Steve Cox, PGA Leads Team to Feeders Supply Pro-Am Title

Cox/Klinglesmith/Beams/Martin take first-place at Lake Forest.

LOUISVILLE, KY (October 6, 2022) – The final pro-am of the Kentucky PGA’s 2022 tournament season belongs to Steve Cox, PGA Head Golf Professional at Larue County Country Club and his amateur teammates Pat Klinglesmith, Terry Beams, plus Kerry Martin.

The triumphant foursome prevailed by two strokes in the Feeders Supply Pro-Am at Lake Forest Country Club on Thursday. They and 24 other teams competed under a shamble format where the two best net scores on every hole were used to determine the leaderboard. Cox/Klinglesmith/Beams/Martin took under-par scores on all but four holes, helping them prevail over Keith Ohr, PGA/Todd Berger/Rob Longwell/Rick Robey.

With his own ball, Cox topped the leaderboard in the low senior professional contest as well. He shot 68 (-4) with six birdies to win that competition by six strokes. Among the Professionals aged 49 or under, Sara Stephens, PGA was the top player after a round of 68 (-4) of her own. She bested her husband Andrew and Colby Wollitz, PGA by one stroke to take that honor.


  • Jimmy Lyons won a closest-to-the-hole competition for the amateurs on the 13th hole. He nearly jarred it, finishing just nine inches away. He receives a gift card to the Lake Forest golf shop for that recognition while $1,100 was raised for the Kentucky Humane Society thanks to those who participated in the contest.
  • Seven eagles were made throughout the tournament. The par-five 17th was the only hole to yield more than one as three were notched there. The par-four 1st, par-four 4th, par-five 7th, and par-five 14th all allowed one apiece.
  • The course average was 75.42 (+3.42) with the front nine playing as the easier side at 37.50 (+1.50) compared to 37.92 (+1.92) on the back.

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The Kentucky PGA extends its thanks to Keith Ohr, PGA Head Golf Professional and the entire staff at Lake Forest Country Club for their assistance in staging this tournament. Additionally, the KPGA lends its appreciation towards Feeders Supply for their support of this event and all Section activities throughout the year.

This was the penultimate tournament for the Kentucky PGA this season. The 2022 campaign will conclude with the Pro-Pro Series Championship presented by Golf Pro Payments at Keene Trace Golf Club on October 31-November 1. Registration for that event is open through Monday, October 24.

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