PNW PGA awards Sharp, Coston and Prante as 2020 Players of the Year

Updated: December 31, 2020

Brady Sharp, Jeff Coston and Shane Prante have been named the Omega Players of the Year by the Pacific Northwest Section PGA. All three had terrific seasons, despite limited in play by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sharp was named the Omega Player of the Year for his performances which included a tie for second at the PNW PGA Championship, a tie for fifth at the Muckleshoot Washington Open Invitational, a tie for 21st at the Northwest Open invitational as well as winning the Central Washington Chapter Championship. Sharp, who plays out of Wine Valley in Walla Walla, also qualified for the PGA Professional Championship next spring.

Coston, an instructional columnist for Inside Golf Newspaper and the director of instruction at Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, won the Pacific Northwest Senior PGA Championship, captured the Senior Oregon Open Invitational and was second at the Senior Washington Open Invitational.

Prante was named as the Omega Assistant of the Year for winning the Pacific Northwest PGA Assistant Championship, finishing second at the Western Washington Chapter Assistant Championship, finishing in a tie for 11th at the Oregon Open Invitational, finishing in a tie for 14th at the Muckleshoot Washington Open Invitational, finishing in a tie for 36th at the Northwest Open Invitational and tying for 65th at the annual National PGA Assistant Club Championship.