Kalispel Golf & Country Club
Nick McCaslin, PGA Head Golf Professional

2010 W. Waikiki Road

Spokane, WA 99218

(509) 466-9813


Championship Portal             

Follow the link for pairings, live scoring, results and player information. You may also access the portal by using the USGA Tournament Management app on your mobile device.

To access the Championship page, login using the GGID: PNGASENWMN19



The PNGA has made arrangements for a block of rooms at the following hotel. Contestants are encouraged make their lodging arrangements at the earliest possible date. Standard rates at this hotel are much higher at this time. When making reservations, contestants must identify themselves as PNGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championship participants. 


The Northern Quest Resort & Casino
100 North Hayford Road

Airway Heights, WA 99001

Classic Rooms: $135 (Single or Double Occupancy)
Booking Number: 22145

Reservations can be made by calling the Hotel’s reservation department at (877) 871-6772. Please request the Senior Women’s PNGA Amateur Championship rate or you may use the booking ID number to receive the rate.



Course yardage is subject to change based on weather/course conditions but this is a good guide for those that wish to play practice rounds from a similar yardage. Hole-by-hole yardages are at the end of this document.

Senior Women Flight 1: 5461, par-73

Senior Women Flight 2 & 3 and Super Senior Women: 5005, par-73



All contestants must register in person with the PNGA at Kalispel Golf & Country Club, prior to playing in the championship. Registration will be located in the breezeway outside the golf shop. The following hours of registration have been scheduled:


                        SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29:                  11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

                        MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30:               8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.



Rounds 1 and 2 will be a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start.



36-hole gross and net stroke play competition. Contestants in each championship will be divided into flights according to course handicap. Gross and net prizes will be awarded within each flight. In the event of a tie for the overall gross championship a sudden-death playoff will be used to determine the champion. All other ties will be settled by Matching Scorecards as described in Section 5A(6) of the Committee Procedures


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30: Round 1, 9:30 a.m. shotgun start.  

Contestants’ luncheon, hosted by the PNGA, immediately after the round inside the private event tent.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1: Round 2, 9:30 a.m. shotgun start.

Contestants’ luncheon (heavy hors devours), hosted by the PNGA, immediately after the round inside the private event tent.

Awards Ceremony to be held in conjunction with the luncheon at approximately 3:30 p.m.



The PNGA has made arrangements for contestants to play one hosted practice round prior to the championship. Tee times will be available for out of town contestants after 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 29. Local contestants can schedule their practice round during the week prior at the discretion of the golf shop staff. Players may schedule practice round times by calling the golf shop at (509) 466-9813. All times are at the discretion of the host club golf shop staff. Practice rounds may be scheduled after the entry deadline.



The Kalispel Grill will open at 8:00 a.m. with full breakfast service available. Stationary beverage and snack stations will be located on each nine during play and players will also have access to the Kalispel Grill when making the turn.


A contestants' luncheon, hosted by the PNGA, is scheduled in the private event tent after both rounds.  Guests of contestants are welcome. Tickets for guests must be purchased at registration and are $25 per day.



All major credit cards, cash and personal checks are accepted in the golf shop and clubhouse.  



The golf shop and driving range with both be open by 7:30 a.m. each day.



Contestants are welcome to use the women’s locker room throughout the championship. Individual lockers will not be available.  



Club care and overnight club storage will be available beginning on Sunday, September 29. Please make arrangements with the golf shop staff if you wish to leave your clubs overnight.



Range balls will be available on the driving range before each round, courtesy of the PNGA.



The use of automotive carts during the championship is permitted. Carts have been reserved for those contestants who paid for one during registration. Cart fees are $20 per rider, per day and were to be paid at the time of registration



To provide an equal championship platform for all competitors, the use of automotive carts by spectators is not permitted at any time by the PNGA.



The PNGA is committed to providing an enjoyable spectator experience for people with disabilities at PNGA Championships. Requests from spectators seeking transportation onto the golf course due to a permanent disability, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), must be submitted to a PNGA staff member on site. While spectator carts are not allowed, the PNGA will make every effort to accommodate these requests by assigning a PNGA volunteer driver based on availability. The driver will transport the spectator to viewing locations throughout the golf course, not shot-by-shot or hole-by-hole.


Spectators with transportation needs should contact the PNGA Championship Department at
(206) 526-1238 prior to the championship so that arrangements can be made to have a driver on site.


Requests due to temporary injuries or impairments will not be granted.


Only spectators who have complied with the above procedures and met the requirements will be permitted to ride. Every possible effort will be made to ensure that spectators with permanent disabilities are able to view the competition.



Pull carts are permitted. Contestants who use pull carts, should take them around the outside edge of all greenside bunkers and around all teeing grounds.



Host club will not be available. Contestants may provide their own caddie. All caddies will be required to wear a caddie bib which will be provided at scorecard pickup and must be returned after each round with the player’s scorecard.



The PNGA will post and transmit the adjusted scores for all players on the USGA GHIN System for handicapping purposes. Players who belong to Golf Canada will have their scores sent to BC Golf for posting after the championship.



The awards presentations will begin after the final round, during the luncheon at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 1.



Kusak crystal prizes will be awarded to the Champion, Net Champion and all top flight winners (gross and net) within the Senior Women’s Amateur Championship and the Super Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.



The 2019 PNGA Senior Women’s Amateur Champion will receive an exemption into the 2020-2024 PNGA Senior Women’s Amateur Championships. The Champion will also receive an exemption into the 2020 PNGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship.


The 2019 PNGA Super Senior Women’s Amateur Champion will receive an exemption into the
2020-2024 PNGA Super Senior Women’s Amateur Championships. 



