KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The 2015 KC Amateur Championship came to a close as Ryne Fisher defeated Mark Terranova by two-strokes.
After taking the lead in the second-round, Fisher was unstoppable. He had a bogeyless 18-hole final-round, including five birdies to post 66 (-5), the lowest 18-hole round of the tournament by any division. Fisher’s final 54-hole total was 71-68-66—205 (-8). Fisher adds the KC Amateur Championship to his list as he won the KC Match play earlier this year in May, to complete a Fisher Slam. Terranova finished runner-up as he inked 67 (-4) in the final round to make a three-round total 69-71-67—207 (-6).
Matt Foster won the Players division as he posted a 79 (+8) to make a three-round total of 79-82-79—240 (+27). Two-strokes behind Foster is the runner-up in the Players division is Christian Guild as he posted a three-round 92-73-77—242 (+29).
Steve Groom from Raytown, Missouri, maintained his lead as he dominated the Seniors division winning by nine strokes. Groom posted a final-round 68 (-3) to win his division posting a three-round 68-69-68—205 (-8). The runner-up was Dave Cunningham with a three-round 71-73-70—214 (+1).
Andy Smith, an assistant women’s golf coach at UMKC, destroyed the Legends division as he posted a three-round 71-70-70—211 (-2) to win the division. Nine-strokes behind Smith was the runner-up Richard Landon at 220 (+7).
View results for Kansas City Amateur Golf Championship