2019 Men’s State Amateur

//2019 Men’s State Amateur

Missouri Golf Association

Amateur Pairings and Scoring Site


State Amateur Championship Qualifying Sites:

The Falls May 28 Pairings/Results
Oakwood June 3 Pairings/Results
Twin Oaks  June 3 Pairings/Results
Dalhousie June 5 Pairings/Results
CC of MO June 7 Pairings/Results
Last Chance June 11 Pairings/Results

Missouri Amateur Championship
Hickory Hills Country Club, Springfield Missouri
June 18-23, 2019
The Missouri Golf Association will be conducting it’s 112th Missouri Amateur Championship at
Hickory Hills Country Club, Springfield on June 18-23.

This year’s field is made up of 150 players from across the state, all hoping to see their name
engraved on the Amateur trophy among Missouri’s best players including Payne Stewart and Tom
Watson.

This years Missouri Amateur returns to Hickory Hills Country Club for the first time since 2003 where
Ben Godwin took home the trophy. Hickory Hills previously hosted the MO AM in 1953, 1957, 1963,
1980, 1996, and 2003. The Missouri Golf Association is excited to return to Hickory Hills to find a
new Missouri Amateur Champion.

Brooks Yungbluth, (St. Joseph) is back in the field this year, looking to improve upon his second
place finish last year at Dalhousie Golf Club (Cape Girardeau). Brad Nurski, (St. Joseph) also
returns to this years field, looking for his 3-peat, coming off back-to-back first place finishes at the
Missouri Amateur. Recently, Nurski was asked about his experience at the Missouri Amateur in past
years and said, “I always enjoy that week. Anytime you get the chance to play for a state title it’s
always fun.” Nurski also talked a little about his mindset going into the MO Am, and said, “My first
goal is playing well in stroke play, so I can move into match play, and not thinking about winning but
just trying to play well.”

2018 Missouri Amateur Champion Brad Nurski
Practice rounds for the tournament will start at 9 am on the morning of June 17th. The first official
day of play will begin on Tuesday, the 18th, with 18-hole stroke play rounds. Wednesday will be the
same format. After the first two rounds, the field will be cut down to the top 64 players. Any ties for
64th place will be determined in an immediate hole-by-hole play-off. Thursday will mark the start of
18-hole match play competition with the Round of 64. Two 18-hole rounds will be played on Friday in
the morning Round of 32 and afternoon Round of 16. On Saturday, the remaining eight players will
compete in the Quarterfinal and Semifinal round. Championship Sunday will consist of the final two
players fighting for the title of Missouri Amateur Champion through 36-hole match play round. The
Missouri Golf Association invites the public to come out to watch and enjoy the Missouri Amateur
Championship.

The Missouri Golf Association is excited to determine a 2019 Missouri Amateur Champion and we
look forward to creating a great experience for all players!

Follow the action online at mogolf.org and @missourigolf on social media. Live scoring will be
available during the match play portions online and on Twitter to keep followers up-to-date.
The Missouri Golf Association is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the best
interests and true spirit of the game of golf throughout the State of Missouri. The MGA conducts
several statewide championships each year, including the Missouri Amateur. The MGA distributes
an annual schedule of tournament events and entry forms for each event. Provides advice and
information for golf, handicap and rules chairpersons, and provides educational seminars.

Missouri Golf Association
P.O. Box 104164
Jefferson City, MO 65110
(573) 636-8994
www.mogolf.org
mogolf@mogolf.org

2019-06-11T14:41:12-05:00