Four-person scramble benefiting Woodburn Junior Golf scheduled for Oct. 17 at OGA Golf Course

COURTESY PHOTO: NEIL WILHELM - The 2019 Woodburn girls golf team placed fourth overall at the 4A State Championships. From left: Paris Wilhelm, Larissa Krivoshein, Nina Scherbakov, Bailey Woolley, April Vasquez and Haley Elsasser.A global pandemic was not enough to stop the Woodburn High School golf team's annual fundraiser tournament, just delay it for a few months.

The Bulldogs' seventh annual scramble at the OGA golf course at Tukwila will take place Oct. 17, with tee times starting at 8:30 a.m.

Normally slated for the spring, the Woodburn golf team has been bringing together community members and sponsors for its annual event to benefit the Junior Golf Program that helps introduce the sport to local youth through outreach and providing equipment.

Due to the unique circumstances that postponed this year's event, the tournament will use tee times beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tournament entry includes a sack lunch in addition to green fees, a cart and range balls for practicing prior to the start.

Registration is $300 per four-person team for groups that pay before Oct. 9. The cost bumps up to $350 for teams that register between Oct. 10 and Oct. 17.

Hole sponsorship costs $100, with a discount for teams that register to play and sponsor a hole.

Register to play

For more information, email Woodburn High School golf head coach Neil Wilhelm at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 503-951-3349.

Additional information is available at the tournament website:

Make checks payable to Woodburn Junior Golf Club.

Mail entry forms to Woodburn Junior Golf, Attn: Neil Wilhelm, 7192 S.W. Bouchaine St., Wilsonville, OR 97070.

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