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Examples of "garrigus"
Kevin Chappell, Sergio García (18,19), Robert Garrigus, Peter Hanson (18,19)
Garrigus is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Crescent Valley has also produced notable PGA tour professional Robert Garrigus (class of 1995), who led the PGA tour in driving distance from 2009-2010. Garrigus helped Crescent Valley win its first state championship in golf.
Robert Garrigus, Dustin Johnson (12), Louis Oosthuizen (8,10,12), Adam Scott (12), Lee Westwood (5,8,12)
Kevin Chappell, Jason Day (12,13,14), Sergio García (13,14), Robert Garrigus, Peter Hanson (13,14), Lee Westwood (13,14)
Fred Garrigus Holloway (1898-1988) was an American Bishop of The Methodist Church, elected in 1960.
Garrigus was born in Nampa, Idaho and spent most of his childhood in Banks, Oregon. He attended Crescent Valley High School in Corvallis, Oregon and Centennial High School in Gresham, Oregon. In 1995, Garrigus finished first at the Valley League District Championships and later helped Crescent Valley High School to a 4A state championship by finishing T-9. Garrigus attended Scottsdale Community College later in 1995.
Robert M. Allan 6,262 (reelected) / Harry D. Brown 3,179 / Milton L. Garrigus 1,426 / Victor M. Clark 1,070
Garrigus atoned for his near-miss at Memphis in the final tour event of the season, the Children's Miracle Network Classic in suburban Orlando, Florida. Needing a high finish to earn his tour card for 2011, he entered the final day 13 under par, five shots behind the leader Roland Thatcher and one behind first-round leader Chris Stroud. Thatcher had reached 21-under in his third round, before a double bogey, bogey finish. After a fast start, with five birdies in his first seven holes, Garrigus caught Thatcher, who had parred his first seven holes, turning the rest of the tournament into a virtual two-man battle, although several other contenders were within striking distance. Thatcher extended his lead with three birdies around the turn, before a bogey on twelve, as Garrigus in the group in front birdied thirteen, moving the pair level again. After Thatcher bogeyed sixteen, Garrigus held the solo lead in a tournament for the first time since Memphis. A further two-shot swing on the 17th, where Garrigus made birdie-3 to Thatcher's bogey-5, followed by a final-hole par, sealed his first professional win, by three strokes. With the victory, Garrigus earned an exemption on the PGA Tour through the end of the 2012 season. Prior to the tournament, Garrigus was 179th on the Tour, which would have meant a loss of his Tour card. Thatcher finished second while Stroud salvaged a seventh, still good enough for a full season tour card for 2011.
Held on October 19, the event had a three-way tie for second place between Garrigus, Kurt Czekalla of East Germany, and Pavel Senichev of the Soviet Union all with a score of 196. In the first shoot-off between the three competitors, Czekalla and Garrigus had scores of 25 in this event where clay pigeons are shot, while Senichev was eliminated with a score of 22. Garrigus then defeated the East German in the second shoot-off with a score of 25 to 23. This was the highest finish for an American in the event since Mark Arie won the gold medal in 1920.
Garrigus was born in Hillsboro, Oregon to Donald and Wanda (née Williams) Garrigus. He was raised in Hillsboro, a western suburb of Portland, and began skeet shooting at the age of three. There he graduated from Hillsboro High School before joining the United States Air Force, serving from 1965 to 1969.
Garrigus currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife Ami, whom he met while in rehab, and a son born in September 2010.
Charles B. Garrigus (June 13, 1914 Benton, Illinois – October 4, 2000) was an American poet and professor who was California Poet Laureate from 1966 to 2000.
Alice Garrigus remained in Newfoundland for the rest of her life and continued to be a principal figure in the Pentecostal church.
Johnson took part in the Long Drive Contest for charity at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January, alongside Bubba Watson and Robert Garrigus.
After leaving the Air Force, Garrigus returned to Oregon and enrolled at Western Business College (now Everest College) and went on to work primarily as a salesperson. He also served as a coach with the U.S. Shooting Team from 1992 to 2002. Garrigus lived in Oregon, where he served as the director for the Hillsboro Trap & Skeet Club before moving to Idaho where he was the director of the Boise Gun Club. In 1993 he married his wife Jackie, and they moved to Montana in 2006 to retire. From two previous marriages, he had two sons, Thomas Bradley and Robert. Son Robert Garrigus is a professional golfer. In 1996, he worked as a referee for the shooting events at the Summer Games in Atlanta and was a torch bearer on the route through Salem, Oregon. Garrigus died in Plains, Montana at the age of 60.
After a crusade in 1919 by the evangelist Victoria Booth-Clibborn Demarest, interest in Pentecostalism increased. New converts started their own personal missions, and one of these, Robert C. English, eventually became co-pastor with Garrigus of the Bethesda Mission. The Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland was incorporated in 1925. Garrigus subsequently joined forces with Eugene Vaters, a Pentecostal pastor who had once studied for the Methodist ministry. This led to Vaters replacing English as the head of the movement.
In June 2011, Garrigus made his first ever cut in a major at the U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club, posting all four rounds under par on the way to a tied third place finish. This result ensured Garrigus of an invitation to the 2012 U.S. Open and the Masters. His 2011 season ended with over $1.5 million in earnings that included a playoff loss to Jonathan Byrd at the season-opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
Garrigus took part in the Long Drive Contest for charity at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions alongside Bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson and finished third with a longest drive of 365 yards.
Watson took part in the Long Drive Contest for charity at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions alongside Dustin Johnson and Robert Garrigus. He finished in second place, with a longest drive of behind a drive of over by Jamie Sadlowski.