Reno Open

Ben Hogan
RenoOpen

2017 Reno Open takes place May 16 and 17.

In the late 1940’s, there was a professional golf tournament called the Reno Open played at Washoe Golf Course.  Some of the greats of the time participated, and the legendary Ben Hogan won in 1948.  Now, nearly 70 years later, we are proud to again host the Reno Open.

In addition to a cash purse, the Reno Open offers the winner an exemption into the 2017 Barracuda Championship, an official PGA TOUR event from July 31 thru August 6 at Montreux Golf & Country Club.

Compete in individual play in this two-day tournament, where you could win a share of the $10,000 purse (based on 100 entrants; to be determined) and our 1st Place Grand Prize – an exemption into the 2016 Barracuda Championship!

The pro/scratch events will be scored in the Modified Stableford scoring format.

Package include a room for two nights at the Eldorado Resort Reno!

US Open Local Qualifying at Edgewood Tahoe will be Monday, May 15th.

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2016 Reno Open Winner

Scott Smith

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2016 Reno Open Results

PLACE NAME SCORE PAYOUT
1 Scott Smith 14-11–25 $1,500
2 Ben Kern 9-15–24 $925
3 JJ Holen 11-12–23 $750
T4 Chris Riley 11-11–22 $650
T4 Dino Giacomanzzi 7-15–22 $650
T4 Peter Lansburgh 5-17–22 $650
7 Matthew Negri 18-2–20 $500
8 Matt Pridey 18-1–19 $400
T9 Jeff Gove 8-10–18 $325
T9 Johnny Ruiz 3-15–18 $325
T11 Alex Kim 7-10–17 $225
 T11 Jered Stone 3-14–17 $225
T13 John Chin 9-7–16 $75
T13 Kevin Dougherty 4-12–16 $75
T13 Michael McCabe 9-7–16 $75
T13 Parker McLachlin 7-9–16 $75
T13 Trent Virden 6-10–16 $75
T18 Brian Beach 4-11–15
T18 Matt Jabavy 4-11–15
T20 Andrew Vijarro 6-8–14
T20 Brett Okimura 8-6–14
T20 Matthew Pinizzotto 8-6–14
T20 Ryan McCullough 8-6–14
T20 Todd Fischer 6-8–14
T25 David Fink 5-8–13
T25 Preston Valder 4-9–13
T27 Jared Becher -2-14–12
T27 Jeff Hamm 3-9–12
T27 Ryan Sperry 8-4–12
T27 Travis Whisman 4-8–12
T31 Aaron Choi 6-5–11
T31 Chris Gilman 6-5–11
T31 Conor Salcido 7-4–11
T31 Rory Doll 4-7–11
T35 Brian Miller 5-5–10
T35 Jordan Rogers 7-3–10
T35 Miguel Delgado 8-2–10
T35 Steven Hiraga 2-8–10
T40 Alex Franklin 4-5–9
T40 Brian Prouty 3-6–9
42 Tyler Weworski 3-5–8
43 Pete Vilairatana 9–2–7
44 Nicholas Chianello 1-5–6
T45 Blake Schmitt 4-0–4
T45 Daniel Maier 5–1–4
T45 Eric Hallberg 1-3–4
T45 Greg Wenzel 3-1–4
T45 Sean King 2-2–4
50 Preston Matchett -1-4–3
T51 Ian Dahl 2-0–2
53 Alex Bungert 0-1–1
T54 Christian Chang -6-5—1
T54 Derek Larson -6-5—1
T54 Jordan Gilmore -2-1—1
T54 Mathew Ogden -2-1—1
58 Michael McGinn -4-2—2
T59 Dana DeSarle -5-2—3
T59 Hudson Stremmel -2–1—3
61 Chris Hatzke -5-1—4
62 Joshua Ralph -1–4—5
T63 Brian Walker -3–3—6
T63 Michael-John Morin -2–4—6
65 Eric Hanson 2–9—7
66 Markus Zinke -9-1—8
T67 Daniel Sewell -5–4—9
T67 Michael Dominick -12-3—9
69 Jack Griffen -4–7—11
70 Phil Snow -6–6—12
T71 Jesse Schutte -8–6—14
T71 Loy Teo -2–12—14
T73 Josh Weeden -7–13—20
T73 Nick Runnels -7–13—20
75 Patrick Wagner -15–6—21
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