IOWA JUNIOR AMATEUR HISTORY

2020 – Hunter Johnson, Ankeny (146) @ Spirit Hollow Golf Club
2019 – Nick Pittman, Urbandale (138) @ Indianola Country Club
2018 – Ian Johnston, Swisher (137) @ Coldwater Golf Links
2017 – Andrew Wood, Marion (149) @ Coldwater Golf Links
2016 – Lucas Scherf, Grinnell (143) @ Ellis Golf Course
2015 – Dane Waldron,Ventura (138) @ Mason City Country Club
2014 – Tripp Kinney, West Des Moines (140) @ Coldwater Golf Links
2013 – Tripp Kinney, West Des Moines (141) @ Ottumwa Country Club
2012 – Matthew Walker, Ottumwa (146) @ Centennial Oaks Golf Club
2011 – Tim Taylor, Iowa Falls (149) @ Lake Panorama National Resort
2010 – Blake Huser, Altoona (102) @ Westwood Golf Course
2009 – Andrew Peter, Decorah (140) @ Waveland Golf Course
2008 – Mike Slavin, Johnston (139) @ Rice Lake Golf & Country Club
2007 – Justin Weber, Bernard (147) @Lake Panorama National Resort
2006 – Nathan Leary, Waterloo (141) @ Fox Ridge Golf Course
2005 – Luke Carson, Des Moines (143) @ Ames Golf & Country Club
2004 – Nathan Leary, Waterloo (149) @ Lake Panorama National Resort
2003 – Jordan Weber, Bernard (136) @ Jester Park Golf Course
2002 – Derek Thomas, Mason City (132) @ Jester Park Golf Course
2001 – Todd Larson, Marion, 68-72-140 At Jester Park, Granger
2000 –
1999 – Nate Thompson, Webster City 72-74-146 At Jester Park, Granger
1998 – Nate Pettitt, Carroll, 72-70-142. At Jester Park, Granger.
1997 – Matt McIntyre, Fort Dodge 67-74-141 (Beat James Kennedy, Dubuque, on first hole of sudden-death playoff). At Jester Park, Granger
1996 – Adam Babb, Ottumwa 72-71-143. At Jester Park, Granger
1995 – Dan Demory, Glenwood, 72 (first round rained out) Jester Park, Granger
1994 – Cory Braunschweig, Fort Dodge 77-71-148 At Jester Park, Granger
1993 – Nate Dunn, Manchester, 72-70-142 At Jester Park, Granger
1992 – John Rhomberg, Elkader 72-72-144 (Beat Grant Kenworthy, West Des Moines, on third hole of sudden-death playoff. At Jester Park, Granger
1991 – Eric Boehlert, Des Moines, 76-70-146 At Jester Park, Granger
1990 – K.C. Doland, Waterloo 72 (rain washed out second round) Jester Park Granger
1989 – Curt Berggren, Cedar Falls, 73-71-144 At Jester Park, Granger
1988 – Sean McCarty, West Branch 76-76-152 (Beat John Berg. Waterloo, on first hole of sudden-death playoff) At Jester Park. Granger
1987 – Andy Green, Bettendorf 68-73-141 At Jester Park, Granger.
1986 – Pete Lugowski, Des Moines, 74-72-246 At Jester Park, Granger
1985 – Bill Wood, West Des Moines 73-72-145 At Jester Park, Granger
1984 – Bill Wood, West Des Moines ,74-74-148 At Jester Park, Granger
1983 – Mike Thomas, Cedar Falls 72-73-145 At Jester Park, Granger
1982 – Chris Winkel, Algona 71-72-143 At Jester Park, Granger
1981 – Doug Dunakey, Waterloo 73-74-147; beat Tim Joselyn, on first hole of sudden-death playoff. At Jester Park, Granger
1980 – Clark Burroughs, Waterloo 68-71- 139 At Jester Park
1979 – Greg Ladehoff, Clinton, 76-70-146 At Jester Park, Granger
