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Updated: Feb. 17, 2017


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Tournament Summary Results

Tournament Detail Results 

This weekend, the Golfweek Amateur Tour returned to Old Kinderhook, the site of the 2016 Season Opener.  In 2016, Old Kinderhook played as one of the hardest courses on tour, and it certainly didn’t disappoint in 2017.  The course was in phenomenal shape considering the 8.5 inches of rain received in the week prior with the rough long and thick, giving players who hit the fairway a huge advantage.  Old Kinderhook was a great test to conclude the Tour Players Cup Qualifying for the 2nd annual TPC at Tunica National in October.

In the Championship flight, Justin Beaston continued his great 2017 campaign, rallying from 1 shot back on day to earn his second major victory with a 77-72 149 total.  Larry Langley (Kansas) and JR Munson (Kansas) tied for second with 2-day totals of 153.  The automatic qualifiers for the TPC are Justin Beaston, Brett Newton and John Todd.

In the A Flight, tour rookie Nathan Smith got off to a rocky start with an 82, but came back with a weekend best 74 to earn a one-shot victory (82-74 156).  2016 St. Louis Cup Champion Billy Davis put in a valiant effort with a 77-80 157 to finish a stroke back.  Kyle Korb and Matt Borgmeyer tied for 3rd with 2-day totals of 158.  The automatic qualifiers for the TPC are Steve Hasenfratz, Billy Davis and Matt Borgmeyer.

In the B Flight, Chad Henry continued his phenomenal season with 2 good rounds over the weekend.  His 82-81 163 was good enough to best first round leader Dave Oleksa by 2 shots for his second major victory of the season.  JJ Burt finished third with rounds of 82-84 166.  The automatic qualifiers for the TPC are Chad Henry, David Oleksa and Mike Cason.

In the C Flight, Mike Scalera came out of the gates hot with an opening round 85 to surge to an early lead.  He fell just short on Sunday, with Bryce Vandas shooting a weekend best 84 to earn a 3 shot victory (89-84 173).  Mike Scalera finished in second with an 85-91 176.  The automatic qualifers for the TPC are Bryce Vandas, Mike Scalera and Cory Criter.

In the D Flight, Toby Chrzanowski surged out to an early lead shooting an 86 on Saturday.  Ronnie Price shot a great round of 87 on Sunday, but it wasn’t enough to catch up as he finished 3 shots off the pace (93-87 180).  With the win, Toby Chrzanowski (86-91 177) surges into the St. Louis Cup lead with his second major victory of the season.  The automatic qualifiers for the TPC are Toby Chrzanowski, Greg Cobourn and Ronnie Price.

From here, the St. Louis Tour moves into the Race for the St. Louis Cup Playoffs.  The first playoff event is at Tamarack on Sunday, August 27th.  All players are welcomed and encouraged to play as prize pools are bigger and more points are at stake.  Most of the flight races are wide open with the new playoff format so it will make for an exciting finish to 2017!




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