Sysco wins Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Pro-Am

  • Monday, May 20, 2019 5:28pm
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The Sysco-sponsored team – led by PGA pro Hagen Dickinson of Allenmore Golf Course, Tacoma and amateurs Jim Redman, Steve Crowe, Bob Carlin and Russ Heaton – won the team shamble competition at the Muckleshoot Casino Washington Open Pro-Am at Meridian Valley Country Club on Sunday.

Team Sysco fired a score of 34-under.

Second place wound up a tie between a team led by PGA pro Ryan Malby of Ironhorse GC (Whitefish, Mont.) with amateurs Subeer Manhas, Daniel Wilskie, John Rial and Tom Little and the Donovan Brothers-sponsored team led by PGA pro Darren Black of Rainier G&CC (Seattle) and amateurs Darrell Donovan, Kevin Donovan, Todd Grenich and Dennis Wallick.

Low professional honors went to Derek Berg of PNW Golf Academy (Issaquah) who fired a 8-under par 64. PGA pro Darren Black finished second with a 68.

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