Tim Feenstra, an assistant pro at Seattle’s Broadmoor Golf Club was co-leading heading into the last round and leading by one stroke on the final hole of the 24th annual Rosauers Open Invitation golf tournament but came in second to Corey Prugh. Feenstra bogeyed the 18th hole to lose by two strokes despite shooting a 5-under 66 in the last round. The tournament was last weekend in Spokane at Indian Canyon Golf Course.
Despite the close loss, Feenstra had a great tournament and represented Broadmoor well.
A Broadmoor midcentury modern home which was influenced by Canlis and its architect Roland Terry was recently updated and featured in the Seattle Times. The home which was built in 1962 was transformed by the owners with the help of architect Colin Brandt and Dyna Contracting. Click the link to read more about the 7 month remodel and to see pictures taken after the work was complete.
Came across this recent article about pro golfer Paul Casey who is trying to get back on track at Vancouver’s Canadian Open. But the article got my attention because it talked about Casey’s success when he won 3 straight Pac Ten titles when he was attending Arizona State. His final year in 1999, he won his third and final Pac Ten title when he shot ten-under 60 in his final round at Broadmoor Golf Club. A course record that still stands.
On the heels of the Broadmoor’s 4th of July Parade comes Madison Park’s parade and picnic on Saturday, July 9th. The parade starts at noon sharp and heads down East Madison to the park where a picnic awaits with complimentary food, games, Deano the Clown, etc.
So if you are looking for fun for the family tomorrow, then head down to Madison Park and check it out. For more details click on Madison Park Days.