Missouri Golf Post

The Weekly Golfer

Morgan Hough

TMGP: What/who got you started into the game of golf?

Morgan: The person that first introduced me into the game of golf was my dad. At the age of 5 he would take me out to our local Country Club to hang out with “the guys.” After all the guys were done hitting he would let me tee one up and swing away.

Will Burch

My name is Will Burch; I was born and raised in the small agricultural town of Butler, Missouri on a family farm. After graduating from Butler High School in 2007, I attended Missouri Valley College for one semester and accepted a golf scholarship, which unfortunately didn’t work out. I then attended and graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in Agri-business management. I now work in Belton, Missouri as an Insurance advisor for Missouri Farm Bureau.

Martin Krulatz

Hello! I’m Martin Krulatz, PGA Member and Head Golf Professional at Old Kinderhook at Lake of the Ozarks. My world of golf includes manage a facility, teaching the game privately to new and seasoned players alike when in need of help, hosting golf tournaments, teach golf camps and playing competitively in locally and regionally in U.S. Open qualifying and Web.com qualifying.

TMGP: What/who got you started into the game of golf?

Morgan Lamberson

I’m Morgan Lamberson and I’m currently finishing my senior year at Drury University (Springfield), where I’m a member of the women’s golf team. I served as the USGA P.J. Boatwright Intern for the Missouri Women’s Golf Association during the summer of 2012 and for the Missouri Golf Association during the summer of 2013. Starting in May 2014 I will be an intern with the Northern Texas PGA for their professional section tournaments and junior tournaments.

TMGP: What/who got you started into the game of golf?

Steve Humphreys

TMGP: Can you describe your best moment or day on the golf course?

Steve: Witnessing my oldest son’s Hole in One while playing with him and his grandfather in Naples, Florida.

Brett Bieske

Brett Bieske has been a member of the Professional Golfer’s Association of America (PGA) since 1997. He graduated college from Ferris State University in the Professional Golf Management program. He is a certified clubfitter and has instructed students that include professional tour competitors, division I & II collegiates, amateurs and junior golfers. In 2001, he was awarded the Head Golf Professional of the Year (AGC Western Private Country Clubs). Brett currently is the General Manager/PGA Director of Golf at Columbia Country Club where the recently completed golf course renovation has been a “Design Excellence” honoree by the ASGCA and is nominated for consideration as “Best Newly Remodeled Private” by Golf Digest.

TMGP: Who got you started into the game of golf?

Maylie Holt

TMGP: What/who got you started into the game of golf?

Maylie: My brother had eye surgery and got told he couldn’t play any contact sports, so we tried golf and he was too little to go by himself so I went with him and that’s how I initially got started.

Will Doorack

Will Doorack is a Senior at St. Louis University High School. Will was co-champ of last week’s tournament win at the Missouri Bluffs with an even par 71.

TMGP: What/who got you started into the game of golf?

Alex Ciaramitaro

TMGP: Who got you started in golf?

Alex: My dad was the person who taught me how to play golf. He actually used to take me out onto a baseball field behind our house and set up a flag in the middle of the diamond and we would hit iron shots and chip shots at it when I was about 3-4 years old.

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The Missouri Golf Post is a monthly digital magazine that “celebrates the people who play the game.” Each monthly issue contains several “feature” stories on golfers, golf courses, and/or major tournaments of interest statewide. Each issue contains a number of regular departments on topics such as Tournament Summaries, Fitness, “The Superintendent’s Corner,” Instruction, and Rules.

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