Amateurs and Professionals finish in tie at Hudson Cup
WSGA amateurs at the 2014 Hudson Cup
WSGA amateurs at the 2014 Hudson Cup

TUALATIN, Ore. (Oct. 24, 2014) — On Thursday and Friday at Tualatin Country Club in Oregon, five amateurs from the Oregon Golf Association, as well as five from the Washington State Golf Association teamed up to face the 10 best PGA professionals from the Pacific Northwest Golf Association in the 66th running of the Hudson Cup Matches.

This year's edition ended in a tie, with both teams concluding Friday's action with 10 of a total 20 points.

In the Senior Hudson Cup, the amateurs defeated the professionals for the first time since 2003. As the matches concluded at Tualatin, the amateurs finished with 12.5 while the pros tallied 7.5.

2013 U.S. Senior Amateur runner-up Pat O'Donnell defeated Scott Krieger 2-and-1 in Friday's singles match while four-time Washington State Senior Amateur champion Tom Brandes suffered one of the few losses, falling to Rob Gibbons 2-and-1.

ABOUT THE The Hudson Cup

The Hudson Cup Matches and Senior Hudson Cup Matches are conducted by the Pacific Northwest Section of the PGA of America in cooperation with the Oregon and Washington State Golf Associations. The matches pit the top amateurs against the top professionals.

Each player plays three matches: A Foursome Match, a Four-Ball Match and a Singles Match. At the completion of the events, awards are presented to the outstanding player on each team as decided by votes of the team members. The awards honor Chuck Congdon, Larry Lamberger, Bob McKendrick, and Bill Eggers, four great players with outstanding Hudson Cup records.

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