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2019 Kansas Cup Information

The KGA is excited to announce the divisional assignments for the 2019 Kansas Cup!  We are pleased to have 24 member clubs participating this year within eight divisions.  The 2019 Kansas Cup program will include some major changes to the competition format.  Those changes include changes to the match roster size and composition of matches.  

The Kansas Cup is a team competition modeled after the popular Ryder Cup.  Matches are conducted on the home course of one of the teams, with home-and-home round robins within designated divisions.  Teams advancing to the single-elimination playoff bracket with matches to determine an overall champion. 

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KGA Tournament Entries Now Open

The KGA is pleased to announce a great lineup of venues for the 2019 KGA tournament schedules.  The 109th Kansas Amateur will be contested at Milburn Country Club in July.  The 100th Kansas Women's Amateur will be played at historic Prairie Dunes Country Club in August.  The Boys & Girls Junior Amateur will head to Wellington Golf Club in June.  The Men's Senior Amateur will be played at Firekeeper Golf Course in August and the Women's Senior Amateur will be contested at Falcon Lakes Golf Club in September.  The KGA will continue to offer several weekend men's tournament opportunities including Konza Prairie Amateur at Colbert Hills in Manhattan, the Kansas Four-Ball at Eagle Bend in Lawrence, The Railer at Sand Creek Station in Newton and the High Plains Amateur at Mariah Hills in Dodge City. 

Entries for all other competitions including Women's competitions, KJGA-Junior Tour events and the KGA Senior Series/Mid-Am Series are also open as of March 1st.  Click the links at the top of this page to see all the competitions available for Men, Women and Juniors in 2019!

Visit the KGA Tournament Registration portal here.

KGA & KCGA Agree to Merge

The Boards of Directors of the Kansas Golf Association and the Kansas City Golf Association have reached an agreement in principle to merge on or before December 31, 2020.

The two storied golf associations will immediately begin operating with a single staff to serve the needs of all golfers in its territory of Kansas and the Kansas City metro area. Leadership of both organizations will work together to form an organization with a new name and a combined board in order to complete the merger by December 31, 2020. The goal of the new combined organization is to maintain the high standard of services and competitions available to the golf clubs and golfers of Metropolitan Kansas City and the State of Kansas.

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