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Mark Heitman takes the Championship Flight of the Golf Channel Am Tour

The Kansas City Tour Championship of the Golf Channel Amateur Tour ended on Sunday at Shoal Creek Golf Club in Kansas City. The two-day event wraps up the local season for the tour.

Play concluded at Shoal Creek Golf Club.
Photo by Steve Wilson

Matt Heitman shot an eight over par 79 to finish at 160 and win the Championship Flight over fellow competitor Mark Lutgen. Lutgen finished the event shooting a 15 over par 86 for 167. Heitman and Lutgen were the only players registered for the flight.

In the Palmer Flight Farryl Prater shot an eight over par 79 to finish the tournament in first place at 156. Kent Busch who led after day one dropped to second shooting a 17 over par 88 for day two and 164. Third place w3ent to Wayne Seely who shot a 14 over par, that combined with his previous rounds nine over par gave him 165.

First place in the Hogan Flight went to Matt Vaughan who shot a six over par 77 in the final round for a total 158. One stroke back was overnight leader Christopher Brueggeman who shot an 11 over par in the final round. Mark Stacer finished in third place with 172. In the Senior Hogan Flight Bob Hunter finished in first place shooting an eight over par 79, to end the tournament with 155. Phil White finished in second at 165, and Timothy Wilcoxon finished at 28 over par for the tournament for third.

Wallace Stine shot a 16 over par in the final round in the Sarazen Flight for a total 173, finishing in first place. Second place went to Michael Roane who shot a 10 over par final round for 174. One stroke back was Brian Muldoon finishing with a 175. Garry Mayhugh the overnight leader of the Senior Sarazen Flight was able to hold off challengers to finish in first place with 159. Kerry Jones finished in second at 163 and Vernon Livergood remained in third at 168.

The Jones Flight ended with David Miller finishing in first place over Ron Elliott in a playoff. Both players finished regulation play at 172. Third place went to Patrick Emerson who shot a 22 over par 90 on day two for a total 183.

There were no entries in the Snead Flight.

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