Staley Farms Golf Club in Kansas City North played host to the State Line Amateur Tour on Wednesday April 23. The course is an 18-hole semi-private championship course designed by Eric Iverson. Iverson said of the course design, “We’re really going for fast firm playing surfaces with a lot of contour and different ways to get the job done.
In the Open Division, gross scoring Dave Cunningham posted two bogeys, a double bogey, and a birdie to take first place at three over par 75. One shot back finishing in second place was Jackson Foth and Derek Nicholson claimed third place at six over par 78. The results in net scoring remained the same with Cunningham in first, Foth in second, and Nicholson in third.
Posting a two over par 74 Matt Barberich took first place in the Players Division gross scoring. Second place went to Marko Ungashick at eight over par. Third place resulted in a tie between Michael Buckhouse and Tom Pickert at nine over par 81. Barberich remained in first place in the net scoring at one over par and tied with Brett Rickey. Fran X. Matthews and Norbert Lindig tied for third place at two over par net.
At five over par 77 first place in the Senior Division, gross scoring resulted in a tie between Ernie Swart and Charlie Schorgl. Third place went to Kurt Lorenzen with an eight over par 80. In net scoring Rod Michalka took first place with a two under par 70. Swart dropped to second place at one over par and Schorgle dropped to third at four over par.
The Legends Division gross scoring resulted in Ronnie Walters posting a two over par 74 for first place. Second place went to Mitch Bowen at three over par and Jim Lodes was one stroke back at four over for third place. Bob Hunter dropped to six under par 66 in the net scoring for first place. Walters dropped to five under par for second and Ron Brewer took third in net scoring at one under par 71.
Results for the Women’s Tour gross scoring ended with Jettie Bezek in first at 15 over par, Karen Hass in second at 25 over par and Patricia E. Seber-Bradley in third at 27 over par. In net scoring the results remained the same with Bezek in first at seven over par, Hass in second at 10 over par, and Seber-Bradley in third at 16 over par.