Pictured Above 16-18 Division Champions
Tanner Collins, Kansas City and Nicole Rallo, Wentzville
2019 Missouri Junior Amateur Championship
The final day of the 2019 Missouri Junior Amateur Championship was completed on July 16 th
at Mules National Golf Club in Warrensburg, MO. Both days of competition were filled with a
morning wave of tee times beginning at 7:30am and an afternoon wave with tee times
beginning at 12:00pm. Players were lucky enough to have perfect weather for both days of
competition to deliver their best scores.
Our younger competitors had very impressive tournaments! In the female 8-9 division, our
overall winner was, Anna Bell with an outstanding two-day score of (47-47-94) from Jackson,
Mo. Coming in second place was Haven Evers with a two-day score of (57-57-114) from
Eldon, Mo. Our third-place winner was Kinsley Lawson with a two-day score of (70-69-139)
from California, Mo. For our male 10-11 division, our overall winner was Hudson
Feuerbacher with a great two-day score of (39-40-79) from Springfield, Mo. In second place
was Anson Munzlinger with a two-day score of (40-41-81) from Columbia, Mo., and finally,
our third place winner was Dawson Schnieders with a two day score of (41-45-86) from
Jefferson City, Mo. For our female 10-11, our first place winner was Page Bowman shooting
(45-52-97) from Springfield, MO. Coming in second place with the two day score of (64-62-
126) was Emma Baumstark from Columbia, Mo. Our female 12-13 division stayed close
throughout the entire tournament. Our overall winner, winning in a one hole playoff was Ella
Slicker with a two day total of (86-89-175) from Leawood, Mo. Coming in second with
another impressive score was Sophia Sindlinger, shooting (89-86-175) from Sunrise Beach,
Mo. Coming in third in this division was JaycieKate Lowery with the great scores of (110-86-
196) from Jefferson City. Lastly, for our male 12-13 division, our overall winner was, Jackson
Bailey with an outstanding two-day score of (72-76-148) from Monett, Mo. Coming in second
place was Jonathan Jordan with a two day score of (77-73-150) from Rolla, Mo., and finally,
our third place winner was Myles Tarvin with a two day score of (77-73-150) from Olathe, Ks.
The older women’s divisions put up a good fight throughout the entire tournament and played
the course very well! For our female 14-15 division, our overall winner was Mia Rallo with a
wonderful two-day score of (75-76-151) from Wentzville, MO. Coming in second place was
Lyla Louderbaugh with a two-day score of (76-78-154) from Buffalo, MO. Lastly, coming in
third place, was Ella Overstreet with a two-day score of (74-83-157) from Jackson, Mo.
Lastly for our female 16-18 division, our overall winner was Nicole Rallo with a consistent
two-day score of (72-73-145) from Wentzville, Mo., coming in second place was Vera
Vohning with a two-day score of (79-77-156) from Lees Summit, Mo., and coming in third
place was Abby Howard with a two-day score of (82-76-158) from Kansas City, Mo.
The men experienced the prime afternoon sunshine and played great golf! For our male 14-
15 division, our overall winner was Ryan Lee with an impressive two-day score of (72-67-
139) from Overland Park, Ks. Coming in second place was Kal Kolar with a two-day score of
(74-74-148) from St. Louis, Mo. Lastly, coming in third place, was Ian Bloom with a two day
total of (73-76-149) from O’Fallon, MO. For our male 16-18 division, our overall winner was
Tanner Collins with an impressive two-day score of five under par (70-65-135) from Kansas
City, Mo., coming in second place was Thomas Henson with a two-day score of (71-68-139)
from Hermann, Mo. and coming in third was Zach Unnerstall with a two-day score of (73-66-
139) from Washington, Mo.
The Missouri Golf Association would like to thank all of the junior golfers who competed in
this year’s Junior Amateur Championship! We always look forward to our junior tournaments
and love watching you all compete. Thank you for your dedication to the game!
July 14-16, 2019
Keth Memorial Golf Course, Warrensburg
The upcoming 36th annual Junior Amateur Championship is open for all golfers 8-18.
The 8-9 year olds will play 9 holes each day while the golfers 10 and over will play 18 each day.
The field will consist of 153 players. The deadline to register is July 8th at noon.
All players will be required to walk and caddies are not allowed in the Junior Amateur Championship.
Players are allowed to use a pull cart.
Spectator Carts are available at pro shop.
Yardages (subject to change)
Male 14-18 will play 6362
Female 14-18 will play 5101
Male 10-13 will play 5101
Female 10-13 will play 4425
8-9 will play fairway tees (will have cart assigned with parent/guardian)
Missouri Junior Amateur Championship
Mules National Golf Club, Warrensburg, MO
July 15 th -16th, 2019
The Missouri Golf Association is proud to host the 36 th Missouri Junior Amateur Championship at
Mules National Golf Club on July 15 th and 16th. This year’s field is made up of 153 junior players
from across the state, all hoping to win the championship.
The 8-9-year old’s division will play an 18 hole competition and the 13 and over divisions will play a
36-hole stroke play championship.
This year will be the first year that the Missouri Golf Association has hosted the Junior Amateur
Championship at Mules National Golf Club in Warrensburg. We look forward to hosting the
championship at this championship level golf course!
In the past year we have partnered with Recruiter Elite, a company that has designed an innovative
program to assist junior golfers with the college recruiting process. In this program, you will work with
an experienced golf advisor and set up a game plan to get more connected with college coaches.
You will work on: resumes, list of target colleges, recruiting videos, athletic training programs, and
more. After this process, you will maintain contact with your advisors on a weekly basis to discuss
your future plans. On Sunday evening, representatives from Recruiter Elite will host a free seminar
in the Mules National clubhouse. All parents and players are encouraged to attend.
The Missouri Golf Association would like to thank all of the junior golfers who are competing in this
year’s Junior Amateur Championship. We look forward to watching you all compete. Thank you for
your dedication to the game!
Follow the action online at mogolf.org and @missourigolf on social media.
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.