Sunday, August 14th Recap
PORTLAND, ORE. – Team Oregon #1 pulled away from the field to win the 48th Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches on Sunday,as teammates Samuel Pyon (Happy Valley, Ore.) and Craig Ronne (Klamath Falls, Ore.) shared co-medalist honors at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. The 2016 Hogan Cup was held this weekend, from August 13-14.
Team Oregon #1 fired a sizzling second-round 211 (-5) on Sunday, widening its lead as the day went on. The squad entered the final day of play leading Team Washington by one shot. At the end of Sunday’s round, Team Oregon #1 won by an impressive 12 shots, finishing the Hogan Cup with scores of 217-211 – 428 (-4).
Saturday, August 13th Recap
PORTLAND, ORE. – Team Oregon #1 holds a one shot lead going into the final day of the 48th Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches,being held August 13-14, 2016 at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore. Team Hawaii’s Zackary Kaneshiro and Team Oregon #1’s Samuel Pyon share the individual lead after the first day of play.
Team Oregon #1 shot a combined score of 217 (+1) on Saturday, one shot better than Team Washington, who is in second place. Team Oregon #1 was led by Pyon, who fired a 3-under par 69 to share the individual lead with Hawaii’s Kaneshiro. Pyon was boosted by holing out his second shot on the par-4 second hole for an eagle.
48th Hogan Cup Preview
PORTLAND, ORE. – Many of the best junior golfers from the Western United States and Canada will converge this weekend for the 48th edition of the Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches, taking place August 13-14 at Riverside Golf & Country Club in Portland, Ore.
The Hogan Cup 36-hole team matches – held annually at Riverside Golf & Country Club - feature the best junior golfers from the Western U.S. and Canada competing against each other in a four-person team format with the three lowest scores each day determining the team total. Medals are awarded to the top three teams as well as the top three individuals in the field.
About the 48th Hogan Cup
The Hogan Cup 36-hole team matches pit the best junior golfers from the Western United States and Canada against each other in a team format with the three lowest scores each day determining the team total. Awards are presented to the top three teams as well as the top three individuals in the field. Team Roster of participating organizations will be available near the beginning of August.
The event began in 1969 in commemoration of the vast achievements and contributions to the sport by Eddie Hogan, their long-time head golf professional who served the club from 1939 until his tragic drowning death in 1968. At its inception, the competition was between the Portland Metro All-stars and junior golfers representing the rest of the region.
Hogan, an Oregon Amateur champion and PNGA Amateur Champion, was credited for transforming the role of the golf professional, developing what is now considered the standard for the green grass pro shop. Hogan was also dedicated in helping the Oregon Golf Association develop its widely-recognized junior golf program.
Being selected to compete in Hogan Cup matches is an honor that has been bestowed to few individuals, and the excellence of past participants is indicative of the quality of the small, select field.
Hogan Cup alumni include tour players such as Bobby Clampett, Fred Couples, Joe Rassett, Jack Renner, Lennie Clements, Scott Simpson, Rick Fehr, Robert Gamez, Bill Sanders, Kirk Triplett, Jim Nelford, John Fought, Peter Jacobsen, Jeff Quinney, Casey Martin, Jason Gore, Tiger Woods, Ricky Barnes, and Bryson DeChambeau.
About the Host Association
The Oregon Golf Association (OGA) began hosting the Hogan Cup in 1969 and since its founding in 1992, Oregon Junior Golf has served as the host association.
Oregon Junior Golf Fund, Inc. (OJGF), is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable foundation. Each year, Oregon Junior Golf oversees more than 70 days of competition and more than 6,000 rounds of competitive golf for junior golfers ranging in age from 8 through 17 in its nationally recognized junior golf program for over 1,100 youth in Oregon and SW Washington.
It also has developed one of the premiere regional junior golf competitions in the country, the Hogan Cup. Hogan Cup alumni include tour players from Oregon such as Robert Garrigus, Jason Allred, Peter Jacobsen, Jeff Quinney, and Casey Martin. Players such as Rickie Fowler, Patrick Cantlay, Bobby Clampett, Fred Couples, Joe Rassett, Jack Renner, Lennie Clements, Scott Simpson, Rick Fehr, Robert Gamez, Bill Sanders, Kirk Triplett, Jim Nelford, John Fought, Michael Putnam, Ricky Barnes, Jason Gore, Tiger Woods and Bryson DeChambeau also played in the Hogan Cup.
The region served by the OGA and Oregon Junior Golf has been proud to host more USGA National and International Championships than all but seven other areas of the country. Riverside Golf & Country Club has played an integral part of this rich history.
AJGA Performance Stars
Boys Champion - 12 Performance Stars
Boys Top 5 - 8 Performance Stars
Boys Top 10 - 4 Performance Stars