Kansas City Amateur Championship



The Kansas City Amateur Championship is a premier stroke-play event in the Greater Kansas City area. The championship originated in 1991 as a 54-hole medal play competition, taking a brief break from 1996 – 2003. A predecessor to the Kansas City Amateur Championship was the Kansas City Medal Play competition, held in the 1950s and 1960s as a 72-hole stroke play competition played over several different courses.


The 2019 KC Amateur will be held at the Golf Club at Creekmoor on July 26-28th. The entry fee is $185 per golfer. 


The format of the tournament begins with 54 holes of stroke play with a cut after 36 holes in each flight. Number of players to make the cut will vary based upon number of players in each flight. The tournament is open to male amateurs who have an active USGA Handicap Index. 

Four divisions are available for the championship: Open, Players, Senior, and Legends. A USGA Handicap Index of 5.4 or less is required to enter the Open Flight. A Handicap Index of 18.2 or less and at least 50 years of age by the first day of the competition to enter the Senior Flight. A Handicap Index at least 1.0 but not more than 18.4 is required for the Players Flight. For the Legends Flight, a player must be at least 60 years of age by the first day of the competition to enter.


Open - gross scoring

Players - gross and net scoring

Senior - gross scoring

Legends - gross and net scoring