The Astoria Golf & Country Club was the host course last week for the Pacific Northwest Pro-Amateur Championship, held Thursday and Friday.

Two days of golf featured two-man teams in a four-ball competition.

The winning team of Tyler Daniels and Brady Sharp, from Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, Washington, finished with a two-day total of 127.

Their 17-under par score was good enough to top three teams that finished in a three-way tie for second, which included the duo of Jeff Coston, of Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club, and Blake Kukula, from Surfside Golf Course in Ocean Park, Washington.

Sharp, a PGA professional, and Daniels teamed up to post a 65 in Thursday’s first round, followed by a 62 Friday.

The team of Coston and Kukula had a 67 in the first round, followed by a 62 in the final round.

Other local competitors included Joe Schulte (Astoria Golf), and Branden Thompson, who teamed up for a 135 (tied for 19th); John Thorsnes (Astoria Golf), and David Berlant (Columbia Edgewater), who carded a 137 (tied for 31st); and Astoria Golf’s John Kawasoe and Jay Ross shot a 139, tied for 33rd.

Kevin Hertig (Astoria Golf), and Louie Runge, of Seattle, teamed for a 150 (50th).

It was the third time Astoria Golf has hosted this event, with previous tournaments held at the course in 2016 and 2002.

Gary Henley is a sports reporter for The Astorian. Contact him at 503-861-8493 or ghenley@dailyastorian.com.