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109th Kansas Amateur at Milburn CC

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The 109th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship begins on July 15th at historic Milburn Country Club in Overland Park.  This will be third time that the Kansas Amateur has been staged at the William B. Langford designed course.  Previous years and champions were Jim Colbert in 1965 and Sean Thayer in 1999.

Following a practice round on July 15th, tournament competitors will play 36-holes of stroke play qualifying on July 16-17 to determine the low 64 competitors for the single elimination match play bracket.

Groupings and starting times for the stroke play qualifying rounds are now posted.  Click here or the links above for player information, tournament facts, practice round scheduling and other important tournament information!



Scheve, Lee Win Junior Match Play Titles

Boys Match Play

Girls Match Play

Emporia's Gentry Scheve capped off a stellar week with another KGA championship.  Scheve bested the field to win the 2019 KGA Boys Junior Match Play Championship on Thursday at Emporia Golf Course after defeating Salina's Tate Herrenbruck in the final match.  Wichita's Cooper Schultz took third and Wichita's Tyler Trudo finished fourth.  The Boys Junior Match Play featured a 16-player field with a round robin format.  

In the Girls Junior Match Play, Andover's Shauna Lee was victorious in the 8-player field.  Lee topped Lawrence's Faith Hedges by a 5&4 margin the final match.  Congrats to all of our participants for a great week in Emporia! 



Scheve, Brasser Victorious at Jr Tour Championship

The KJGA tournament season concluded on Tuesday as we crowned season ending championships at the 2019 KJGA Junior Tour Championship at Emporia Golf Course.  In the Girls Division, Andale's Morgan Brasser was victorious.  Brasser finished at 10-over par 152 to edge Garden City's Alyssa McMillen by one shot.  Emporia native Gentry Scheve bested the field to win the overall boys championship.  Scheve finished at 8-under par 134 total to win by three shots over Salina's Tate Herrenbruck.  Pratt's Zach Vandervoort won the Boys 14-15 Age Division after posting a 36-hole total of 1-over par 143.  Hutchinson's Ty Adkins finished second at 7-over par 149.  In the Boys 12-13 Age Division, Leawood's James Ackerman cruised to an amazing 11-shot win over the field after finishing at 2-under par 140 total.  Aidan Nguyen of Andover took second place.  Leawood's Brady Rapp took top honors in the Boys & Girls 11-Under Division.  Rapp finished at 7-over par 79 in the daily 9-hole tournament.  Click here for more information including pairings and results!




Team Kansas Third at Junior Girls' 4-State 

Team Kansas finished in third place at the 51st Junior Girls' 4-State on Tuesday. After winning two singles matches and tieing one match, the team finished with 5 total points for the tournament. Team Nebraska won the event earning 11.5 points out of 12 possible points available at ArborLinks in Nebraska City, NE.

Team Kansas was represented by Victoria Klausner, Allison Comer, McKenna Rice, Sarah Lawson, Caroline Setter and Vera Bohning.  Team Kansas captains are Jaci Weber and Baile Stephenson. 

The Ryder Cup style invitational event features four-ball, foursome and singles matches and includes teams from Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska.
Click here for event info, pairings and results.






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