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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.

Lee Trevino was a favorite. He's a 52-year member of the PGA TOUR who has amassed 29 TOUR victories, including six major championships.

Lee Trevino was a favorite. He’s a 52-year member of the PGA TOUR who has amassed 29 TOUR victories, including six major championships.

In 1986, PGA TOUR professional and Northwest-native Peter Jacobsen turned a dream into a reality. His idea for combining professional golf, competition, and fun for the spectators and players alike. In 2011 the Umpqua Bank Challenge followed.

In 1986, PGA TOUR professional and Northwest-native Peter Jacobsen started the then Fred Meyer Challenge with the goal of combining professional golf, competition, and fun for the spectators and players alike. In 2011 the Umpqua Bank Challenge followed.

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.

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