Cascade Golfer Cup offers up series of events for amateurs

Updated: May 31, 2011

Having sent tournament winners in previous years to The Masters, the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Bandon Dunes, Hawaii, Palm Springs and Malaysia, producers of the Cascade Golfer Cup — the region’s most ambitious amateur tournament series — have upped the ante in 2011, adding one event, three new courses, and featuring over $100,000 in prizes.

Just like at all seven Cascade Golfer Cup events, the top-15 net teams and top-five gross teams all received prizes, ranging from stay-and-plays to Hawaii and other dream golf destinations, to golf clubs, merchandise and more. In addition, every competing team earned points towards the season-long Cascade Golfer Cup championship, the winners of which will receive a 2012 Summer Golf Package including twosomes at 20 different elite Puget Sound courses.

Tournaments continue throughout the summer for 2011 at places like McCormick Woods (June 11), Suncadia Resort (Puetz Golf Shootout, July 23), White Horse (Aug. 13) and Gold Mountain’s Olympic Course (Michelob ULTRA Open, Sept. 10), followed by the season-ending Cascade Golfer Cup Championship at Druids Glen Golf Club on Oct. 1

Sign up today at, or by e-mailing tournament coordinator Simon Dubiel at