Oregon Hickory Open: August 16-17

The 2023 Oregon Hickory Open will be hosted at the Reserve Vineyard and Golf Club on August 16 & 17.  The event is presented by NWHP board member, Brad Harvey and will start at 1:00 p.m. on Day One and 9:00 a.m. on the final day so folks have time to commute to and from neighboring states.  The entry fee is $150 per player (walking rate) and is payable at the pro shop.

The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club opened for play in 1997 and immediately distinguished itself as the region’s premiere golf destination, boasting two courses with enough juice in the layouts to challenge some of the game’s greatest players. From 1998 to 2002, The Reserve hosted Peter Jacobsen’s Fred Meyer Challenge, the country’s largest non-sanctioned PGA Tour event. A veritable “who’s who” of golf icons – Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, Fred Couples, Phil Mickelson, and Sergio Garcia – participated in the Pacific Northwest’s marquee golf event. From 2003 to 2006, The Reserve hosted the PGA Champions Tour major, the JELD-WEN Tradition. The 2003 event “produced a win by one of golf’s all-time greats, an emotional story line, a strong leader board and a dramatic ending” (The Oregonian). Besides tournament winner Tom Watson, the field boasted golf greats Jack Nicklaus, Fuzzy Zoeller, Hale Irwin, Tom Kite, Jim Thorpe, and Craig Stadler.

In 2012, The Reserve again hosted a field of PGA Tour and Champions Tour All-Stars in the Umpqua Bank Challenge. Golf icon Lee Trevino and 2011 Fed-Ex Cup Champion Bill Haas were among those included in the field. Playing with his father Jay, the two shared the team victory with an impressive Best Ball score of 55 (17 under par) on the final day of play.

Every aspect of The Reserve revolves around creating an unmatched golf experience for people who love the game – and appreciate the privileges, amenities, atmosphere and attention to detail expected at a high-caliber golf club.

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