Black Butte Ranch proves worthy test for 91st OGA Men’s Team Championship
The team from Riverside Golf & Country Club was the lone team to score under par in the 91st OGA Men’s Team Championship.
Club from Riverside G&CC OGA Men’s Team Championship
Black Butte Ranch turned out to be a worthy test over the weekend for some of the top amateur golfers in the state. The team from Riverside Golf & Country Club posted the field’s only team score under par to edge Bend Golf and Country Club and win the 91st OGA Men’s Team Championship at Black Butte Ranch.
Played on Saturday and Sunday with a round each at Big Meadow and Glaze Meadow, each four-person team played 36 holes of team stroke play. Led by Dan Snoey of Camas, Wash., Riverside posted a two-day total of 1-under-par 216-215–431 to come from behind and beat Bend by six strokes.
Former Oregon Amateur champion Blake Seabaugh, of Tigard, shot 5-under par over two days to earn individual medalist honors.
Most importantly for Black Butte Ranch, the weekend proved to be an all-around success.
“What a great weekend it was here at Black Butte Ranch,” said Jeff Fought, Black Butte Ranch’s director of golf. “It is always special for us to be able to host some of the best amateur golfers in the state, and to see those players challenged at both Big Meadow and Glaze Meadow.”
Click here for complete results on the 91st OGA Men’s Team Championship.