The State Line Amateur Tour sponsored by the Kansas City Golf Association took to the Blue Hills Country Club in South Kansas City, Missouri in their second stop of the 2015 season. Blue Hills designed by Robert Dunning is a par 72 that plays to 7,347 yards. Famed Kansas City golfer Tom Watson hosted his Children’s Mercy Hospital Golf Classic at the course, which featured Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Lee Trevino. Watson retired the event in 2005.
In the Open Division, gross scoring Michael Greene took first place with two birdies and six bogies for a four over par 76. Second place ended in a tie between Jon Platz and Mark Terranova, both shooting a five over par 77. In net scoring, Quentin Patterson took first place with an adjusted score of three over par. Platz and Kevin McLiney tied for second at five over par.
In the Players Division, gross scoring Chris Meyer made two birdies and eight bogies to take first place at six over par. Second place went to Mike Berlin shooting an eight over par 80. Doug Flint and Ryan Murdock finished tied for third place at nine over par. Berlin moved to first place in net scoring with an adjusted score of even par. Second place went to Christian Guild at one over par. Third place resulted in a tie between Brandon Weis, Tony Khunnajchian, and Meyer.
The Senior Division gross scoring finished in a tie for first place at two over par between Frank Booth and Charlie Schorgl. Third place resulted in a tie between Don Kuehn and Steve Groom at three over par. In the Senior Division net scoring Schorgl remained in first place at one over par. Second place went to Booth at two over par and third place at three over par were Ed Walsworth and Don Kuehn.
Jerry Reid finished with a one over par 73 to take first place in the Legends Division gross scoring. Matt Miller finished at four over par for second and Brad Losson at five over par for third. In net scoring Miller finished in first at five under par, Mike Findley took second at two under par, and Reid finished third at one under par.
The Women’s Division gross scoring resulted in Susan DeVoe taking first at 15 over par. Second place went to Addie Chapin at 22 over par and third place to Karen Hass at 27 over par. In net scoring Devoe remained in first at 10 over par, Chapin in second at 12 over par, and Hass in third at 13 over par.
The State Line Amateur Tour next moves to Adams Pointe in Blue Springs, Missouri on May 14.