Kevin Belknap captured the Kansas Senior Amateur in a playoff
Kevin Belknap wins in hometown of Wichita <br>(KSGA Photo)</br>
Kevin Belknap wins in hometown of Wichita
(KSGA Photo)

WICHITA, KS (August 16, 2016) -- Playing in his hometown Kevin Belknap bested defending champion Tim McKinnis of Lyons in sudden death to win the 36th Kansas Senior Amateur Championship at Rolling Hills Country Club. Belknap and McKinnis finished the 36-hole championship at 5-under par 139 after both posted rounds of 2-under par 70 in the final round on Tuesday.

In sudden death, Belknap was victorious on the second sudden death hole. Topeka's Mark Elliott finished in third, first round leader Tracy Chamberlin of Wichita was fourth.

In the Super Senior Division, Lawrence's Richard Stuntz made it two straight titles after finishing one shot ahead of Wichita's Ben York. Stuntz finished at even par 144 total. Ottawa's Bob Bezek and Overland Park's Dave Harris finished in a tie for third place.

ABOUT THE Kansas Senior Amateur

Must be an member of the Kansas Golf Association. 36 holes of individual stroke play with two divisions: Championship (any age 50+) and Super Senior (60+). Players that wish to compete for the overall championship must enter the Championship Division. Gross and net champions to be determined in each division.

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