2020 Kickoff Event at Norwood Hills Country Club
On Monday, October 28th, Amateur Players Tour traveled to Norwood Hills Country Club. The West Course has a rather elite history hosted events, boasting the 1948 PGA Championship, the 2001 USGA Senior Amateur Championship and the 2018 USGA Women's Mid-Amateur Championship, just to name a few. At nearly 6900 yards and Par 71, it is one of the best in St. Louis. True to the 1920s (The Golden Age of Golf Architecture), it has rolling, undulating fairways and strategic contoured greens requiring accurate driving and deft iron play. The West Course is ready to challenge you and provide you with a newfound appreciation and love for the game.
In Division 1, Matt Minder chalked up his first Amateur Players Tour win to kickoff the 2020 season, shooting 4 over-par 75. Following Minder was Matt Borgmeyer, shooting 7 over-par 78 for a 2nd place finish. John Todd took home a 3rd place finish shooting 11 over-par 82.
In Division 2, Brendan Chapel took home the win in his first Amateur Players Tour experience, shooting 6 over-par 77. Following Chapel was Kevin Erxleben, shooting 7 over-par 78 for a 2nd place finish. We had a three-way tie for 3rd between Nate Hampton, John Remley, and Evin Faught, all shooting 9 over-par 80.
In Division 3, Mike Weigand got the W to kick off the 2020 season, shooting 8 over-par 79. Coming in 2nd was Haris Habibovic and Chad Campbell, both shooting 14 over-par 85. Christian LaPak came in 4th place shooting 16 over-par 87.
In Division 4, Mike Hinkamp chalked up a win in his first Amateur Player Tour experience, shooting 16 over-par 87. Following Hinkamp was Mike Scalera, shooting 17 over-par 88 for a 2nd place finish. Cory Criter took home a 3rd place finish, shooting 19 over-par 90.
In Division 5, Greg Cobourn took home the win, shooting 21 over-par 92. Following Cobourn was Linda Bozada, shooting 27 over-par 98 for a 2nd place finish. We had a three way tie for 3rd between Selena Droce, Brian Mulcheck, and Cody Lane, all shooting 36 over-par 107.