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Elite Championships Hosted

 

Along with being the site of the 2014 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship, The Home Course has hosted numerous regional and national championships, including serving as the companion course for Chambers Bay for the 2010 U.S. Amateur, and hosting the 2009 PNGA Men’s Amateur and the 2010 Sahalee Players Championship, among many others. Since its opening in 2007, The Home Course, in fulfilling its mission of being the home of golf in the Northwest and of promoting everything that is good for the game and reducing the financial strain on other golf facilities, has not charged any usage fee while hosting nine WSGA championships, eight PNGA championships, seven USGA national qualifiers, as well as the 2013 Washington Junior Golf Association (WJGA) State Championship.

Events Held at The Home Course

Since opening in 2007, The Home Course has been fulfilling its mission by hosting numerous regional and national championships

2008

  • Pacific Northwest Men’s Master-40 Amateur Championship
  • Washington State Men’s Best Ball Championship
  • Washington Junior Golf Association District 3 Championship
  • U.S. Mid-Amateur Qualifying
  • U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Qualifying
  • U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Qualifying

2009

  • U.S. Open Local Qualifying
  • U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Qualifying
  • U.S. Amateur Public Links Qualifying
  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur Championship

2010

  • U.S. Amateur Qualifying
  • U.S. Amateur Championship – companion course to Chambers Bay
  • Sahalee Players Championship
  • Washington State Champion of Champions

2011

  • WIAA 1A High School Championship
  • WIAA 2A High School Championship
  • Washington Junior Golf Association District 3 Championship
  • Washington State Women’s Amateur Championship
  • Washington State Senior Women’s Amateur Championship
  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying

2012

  • Washington State Senior Men’s Amateur Championship
  • WIAA 1A High School Championship
  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying

2013

  • NCAA Division II Men’s West/South Central Regional
  • Pacific Northwest Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship
  • U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Qualifying
  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying

2014

  • Washington State Women’s Public Links Association Championship
  • PNGA Cup
  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying
  • U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Qualifying
  • U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship

2015

  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • U.S. Open Local Qualifying
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying
  • Washington State Parent-Child Championship

2016

  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Pacific Northwest Junior Boys’ Amateur
  • Pacific Northwest Junior Girls’ Amateur
  • Pacific Northwest PGA Junior Championship
  • Washington State Hickory Open
  • PLU Collegiate Invitational
  • Grays Harbor College Invitational
  • U.S. Women’s Open Qualifier
  • WIAA High School Girls’ Regional Qualifier
  • Drive, Chip & Putt Regional Qualifer

2017

  • Washington State Champion of Champions
  • Washington State Women’s Amateur
  • Washington State Women’s Mid-Amateur
  • Washington State Senior Women’s Amateur
  • Washington State Super Senior Women’s Amateur
  • Sahalee Players Championship Qualifying
  • U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Sectional Qualifying
  • Drive, Chip & Putt Subregional Qualifying
  • Northwest Athletic Conference College Championships
  • Junior America’s Cup
  • Washington State Hickory Open

 


 

2019 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship

What is ‘Four-Ball?’

Established in 2015, the “Four-Ball,” as it is known, is the newest USGA championship and replaces the now-retired U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship which was established in 1922.

U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Trophy

Known by many as better-ball, or the shortened best-ball, four-ball is a widely popular format. In 2012 alone, state and regional golf associations in all 50 states conducted more than 150 championships using the four-ball format. It has been utilized at the Ryder and Solheim Cups. And if you drop by any course, be it public or private, you’ll likely see it being played by most groups.

But until 2015, the USGA had not conducted a four-ball championship.

The rules of four-ball call for each team – or side – to be comprised of two players. Each person plays their own ball and the lower score of the side is counted for each hole (so if Player A scores a 5 and Player B scores a 4, the side’s score is a 4).

At the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship, each side will play 36 holes of stroke play to reduce the field from 128 teams to the lowest 32 for match play. Like other USGA championships, the match play draw will be seeded according to stroke-play scores. Match play will then be contested over the final days of the competition to determine a national champion.

Chambers Bay and The Home Course will each be the sites of the 36 holes of the stroke-play segment of the championship, with sides playing one course the first round and the other course the second round. The match-play segment of the championship will then be contested at Chambers Bay.

The rules for four-ball are essentially the same for both stroke and match play with a few nuances, one being teammates and their caddies can offer advice to each other, something not seen in a singles match. The team aspect is what makes four-ball such a popular format among recreational and elite golfers.

And now, the USGA has a national championship to support it.


 

2014 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links

The 38th U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship held at The Home Course in July of 2014 was a huge success and received accolades from all around the world. See below for videos and photos from the remarkable week…

Alice Chen after her victory during the first round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Fans watch with Mount Rainier in the distance. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Lucy Li reacts to her shot during the first round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Robynn Ree during the second round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Cindy Ha and father/caddie Matthew Ha during the second round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Fumie (Alice) Jo during the semifinal round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Alana Uriell is hugged by her caddie Austin Bordeaux during the quarterfinal round of match play Elle Curran (8), of Tacoma, Washington watches the action during the quarterfinal round of match play A deer races across the fifth green during the quarterfinal round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons) Gallery following the Alana Uriell and Eun Jeong Seong match during the semifinal round of match play Fumie (Alice) Jo after her 3and2 victory at the 34th hole during the final round of match play. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)
WAPL Recap Video
USGA holds last Women’s Amateur Public Links in DuPont (PCTV)

 

2010 U.S. Amateur Championship

In 2008, less than a year after opening for play, The Home Course was selected by the United States Golf Association to be the companion course to Chambers Bay as the host site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur Championship. During championship week in August 2010, The Home Course was the site of the two stroke-play qualifying rounds for the U.S. Amateur, alternating with Chambers Bay, before the match-play portion of the championship was then held at Chambers Bay.

 

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