WEB.COM - WinCo Foods Portland Open Preview
08/19/2014 3:23 PM
08/19/2014 3:33 PM
Thursday, August 21st through Sunday, August 24th
Site: Witch Hollow at Pumpkin Ridge, North Plains, Oregon
Course Architect: Robert E. Cupp (1992)
Hole by Hole
Front Nine: 36 3,740 Yds
1 - Par 4 401 Yds
2 - Par 3 171 Yds
3 - Par 4 475 Yds
4 - Par 5 533 Yds
5 - Par 3 211 Yds
6 - Par 4 446 Yds
7 - Par 5 623 Yds
8 - Par 4 382 Yds
9 - Par 4 498 Yds
Back Nine: 35 3,369 Yds
10 - Par 3 212 Yds
11 - Par 5 553 Yds
12 - Par 3 150 Yds
13 - Par 4 410 Yds
14 - Par 4 470 Yds
15 - Par 3 175 Yds
16 - Par 4 432 Yds
17 - Par 4 422 Yds
18 - Par 5 545 Yds
Television: Golf Channel - Thursday -- 6:30-9 p.m. (et), - Friday -- 6:30-8:30 p.m. (et), - Saturday/Sunday -- 7-9 p.m. (et)
Total Purse: $800,000
Shares: 1st Place - $144,000; 2nd Place - $86,400; 3rd Place - $54,400
2014: 1st Year of the Event. Runner up:
Ortiz won the Panama Claro Championship and El Bosque Mexico Championship. He can earn an instant promotion to the PGA Tour with another victory this week. However, Ortiz has not finished higher than 29th in his last eight events.
This is the final regular season event. After this tournament, the top 25 on the money list will earn their PGA Tour cards for the 2014-15 season. The top 75 on the money list will earn a spot in the Web.com Tour finals series events, which begin next week. Following those four events, another 25 players will earn their PGA Tour cards for next season.
The WinCo Foods Portland Open, Brasil Champions and Albertsons Boise Open have the largest purses on the Web.com Tour regular season schedule. The winner will receive $144,000 of the $800,000 purse this week.
The Web.com Tour Finals begin next week in Indiana with the Hotel Fitness Championship. Former Masters champion Trevor Immelman captured the 2013 title.
08/19 15:20:56 ET
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