Sunrise Beach, Mo. (June 28, 2021) Curtis Brokenbrow of St. Louis won the 114th Missouri Amateur Championship at The Club at Porto Cima this past weekend in Sunrise Beach, Missouri. Brokenbrow went 34 holes with opponent Chad Niezing, before closing the match out 3 & 2. Brokenbrow joins an illustrious list of past champions including former PGA TOUR Champion Tom Watson, former U.S. Open Champion Payne Stewart and new Missouri Golf Association President Wayne Fredrick.

Brokenbrow started the 36-hole match slowly, going 3 down to Niezing on the first 18 holes. It wasn’t until the 23rd hole of the day that Brokenbrow took the lead and did not concede it for the remainder of the match. Brokenbrow began the tournament strong, advancing out of stroke play as the No. 13 seed. He then took his matches 1 up (round of 64), 3 & 2 (round of 32), 4 & 2 (round of 16) and 2 up (quarterfinal). In the semifinal, Brokenbrow went 1 up with a birdie on the first hole, and, going as high as 3 up, he did not concede the lead the remainder of the afternoon.

The Club at Porto Cima (pronounced chima) held the Championship for the first time. The 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course was rated the No. 4 “Best New Private Courses” by Golf Digest and has been a top-10 course in the state since it’s opening in 2000. The Nicklaus Signature Course is the focal point of The Club at Porto Cima with seven holes that play beside or over the lake. From the black tees, the course plays 7060 yards for a par-72.

The Missouri Golf Association will return to The Club at Porto Cima for the Parent-Child Championship on July 26.

For more information on the tournament, visit For more information on The Club at Porto Cima, visit or call (573) 207-8700.

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