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Merger Between KGA & KWGA Set For January

The two leading amateur golf associations serving Kansas golfers for over 100 years have announced plans to complete a full merger of their membership, operations, programs and services beginning on January 1st.

The Kansas Golf Association (KGA), founded in 1908, with executive offices in Lawrence, Kansas since 1985, will welcome the members and volunteers of the Kansas Women’s Golf Association (KWGA) into a joint effort to bring professionally administered golf programs, services and events to all amateur Kansas golfers of any age or ability through a complete merger of the two organizations on January 1st.   The KWGA was organized in 1915 and conducted its first state championship for women in 1919.  Over the decades the KWGA grew to provide golf handicap services to as many as 5,000 women golfers and to conduct an annual slate of championships and competitions for women, including senior and junior golfers.  Click here for the full media release.




2017 KGA’s Players-of-the-Year Announced

The Kansas Golf Association is pleased to provide a lengthy and wide-ranging program of competitive golf events for Kansas golfers of all ages.  At the end of the season, there are a few golfers that stand out as the very best.  Take a bow, gentlemen!  You deserve the honor of KGA Player-of-the-Year.

Goodland, Kansas native and current standout on the Wichita State golf team Gage Ihrig had a 2017 competitive golf season where no one else even came close in the KGA’s overall Player-of-the-Year race.  Garden City’s Taylor Larsen took home 2017 Junior Player of the Year honors in his final season as junior competitor.  Wichita’s Tracy Chamberlin made it three in a row in the Senior Player of the Year race.  Also completing the three-peat was Lawrence’s Bradley Lane in the Mid-Amateur point standings.  Click here to read more about the outstanding seasons of the four KGA Players-of-the-Year!




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.




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