Past Winners

Pat Sutton Division

In 2009, the Open Division of the tournament was named the Pat Sutton Division, in recognition of Riverside’s long time professional who has worked with the event for more than half of its 76 years.

Riverside Invitational Best Ball Tournament Results, Pat Sutton Division

1939 — Harold Salvador-Joe Ahern, C-E, 134
1940 — Ray Honsberger-Robert Hofer, Inverness, 134
1941– Lou Jennings-Walter Wallis, PGC, 141
1942– Marty Leptich-Vance Hood, Peninsula, 140 (Def. Bill Prantis-Al Carr, Riverside, 6 holes)
1943 — Harold Salvador-Wilford Salvador, C-E 137 (Def. Joe Ahern, Alderwood-Roy Wiggins, Oswego, 5 holes)
1944 — Joe Ahern, Alderwood-Roy Wiggins, Oswego, 134
1945 — Harold Salvador-Wilford Salvador, C-E, 134
1946 — Marty Leptich, Riverside-Ray Weston, Alderwood (Def. Lou Stafford-Charles Stafford, Eastmoreland, 5 holes)
1947– Lou Jennings-F.J. Heitkemper, PGC, 137
1948 — Dick Yost-Fred Mueller, Rose City, 66 (The Dalles because of flood, 18 holes only)
1949 — Allan McAllister, Waverley-Benny Hughes, Eastmoreland, 131

 

1950 — Dick Yost, Rose City- Ron Clark, The Dalles, 132
1951– James Shaw-Bill Wittenberg, C-E, 135
1952– Budd Jensen-Bob Jensen, Rose City, 137
1953 — Bob McReynolds-Bob Bronson, Riverside, 135
1954 — Ralph Dichter-R. J. Nichols, Astoria, 134
1955 — Chuck Huggins-Don Bick, Coos Bay, 133
1956 — Harold Jacobsen-Dick Price, 133
1957– Bob Norquist, C-E-Don Bick, Coos Bay, 136
1958 — Bob McReynolds-Bob Bronson, Riverside, 136 (Def. Bob Atkinson Jr.-Dick Estey, C-E, 2 holes)
1959 — Harold Jacobsen-Dick Price, Longview, 134

 

1960 — Marty Leptich-George Inglis, Riverside, 136
1961– Bob Atkinson Jr.-Dick Estey, PGC, 135
1962 — Jerry Cundari-Tom Shaw, 135 (Def. Skip Nagler-Jim Mallory, Spokane, 1 hole)
1963 — Skip Nagler-Jim Mallory, Spokane, 138
1964 —  Harold Jacobsen-Dick Price, Longview, 136 (Def. Jack Owens-Barney Hodak, Salem,1 hole)
1965 — Bob Atkinson-Dick Estey, PGC, 136
1966 — Bob Atkinson-Dick Estey, PGC, 135
1967– Ken Leonard-Charles Lagler, Riverside, 135
1968 — Mike O’Toole-Bob Wolsborn, 134
1969 — Mike O’Toole-Bob Wolsborn, 134

 

1970 — Don Krieger-Bob Donnelly, 134
1971– Mike Spang-Millard Rosenblatt, 133
1972 — Jerry Cundari-Butch Ogilvy, 136
1973 — Kent Myers-John Hedlund, 130
1974 — Dave Crowe-Mike Stoll, 134
1975 — Mike Stoll-Marc Vuksich, 135
1976 — Kent Myers-John Hedlund, 132
1977– Kent Myers-John Hedlund, 131
1978 — Ron Garland-Doug Skille, 137
1979 — John Adler-Donnell Smith 134 (Def. John Mooney-Rocky Chapman, 1 hole)

 

1980 — Bob Harrington-Jeff Lake, 137
1981 — Kent Myers-John Hedlund, 132
1982 — John Adler-Donnell Smith, 134
1983 — Dave DeLong-John DeLong, 138
1984 — Gay Davis-Fred Haney 137 (Def. Ron Garland-Doug Skille, 2 holes)
1985 — Gay Davis-Fred Haney, 136 (Def. Bucky Sheffield-Ron Delaney,  2 holes)
1986 — John Adler-Donnell Smith, 133
1987– Ron Garland-Doug Skille, 139
1988 — Dave Crowe-Bob Allard, 132 (Def. Paul Campbell-Bill Morrison, Scott Baines-Randy Arvidson, 3 holes)
1989 — Dave Crowe-Randy Mahar, 124

 

