Aloha, OR., August 28th. Jay and Bill Haas set a record for lowest Umpqua Bank Challenge score at 26-under-par. Bill Haas shot 12-under par (60) on his own ball for the day, setting The Reserve North Course course record. (The Umpqua Bank Challenge tournament is a two-day one-net best-ball contest.) More than 10,000 spectators attended the three-day event at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club in Aloha. The first Umpqua Bank Challenge in 2011 raised $100,000 for its charitable partners: Randall Children’s Hospital and the “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Oregon.
Here are some additional results from the tournament:
Tournament host Peter Jacobsen, along with teammate and fan-favorite Lee Trevino, ended the tournament in seventh place with a final score of nine-under-par.
Here’s a video of amusing highlights from Peter Jacobsen’s Challenge Clinic.
Former NFL quarterback and Portland-native Joey Harrington, along with amateur teammates Don Antonucci, Kyle Dean, Trent Green and Stacy Nicholson, won the tournament’s Pro-Am with a score of 34-under-par 110. LPGA Tour pro and Big Break X contestant Amber Prange led her team to second place, followed by the team paired with PGA TOUR pro Jason Gore.
Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel strives to provide top-quality, compassionate and family-friendly medical care to Oregon children. To learn more about Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, visit their website.
Established in 1990, the “I Have a Dream” Foundation – Oregon focuses on helping low-income kids reach success in school and college by supporting students at an early age, providing them with long-term relationships with caring adults, giving them academic and personal/social support services and by creating a “culture of college” around them. To learn more about the “I Have a Dream” Foundation – Oregon, visit their website.