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Oregon pro wins 34th Rosauers

| July 19, 2021 1:00 AM

SPOKANE — Colin Inglis of Shadow Hills Country Club in Junction City, Ore., won the 34th Rosauers Open Invitational on Sunday at Indian Canyon Golf Course.

Inglis fired rounds of 66-62—66—194, 17-under par, and won by four strokes over amateur Max Sekulic, who plays for Washington State.

Inglis earned $8,000 for the win.

Taylor Porter of Avondale was the top local finisher, tying for 18th place. He shot 70-69-68—207, 6 under par.

Russell Grove, men's and women's golf coach at North Idaho College, and amateur Reid Hatley of Hayden Lake tied for 29th at 3 under par. Grove shot 73-69-68—210, and Hatley carded 70-70-70—210.

Other local finishers included Billy Bomar, co-owner of Prairie Falls Golf Club, who shot 69-72-74—215, 2 over par; Austin Westphal of Avondale, who shot 71-72-75—218, 5 over par; and amateur Jordan Meshell of Circling Raven, who shot 72-75-78—225, 12 over.