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Kansas Golf Associaition


2018 Men's Championships -- 2018 Women's Competitions
2018 Senior Series -- 2018 KJGA

Kansas Amateur Qualifying Information

Desilet, Morris, Dupy Victorious at Wichita CC


Denise Desilet of Wichita continued her consecutive victory streak after a 3-hole playoff with Susan DeVoe of Overland Park at Wichita CC.  Down two at the start of round two, Desilet was not ready to let the trophy go and held on to claim her seventh consecutive Kansas Women’s Senior Championship and her eleventh championship title.  Opening with an even par 36 on the front to DeVoe’s 40, Desilet opened a two-shot lead.  DeVoe responded with a 36 on the back nine to force the playoff.  Both players made pars on the first two playoff holes before Desilet finally edged out the victory with a par on number three.

There was spectacular play in every division of the championship.  Megan Dupy of Salina had a hard-fought battle with Jordan Patterson of Hays to claim the first-ever Mid-Amateur Championship.  The Mid-Am Division had particularly strong play with four players carding sub-80 rounds on a very difficult WCC golf course.

Judy Morris of Derby had the come-back round of the day to win the Super Senior Gross title by two shots over first round leader Phyllis Fast.  Morris opened the day with a 38 on the front nine in spite of two double bogeys.  Birdies on 2, 4 and 8 closed the gap, and steady play on the back nine sealed the championship title.

2018 Railer at Sand Creek Station

The 2018 Railer, Kansas Stroke Play Championship will return to Newton's Sand Creek Station Golf Course for the eighth year.  The 54-hole stroke play championship features an Open and Senior Division and is open to all amateur golfers.  A full field of players will head to Newton for the weekend championship on Friday-Sunday, June 22-24.  Cart is included for all rounds of the championship and lunch is provided on Friday and Saturday.  Groupings and starting times for Rounds 1 & 2 are now posted.

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Winslow, Propeck Win Junior Amateur Titles

Results -- Photo Gallery

54 holes of championship play were not enough to settle the 59th Kansas Boys Junior Amateur at Stagg Hill Golf Club in Manhattan.  Overland Park's Michael Winslow and Salina's Tate Herrenbruck found themselves tied at 5-under par 211 total.  On the first sudden death hole, Winslow, 15 sank a birdie putt to take the championship.  Garden City's Sion Audrain finished in third place at 4-under par 212.  Age divisions winners included: Will Hedges, Lawrence (14 & Under), Michael Winslow, Overland Park (15), Tate Herrenbruck, Salina (16), Sion Audrain, Garden City (17) and Cameron Riley, Liberal (18). 

In the Girls Junior Amateur, Leawood's Megan Propeck repeated as Girls Junior Amateur champion!  Propeck posted a final round 3-over par 75 to finish at 4-over par 220 total.  Wellington's Hanna Hawks finished in second at 6-over par 222.  Overland Park's Julia Misemer, Topeka's Emily Donaldon and Overland Park's Allison Comer rounded out the top five. 

Thank you to all participants and to the membership and staff at Stagg Hill Golf Club for hosting the 2018 Kansas Junior Amateur Championships!
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Credit Card Processing for Online Entries

The KGA has been notified of some recent issues with Visa credit and debit cards for players attempting to enter online for KGA competitions.  The issue is generally isolated to Visa brand cards that are issued by various banking institutions across the country.  The KGA is working with our credit card processing company to identify specific credit or debit card providers that are experiencing issues. 

If you experience any issues with the tournament online entry process for KGA events, please call or email the KGA office and we will be able to assist you in getting entered.  Thank you for your support of the KGA and its competition programs!

New Online Entry System

Please be aware of a significant change in terms of how you will register for all KGA events in 2018. The KGA has upgraded to a new online entry system. The USGA Tournament Management system, powered by Golf Genius, has replaced the old online entry system. The new system features vast improvements to streamline the registration process and enhance the player experience.

As it is a new system, everyone will need to register for a new account (i.e. create new player profile and a password).  Click here for more information!


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