1990 — Mike Helms-Phil Sargent, 133
1991– Fred Haney-Gay Davis, 137 (Def. David Jacobsen-John Alexander, 4 holes)
1992 — Scott Baines-Randy Arvidson, 132 (Def. Rod Livesay-Jim Livesay)
1993 — Doug Skille-Jim Kondos, 136
1994 — Scott Smith-Barry Greig 135 (Def. Paul Campbell-Pat O’Donnell, 6 holes)
1995 — Chris Maletis-Jeff Sanders, 134
1996 — Chris Holzgang-Scott Hval, 132
1997– Scott Baines-Randy Arvidson, 137 (Def. Brian Leitgeb-Brooks Newsome, Jim Pliska-George Walker, 2 holes)
1998 — Randy Grosz-Tony Buda, 134
1999 – Jackson Bentley-Todd Henne, 133

 

2000 – Steve Belt-Charles Kingsbaker, 136
2001 – Bob Britt-Eric Kastner, 135
2002 – Tyler Daniels-Brian Hughes, 131
2003 — Tyler Daniels-Brian Hughes, 127
2004 – Tim Kiley-Dan Kiley, 137 (Def. Jim Pliska, George Walker, 1 hole)
2005 – Chris Holzgang-Scott Hval, 132
2006 – Chris Holzgang-Scott Hval, 130
2007 – Chris Holzgang-Scott Hval, 135
2008 – Jay Poletiek-Jim Dunlap, 135
2009 – Eric Fiskum-Bill Winter, 133

2010 — Eric Fiskum-Bill Winter, 134 (Def. Pat Cooney-Ken Gimble, 3 holes)
2011 — Greg Guernsey-Kasey Young, 132
2012 — Chris Dukeminier-Jack Dukeminier, 131
2013 — Jake Wagner-Sam Kloenne, 133
2014 — Chris Dukeminier-Jack Dukeminier, 132
2015 — Jay Poletiek-Jim Dunlap, 132
2016 — Adam Harrington-Jordan Sweet, 132
2017 — Phil Bagdade-Will Snow, 133 (Def. Chris Dukeminier-Brad Simpson, 2 holes)

 

Cy Perkins Division

In 2004, the Senior Division was named for Cy Perkins, who in that year at age 94, participated in his 64th of the 66 tournaments. In 1948, because of the Vanport Flood, he hosted the tournament in Hood River, to ensure continuity. Mr. Perkins passed away Oct. 15, 2008, at 97.

 

Riverside Invitational Best Ball Tournament Results, Cy Perkins Division
1986 –- Newton Kier-Walt Anderson, 143 (Def. Bob Parry-Larry Austad, 3rd hole)
1987 — Jim Frost-Bob Jacobs, 137
1988 — Hal Light-Ken Donahue, 142
1989 — Spike Beeber-Bruce Cudd, 132
1990 — Spike Beeber-Bruce Cudd, 143

 

1991 -– Don Loving-Bill Leary (awarded championship); Dick Price-Harold Jacobsen, 145
1992 –- Dick Price-Harold Jacobsen, 145
1993 — Dean Daugherty-Gene Gooderis; Clair Kidd-Jerry Little; Roger Dasch-Dick Hiller, 141 (Declared co-champions)
1994 — Spike Beeber-Bruce Cudd, 142
1995 — Dean Daugherty-Gene Gooderis, 139
1996 — Bill Morrison-Fores Beaudry, 136
1997 -– Jerry Cundari-Russ Swanson, 135
1998 — Dick Iverson-Jerry Iverson, 140
1999 -– Dick Iverson-Jon Masterson, 139

 

2000 -– Dick Iverson-Jon Masterson, 136
2001 -– Mike Stoll-Jim Olsen, 136 (Def. Dick Iverson-Jon Masterson, 5 holes)
2002 -–  Chris Maletis-Mike Stoll, 133
2003 — Dick Iverson-Jon Masterson, 133
2004 -– Ron Leighton-Bob Foster, 133
2005 -– Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 133
2006 -– Sam Spicher-Jon Woodson, 135 (Def. Dick Shafer-Bill Hood, 5 holes)
2007 –- Dick Shafer-Bill Hood, 135
2008 –- Dick Shafer-Bill Hood, 136
2009 –- Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 134

 

2010 — Jon Woodson-Sam Spicher, 134
2011 — Dick Shafer-Bill Hood, 135 (Def. Mike Kloenne-Brian Little, 3 holes)
2012 — Byron Patton-Pat O’Donnell,  135
2013 — Byron Patton-Pat O’Donnell,  137
2014 — Mike Kloenne-Brian Little, 135
2015 — Walter Porterfield-Doug Banks, 137
2016 — Brad Carey-Randy Grosz, 135
2017 — Bob Harrington- Gregg Guernsey, 137

Spike Beeber Division

In 2012, the Masters Division was renamed for long time Riverside Best Ball participant, Spike Beeber, who has been instrumental in development of golf in the Pacific Northwest, especially through decades of work serving with the Pacific Northwest Golf Association.

2011 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 136
2012 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 143
2013 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 136
2014 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 136
2015 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 140
2016 — Ken Forster-Mike Alley, 134
2017 — Steve Fordney-Michael Healy, 143 (Won in Playoff)