After two days and four rounds, the Kansas men’s golf team will await the final round of pool play of the Big 12 Match Play Championships at the Houston Oaks Golf Club on Sunday in Houston, Texas.
After 72 holes, Kansas men’s golf placed eighth on the team leaderboard at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate at the UNM Championship Golf Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
After to back-to-back rounds Friday, the Kansas men’s golf team made a push in the second round and sits in 10th place on the team leaderboard heading into the final round at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate at UNM Championship Course.
After the final round at the Windon Memorial Classic, the Kansas men’s golf team finished tied for fourth with a score of 3-over par 855 at the Conways Golf Club in Lake Forest, Illinois.
Kansas men’s golf team finished in second place out of 16 teams and shot a three round, 8-under par 856 at the Badger Invitational at University Ridge Golf Course.
Through two rounds at the Badger Invitational, the Kansas men’s golf team is tied for first place on the team leaderboard with Notre Dame at University Ridge Golf Course.
The Kansas men’s golf team sits in second place after the first round of the Badger Invitational Sunday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wisconsin.
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Kansas head coach Bill Self has played a couple rounds with pro golfer Gary Woodland, but the very first hole is still a vivid memory for the Hall of Fame coach. It was the first hole at the Lawrence Country Club, which is approximately a 365-yard par-4. Woodland, who played golf at KU from 2004-07, placed his tee shot on the green. He then netted a 20-foot putt for an eagle. Shane Jackson
From her perch in front of a TV in Florida, Amy Bockerstette had no doubt. How could she, after she and Gary Woodland had come this far together. "You got this, Gary," she kept repeating as Woodland made his way around Pebble Beach on his way to the U.S. Open title Sunday. "You got this." On the course, Woodland was telling himself the same thing.
After taking the lead with a monster second round at famed Pebble Beach, former Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland kept the lead to the end, finishing the job Sunday afternoon with the first major title of his career. By Matt Tait