Joe Migdal goes wire-to-wire at Missouri Stroke Play
Joe Migdal
Joe Migdal

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Former Central Missouri golfer Joe Migdal, of Ballwin, Mo., went wire-to-wire at the Missouri Stroke Play Championship, shooting a final-round 68 in the afternoon on Thursday to win by three over Travis Mays.

Rounds of 66 and 67 in the first two rounds gave Migdal a one-shot advantage heading to the final day, in which the field would play 36 holes. Right on his tail was 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur runner-up Brad Nurski — a native of St. Joseph.

Nurski closed with 73 and 71 on Thursday as he settled for third place four shots back, while Mays, a former teammate of Migdal, posted 70 and 69 in the third and fourth rounds to keep the pressure on the eventual winner.

ABOUT THE Missouri Stroke Play

72-hole stroke play championship, with a cut to the low 50 and ties after the second round. Entries are open to male amateur golfers who are members of the MGA and play at clubs who are members of the Missouri Golf Association.

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