A little more than weeks removed from his first major golf victory at the 2019 U.S. Open, Gary Woodland found himself at Kansas basketball practice Tuesday afternoon. By Matt Tait
In his first tournament since winning the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, former University of Kansas golf standout and Topeka native Gary Woodland is experiencing a whole new way of life on the PGA Tour.
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
With some of the biggest names and best golfers in the world looming at the U.S. Open, former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland now sits 18 holes away from winning his first major title. By Matt Tait
A three-time winner on the PGA Tour but still in search of that elusive first major championship, former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland roared his way to the top of the U.S. Open leaderboard on Friday. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas standout golfer Chris Thompson turned in the best four-round finish of his rookie season on the PGA Tour north of the border this weekend in Ontario, Canada.
Nobody shot a better final round at the 2019 PGA Championship than former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland on Sunday. And as a result, the former Jayhawk and Topeka native carded his second ever Top 10 finish at one of golf’s major tournaments.
With one round left to play at this year’s PGA Championship golf tournament at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y., a pair of former KU greats are among those golfers vying for a strong Sunday finish.
Despite posting a 281 (+1) for its lowest round of the tournament, the Kansas men's golf team was unable to finish inside the top five at the NCAA Stanford Regional at the Stanford Golf Course on Wednesday.
Redshirt freshman Jeff Doty carded a 3-under 67 in the second round of the NCAA Stanford Regional at the Stanford Golf Course on Tuesday as the Kansas men's golf team improved five strokes from round one and sits in 11th place.
Behind junior Andy Spencer's even-par 70, the Kansas men's golf team is tied for 10th after the opening round of the NCAA Stanford Regional at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, California on Monday.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Kansas men's golf will be competing in the NCAA Regional Championship after receiving an at-large bid on Wednesday. The Jayhawks will be traveling to Stanford, California, to compete at the Stanford Golf Course.
After completing its first two rounds of the Big 12 Championship on Saturday, Kansas men's golf had one final opportunity to rise up the leaderboard Sunday.