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KGA Senior Series pairings -- Mid-Am Series pairings

Heart of America Four-Ball Information

Kameron Shaw Leads Junior Section Championship
Saporito takes three shot advatage in the Girls Division

Player Memo

Pairings & Results

After the first round of the 2017 Junior Section Team Championship Salina native Kameron Shaw(14-15) will take a one stroke advantage heading into tomorrow's final round. Shaw's opening round of 73 will put him in the final pairing with 2017 Junior Amateur Champion Jacob Lackey(16 & Over), McPherson, and Davis Cooper(14-15) of Overland Park. Rounding off the final pairing will be Tate Herrenbruck(14-15) also from Salina. On the girls side, Molly Saporito of Overland Park opened the championship with a 79. Saporito has a three shot lead over Alyssa McMillen of Garden City. The pair have a significant gap between the rest of the field and will battle it out starting at 9:10 am off hole #10. Other age division leaders include Andrew Fowler(11 & Under) of Overland Park while Topeka's Gavin Berberich and Nate Saporito, Overland Park, are tied at the top of the 12-13 boys age division.

Team Totals: South Central - 906, Northeast - 908, North Central - 913, Metro - 923, West - 923 & Southeast - 988. Groupings and starting times for round two are now available. For more information regarding the 2017 Junior Section Team Championship please click here.

KGA Father-Son at Crestview Country Club

The annual KGA Father-Son Championship will head to Crestview (North) Country Club in Wichita on July 31-August 1.  The 36-hole four-ball stroke play competition features gross and net scoring with two divisions (Open and Junior).  Cart is included for both rounds of the championship as part of the entry fee.  Groupings and starting times for round one of the championship are now posted. 

Tee times will begin at 7:30 am from #1 tee each day.  Click here for more information including the player information memo, pairings and results.

Gage Ihrig Wins the 107th Kansas Amateur

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Match Play Results

Daily Recap

Stroke Play Results

Goodland's Gage Ihrig claimed the 107th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship on Sunday afternoon at The Kansas City Country Club.  Ihrig, a senior-to-be at Wichita State University, bested 2015 Kansas Amateur champion Sam Stevens by a 4&2 margin in the 36-hole final match.  Ihrig added to his impressive summer after already winning The Railer, Kansas Stroke Play Championship last month.  Stevens, a student athlete at Oklahoma State University, reached the finals for the fourth time in the last five years.  

Thank you to the field of players as well as the membership and staff at The Kansas City Country Club for hosting the 107th Kansas Amateur!  This is the fourth time The Kansas City Country Club has hosted the Kansas Amateur.  The previous years were 1981, 1995 and 2009.
Click here for more information on the 107th Kansas Amateur!

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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