Performance points may be awarded for the PNGA Senior Women’s Amateur and Super Senior Women’s Amateur Championship through the player’s respective state or provincial association.  Players may verify with their association by phone or their website.



The PNGA expects all contestants and their caddies to wear suitable attire on the host club property throughout the duration of the championship, including practice rounds. Suitable attire does not include cutoffs, short shorts, tank tops, halters, jeans, or denim of any kind or color, tee shirts, bare midriff, spandex, sweat pants, or unkempt clothing of any kind. Contestants must wear blouses or golf shirts. If a shirt is sleeveless, it must have a collar. Contestants must wear slacks, golf skirts, or shorts. Skirts and shorts must be of an appropriate length and must meet the host club dress code.  Hats and visors must not be worn in the clubhouse. Shoes and socks must be worn at all times on the golf course. Sandals of any kind, including sandals with soft spikes, are not allowed on the golf course at any time, including practice areas. If additional measures are required by the host club, they will be communicated to all contestants prior to the championship and must be adhered to. Gallery must adhere to the host club dress code policy. Failure to adhere to the dress code may result in disqualification and removal from the course.



Shoes with traditionally-designed spikes (regardless of composition, i.e., ceramic, plastic, etc.) or spikes, regardless of design, comprised either entirely or partially of metal (if such metal may come in contact with the course) are prohibited during the stipulated round. Penalty for breach of this condition: DISQUALIFICATION.



The PNGA expects all contestants, caddies, gallery, and guests to exhibit proper conduct and behavior on the golf course and anywhere on club property during a PNGA championship. Unbecoming conduct or behavior may be grounds for immediate disqualification, at any time, from any PNGA event. The following are some examples of unbecoming conduct or behavior:


  • Repeated use of loud, abusive, and/or profane language
  • Throwing and/or breaking equipment (club, ball, etc.) in anger or frustration
  • Damaging host club, PNGA, and/or fellow contestant property
  • Public criticism or verbal abuse of host club, officials, volunteers or staff, and/or PNGA volunteers, staff or fellow contestants
  • Potential endangerment of others
  • Intentionally violating stated club policy
  • Violation of PNGA Dress Code and/or Footwear Policy
  • Other conduct deemed unbecoming


The Committee in charge of the competition shall be the sole judge of determining Conduct Code violations.



All refunds prior to the entry deadline are subject to a $10 administrative fee. Refunds are not available after the closing deadline except for documented and approved medical reasons. Refunds approved after the closing deadline, and up until round one pairings are released, are subject to a $25 administrative fee. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER ROUND ONE PAIRINGS HAVE BEEN RELEASED.


During play of the championship, a competitor must notify PNGA staff and state her need to withdraw. Entrants who unofficially withdraw (by not notifying the PNGA staff or without having sufficient reason to withdraw) will not be granted entry into any future PNGA championship for a minimum of two years.



Rule 5.6a. Unreasonable Delay of Play states: “A player must not unreasonably delay play, either when playing a hole or between two holes.”

Rule 5.6b. Prompt Pace of Play states: “A round of golf is meant to be played at a prompt pace. Each players should recognize that his or her pace of play is likely to affect how long it will take other players to play their rounds, including both those in the player’s own group and those in following groups.”


Rule 5.6b(I). Pace of Play Recommendations states: “The player should play at a prompt pace throughout the round, including the time taken to:

  • Prepare for and make each stroke,
  • Move from one place to another between strokes, and
  • Move to the next teeing area after completing a hole.

A player should prepare in advance for the next stroke and be ready to play when it is his or her turn. When it is the player’s turn to play:

  • It is recommended that the player make the stroke in no more than 40 seconds after he or she is (or should be) able to play without interference or distractions, and
  • The player should usually be able to play more quickly than that and is encouraged to do so.”


If a group is out of position, (DEFINED BELOW) the group will be alerted to the fact and will be requested to play at a faster pace and will be requested to regain their position on the course. Each member of the group will be subject to individual timing at this time (see timing criteria below).  If a golfer exceeds the maximum time allowed for a shot, she is subject to the prescribed penalty listed below. Any warning given remains in effect for the stipulated round. If a group fails to regain their position on the course, even though no individual has exceeded the maximum individual time allowed, the GROUP may be subject to penalty if the group exceeds the total time the Committee has determined that each group should take to play a hole.



First Group - At any time during the round, they exceed the allotted time to play.

Subsequent Groups - At any time during the round they, (a) exceed the allotted time to play and (b) reach a par-3 hole that is open and free of play or reach a par-4 or par-5 hole and have not played a stroke from the teeing ground before the hole is open and free of play.

NOTE: The Committee reserves the right to time a group when the Committee deems it necessary.


TIMING CRITERIA: When a group is not out of position, players are requested to play within 45 seconds. If a group is out of position, the players in the group are allowed a maximum of 40 seconds per shot. On the putting green, timing will begin after a reasonable amount of time is allowed to mark, lift, clean and replace the ball, repair her ball mark, and, on the line of putt, repair other ball marks and remove loose impediments. NOTE: Time spent determining yardages counts in time taken for the stroke.


Undue delay may also occur between strokes. Accordingly, a competitor may be subject to penalty under Rule 5.6 even if they play each of their strokes in less than the time allowed.



STROKE PLAY                                                  

First Offense - One stroke                              

Second Offense - Two strokes                                   

For subsequent offense - Disqualification     


APPEALS:  Any appeal must be referred to the Rules Committee immediately upon completion of the player in questions round.  The Committee’s decision shall be final.