The State Line Amateur Tour sponsored by the Kansas City Golf Association finished play at the Ironhorse Golf Course in Leawood, Kan. on Wednesday June 25. Ironhorse is a par 72 18-hole championship course owned by the city of Leawood. With high temperatures, the tour changed scoring to the Stableford format. In this format, points are assessed to each player based on the number of strokes taken per hole.
In the Open Division gross scoring, Mark Terranova took first place with 40 points. Joseph Winslow and Jason Cross both scored 39 points to tie for second place. In net scoring Cross moved to first place with an adjusted score of 40. Dave Cunningham took second place with 38 and Kevin Filippini stepped into third place at 37.
In the Players Division gross scoring, Marko Ungashick posted a 34 to take first place. Brian Moeller took 33 points to his second place finish and Chris Meyer finished in third with 31 points. In net scoring Moeller moved to first place at 45, Fran X. Matthews took second with 41 adjusted points and Greg Hillman finished in third at 38 points.
First place in the Senior Division gross scoring went to Ed Walsworth with 41 points and second place at 35 points to Tom Leonard. Third place resulted in a three-way tie between Chuck Admire, Rob Gleissner, and Sam Yangmi at 31 points. Walsworth remained in first place in net scoring with 42 and Gleissner and Leonard took second at 36 points.
The Legends Division gross scoring concluded with David Hornaday scoring 35 points for first place and Bob McKinney posting a 33 for second. Three players posted 32 points David Rhodes, Pat Goeke, and Mitch Bowen for third place. Goeke moved to first place in net scoring with an adjusted score of 42, while Hornaday dropped to second with a posted 41. Third place went to Mike Findley at 39 points.
In the Women’s Division gross scoring, only two players competed with Pat Seber-Bradley taking first place with 22 points and Janelle Krohn taking second with 21 points. Net results remained the same with adjusted scores of 33 and 32 respectfully.