KC Match Play: Final Four set for Sunday
KANSAS CITY, MO (May 14, 2016) - The semifinals are have been determined at the Kansas Match Play Championship after 36-holes of golf Saturday. On Sunday the first semifinal at Swope Memorial Golf Course will tee off at 7:30 a.m. and feature No. 1 Michael Greene and No. 20 Craig Broswick. The second semifinal begins at 7:39 a.m. and will feature No. 10 Jackson Foth and No. 22 Jeff Mason.

Greene survived a scare in his Round of 32 match needing 19 holes to defeat No. 32 Eric Englund but on Saturday the top-seed handled the competition with ease. In the Round of 16 Greene sprinted out to a 3 up lead after four holes against No. 16 Charlie Schorgl and he never looked back winning 4&3. The quarterfinal match was more of the same as Greene handled No. 9 Chuck Moore 6&4.

His upcoming semifinal opponent Craig Broswick survived a marathon Round 16 match defeating No. 29 T.J. Pennington in 21 holes. Broswick then cruised in the quarterfinals beating No. 21 Zach Sanders 7&6.

Jackson Foth punched his ticket into the second semifinal with a dramatic quarterfinal win over No. 18 Josh Weems. Down one with three to play Foth won the final three holes to win 2 up. In the Round of 16 Foth took care of No. 7 Zach Kirby 4&3.

Foth's semifinal challenger, Jeff Mason, won his first match 1 up against No. 6 Dave Cunningham. The quarterfinal match was much more straight forward as he bested No. 19 Ryne Fisher 3&2.

The championship match is scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. following the completion of the semifinal matches.


All but one match was completed during Friday's Round of 32 at the Kansas City Match Play. Tournament play will continue tomorrow at Swope Memorial Golf Course with the Round of 16 teeing off at 7:30 a.m. and the quarterfinals set to follow in the afternoon. The tournament will conclude on Sunday with the semifinal and championship matches.

Friday's Round of 32 saw 15 of the 16 matches conclude. The only match left outstanding was between top-seed Michael Greene and 32-seed Eric Englund. When play was called Greene held a 2 up lead through nine holes however upon the resumption of play Saturday morning Enguld came storming out of the gates taking a 2 up lead after 12 holes and still lead by a hole after the 17th.

Needing to win the 18th hold to keep his hopes alive Greene dug deep and won the hole before winning the match on the first extra hole.


No. 1 Michael Greene vs. No. 16 Charle Schorgl
No. 25 Chris Beaubien vs. No. 9 Chuck Moore
No. 29 T.J. Pennington vs. No. 20 Craig Broswick
No. 28 Matt Kelley vs. No. 21 Zach Sanders
No. 2 John Lovell vs. No. 18 Josh Weems
No. 7 Zach Kirby vs. No. 10 Jackson Foth
No. 3 Zach VanDolah vs. No. 19 Ryne Fisher
No. 6 Dave Cunningham vs. No. 22 Jeff Mason

ABOUT THE Kansas City Match Play

18 holes of stroke play to determine a 32-player match play bracket. Open to male amateurs who have an active handicap index of 5.0 or less.

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