Three Kansas University men’s golfers tied for seventh, and the Jayhawks placed fourth in the team standings after the final round of the Hawkeye Invitational on Sunday at Finkbine Golf Course.
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland’s roller-coaster trip to the Masters ended with a 4-over-par 76 on Sunday.
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland made up significant ground Saturday on “moving day” at the Masters. Woodland jumped 23 spots in the third round and carded an eagle and four birdies while tying the Masters record of 30 on the front nine.
The Kansas University men’s golf team sits in third place out of 12 teams after the opening two rounds of the Hawkeye Invitational on Saturday.
Gary Woodland dropped 32 places at the Masters on Friday, but he played well enough to return for the weekend.
Kansas University’s men’s golf team placed 14th at the Irish Creek Collegiate, which concluded Sunday at the Club at Irish Creek.
Kansas University’s men’s golf team is in 13th after two rounds Saturday at the Irish Creek Collegiate at the Club at Irish Creek.
Kansas University golfer Logan Philley fired a career-low 6-under 66 to tie for eighth place Saturday in the Desert Shootout at Palm Valley Country Club. Philley had a three-day total of 9-under 207.
The Kansas University men’s golf team stayed in last place out of 12 teams after the third and final round of the Louisiana Classics on Tuesday.
The Kansas University men’s golf team struggled in its first round on Monday at the Louisiana Classics, falling to the bottom of the team leaderboard despite a 15-stroke improvement in Round 2.
Kansas University’s Chase Hanna shot his third-straight round of 1-under-71 to finish tied for 19th place on Sunday at the Desert Intercollegiate.
Kansas University’s Chase Hanna shot a second-straight 1-under-71 to lead the KU men’s golf team on Saturday in the second round of the Desert Intercollegiate.
Kansas University freshman Chase Hanna carded a 1-under-71 to lead the KU men’s golf team on the first day of the Desert Intercollegiate.
Gary Woodland's late fade down the leaderboard did nothing to dull local golfers’ enthusiasm about his prospects for making this his season on the PGA Tour. By Tom Keegan
Gary Woodland didn’t have to overpower the par 5s to take the lead at Torrey Pines. Woodland, a former Kansas University golfer, found his five birdies elsewhere Saturday on another tough day of scoring on the South Course for a 2-under 70, giving him a one-shot lead over 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and Marc Leishman of Australia going into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open.