Oregon Golf Association team captures crown at PNGA Cup

Updated: June 4, 2012

After the final individual match play competition at the 7th annual Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) Cup, Oregon Golf Association (OGA) captured its third title in a row and its fifth overall.

Oregon had a 2.5-point lead from its stellar play on day one. Close on their heels was British Columbia Golf, followed by Idaho Golf Association (3.5 points back) and the Washington State Golf Association (4 points back). In the two Mid-Amateur Divisions, the OGA set their tone by stealing 5 out of a possible 6 points from their competitors, a number that kept them ahead of the other associations for the better part of the day.

Leading the way with convincing wins for OGA were former Oregon State Beavers Jillian Carlile, of Vancouver, over Shawna Farmer, of Bellevue (5&4), and Brie Stone, of Veneta, over Leslie Folsom, of Seattle (6&5).