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Past KGA President Don Briggs Passes Away

The KGA is saddened to learn of the passing of past KGA president Don Briggs on June 22 after a brief illness.  Don served the association for many years as a board member, KGA Senior Series Commissioner and rules committee member.  Don served as KGA president in 2006.

Don was passionate about golf and the promotion of the amateur game in Kansas.  He had a contagious laugh, smile and personality!

A visitation will be held Monday, July 1st from 4-6 pm with a memorial at 6 pm at Leintz Funeral Home in Leavenworth, KS.



Sand Creek Kansas Am Qualifier Postponed

The Kansas Amateur qualifier scheduled for Sand Creek Station on Monday, June 24th has been postponed until Wednesday, June 26th due to course conditions at the host course following the weekend storms.  Groupings and starting times remain the same.  Entered contestants that are unable to participate on the new date are eligible to transfer their entry to another qualifying site (except Buffalo Dunes qualifier), the 2nd Chance Qualifier or receive a entry refund.  We apologize for the change in schedule on short notice as we deal with Mother Nature.  Thank you!



Beckler, Nolin Win 2019 Railer at Sand Creek Station
Goode Wins Senior Division

Posted 7:00 am 6/23/19 - We regret to announce that the final round of the 2019 Railer Stroke Play Championship at Sand Creek Station Golf Course has been cancelled due to unplayable course conditions.  The course received an additional 2.5" of rain overnight.  The tournament results are final and we will be awarding co-champions in the Open Division to Andrew Beckler of Topeka and AJ Nolin of Omaha.  Greg Goode of Salina is the Senior Division champion.

Two complimentary golf round passes to Sand Creek Station will be given to each tournament participant. The full gift certificate pool will be awarded to the field based on the final results.  Gift certificate amounts are published on the tournament website and redeemable for goods and services at Sand Creek Station GC and have no expiration date. 

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Booth & Thomas Take Overall Title at Tee Fore Two

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It took an extra hole for Amanda Booth (Wichita, KS) and Rebecca Thomas (Wichita, KS) to claim their first title in the Tee Fore Two Championship over defending champions Denise Desilet (Wichita, KS) and Patricia Sherwood (Wichita, KS).  Booth and Thomas began the day with a two-stroke lead after Monday’s Four Ball format and made the turn in the difficult Chapman Alternate Shot format with the same margin.

In the net division, Laurie Hughey (Wichita, KS) and Susan Mueller (Wichita, KS) began the day five strokes back after Monday Four Ball.  Chasing Beth Parmley (Loma Linda, MO) and Peggy Hinde (Pittsburg, KS) in the challenging Chapman format, they fired a gross 75 for a net 61 to win the Overall Net Championship by two strokes. 

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Schultz, Hawks Win at Boys & Girls Junior Amateur's


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17-year old Cooper Schultz of Wichita led wire to wire to win the 60th Kansas Boys Junior Amateur Championship by seven shots on Thurday at Wellington Golf Club.  Schultz posted a final 1-under par 69 to finish the 54-hole championship at 4-under par 206 total.  2018 Kansas Amateur champion and KU golf signee Sion Audrain of Garden City finished in second at 3-over par 213.  Wichita's Tyler Trudo took third overall while 2018 Boys Junior Amateur champion Michael Winslow, 16, finished in fourth.  Other age division winners included Wichita's Asher Whitaker in the 14 & under and Overland Park's Ryan Lee in the 15 age division.

In the Kansas Girls Junior Amateur Championship, Wellington's Hanna Hawks rallied to win the title after posting a final round 3-over par 73 to finish the championship at 25-over par 235 total.  36-hole lead Kate Tilma of Eastborough finished in second.  Topeka's Caroline Setter and Lee's Summit resident Vera Bohning finished in a tie for third.   

Thank you to the tournament participants and the staff at Wellington Golf Club for hosting the 2019 Junior Amateur Championships.
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