• Oregon Open moving to Redmond in 2013: Juniper Golf Course in Redmond will host the 2013 Oregon Open Invitational, the PGA of America's Pacific Northwest section confirmed recently.
That will mark the second time Juniper will host the annual tournament, considered by the region's club professionals as a major championship in the section. Washington's Derek Berg, who was then an amateur, won the 2010 Oregon Open at Juniper.
The tournament, which draws the top pros from around the region, has been played in Central Oregon in 28 of the past 31 years. Washington Pro Brian Thornton won the Oregon Open last week at Broken Top Club in Bend.
The 54-hole Oregon Open is scheduled for June 11-13.
• Two from Central Oregon in top 10 of Super Senior: Prineville's Tom Liljeholm and Bend's Don Miller finished in the top 10 of last week's Pacific Northwest Golf Association Super Senior Championship at Rope Rider and Tumble Creek Club in Cle Elum, Wash.
Liljeholm shot 80-81-78—239 to finish in a tie for fourth place out of 28 golfers and 11 strokes behind winner Gaylord Davis of Portland. Miller finished in a tie for 10th place after carding 78-87-80—245 in the 54-hole tournament for golfers age 65 or older.
— Bulletin staff reports