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Russell Grove hoping to write different ending at 2018 Rosauers Open

The North Idaho College golf coach walked off the 18th green after making his sixth birdie in seven holes for an apparent two-stroke win. However, minutes later carts took Grove, playing partners Derek Berg and Jason Molner and their caddies back to No. 6, where it was determined Grove had violated a rule by improving his lie, area of intended stance or swing or line of play, apparently by moving a live branch.

Vinnie Murphy, Drew Reinland move to top of Lilac City Invitational leaderboard

Saturday is known as moving day in 72-hole golf tournaments and that’s exactly what unfolded at the Lilac City Invitational. The movement went in both directions on another windy day at the Fairways. Vinnie Murphy, of Linden Country Club in Puyallup, Clarkston’s Drew Reinland and Spokane’s Dylan Maine climbed up the leaderboard while second-round leader Shane Prante missed an opportunity to take control of the tournament.

Nothing odd about Corey Prugh being among Rosauers Open favorites

It’s an odd-numbered year so identifying the favorite at the 30th annual Rosauers Open Invitational seems simple enough. Corey Prugh, the event’s only four-time champion, won in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015. That’s a pattern the Manito assistant pro would like to see continue.

Vijarro birdies last hole to win Lilac shootout

The Lilac City Invitational, the region’s only 72-hole event, came down to the last hole and last stroke as Andrew Vijarro’s 20-foot birdie putt capped a sizzling 9-under 63 for a one-shot win over Jesse Schutte.

Rosauers Open attracts another talented pool

MeadowWood pro Bob Scott’s favorites for the Rosauers Open Invitational began with a handful of the usual suspects. Upon further review, it had reached double digits.

Corey Prugh scrambled on 18 to make birdie to win the Rosauers Open at Indian Canyon.

Corey Prugh has won four Rosauers Open Invitational titles, but he might have outdone himself for sheer drama with his latest triumph Sunday at Indian Canyon. That’s saying something because Prugh established the tournament record of 21-under 192 in 2009, he had a hole-in-one and an eagle on No. 18 to overtake Tim Feenstra in 2011 and he birdied No. 17 for a one-shot victory in 2013.

Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers. Puyallup’s Derek Barron moved to the top of the list with a 9-under-par 62 – Saturday’s low round – for a two-day, 13-under 129. Three-time champion Corey Prugh is two shots back after a bogey-free 64.

Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers.