Team of Ryan Hogue and Pete Lugowski win 2013 Cleveland Golf/Srixon Pro-Scratch Invitational presented by E-Z-GO®

From L to R: Angel Park GC Dir. of Golf, Greg Brockelman; Professional, Ryan Hogue; Amateur, Pete Lugowski, and Angel Park GC Tournament Director, Ben Buck.

Professional, Ryan Hogue, and amateur, Pete Lugowski, took top honors in the 2013 Cleveland Golf / Srixon Pro-Scratch Invitational Presented by E-Z-Go ® at Angel Park Golf Club, posting 63-65 for a 128 total score in the two-day event held July 14 and 15.  They finished one stroke behind the team of 2010 champions, Jon Taruc, and his amateur partner, and two strokes ahead of three other teams.  For their efforts, Hogue earned $1,300 in cash and Lugowski earned $750 in Angel Park gift certificates.

In the event, more than 80, two-person teams comprised of one professional and one scratch amateur competed for a total prize purse of more than $17,000 in a 36-hole, stroke-play, one-better-ball format.  The event draws teams of golf professionals and amateurs from all over the country as teams travel from California, Arizona, Washington and as far away as Hawaii and Florida to compete. Notable professionals such as Robert Gamez, David Ogrin, Scott Pierce, Jeremy Anderson and Ed Fryatt have also played in the past.

“Congratulations to Ryan and Pete,” said Phil Green, Chief Operating Officer/Principal of OB Sports Golf Management.  “And a thank you to Cleveland Golf/Srixon, E-Z-Go, Bellagio Resort/Casino, Grey Goose, Southern Wine and Spirits of Nevada, Sysco and the entire event team at Angel Park Golf Club for putting on yet another great tournament. ”  

Following the first round of play, the “Cloud Nine Derby Shootout” kicked off.  The field is limited to the top 15 teams that prepaid at registration prior to the first round. This fun-filled event within the event is part of local lore as the 1996 Cloud Nine Derby featured an exciting hole-in-one by local touring professional Robert Gamez on the first hole. This year the team of Joel Kijowski and Mike Preus won the Derby.

Angel Park Golf Club is a 36-hole facility located in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas.  Its Mountain Course and Palm Course were both designed by Arnold Palmer.  The club also has a 12-hole Cloud Nine Short Course, the World’s Original natural grass putting course and an expansive practice tee – all of which are lighted for evening enjoyment.  For more information about Angel Park Golf Club visit or call 702.254.4653.  Like Angel Park on Facebook at or follow the club on Twitter at

Angel Park Golf Club is professionally managed by OB Sports Golf Management, a Scottsdale, Arizona-based, diversified, golf-oriented company with a long history of success.  For more information about OB Sports Golf Management, visit, call 480.948.1300.