Kansas University golfer and defending Match Play champion Chase Hanna won his quarterfinal, 2 up, before losing in the semifinal, 1 up, on Saturday at the Kansas Amateur.
Kansas University golfer Chase Hanna claimed two match-play victories on Friday at the Kansas Amateur at Mission Hills Country Club.
Kansas University golfer Chase Hanna finished first in stroke play on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Kansas Amateur and defeated his first opponent in match play on Thursday at Mission Hills Country Club.
Talented golfers from 30 states played 18 holes Monday at either Alvamar public or Alvamar Country Club. A dozen of them qualified for the Midwest Classic, a Web.com Tour event scheduled for Thursday through Sunday at Lionsgate in Overland Park. By Tom Keegan
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland shot a 1-under 71 Sunday in the final round of the British Open and finished 1-under 287 in a tie for 39th place at Royal Liverpool.
Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland was a picture of consistency Saturday at the British Open.
In danger of missing the cut after an opening-round 75, former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland survived and then some with a strong second round Friday at the British Open.
A bad start and worse finish doomed former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland to an opening-round 3-over-par 75 Thursday at the British Open at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
Kansas University men’s golfer Chase Hanna missed the cut after the second round of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, Tuesday at San Creek Station Golf Course.
Kansas University men’s golfer Chase Hanna shot a 7-over 78 on the first day of the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, Monday at Sand Creek Station Golf Course.
Kansas University red-shirt freshman Brock Drogosch qualified for the 2014 U.S. Amateur with rounds of 67 and 66, Wednesday and Thursday on Panther Lake Course at Orange County National Golf Center & Lodge.
Kansas University men’s golfer Chase Hanna qualified for the July 14-19 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship with a two-round 142 on June 17 at Swope Golf Course in Kansas City, Missouri.
Golfers in town from all over the country to compete in the Gary Woodland Championship, an American Junior Golf Association event at Alvamar public, had their chance to pepper Woodland himself with questions Monday afternoon, and they didn’t choke under pressure. They asked him some good ones, one day after he completed his final round in the 114th U.S. Open played at Pinehurst No. 2. By Tom Keegan
Even at the highest level, golfers relentlessly tinker, seeking the secret to making that final step from good tour player to great one. By Tom Keegan
Gary Woodland yanked his tee shot left, deep into the waste area that hugs the fairways at Pinehurst No. 2, up against a fence, in among the pine trees. From there, Woodland’s round went backward. Literally. Column by Tom Keegan