1978 – Denny O’Connor, Sioux City 73-74-147 (Beat Don Peterson, Bettendorf on first hole of sudden death) At Jester Park, Granger
1977 – Scott Morgensen, Waterloo (youngest winner ever at 15) 68-70- 138 At Jester Park, Granger
1976 – Curt Schnell, Milford 73-71-144 At Jester Park, Granger
1975 – Mike McCutchen, Urbandale, 70-73-143 At Jester Park, Granger
1974 – Joe Burden, Clinton, 69-71-140 At Jester Park, Granger
1973 – John Laing, Waterloo, 75-72 (Beat Tim O’Connor, Sioux City and Rich Landsburg, Urbandale, on second hole of sudden death) At Jester Park, Granger
1972 – Ross deBuhr, Ottumwa 71-72-143 At Jester Park, Granger
1971 – Kym Hougham, Walcott, beat Don Shrack, Tama, 1 up (19 holes) Finkbine, Iowa City
1970 – Ron Stewart, Ottumwa beat Bob Dowd, Des Moines, 1 up St Finkbine, Iowa City.
1969 – Brad Post, Boone beat Dean Bakke, Ames, 7 and 5. At Veenker, Ames.
1968 – Mike Nelson, Burlington beat Bob Thaler, Cedar Rapids, 1 up At Finkbine, Iowa City
1967 – Gordon Gottschalk, Des Moines, beat J.P. Howard, Cresco, 1 up. At Veenker, Ames.
1966 – Craig Muhl, Oskaloosa beat Jim Carney, Centerville, 1 up. At Finkbine, Iowa City
1965 – Brad Schuchat, Des Moines beat Tom Huiskamp, Keokuk, 4 and 3. At Veekner, Ames.
1964 – Jim Carney, Centerville beat John Peters, Muscatine, 3 and 2. At Finkbine, Iowa City.
1963 – Chuck Dau, West Des Moines beat Bill O’Connor, Atlantic, 2 and 1. At Veenker, Ames
1962 – Ron Coughenour, Spencer beat Bruce Fisher, Manning, 4 and 3 At Finkbine, Iowa City
1961 – Jim Evashevski, Iowa City beat John Phelan, Fort Madison, 5 and 4. At Finkbine, Iowa City
1960 – Bill Iversen, Clinton beat Jim Evashevski, Iowa City, 1 up. At Finkbine, Iowa City
1959 – Bill Iversen, Clinton beat Frosty Evashevski, Iowa City, 1 up (19 holes) Veenker, Ames
1958 – Steve Spray, Indianola beat John Peterson, Coralville, 1 up At Finkbine, Iowa City
1957 – Dave Nelson, Clinton beat Steve Spray, Indianola 2 up. At Veenker, Ames
1956 – Jack Rule, Waterloo beat Barry Meerdink, Muscatine 2 up. At Finkbine, Iowa City
1955 – John Liechty, Iowa City beat Jack Palumbo, Cedar Rapids, 3 and 2.
1954 – Jim Yuill, Cedar Rapids beat Russell Schrage, Waterloo, 5 and 4. At Finkbine, Iowa City.
1953 – Phil Joselyn, Fort Dodge, beat John Marschall, Hampton, 6 and 5, at Veenker, Ames
1952 – Herb Klontz, Ottumwa beat Leo Matt, Cherokee, 5 and 4 At Finkbine Iowa City
1951 – Dale Kniss, Waterloo, beat John McGuiness, Des Moines, 3 and 2 At Veenker, Ames.
1950 – Don Webber, Ames, beat Dick Schultz, Boone, 3 and 2 At Finkbine, Iowa City
1949 – Tom Crabbe, Cedar Rapids beat Tom Rowe, Fairfield, 3 and 2. At Sunnyside, Waterloo
1948 – Sonny Dean, Iowa City beat Jack Stewart, Fairfield, 1 up. At Des Moines Golf and CC
1947 – Dick Anderson, Boone beat Gerri Cannon, Iowa City, 4 and 3. At Fort Dodge CC

IGA board voted to start a championship in 1947 at July 20, 1946 board meeting

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