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The 2019 Railer at Sand Creek Station

A full field of players will take on Sand Creek Station Golf Course for the 2019 Railer, Kansas Stroke Play Championship on June 21-23.  The 54-hole weekend stroke play championship, now in its ninth year, has become one of the most popular events on the KGA tournament schedule each year.  The championship features Open and Senior age divisions.  Golf cart is included for each round of the championship as part of the entry.  Player lunch is also provided on the first two days of the championship. 

Groupings and starting times for rounds one and two are now posted.  Click here for player information, pairings and results.

Schultz, Hawks Win at Boys & Girls Junior Amateur's

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17-year old Cooper Schultz of Wichita led wire to wire to win the 60th Kansas Boys Junior Amateur Championship by seven shots on Thurday at Wellington Golf Club.  Schultz posted a final 1-under par 69 to finish the 54-hole championship at 4-under par 206 total.  2018 Kansas Amateur champion and KU golf signee Sion Audrain of Garden City finished in second at 3-over par 213.  Wichita's Tyler Trudo took third overall while 2018 Boys Junior Amateur champion Michael Winslow, 16, finished in fourth.  Other age division winners included Wichita's Asher Whitaker in the 14 & under and Overland Park's Ryan Lee in the 15 age division.

In the Kansas Girls Junior Amateur Championship, Wellington's Hanna Hawks rallied to win the title after posting a final round 3-over par 73 to finish the championship at 25-over par 235 total.  36-hole lead Kate Tilma of Eastborough finished in second.  Topeka's Caroline Setter and Lee's Summit resident Vera Bohning finished in a tie for third.   

Thank you to the tournament participants and the staff at Wellington Golf Club for hosting the 2019 Junior Amateur Championships.
Click here for player information, pairings and results!

Bultman/Mason Win 31st Kansas Four-Ball
Goode/Thayer Take Masters Division

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Heart of America Info

36-holes of four-ball stroke play was not enough to determine a champion at the 31st Kansas Four-Ball on Sunday at Eagle Bend Golf Course in Lawrence.  Four teams found themselves tied at 14-under par 130 following the second round of the championship.  On the first hole of sudden death playoff, Wichita State commit Joe Bultman and teammate 16-year old Nicklaus Mason, both of Shawnee, rolled in a birdie putt to secure the victory.  The teams of Tracy Chamberlin/Kale Reynolds, Ian Trebilcock/Andrew Beckler and William Gantz/Charlie Hillier all tied for second place.  

In the Masters Division, teams Salina's Greg Goode and Garden City's Sean Thayer teamed up and cruised to a five shot victory after posting a 7-under par 65 in the final round.  Goode & Thayer finished at 13-under par 131 total.  John Bailey/Peter Robbins finished in runner-up position at 8-under par 136. 

The Kansas Four-Ball also served as the stroke play qualifier for teams in the Open Division for the Heart of America Four-Ball Match Play Championship.  The top eight available teams from the 36-hole stroke play championship are invited to the match play championship which will be held at Lawrence Country Club in early August. Click here for final results!

Divas Day Out

You are invited to join the fun and fabulous Divas Day Out!  Thursday, June 20, 2019 at MacDonald Golf Course in Wichita.  This event is a shotgun start at 9:00 am and will benefit the First Tee of Greater Wichita.  Format is an 18-hole scramble.  Lunch follows with fabulous prizes and fun surprises.

Don’t miss out on the fun!  Click here to get signed up.

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