Deadline Approaching for OSU-Cascades Women’s Golf Scramble and Clinic


Oregon State University – Cascades invites women golfers to the second annual Women’s Golf Scramble and Clinic on Monday, August 20 at the Broken Top Club in Bend. The event, hosted by Vice President Becky Johnson, will support scholarships and academic program development at OSU-Cascades. Registrations will be taken through Friday, August 17.

Prior to the scramble, participants are invited to join a Short Game Clinic led by OSU Women’s Golf coaches Risë Alexander and Kailin Downs. A legend at OSU, Coach Alexander is now entering her 25th year as head coach of the Women’s Golf team. A graduate of Mountain View High School in Bend and the University of New Mexico, Kailin Downs is beginning her sixth season as assistant coach.  She was named Standout Player at UNM, and was a four-time All Mountain West Conference selection and a two-time Mountain West Conference Player of the Year.

The clinic begins at 11am and the scramble’s shotgun start is at 12:30pm.

The registration fee of $125 per person or $500 per team of four includes the clinic, greens fee for 18 holes of golf on the Broken Top course, cart, prizes and an awards reception at the Club’s Lakehouse. Prizes will be awarded to the winning teams, long drives and KP.

Since 2001, OSU-Cascades has awarded bachelor’s and master’s degree to more than 2,000 graduates, and provides scholarships totaling nearly $2 million. To register for the OSU-Cascades Women’s Golf Scramble and Clinic, visit  For information contact Shawn Taylor, executive assistant at or  541-322-3113.


What:                   OSU-Cascades Women’s Golf Scramble and Clinic

Cost:                      $125 per person

$500 per team of four

Includes clinic, greens fee, cart, prizes and awards reception at the Club Lakehouse

Who:                     Hosted by OSU-Cascades Vice President Becky Johnson

When:                  10:30 a.m. – Check-in
11:00 a.m. – Short Game Clinic
12:30 p.m. – Shotgun Start with box lunches in carts
4:30 p.m. – Awards Reception

Where:                                Broken Top Golf Course



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