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KGA Senior Series pairings -- Mid-Am Series pairings -- KJGA pairings

Heart of America Four-Ball Information

32 Players Remain at 107th Kansas Amateur

Match Play Bracket/Results

Daily Recap

Stroke Play Pairings/Results

The Field -- Tourney Facts

Round of 64 matches are complete and 32 players remain at the 107th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship at The Kansas City Country Club.  In Round of 64 action, top seed and 2013 Kansas Amateur champion Chase Hanna advanced over 1999 Kansas Amateur champion Sean Thayer of Garden City.  The opening round of matches saw several upsets including 56th seed Travis Holt and 62nd seed Kevin Quinley both advancing to the Round of 32.  15-year old Tate Herrenbruck of Salina, the youngest player in the field, also advanced.  Also advancing was 53rd seed Bradley Lane who knocked out defending champion Blake Allen in 19-holes.  Highlighting the day was a hole in one by Dodge City Community College golfer Witchayapat "Tiger" Sinsrang on the 4th hole.  Sinsrang went on to win his Round of 64 match.

The Round of 32 matches will get underway at 7:00 am on Friday, July 21.  Round of 16 matches will follow on Friday afternoon.  This is the fourth time The Kansas City Country Club has hosted the Kansas Amateur.  The previous years were 1981, 1995 and 2009.
Click here for more information on the 107th Kansas Amateur!

Field Set for Junior Section Team Championship

Player Memo

Pairings & Results

Mariah Hills Golf Course in Dodge City will play host to the 2017 Junior Section Team Championship. A field of 97 players have successfully qualified for this season ending 36-hole stroke play event which is set to begin on Tuesday, July 25th. Besides individual scoring within each age division, the boys side will compete to see which section of the state is best. The team scoring aspect will tally scores from each of the six sections and their five age divisions. However, the high score in each age division will not count towards the team total for that particular round. Think of how High School Golf is scored where you take the top 4 of 6. It's very similar, except each team consist of 16 players.

The official practice round will begin on Monday, July 24th. Players are asked to contact the Mariah Hills Golf Shop to set up a time. For more information regarding the 2017 Junior Seciton Team Championship please click here.

Goode & Sexton Win Sr Four-Ball at Falcon Lakes

Quattlebaum & York Take Super Senior Title

Results -- Photo Gallery

Salina's Greg Goode & Derby's Eric Sexton posted a final round 8-under par 64 to rally for victory at the 29th KGA Senior Four-Ball Championship at Falcon Lakes Golf Club in Basehor, KS.  Goode & Sexton entered the day three shots off the lead, but pulled out the win after finishing at 13-under par 131 total.  The Kansas City team of Don Kuehn & Frank Booth finished one shot back at 12-under 132 total.  The teams of Gary Lucas/Dave Carson and Steve Newman/Tracy Chamberlin finished in a tie for third place.   

In the Super Senior Division, the Wichita team of Bill Quattlebaum & Ben York also came from behind to win.  Quattlebaum and York started the day three shots off the pace, but took victory after posting an 8-under par 64 in round two to finish at 10-under par 134 total.  The teams of Doug Kaup/Frank Roth and James Seward/Bob Bezek finished in a tie for runner-up at 8-under par 136 total.  Thank you to the teams and to the staff of Falcon Lakes for hosting!  Click here for final results.

KGA Partners With Affinity Travel Benefits

The Kansas Golf Association announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Affinity Travel Benefits, a leading edge, online travel aggregation platform providing exclusive discounts up to 70% off retail rates at hotels and resort properties.

This new member benefit is exclusive to KGA members and more information on this service can be found by clicking here.

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