Old Kinderhook

On Sunday July 14th, Amateur Players Tour Traveled deep into Missouri to play at Old Kinderhook! Nestled among beautiful valleys at the Lake of the Ozarks, lies one of America’s most spectacular courses. Old Kinderhook, a Tom Weiskopf signature course, is a 6,726-yard par 71 featuring zoysia tees and fairways with large bentgrass greens. It will challenge the most serious golfer, yet plays on the friendly side. The course is renowned for its unsurpassed drama: valleys, waterfalls, hills, trees and water hazards, plus its beautiful lake setting. The elevation changes and breathtaking views will thrill you at every hole. The 18-hole, par 71, golf course is open to the public year-round. It is the centerpiece of the 700+ acre Old Kinderhook master-planned community serving residents and guests. Routed through rugged Ozark hills, the course makes the most of nature’s beauty.

In Division 1, Matt Borgmeyer and Eric Thomas both shot a 13 over-par 84. After the play-off, Thomas came out with the win. Brett Newton of Lake Saint Louis Missouri came in 3rd shooting a 17 over par 89.

In Division 2, point leaders Steve Hasenfratz and Kevin Erxleben battled it out all day long. Hasenfratz shot a 7 over-par 78, edging out Erxleben’s 8 over-par 79. Chris Turner had another solid performance shooting a 13 over-par 84 which earned him a 3rd place finish.

In Division 3, we had a very competitive field. Les Edwards of Lake Ozark Missouri, chalked up his first Amateur Players Tour victory shooting a 10 over-par 81. Paul Spontanski finds himself back in the winner’s circle for the second time this year for a 2nd place finish of 11 over-par 82. David Oleska also finds himself back in the winner’s circle this week shooting an a 12 over-par 83 for a 3rd place finish.

In Division 4, Chuck Easley chalked up his third first place finish of the year shooting an 18 over-par 89.  Cory Criter finds himself in the winners circle for the second tournament in a row shooting a 20 over-par 91 for a 2nd place finish. Mike Scalera of St. Peters Missouri came in 3rd shooting a 22 over-par 93.

In Division 5, David Parker earns his third Amateur Players Tour victory! Parker shot a 22 over-par 93. Dennis Brosenne was hot on Parker’s heels shooting a 23 over-par 94 to finish in 2nd place. Lauren Borgmeyer finds herself in the winner’s circle this week with a 3rd place finish of 27 over-par 98.

From here, the St. Louis tour moves to The Club at Porto Cima in Sunrise Beach Missouri on Tuesday, July 23rd.


Chris Isom