Amateur Carl Jonson of Wing Point Golf and Country Club on Bainbridge Island won the Northwest Open Invitational at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla on Wednesday.
Jonson finished at 9-under-par 207, one stroke ahead of Tim Feenstra of Broadmoor Golf Club.
Feenstra took home the first place professional check of $6,250. Two back was second-round leader Colin Inglis.
Jonson’s victory was the first by an amateur since Derek Berg took the title at the Running Y Ranch in 2006.
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From sports-information reports.