For Immediate Release
May 31, 2016

Portland, Oregon

For more information:
Tom Maletis   (503) 702-5000
Jeanne Dahl (503) 626-2711
Reid Hutchins (503) 291-0109

For Immediate Release

Cambia Portland Classic Amateur Open Pairings:

7:00 a.m. – Madalyn Ardueser (Willamette High School), Rosie Cook

7:10 a.m. – Pheobe Nguyen (Whitman College), Taylor Hartley (Union High School)

7:20 a.m. – Kendall Gray (University of Idaho), Danika Palm (Richland High School), Amanda Elich (West Linn High School)

7:30 a.m. – Kristin Elich (George Fox University), Naomi Eun Young Ko (North Carolina State), Kim Cherokee (Washington State University)

7:40 a.m. – Sydney Maluenda (George Fox University), Marianne Li (University of California, Berkeley) Tara Finigan (Portland State University)

7:50 a.m. – Gigi Stoll (University of Arizona), Mariel Galdiano (Punahou School), Olivia Benzin (Oregon State University)

The winner of the event will earn a guaranteed spot in the 72-hole Portland Classic tournament proper to be held June 30-July 3, at Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Portland, OR.  The second and third place finishers will earn spots alongside professionals in the tournament’s Monday qualifier to be held on Monday, June 27.  The top two finishers from the Monday qualifier will also earn entry into the Portland Classic.

The Portland Classic will feature the world’s top women professional golfers at Columbia-Edgewater Country Club in Portland, OR, from June 30-July 3, 2016.  The 72-hole tournament features a purse of $1.3 million and broadcast coverage on the Golf Channel for all four rounds.  Brooke Henderson won the 2016 tournament by 8-stokes for her first win on the LPGA Tour, setting a new 72-hole tournament scoring record as well at 21-under par. Henderson became just the second player and first since 2000 to Monday qualify for an LPGA Tour event and go on to win.

Tickets to the Portland Classic are available now at

Langdon Farms Golf Club is ranked as the #1 course to host tournaments and corporate events in Portland, Oregon and rated four out of five stars by Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play.  Designed by John Fought and Robert Cupp, Langdon Farms opened for play in 1995 and is professionally managed by OB Sports Golf Management.

For more information on the Portland Classic and Tournament Golf Foundation, or call 503-626-2711.  For more information on Langdon Farms Golf Club or for practice rounds, visit or call 503-678-4653.