Kansas Stroke Play: Weems tops Burton in playoff
NEWTON, Kan. (June 22, 2014) -- New champions were crowned this weekend at The 2014 Railer, Kansas Stroke Play Championship at Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton.

In the Open Division, 54-holes was not enough to settle the action. Lake Quivira's Josh Weems and 36-hole co-leader Zac Burton of Manhattan went to sudden death after both players finishing the 54-hole championship at 6-under par 210 total.

Weems used a final round 5-under par 67 to get to the top of the leaderboard and force extra holes. In the extra holes, Weems made a par on the first extra hole (#18) to win the title.

In the Senior Division, Olathe's Tom Bachelor took home the crown after battling with two time Railer senior division champion Steve Newman of Wichita. Bachelor finished the 54-holes at even par 216 total. Newman finished one shot back at 1-over par 217 total. The championship is open to amateur golfers of all age and regardless of affiliation. The championship features Open and Senior Divisions.

ABOUT THE Kansas Stroke Play

Must be a member of the Kansas Golf Association. 54 holes of individual stroke play with two age divisions: Open (any age) and Senior (age 50+). Overall Champion to be determined in each division.

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