Three Sisters Open (TSO) 2018

​​Quota International of Central Oregon

TSO History 

​​​​24th Annual Three Sisters Open
Held on Saturday, June 23, 2018

Host Course:  Widgi Creek Golf Course

Thank you for supporting Quota International of Central Oregon and the Bend Women’s Scholarship Fund. We had another fun and successful TSO event and are already planning for 2019 - the TSO's 25th Anniversary!  Thank you Widgi Creek  - such a beautiful course!

2018 Overall Low Gross Winners: Info coming soon!
2018 Overall Low Net Winners: Info coming soon!

  • The Three Sisters Open is an annual golf tournament open to women of all abilities from beginner golfer to professional.  2017 marks the TSO's 23rd Anniversary!

  • It is the primary fundraiser for The Bend Women's Scholarship Fund founded by the women in the Leadership Bend Class of 1994. The fund was intended to increase and expand the educational opportunities for women in Central Oregon. Scholarships are awarded based upon need to women who are changing careers, re-entering the workplace (after raising a family), or wishing to expand their current career.

  • In 1999, the Bend Women’s Scholarship Fund joined with Quota International of Central Oregon as the focus and goals of the two organizations formed a perfect match.

  • Since 1995, under Quota's management, the Bend Women’s Scholarship Fund has awarded 191 scholarships totaling over $190,000 - with $15,000 awarded in 2017!

  • Proceeds have also been donated to non-profits in our community.  In 2013 funds helped support Sara’s Project, a breast health education and outreach partnership created by St. Charles Health System (the main TSO Sponsor), area physicians, community members, and cancer survivors.

  • The tournament is held at local golf courses and has been hosted by Eagle Crest, Widgi Creek Golf Club, Bend Golf & Country Club, Juniper, and Aspen Lakes. The clubs donate all or a large portion of the green fees along with countless hours of staff time. It is the host clubs who ensure a smooth running tournament.

  • A database of over 400 golfers is maintained and invitations are sent to each. The tournament has become an event that golfers look forward to as evidenced by the fact that rosters fill quickly. Golfers come from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and California. Many teams have been playing together since the inception of the tournament.