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Konza Prairie Amateur on June 3-4

Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan will host the annual Konza Prairie Amateur on Saturday & Sunday, June 3-4.  Now in its third year, the Konza Prairie Amateur is a 36-hole stroke play championship that features a Modified Stableford scoring system.  The scoring system, modeled after the former PGA Tour event called The International, gives golfers points on each hole, based on golfer's score relative to par.  It is designed to reward players for taking chances to go for birdies (or better), as the reward for a low score on a hole is typically greater than the punishment for a poor score.

Starting times for round one on Saturday, June 3rd are now posted and will begin at 9:30 am from #1 tee.  Click here to see tournament information including player information memo, pairings and 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.




East Team Wins 6th Kanza Players Cup


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The East team won the 6th edition of the Kanza Players Cup at Lawrence Country Club by a 10 to 6 margin over the West squad.  The East took 4.5 points in the day two singles matches to the West side's 3.5 points to help secure the victory.  In the day one matches, the East squad led 2.5 to 1.5 after the morning four-ball matches and took 3 of the 4 points in the afternoon foursomes matches. 

Congrats to East team members Jeff Bell, Tyler Cummins, William Gantz, Bradley Lane, Chris McGown, Conrad Roberts, Matthew Quandt and Park Ulrich on the victory.  Click here for more information including match pairings and results.



Fox, Weems Advance at U.S. Open Local

Winfield's Landon Fox and Lake Quivira's Josh Weems tied for co-medalists and took the two qualifying spots at Wednesday's U.S. Open local qualifier at Wichita Country Club.  Fox and Weems both posted even par rounds of 71 in very windy conditions to advance to U.S. Open sectional qualifying on June 5.  Fox is a senior on the Southwestern College golf team and Weems is a former Railer Stroke Play champion that is now playing golf as a professional.  Former Wichita State Shocker Alec Heinen claimed the first alternate spot while former K-State golfer Curtis Yonke took the 2nd alternate position.  Click here to view results!






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