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2016 Championship Schedule

Gary Lucas Leads Senior Series Championship


Pairings & Results

Topeka's Gary Lucas leads after round one of the KGA Senior Series Championship at Manhattan Country Club.  Lucas posted a one over par 71 to take a one shot lead over Ottawa's Bob Bezek and Andover's Randy Vautravers.  In the Super Senior Division, Abilene's Ray Wyatt leads with a first round 3-over par 73.  Ron Brewer, Michael Carey and Dan Lindberg are all two shots back heading into the final round on Tuesday, September 27th.  The 36-hole season ending championship is open to qualifying players that finished in the top 15 players (gross or net) in total points accumulated in their respective age division.  Following the completion of the KGA Senior Series Championship, the Ozark Senior Challenge and Association Senior Cup teams will be announced for the annual Ryder Cup style competition against our friends from the Missouri Golf Association.

Groupings and starting times for round two will begin at 9:30 am with a shotgun start.  Click here for more information on the 2016 KGA Senior Series Championship!



KGA Announces Team Kansas for USGA State Team


Pairings & Results

A trio of accomplished Kansas amateur golfers has been named to represent the State of Kansas at the upcoming USGA Men’s State Team Championship to be held at the Country Club of Birmingham in Alabama, September 28-30.   Lyons’ Tim McKinnis, Lawrence’s Bradley Lane and Wichita’s Max Lazzo will comprise the Kansas team for the 2016 USGA championship.  This national team event is held in even numbered years with all 50 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico represented.  Kansas won this event in 2010 and was runner-up in 2009.  Click here for more information on Team Kansas as well as past results.



Firekeeper GC to Host 28th KGA Mid-Amateur

Firekeeper Golf Course in Mayetta will play host to the 28th KGA Mid-Amateur Championship on Monday & Tuesday, October 3-4.  The 36-hole stroke play championship is open to KGA golfers age 25 & older.  The competition features gross and net scoring with three age divisions.  Groupings and starting times for round one on Monday, October 3rd will be published to the KGA website on Tuesday, September 27th.  Click here for the player information memo which includes hotel rate info as well links to the pairings and results.







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