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Allenmore gets innovative finding lucky amateur

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on March 23, 2010 at 5:37 pm with No Comments »
March 23, 2010 5:38 pm

As previously discussed, the Washington Open Invitational in May will be changed to a professional-amateur format.

The pro can win the championship title.

The amateur can help capture a team crown.

So, the folks in the Allenmore Golf Course pro shop – head pro Don Mojean, in particular – have gotten creative in finding the amateur partner for assistant pro Taylor Ferris for next month’s Washington Open.

The course is holding a qualifying tournament.

Since the amateur entry fee for the Washington Open is nearly $900, the net winner of the qualifying tournament April 10-11 will have his costs paid for.

Entrants for the qualifying tournament will play 18 holes, and pay $25 for the opportunity.

The low net winner will play with Ferris at the Washington Open on May 16-19 at Glendale Country Club in Bellevue.

Spots for the 36-player qualifying tournament at Allenmore are still available. If interested, contact the pro shop at (253) 627-7211.

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