MT. STERLING, Ky. -- The 2012 Kentucky PGA Classic drew a large field to Old Silo Golf Club in Mt. Sterling, but only one player was able to push his round into the 60's. Keith Ohr, PGA head professional at Louisville's Wildwood Country Club, posted a five-under par 67 to outdistance his nearest rivals by three shots.
The KPGA Senior Professional flight was taken on a three-man playoff by Louisville's Jeff Ketterman with a birdie at the first playoff hole. His even-par 72 was matched by Pat Stephens and Eddie Mudd.
The KGA Amateurs was won by Campbellsville's Dillon Mays with a one-over par 73. Darrell Mattingly won the Senior Amateur division with a victory over David Huffman Sr.