At Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, Mark Keating of Meriwether National in Hillsboro, Ore., won the Pacific Northwest PGA Senior Players’ Championship on Wednesday.
Keating won by one stroke over Joe Carranza of Aldarra Golf Club of Falls City. Keating had to birdie the final hole to beat Carranza, who had a hot round of three eagles and three birdies on his way to a 6-under 66.
Low amateur honors went to Tim O’Neal of Royal Oaks (Vancouver).
The Senior Players’ Championship is a two-man competition of one Pacific Northwest PGA pro and one amateur playing both an individual and a four-ball competition. Keating and his amateur partner Mark Bowler of Meriwether National also took home the team four-ball honors.
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