Old Kinderhook Results
Old Kinderhook golf course is a beautiful course located in the valleys of the Lake of the Ozarks. The course was in excellent shape and provided a perfect mixture of risk and reward. Our divisional winners were able to take advantage of not only the beautiful summer weather, but the opportunities presented by the course also.
Larry Langley was the leader in the clubhouse Day 1 posting a 71. Hot in his heels were John Todd with a 73, and not far behind Kory Glasgow with a 76. Kory finished with back-to-back birdies on 17 and 18 to get in to contention for Sunday. Sunday proved to be a little more challenging than Saturday for our competitors. An early birdie on 2 by Larry to set the tone was followed by a couple of stumbles on 3, 5, and 8. A small window of opportunity opened for those chasing our leader. They were not able to capitalize. Larry would secure the win with a Day 2 score of (5+) 76, and overall total for both days of (+5) 147.
Tim Rinker was our Day 1 leader in the clubhouse with a 74. In contention just a couple strokes back were Brian Vance with a 76 and Chris Lusignan with a 77. Tim came out Sunday, and left little hope for our contenders as he went 2 under on the front 9. Tim would finish with a 73 and win the division with a total of (5+) 147
Mike Schooley was our leader in the clubhouse on Day 1 with a 77. Still within striking distance was Verl Seger with an 81, Twig Wood with an 82, and Nicholas Jianas with an 83. Some back 9 troubles by Mike open the door for challengers to get in striking distance. A Day 2 score of 77 would put Nicholas in position to potentially win or tie. A costly double by Mike on 18 would lead to tie overall at (18+) 160 and a playoff against Nicholas. It would take 2 playoff holes to decide our winner. Nicholas won the 2nd playoff and won the division.
Brandon Hale with an 85, was our Day 1 leader. Chris Hubbard and Andrew Turner both shot 88 and sat just a few strokes off the lead. Day 2 would be interesting as our clubhouse leader struggled. Brandon would leave the door open for his pursuers, but they were not able to make up any ground. Brandon finished Day 2 with a 94 and won the division with a 2-day total of (37+) 179.
Justin Bennett with an 88 was the Day 1 leader. Rocky Metcalfe was only a few strokes back with a 91. Justin would start Sunday with a sensational front 9, and leave no doubt he was going to maintain his Day 1 lead. Justin would finish Day 2 with an 83, and won the division with a total of (29+) 171.