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

East Wins Kanza Players Cup at Flint Hills National

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The East Team took the title at the 7th Kanza Players Cup at Flint Hills National Golf Club in Andover.  The East Team, leading by a 5.5 to 2.5 margin after day one, took 3.5 of the 8 available Singles match points to win by a final margin of 9 to 7.  Congrats to East Team members Jeff Bell, Sam Wempe, Bradley Lane, Conrad Roberts, William Gantz, Kit Grove, Park Ulrich and Matthew Quandt!

The Kanza Players Cup is a Ryder Cup style match play competition for mid-amateur age KGA golfers.  Players qualify for the East or West team based on residence and their points earned on the previous year's KGA Mid-Amateur Player of the Year points standings.  The top eight available players from each side of the state are invited to participate.  Click here
for more information and to the see the 2018 team rosters!

Exon/Desilet Capture Spring Triple Threat

Davis/Crawford Dominate Net

Thirty-four teams competed in the Spring Triple Threat at Crestview Country Club’s South Course this morning. Teams played six holes of Four Ball, six holes of Chapman Alternate Shot, and six holes of Scramble.  The competition awards prizes for gross and net scoring in each of three flights as well as trophies for the Overall Gross Champions and Overall Net Champions.  Players also receive points in the KGA/KCGA Women’s Player of the Year series, which is being awarded for the first time this year.

Karen Exon of Topeka and Denise Desilet of Wichita were the Overall Gross Champions firing a three-under-par 69.  The cruised through the Four Ball portion of the event carding two birdies to only one bogey.  A solid +1 performance in the Chapman format kept the team going strong, but a -3 Scramble distanced the team from the field to claim the title.

Click here for final results!

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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