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2020 NW Intercity Tournament – CANCELLED

The Vancouver Chinese Golf Club has made the decision to cancel the NW InterCity Tournament for 2020 due to uncertainties the COVID-19 crisis poses for the planning of the event.  Our club supports having Vancouver BC host in 2021 to keep the 4 City rotation intact and Portland will assume the hosting duties in 2022. Hopefully those wonderful restaurants will still be open to delight our taste buds.

Rose City – Match Play Qualifier

The forecast for “scattered showers” meant we could get lucky and not see any rain clouds in the area. Unfortunately that was not the case as “pure rain” came down on us for a few holes as we made the turn that brought out umbrellas and rain gear. How did this effect the 19 golfers that signed up for Match Play? Well 8 players netted 80 or worse as only 3 players were destined to miss the cut … there was a glimmer of hope for the 80’s club. Congratulations to Celia Chan as her Net 71 earned her the #1 seed.

The Hit the Green drawing for The Reserve North Course was conducted by Dave Oliver and he rewarded Eric Dold for A-Flight and Rian Kindig for B-Flight. Mike Parsons played the Blue Tees and didn’t hit a green until Hole #15 and it barely hung on to qualify for a ticket as he said in his third person voice “Mike finally got a ticket”.

Founder’s Cup Champion – Rian Kindig

Amazing weather on Sunday brought out golfers to The Reserve North Course to compete for the Founder’s Cup.  Low scores were possible as proven by Skylar Felton (pending new member) who posted a net 64 and Darryl Inouye with a net 67 (but missed the 1st round). Rian Kindig used a brilliant back nine of gross 39 to help him net a 69 to take home the Founder’s Cup trophy. Lek Vongthongthip chose to play from the Black Tees to garner a couple of extra strokes, but that may have cost him as he came up short of expectations trying to stay ahead of the pack chasing him.

Clark “Houdini” Louie gets into many awkward situations on the golf course, but somehow finds a way to bail himself out. At Hole #17 he found the woods on the right side on his second shot and somehow hit an impossible shot that found the front mound of the green and disappear into the hole for a “Birdie”.

In the Hit the Green raffle for the Salem outing we have Carl Louie drawn for the A-Flight and Cherie Anderson drawn for the B-Flight.

2019 Ron Eng Memorial Trophy – Lek Vongthongthip

We had 32 golfers at Stone Creek GC to compete for the Ron Eng Memorial Trophy and enjoy a BBQ Burger social after golf. Darryl Inouye set the front nine on fire by posting a 41 (net 26.5) to be the heavy favorite to add another trophy next to the Club Championship hardware he got last year. The back nine became a reality check and a brutal 5 putt at #16 proved costly. Laville Fendors was having a good day also, but overthinking the firming greens took away the confidence of playing for the back of the cup; resulting in some heartbreaking misses on some easy putts. This opened the door for Lek Vongthongthip who rallied in the back nine to card a 38 with a birdie – birdie finish to have his name etched on the trophy. A comment was made on how his ugly swing can get him a career of 3 Hole in One’s and a Ron Eng Memorial Trophy. He said this was his first win since he joined the club and relived each of his Hole in One’s. This brought up the debate of which is more memorable, winning the Club Championship or getting a Hole in One?? Clark Louie couldn’t remember too many trophies that Ron Eng won, but sure appreciates that Ron got a Hole in One at Forest Hills Hole #17 that was about 185 yards.

  • Eric Dold and new member Hank Lawrence waiting for Dan to clear the green

  • Norma Ninomiya going up the fairway

  • President John Sturges giving his address

  • Eric steps to the plate

  • Darren, Clark and Shane roll onto the 18th with their carts

  • Darren is loving that burger

  • April can’t decide if it goes left or right

  • Randy didn’t get the memo that everyone was wearing blue today

  • Waimun trying to chase down Darryl

  • Celia must have taken a practice swing … there is a pink ball on the fairway

  • Mark, Gunar and Dale waits for Forrest to putt out

  • Joe are you waiting for “Happy Feet” to putt out too??

  • Marvin stays close to the flag to avoid getting hit by a ball

  • Pai is wondering if there is an ATM inside

  • Dale doing some advance math on the scorecard

  • Hey is my burger done yet

  • Mark digging deep in the wallet to pay Darryl

  • Shane is happy to spend time with the gang

  • Randy feels better that Dale didn’t get the memo either

  • Gunar is excited to get his burger

  • Darryl not willing to share his burger

  • Hank tells everyone he passed the test to become a member

  • Make room for Marvin and Liz

  • Laville takes a break from scoring

  • Lek test “selfie mode”

  • Did I win??

  • Thanks for letting me win … 5 putt … Really??

Recent Results

Three Rivers – March 25, 2018 Results

Three Rivers – March 25, 2018 Medalist Name Net Score Tie Break Hdcp Gross Score 1 Dan Hutchins 66   9 75 2 Lawrence Lee 68   7 75 3 April Okazaki 69   32 101 4 Carl Louie 71 33.5 15 86 ====== ================ ====== ====== ====== ====== 5 Rian Kindig 71 34.0 20 […]

Glendoveer West – March 18, 2018 Results

Glendoveer West – March 18, 2018 Medalist Name Net Score Tie Break Hdcp Gross Score 1 Dale Okazaki 69 32.0 16 85 2 Yoshio Matsuzaki 69 35.0 6 75 3 Phil Robles 69 36.0 26 95 4 Clark Louie 70 33.5 15 85 ========== ================  ======== ====== ====== ====== 5 Carl Louie 70 35.5 13 […]

2018 Matchplay Bracket Released

PCGC Members: Here is the 2018 Match Play Bracket. The 1st Matches will be played at Stone Creek this coming weekend. If you are part of the matches you better call Carl to sign up if you have not done so already. Good Luck to all the participants.

Portland Chinese Golf Club Members Bring Home Hardware

Congratulations are in order for team Portland as they took home the trophy from the Monterey Tournament.  (Bill Chan, Jerry Williams, Steven Chan, Celia Chan and Jerry Low represented for Portland).  


The qualifying round will determine the seeding for the 16 spots available for the Match Play Bracket. The lowest 16 “net” scores will be seeded for bracket play. You can choose to play one or both outings to post a “low net” score to qualify. In case of ties there will be a “tiebreaker” round […]

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