2017 KGA Championship Schedule Released
The Kansas Golf Association is excited to announce the 2017 championship schedule, which will feature some of the top venues in the state. The 107th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship will return to Kansas City Country Club in July for the fourth time in the event history. Five qualifying sites will be available for non-exempt players. The second chance qualifier will also return in 2017. The Senior Amateur will be contested at Wichita Country Club in mid-August to crown a champion while the season ending Mid-Amateur Championship will be played in early October at Lake Quivira Country Club for the first time. The Boys and Girls Junior Amateur's will be held at a combined site, McPherson's Turkey Creek Golf Course, in mid-June. The KGA will continue to offer weekend championships with the Konza Prairie Amateur, Kansas Four-Ball, The Railer-Stroke Play and High Plains Amateur. Entries for KGA championships will open on February 1, 2017. Click here to see the complete 2017 championship schedule!
2017 KGA Senior Series Schedule Released
The Kansas Golf Association is pleased to announce the 2017 KGA Senior Series and Mid-Amateur Series schedule. The 2017 schedule will feature many of the top courses in the Sunflower State. Included are some annual favorites like Topeka Country Club, Crestview Country Club, Manhattan Country Club and the western swing through Dodge City and Garden City. New sites on the 2017 schedule include Crestwood Country Club in Pittsburg, Salina Country Club and Tallgrass Country Club in Wichita. Entries for the 2017 KGA Senior Series and Mid-Amateur Series will open on February 1, 2017. Click here to view the complete 2017 schedule!
2016 Bushnell KGA Players of the Year
With the 2016 golf season completed, the Kansas Golf Association congratulates our 2016 Bushnell KGA Players of the Year! Lenexa's Blake Allen claimed 2016 KGA Player of the Year honors after winning the Kansas Amateur and Kansas Junior Amateur Championship titles. Salina's Grant Herrenbruck earned Junior Player of the Year honors after victories in the Konza Prairie Amateur and Junior Section Team Championships. 2015 Mid-Amateur Player of the Year Bradley Lane of Lawrence repeated in 2016 after another solid year of play which included a win in the Mid-Amateur Team and two USGA championship appearances. Wichita's Tracy Chamberlin claimed Senior Player of the Year for a second straight year after posting victories at the Railer and Senior Four-Ball Championships.