closest to the pin. We met at Spirit Mountain’s newest restaurant – Happy Dragon for the Awards Ceremony. Plenty of prizes were awarded as you will find the winners posted in the Event’s Result page. Special thanks to our Casino Host Brian Yeung for making this event happen and we hope to build on another event for 2023.

2022 Club Championship

The Club Championship came down to a tiebreaker where 1st round leader Skyler Felton was caught on the second day by Ryan Oliver with a net 66 and prevailed based on the a better second round score. Clark Louie held off the Senior Division and secured his hardware for 2022.  Shigeo Fukushima posted 163 to hold off Yoshio Matsuzaki by one shot to take home the Lawrence Lee Championship Trophy.  The weather was nice for both days and after the Sunday round club members went to Mike Parsons house to celebrate Championship Weekend.

2022 Match Play Championship

The Final Four of Match Play was contested at Mint Valley GC in Longview, Washington. They are famous for the Mint Valley Burger and John Sturges convinced the board to sponsor a lunch for the members. We had Laville Fendors vs Carl Louie and Ed Olivier vs Gunar Meneks to determine who would make it to the Finals. Laville was 1 up going into #17, but his tee shot found the water and Carl took advantage to tie it up going into #18. Having to give a stroke Carl took an agressive line on the tee shot and found the fairway bunker. Laville played it safe and found the fairway and kept the pressure on Carl to win the hole outright and to go 1 UP for the match and a spot in the Finals. Gunar was not only down 1 but also had to give up a stoke on the final hole, which put the pressure of making Par or better to keep hope alive. Gunar did manage to make his par, but Ed capitalized with a bogey to secure a 1 UP victory to meet Laville in the next round for the Crown.

The Finals was contested at Heron Lakes Greenback between Laville Fendors and Ed Olivier. Laville put the match in dormie at Hole #15 and with a timely par at Hole #17 the match with over with the score of 3 &1.

The Consolation Match for 3rd place was contested at McNary GC where it came down to the 18th all square. Carl and Gunar both made double bogey 7 at the Par 5, but since Carl had to give a stoke he ended up losing the Match.

Congratulations to Laville Fendors for becoming the 2022 Match Play Champion.

2022 Ralph Moe Memorial

The Ralph Moe Memorial landed on one of the hottest weekends of the summer as temperatures in the mid 90’s was a good test of the mental game. We had a three way tie on top of the leaderboard with Net Scores of 69.  Congratulations to June Hall who used the back nine tiebreaker of 34.5 to take home the hardware and happened to play with the competitors she beat out in her group namely Hank Lawrence and Cherie Anderson. The rest of the field was finding ways to beat the heat and didn’t put too much pressure on June Hall.

2022 Founders Cup

The Founders Cup started at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club which was gearing up for the upcoming LIV Golf event in July. A forecast of showers turned into a downpour that made for soggy course conditions. Bobby Lee should not have anything to complain about with a net 69 and leader in the clubhouse despite the weather. Then Skylar Felton comes in with a net 63 to take over the lead and something for Bobby to talk about. The 2nd round at Stone Creek brought a perfect day of sun at Stone Creek and Skylar Felton holds on to take home the Founders Cup. The PCGC sponsored a Burger BBQ for the members after the round and it was the perfect day on the deck to have a club social event.

Ron Eng Memorial Trophy at Salem Golf Club

A beautiful day of 70 degrees welcome the PCGC to the Salem Golf Club for competition for the Ron Eng Memorial Trophy. A net score of 72 was the low mark of the day as John Sturges won the tiebreaker with a better back nine to hold off Dale “1b” Okazaki. There were many first timers to play Salem GC for some of our members and guests, as the layout confused a couple of groups that ended up at the wrong tee box and was sent back to the right one. The patches of white clover on the course helped camouflaged some golf balls and it may have been a better idea to use a colored ball instead.  The round also served as the first qualifying round for the Match Play Bracket and the next opportunity will be at our outing at Pumpkin Ridge.

Winter Golf at Elk Ridge

The weather watch for the Columbia Gorge was a forecast for snow in April. As Sunday approached we had 9 groups on standby in case of a snow storm, but it was just a few showers in front of our drive east to Carson, Washington. We did have to brave the cold wind and then a shower mixed with snow challenged us on the opening holes, but later settled into a pretty nice day. There were some naturally insulated golfers that didn’t need winter gear and actually still wore shorts, but some of us were bundled up and ready for the slopes. The restaurant was closed so the groups came into the clubhouse to warm up and watched the Masters as the rest of the club finished their round. It was a fun day for many of the members who bought remote control electric golf carts and ran them around the course. Clark Louie still needs to read the owners manual for his unit, as the guy in the Pro Shop pointed out that someone has a runaway golf cart outside and we realized Clark must have been playing with his remote in his pocket.

