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Field Set for 4th Sunflower Girls Junior Championship

Wellington Golf Club is set to host the 4th Sunflower Junior Girls Championship. The 24 player field of the top junior girls from across the state will comptete this coming weekend, August 2-3. The 36-hole stroke play event is open to all female golfers ages 12 and over who are not yet a full-time college student. Starting times will begin at 10:00 am on Saturday, August 2nd. Spectators are welcome! Click here more information regarding the 4th Sunflower Junior Girls Championship including pairings and results!

16th Father-Son at Tallgrass Country Club

A strong field of 60 teams will travel to Wichita next week for the 16th KGA Father-Son Championship at Tallgrass Country Club.  The 36-hole four-ball championship will be held August 4-5 at the Arthur Hills designed course.  The championship features gross and net scoring with Open and Junior divisions.  This is the second time that Tallgrass CC has hosted the Father-Son having hosted the inaugural championship in 1999.  Groupings and starting times will begin at 8:00 am each day.  Round one pairings are now posted.  Click here for player information, pairings and results!

Team Kansas Retains Virgil Parker Cup

After two days of competition at Topeka Country Club, team Kansas wins the 29th Kansas-Nebraska Junior Cup Matches. Kansas started the day with a 6-2 advantage heading into the singles match play portion of the competition. Needing only two points to retain the cup as defending champions the final tally was Kansas 11, Nebraska 5. The Kansas-Nebraska Junior Cup Matches are a goodwill match where 8 players from Kansas compete against their counterparts from Nebraska. This Ryder Cup style format consists of a foursome, four-ball and singles match for each of the 16 competitors. After it's 29th year, Kansas now leads the overall standings 16-13. We'd like to thank Topeka Country Club and its members for being such gracious hosts. To see complete results please click here.


Bryan Norton Wins 104th Kansas Amateur

Bryan Norton, 2014 Kansas Amateur Champion
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55-year old Mission Hills resident Bryan Norton claimed his third Kansas Amateur Championship on Sunday at Mission Hills Country Club.  Norton, a member at the host club, defeated Wichita's Sam Stevens 2&1 in the 36-hole final match.  Norton joined a very small crowd of Kansas golfers to have won at least three Kansas Amateur titles.  Norton previously won the Kansas Amateur in 1980 and in 2002.  Stevens was the runner-up for the second straight year having finished second in 2013 at Indian Hills Country Club.  Stevens, who won the Kansas Boys Junior Amateur title in June, will begin his collegiate career next month at Oklahoma State University.  Congratulations to the membership and staff for hosting a great championship on their one hundred anniversary!  This will be the fourth time Mission Hills CC has hosted the Kansas Amateur.  Previous years were 1979, 1989 and 2001.  Click here for more information on the 104th Kansas Amateur Match Play Championship including pairings, results, course stats!

KGA Online Apparel Shop Now Open

The KGA is happy to announce the launching of an online apparel store through Planet Pro Shop, where you can buy KGA logo gear from Nike, Adidas, Puma and other brands. Apparel can be customized with different KGA logos and KGA championships.  Click here to check it out!

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