Big winners at inaugural Kitsap Amateur Memorial

Updated: June 30, 2011

The inaugural Kitsap Amateur Memorial Golf Championship (KAM) was played over Memorial Day Weekend at McCormick Woods Golf Course, Trophy Lake Golf & Casting and Gold Mountain Golf Complex in Port Orchard and Bremerton, WA. Consisting of 54 holes of stroke play over three days, the event concluded with Pete McKenzie making a hole-in-one on the final day and winning $10,000.

Don Bee and Tom Smith also walked away big winners of the grand prize golf vacation drawing that includes airfare from Alaska Airlines Vacations, accommodations at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar and rounds of golf at the storied Palmilla Golf Club in sunny, warm Los Cabos, Mexico.

All told, close to $20,000 in prizes and daily incentives were handed out to those who finished at the top of the leader board in their respective divisions, thanks to sponsorships from Michelob Ultra and Olympic Eagle Distributing, Olympic Sports & Spine Rehabilitation and Pacific Northwest Golfer.

The KAM will be an annual event played at the same courses as this year’s events. The KAM is the latest product of the Kitsap Peninsula Golf Group which consists of Gold Mt. Golf Complex in Bremerton, WA and Trophy Lake Golf & Casting and McCormick Woods Golf Course in Port Orchard, WA. These three top rated facilities promote golf on the Kitsap Peninsula via coordinated marketing efforts and sensational stay and play packages at