McCoy wins rain-shortened Fort Dodge Amateur

Nate McCoy (right) stands with FDCC pro Steve Fuller after winning the Fort Dodge Amateur Open Division.

In the 2024 Fort Dodge Amateur, the field was ready for play. Despite the first round being canceled due to weather, the players were eager to compete, and that’s exactly what they did. Nate McCoy (right), of Ankeny, posted an impressive 63 (-8), maintaining consistent performance throughout the round with eight birdies on the day to win the Open Division. Runner-up at tie at -5 included Spencer Clatt, of Gilbert, and Luke Pany, of Ames, both delivering strong performances at Fort Dodge Country Club.

In the Senior Division, Ron Peterson from Urbandale led the way, carding a 67 (-4). This was Peterson’s second win in the last two weeks. In solo second was Norwalk’s Terry Cook, who shot 72 (+1) and coming in third one stroke behind Cook was Tony Malizia of Palm City. 

The Super Senior and Legends Divisions also saw solid performances. Dave Gear clinched first place in the Super Seniors with an even-par 71. In the Legends Division, Fort Dodge’s own Terry Miller took the win, shooting 74 (+3).

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