Stateline Tour at Lawrence CC Recap

On May 7th, the beautiful Lawrence Country Club hosted our second Stateline Amateur Tour event of the season. 76 players battled through perfect conditions at Lawrence CC to claim medalist honors in each of the four divisions.

The low round of the day belonged to Ritch Nigh of the Seniors division. Nigh recorded a 71 (+1) on the day, highlighted by three birdies. Nigh claimed the Senior division title by 5 strokes over second place finisher John Samples (76). Samples battled through an up and down round with his three birdies on the day helping to secure him second place. Third place was captured by David Hamilton with a 77 (+7) round.

In the Open division, Lee York came out on top with a 74 (+4) round at Lawrence CC. Despite a few bogeys, York’s round was highlighted by a birdie on both the front and back nine with his first birdie on the day coming at the Par-5, Hole #3. Charles Rinehart finished second only by 1 stroke with a 75 (+5). In a two-way tie for third was Jason Adkins and Gregory Diederich was 76 rounds (+6). The close competition in the Open division is always great to see by the KCGA.

In the Legend’s division, Pete Robbins took home his second victory in a row in the gross division with a six-over 76. Despite a double bogey late in his round, Robbins battled with two birdies on the day to claim the gross division title by 4 strokes. David Hornaday finished second after shooting a round of 80 and Philip Squier rounded out the top three with an 81 (+11).

In the net division, Hornaday and Squier both tied for first with scores of 72 net. Gross division winner Pete Robbins took third. Congratulations to all three for top finishes in both the gross and net division for the Legends.

With a six-over, 76, Steve Hammond claimed first place in the Player’s Gross division. Despite an up and down round, Hammond’s three birdies put him atop the leaderboard by two strokes. Andrew Makowske and Derek Garver both finished second with 78 (+8) rounds.

Finally, in the Player’s Net division, Hammond also claimed the title with a 70 net score. Derek Garver finished second in the net division as well with a 72 net score and third place was closely followed by Jacob Epperson and Andrew Makowske who both posted scores of 74 net.

As always the KCGA appreciate all of its tournament participants and congratulate the medalists on the day. Our next SLAT event will take place May 29th at the Nicklaus Golf Club at Lionsgate.

To see results from the whole field, see