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KJGA Junior Tour at Wellington Rescheduled

The KJGA Junior Tour event at Wellington Golf Club originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 28th will be moved to Thursday, May 30th. 

This change is being made to avoid date conflicts with many of the KSHSAA State Boys Golf Championships that have been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 28th due to heavy rain that golf courses around the state of Kansas have received this week.  Currently entered contestants in the KJGA event at Wellington will be receiving an email with information on the change.  We apologize for the date change and thank you for your understanding as we work to provide and promote junior golf in Kansas!

East Team Retains 8th Kanza Players Cup

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The East Team rallied in from behind to tie the West Team and retain the Kanza Players Cup on Tuesday at Wolf Creek Golf Club.  The East Team trailed by a six to two margin following the day one Four-Ball and Alternate Shot matches on Monday, but came from behind on Tuesday to win six of the eight available Singles match points to force a tie at eight points each.  Since the East Team was victorious last year they retained the cup for 2019.  Congrats to East Team members Conrad Roberts, William Gantz, Kit Grove, Sam Wempe, Josh Williams, Matthew Quandt, Jeff Bell and Bradley Lane.

The Kanza Players Cup is a Ryder Cup style competition for the top male mid-amateur age players from the previous season's KGA Mid-Amateur Player of the Year points list.  16 total players are split into teams of eight and play in Four-Ball, Alternate Shot and Singles Matches over two days.    

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Foundation Junior Golf Scholars Announced

The Kansas Golf Foundation has awarded college scholarships to seven junior golfers for the 2019-2020 academic year.  Five rising college freshmen have been named Kansas Junior Golf Scholars. Those students will receive a grant each of the next four years.  The 2019 Kansas Junior Golf Scholars and the colleges they will be attending next year are:  Kenna Biddle (Winfield),  Anh-Dao Do (Piper), Caleb Hasselhuhn (Burlington), Nathan Moon (Phillipsburg), Trevor Watson (Coffeyville).

The 2019 KWGA Memorial Scholars are:  Anh Dao-Do (Piper) and Alexander DeWerff (Wichita).

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