Ryan Moore of Puyallup, Wash. clinched the winning point for the United States in a 17-11 victory over Europe to cap the Americans' biggest rout in 35 years at the Ryder Cup.
The 2004 winner of the Sahalee Players Championship is just the third Northwest player to play in Ryder Cup.
Moore's come-from-behind, 1-up victory over Lee Westwood gave the cup back to this side of the Atlantic for the first time since 2008.
"I have no words right now," Moore said minutes after the win. "It was incredible to be where I was a week ago and then to go on to win the last point for the Ryder Cup, it's pretty amazing."
The Sahalee Players Championship Tournament Committee and Sahalee Country Club have announced that the Sahalee Players Championship (SPC) will not be played in 2016 due to the KPMG Women's PGA Championship being held at Sahalee on June 9-12, 2016. The SPC will return to Sahalee Country Club in 2017 and will be held during its traditionally scheduled time in the first week of July.
Corey Pereira is the winner of the 22nd Sahalee Players Championship.
Corey Pereira of Cameron Park, Calif. held off a late charge in today's final round to win the 22nd Sahalee Players Championship (SPC), held at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash.
Pereira never trailed in the championship, which fielded 66 elite male amateur golfers from around the world, opening with a 7-under par 65 in the first round, building a 6-shot lead after two rounds, and still leading by three after the third round.
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The annual Sahalee Players Championship carries on the legacy of premier championship golf in the region
by Craig Smith
When you look at how much Pacific Northwest golf history has been made at Sahalee Country Club, you might think the course opened in 1869, when Washington was a territory, instead of 1969.
Sahalee has been around less than a half century but has made a huge footprint in the sport. Like most of the nation's notable golf clubs, it is already full of lore, tradition and stories.