Corey Prugh's win at the Rosauers Open highlights the weekend as seven current and former Huskies competed in various events in the United States and in Canada.
It was a busy weekend for the Washington Men's Golf team as current and former Huskies competed in tournaments all over the country.
With his second consecutive tournament win, Washington's Corey Pereira captured the title at the inaugural Sierra Players Invitational held at the Winchester Country Club just outside of Sacramento.
Holding off a late surge by Australian Curtis Luck in the final round of the Sahalee Players Championship, Washington's Corey Pereira grabbed the title Wednesday by a six-stroke margin.
Washington alum Kevin Spooner won a five-hole playoff to win the Syncrude Boreal Open on the PGA Tour Canada at the Fort McMurray Golf Club this past Sunday.
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Sunday marked the dramatic conclusion of the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay with Jordan Spieth prevailing by one shot over Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen.
The 115th U.S. Open continues to show its teeth as Chambers Bay played even more difficult on Saturday as only six players in the field were under par.
A triple bogey on the par-four 10th would seem to derail another strong round at the 115th U.S. Open for recent Washington graduate Cheng-Tsung Pan.
Three Huskies began competition in the 115th U.S. Open just about an hour south of Montlake at Chambers Bay.
The amazing early-summer run of Cheng-Tsung Pan continued Monday at the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying at Suncadia's Tumble Creek Golf Course.
Washington had five players honored on Wednesday after being named to the Pac-12 All-Academic teams as announced by Commissioner Larry Scott.