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Can 4th be the best? When it comes to our 4th annual PCA-Portland COACH-AM Charity Golf Classic, the answer is YES!


One of the core things we teach in our workshops is to focus on the ELM tree of Mastery. If you only look at the scoreboard, it only tells part of the story so it is important to find additional things to measure so you can gauge your success in different ways, so you can see growth and improvement. When it comes to our golf tournament, we are happy to share that we have won in every measurable category. We had 22 teams participate this year in the tournament and that is the most we have ever had participate. We raised over $70,000 and that is the most money we have ever raised at our golf tournament. We have always had amazing celebrity coaches and former pro athletes turn out to help support the cause and this year was no exception. Please read below to find which coaches and celebrities supported our event this year.

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This was also our first year to host the tournament at Oswego Lake Country Club. One of the finest private courses in all of Oregon and truly a pleasure to have the opportunity to play on such a fantastic course.


  • Wayne Tinkle (OregonState U Basketball)
  • Mike Barrett (Portland Diamond Project)
  • Bob Gross (Trail Blazers)
  • Jack Jewsbury (Timbers)
  • Craig Cheek (Portland Diamond Project)
  • Scott Leykam (UP Pilots)
  • Dawn Shockley (OSU Golf Coach)
  • Ryan Johnson (Timbers)
  • Mark Radford (Trailblazers)
  • Sean Kelly (Concordia Basketball)
  • Lindsey Aho (Concordia Golf)
  • Nigel Burton (RipCity Radio - Football)
  • Barret Peery (PSU Basketball)
  • Darwin Barney (Portland Diamond Project)
  • Joey Petschl (OSU Basketball)
  • Matt Gregg (Warner Pacific Basketball)
  • Marlon Stewart (OSU Basketball)
  • David Lucas (Maurice Lucas Foundation)=
  • Ross Smith (Timbers)

PCA-Portland would like to thank the following groups for sponsoring the tournament - special thanks to everyone who donated to help make the tournament a success!

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