Three Rivers Golf Course

We had 28 players drive up to Longview, Washington in spite of the rising gas prices to enjoy a warm spring day of golf. The course was having a tournament and we teed off about 15 minutes behind our original assigned tee time.  The pace was set with the groups on the course and overall our club kept within reasonable time.  Rian Kindig must have watched a bit of MacGyver to engineer his repair job on his pushcart at the first tee. It was a beautiful sight to see the golf ball get forward roll instead of being stuck in the mud last week. Joe Ito took full advantage as he had the Low Net of 68 and Kelvin Onchi had a Low Gross of 78. Kay Yamanaka hit all the greens for the Par 3’s to earn the maximum 4 tickets for the next drawing.  We all gathered at the 18th green as the later groups finished and there was just a little pressure on those putts as all eyes of the gallery were watching.

2022 Season Opening Day – March 20, 2022

We had almost 8 groups for our “Opening Day” outing at Glendoveer East. The weather held off during our round of golf as a late system was coming later in the day. The conditions of the course showed there was quite a bit of rain during the week as it was muddy and sloppy in some areas. This made the uphill climbs more challenging and downhill trek a little more cautious as to not take a tumble.

We welcomed back Shige Fukushima as he moved back to join us for the 2022 season from Hawaii. I’m sure after a round in the mud he may reconsider going back to the “Island Life”. Hank Lawrence showed up sporting a full beard as the “mask optional” rules allowed us to see some faces. He either looks like a lost Leprechaun or one of the guys who lives in a blue tent.

The “Time Cards” returned great results for the first outing of the year as Pace of Play was good considering the course conditions. The first group finished at 4:20 and the last group at 4:37 with an average 9 hole time of 2:11. Kudos to everyone for a great job.

The lone Par 3 in the back nine had a nasty pin placement that had anything running past the hole would end up over 40 feet below the hole. John Sturges had a fun 5 putt and warned oncoming groups of the danger that lurked up ahead. Apparently Forrest Denno didn’t receive the memo as he broke the record and had himself a 7 putt.

Recent Results

Stone Creek – Ron Eng Memorial – June 9, 2024 Results

Stone Creek – Ron Eng Memorial Trophy – June 9, 2024 Medalist Name Net Score Tie Break Hdcp Gross Score 1 June Hall 67 25 92 2 Mike Parsons 68 15 83 3 Amy Corbett 70 32.0 36 106 4 Lek Vongthongthip 70 34.0 14 84 5 Skylar Felton 70 36.0 16 86 6 Hank […]

Chehalem Glenn GC – June 2, 2024 Results

Chehalem Glenn – June 2, 2024 Medalist Name Net Score Tie Break Hdcp Gross Score 1 Waimun Yee 72 26 98 2 John Sturges 74 35.0 16 90 3 Jay Lee 74 41.5 11 85 4 Carl Louie 76 34.0 16 92 5 Lek Vongthongthip 76 37.5 13 89 ====== ============ ====== ====== ====== ====== […]

Charbonneau GC – May 19, 2024 Results

Charbonneau – May 19, 2024 Medalist Name Net Score Tie Break Hdcp Gross Score 1 Laville Fendors 53 15 68 2 Bob Lee 58 17 75 3 Skylar Felton 59 14 73 4 Phil Robles 60 30.0 22 82 5 Terry Emard 60 30.0 18 78 6 Carl Louie 60 32.5 13 73 ====== ============ […]

Recent Events

2020 AWARDS & ELECTION BANQUET

We had 40 members and guests attend the banquet with suggested “social distancing” of one club length. Many were more trusting and meandered into the “gimme range”.  President John Sturges opened the evening with acknowledgement of the 2019 Board and recap of 2019 events. PCGC showed support to the community with a donation to the […]

Meeting Up With Mark and Shigeo In Hawaii

When I was in Hawaii, on Oahu last month for my son’s (Christopher) wedding in late November, I met up with a Portland Chinese Golf Club member of years gone by and a current member for a round of golf at Waikele Country Club. It was a wonderful golf course! I had to pay almost […]

Golf’s New Rules: Major Changes

There will be many new rule changes for next year. Don’t be the one that loses a match because you didn’t know how these changes may help. http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/rules-hub/rules-modernization/major-changes/major-changes.html Here are some examples of the new rules: Ball at Rest Ball Moved During Search No penalty for accidentally moving your ball during search. No Penalty for […]

Portland Chinese Golf Club Icon is Gone!

As I was going to lunch today and I stopped to view this iconic gathering place for many Portland Chinese Golf Club members. I wanted to capture this building right before the wrecking ball makes its will on this old place. I will miss this joint and will always have fond memories. Thank you, Laville […]

Roast Piglet Feast With Our Friends In Vancouver BC

From left to right: Clem Leung (Oakland), Davey Jung, Linda Chan, Anita Jung, John Chik, Jimmy and Jesse Yee all from Vancouver. I don’t how any group can be as good looking as this bunch.  Maybe we need Harry Jung in this picture or maybe more Portland folk. You can see me and other 4 […]

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