Professional tours coming to the Pacific Northwest this year

Updated: April 30, 2024

The professional golf tours are on the way back to the Pacific Northwest – and with a special event for the 2024 golf season.

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – JUNE 25: Brooke M Henderson putts on the 14th hole during the final round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club on Sunday, June 25, 2023 in Springfield, New Jersey. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/PGA of America)

    One of the LPGA’s major championships, the KMPG Women’s PGA, is set to return to the Pacific Northwest June 20-23 at Sahalee Country Club in Samammish, Wash. The championship was last held at Sahalee in 2016 when the tournament was won by a then 18-year-old Brooke Henderson of Canada.

    But that’s not the only professional golf tournament headed this way.

Chanette Wannasaen: won the Portland LPGA Classing becoming the rare Monday qualifier to win the event.

    The Portland LPGA Classic has moved dates and will be held Aug. 1-2 at Portland’s Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Teenager Chanette Wannasaen (above) won the tournament becoming the rare Monday qualifier to win the event.

    The Boeing Classic will bring the PGA Tour Champions to Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club Aug. 9-11 for its annual three-day run just east of Seattle. Stephen Ames won the tournament by a whopping six shots last year at Snoqualmie Ridge.

Boeing Classic

    Rounding out the professional tours in the Northwest is the Albertsons Boise Open, which is set for Aug. 25-28 at Hillcrest Country Club.

    On the Pacific Northwest club professional scene, championships are set for 2024. The Pacific Northwest Section PGA has its set of four major championships which attract the top professionals and amateurs from around the Northwest. The Washington Open Invitational will kick off the major season at Meridian Valley Country Club in Kent May 20-22.  The Pelzer Oregon Open is next on the schedule and set for June 11-13 at Brasada Canyons in Central Oregon. The Rosauers Invitational will take place July 1-21 at Indian Canyon in Spokane while The Northwest Open will wrap up the schedule Aug. 19-21 at The Home Course.