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Updated: Feb. 17, 2017

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On Sunday, the Golfweek Amateur Tour season concluded with the Tour Championship at Lake Forest Country Club.  Many flights were still up for grabs in a winner-take-all scenario that led to some dramatic finishes.


In the Championship flight, Justin Beason capped off a solid 2017 campaign with a 74 to earn a 1-shot victory over Skip Wilson (75).  Justin Beaston wins the St. Louis Cup with victory as well as Rookie of the Year honors.  Matt Minder wins the Wilson Staff Cup for the season-long par-4 competition.


In the A flight, it was winner-take-all for the St. Louis Cup between Matt Borgmeyer, Steve Hasenfratz and Billy Davis.  Timmy Hill came out hot and shot a 75 to earn a 2-shot victory over John Watson.  Kyle Korb finished 3rd with a 79.  Steve Hasenfratz emerged with the St. Louis Cup, while Chris Scoles took Rookie of the Year Honors.  Matt Borgmeyer wins the Season Long Wilson Staff Cup points title.


In the B flight, Les Edwards shot a 78 to earn his first victory of the season, holding off Drew Vandas (80) for a 2-shot victory.  Mike Cason finished in 3rd with an 84.  Chad Henry wins the 2017 St. Louis Cup, while Ron Stergion takes home Rookie of the Year honors.  Drew Vandas birdied the 17th hole to win the Wilson Staff Cup.


In the C Flight, Haris Habibovic capped off a great playoff run, shooting an 85 to earn a 1 stroke victory over Matt Nahorski.  Mike Scalera’s third place finish was enough to narrowly hold off Haris’s charge to earn the 2017 St. Louis Cup Title.  David Broadwater was recognized as Rookie of the Year and the Wilson Staff Cup was won by Cory Criter.


In the D Flight, 18 holes was not enough to decide either the Tour Championship or the St. Louis Cup.  Steve Minder and Ronnie Price were tied at 91 at the end of regulation.  If Steve won the playoff, he would win the St. Louis Cup, but if he lost he would finish in 3rd.  After a clutch shot over the water on the 2nd playoff hole, Minder just needed to lag a put close to secure the victory and the St. Louis Cup.  Selena Droce takes home Rookie of the Year honors and Toby Chrzanowski wins the Wilson Staff Cup.


2017 was another great season for the Golfweek Amateur Tour in St. Louis, and 2018 looks to even be more exciting.  Stay tuned for the release of next years schedule as we’ve already booked some great events for 2018.  Have a great offseason!



 

 

 

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