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KGF Tee Time Auction for Scholars

The 2017 KGF Tee Time Auction for Scholars will begin on March 31st at 5:00 am. Our auction offers golf at outstanding Kansas courses such as Prairie Dunes, Shadow Glen, Flint Hills National and Hallbrook. Plus, this year we have a package offering two rounds in Tulsa: The Patriot Club and Southern Hills Country Club. If you're putting your 2017 golf calendar together and want to play one of these courses, this is your chance. All auction benefits support the Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship program - the only statewide college scholarship program exclusively to junior golfers going to a college in Kansas.

The KGF Tee Time Auction begins on Friday, March 31st and ends Monday, April 10th at 5:00 pm. To view our complete list of courses, click here.

Entries Open for all 2017 KGA Events


KJGA-Junior Golf

KGA Senior Series/Mid-Am Series

Kansas Cup

There's a Game for Everyone!  Entries are now open for all 2017 KGA competition programs. The Championships schedule, KJGA-Junior Golf program lineup, KGA Senior Series & Mid-Amateur Series venues and the annual Kansas Cup competition that will feature some of the top venues in the Sunflower State.

Championship schedule highlights include the 107th Kansas Amateur at Kansas City Country Club, Senior Amateur at Wichita Country Club, Boys & Girls Junior Amateur's at Turkey Creek Golf Course, and four championships held on weekends.
The KJGA-Junior Golf program will be offering a mix of one-day and two-day competitions in 2017.  The KGA Senior Series & Mid-Am Series slate includes traditional favorites as well as a few new sites added to this year's schedule.  Click the links above to see the tournament schedules for each respective competition program.

Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship Applications

The Kansas Golf Foundation is now receiving 2017 KJGS Applications. Each year the KGF awards academic scholarships to five deserving Kansas Junior Golfers, both male and female.  Applicants must have participated in high school golf or in junior golf activities.  The Scholarship is $1,500 per year, renewable for four years, and must be used for expenses at an accredited college or university in Kansas, including community colleges.  Junior Golf Scholars are selected based on the applicant's academic record, essay, financial need, leadership and community service, letters of recommendation and participation in junior golf.  For more about the Kansas Junior Golf Scholarship and to download an application form, click here.  Application deadline is Friday, March 24.

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