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Watch the drama unfold live as players compete for $1,000 and bragging rights

Some of Coachella Valley's top club pros battled it out for a $1,000 one-hole competition to become the inaugural indiGO Stadium Shoot-Out Champion.

The competitors for the Indigo Stadium Shoot-Out at PGA WEST® were:

• Dominic Scopone, Andalusia Country Club, La Quinta

• Megan Rasmussen, The Citrus Club, La Quinta

• Greg Rubino, The Classic Club, Palm Desert

• Grant Bollin, Desert Horizons, Indian Wells

• Matt Holm, Desert Willow, Palm Desert

• Lehua Wise, The Hideaway, La Quinta

• Derek Morris, Indian Wells Golf Resort

• Chris Gutierrez, Ironwood Country Club, Palm Desert

• Chris Gilley, La Quinta Country Club

• Ben Nicholas, Mission Hills Country Club, Rancho Mirage

• Robert Baier, The Palms Golf Club, La Quinta

• Chris Caballero, PGA WEST®

• Bryan Newman, SilverRock Resort, La Quinta

• Scott Frisch, The Springs Country Club, Rancho Mirage

• Curtis Hayden, Tradition Golf Club

• Barry Clayton, Westin Mission Hills, Rancho Mirage

These challengers took on the notorious 17th hole, known as Alcatraz at the PGA WEST Pete Dye Stadium Course. Prizes and bragging rights were on the line as these pros played head to head matches on the hole completely surrounded by water.

Fans turned out to watch and proceeds from the event benefitted First Tee of Coachella Valley, a program that teaches kids from all walks of life how to overcome challenges by applying life skills attained through the game of golf.

Congratulations to Lehua Wise from The Hideaway for "escaping Alcatraz" and winning the first Indigo Stadium Shootout.

News Channel 3 wishes to give special thanks to our show and prize sponsors: Indigo Auto Group, Estate Greens, Renova Energy, PGA West and The American Express.

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