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Kansas in third, one stroke behind co-leaders heading into final day of men's golf regional

If the Kansas men’s golf team can play as well in Wednesday’s third and final round of the NCAA Pacific Regional as it did in the first two, the Jayhawks will qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time since 2000.

Daniel Sutton catches fire, vaults Kansas into second at NCAA golf regional

Kansas senior Daniel Sutton caught fire on the back nine of the first day of competition at the men’s golf NCAA Stockton Regional and carried the Jayhawks into a second-place standing, three strokes behind Iowa State and one stroke ahead of Alabama, the nation’s seventh-ranked team.

Chase Hanna finishes round with two eagles in three holes at Costa Rica Classic

Chase Hanna, Big 12 individual golf champion as a senior at Kansas in 2017, eagled two of his final three holes Friday in the Costa Rica Classic, carding a 3 on a pair of par-5 holes.

Chris Thompson finishes eighth in Web.com tournament

Web.com Tour pro Chris Thompson, a two-time golf All-American at Kansas, survived a rough start in Sunday's final round of the United Leasing and Finance Championship played at Victoria National in Newburg, Ind. to finish eighth.

Chris Thompson tied for third, two strokes off lead, heading into final round of Web.com tour event

Two-time Kansas All-American and Lawrence Country Club member Chris Thompson shot a 3-over par 75 and dropped two spots into a third-place tie heading into the final round of the United Leasing and Finance Championship, a Web.com Tour event.

Chris Thompson tied for second halfway through Web.com Tour event

A two-time All-American golfer at Kansas, Lawrence resident Chris Thompson entered Friday’s second round of the United Leasing and Finance Championship in Newburgh, Indiana, in 23rd place, eight strokes behind leader Maverick McNealy. Thompson finished the day tied for second with Ethan Tracy, one stroke behind McNealy.

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Gary Woodland defeats Chez Reavie in playoff to win Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Gary Woodland was surprised to see infant son Jaxson with wife Gabby late Sunday afternoon at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Gary Woodland finishes tied for seventh at Sony Open

Former University of Kansas golfer Gary Woodland caught fire Sunday and climbed all the way into a tie-for-seventh-place finish in the Sony Open in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Tom Keegan: Perseverance puts Lawrence pro golfer Chris Thompson back on tour

Eleven years after his first Q school survival, Chris Thompson finished tied for 16th Sunday, earning exempt status for the first eight tournaments of the Web.com tour. By the end of that eight-tournament, five-country stretch, he likely will have made enough money to qualify for the full 27-tournament schedule, the final 22 played in the United States. That would mean a year without the dreaded Monday qualifiers, one-day shots at earning entry into Web.com and PGA Tour events.

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Former KU golfer Chris Thompson qualifies for Web.com Tour

Lawrence resident Chris Thompson, a two-time golf All-American during his University of Kansas career, made it through the final stage of Q School to gain exempt status in the first eight tournaments on the Web.com tour for 2018.

Gary Woodland tied for fourth in Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Gary Woodland fired a 3-under 68 Saturday in the Shriners Hopsitals for Children Open to move into a four-way tie for fourth-place, four strokes behind the lead at 5-under heading into the final round.

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Tom Keegan: Woodland future appears promising

What professional golfer Gary Woodland told Golf Channel was “the toughest year of my life by far,” came to a close Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, where the top 30 golfers in the FedEx Cup competed for four days.

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Gary Woodland tied for sixth heading into second round of Tour Championship

Gary Woodland fired a 3-under 67 Thursday in the first round of the Players Championship, the final tournament of the FedEx Cup playoffs, played at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

KU golfers 4th in Wisconsin

Charlie Hillier and Andy Spencer fired 1-under-par 71s, and Kansas’ men’s golfer team was fourth among 16 teams after the first round of the Badger Invitational on Sunday in Madison, Wis.

Chase Hanna birdies five of first six holes in professional golf debut

Golfer Chase Hanna certainly has a knack for making his birthdays memorable ones.