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Saturday, October 24, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Scott Erdmann wins three-man playoff to capture Rosauers Open title

Scott Erdmann played the par-5 18th at Indian Canyon twice in the pro-am earlier in the week and four times during the Rosauers Open Invitational. His scores: eagle, birdie, birdie, birdie, birdie and birdie. Erdmann’s fina two birdies came Sunday afternoon, the first helping him get into an all-Oregon three-man playoff and the second, roughly 30 minutes later, completing his improbable comeback to win the tournament.

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.

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.

Defending champ Tim Feenstra shares lead after opening round of Rosauers

Tim Feenstra picked up Friday just about where he left off at last year’s Rosauers Open Invitational. The defending champion shot a 7-under 64 at Indian Canyon to share the first-round lead with Ben Nelson, assistant pro at Linden Golf and Country Club in Puyallup, Washington. Amateurs Derek Bayley, a Lakeland High graduate and sophomore at Washington State, and Eric Ansett, a sophomore at Lipscomb University who played for Ferris, are one stroke back.