Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland finished tied for 62nd at the RBC Heritage this past weekend. The PGA Tour is one of the first professional sports leagues in the United States to resume play amid the coronavirus pandemic.
This season has been cut tremendously short for Kansas men's golf, but future seasons are looking promising for the Jayhawks as sports columnist Ronnie Lozano recaps the team's recent accomplishments.
Kansas men's golf took fourth place as the Bandon Dunes Championship wrapped up yesterday. Up next the Jayhawks travel to South Carolina to compete in the Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate from March 22 to 24.
Although the Dorado Beach Collegiate was cut short due to weather, Kansas men's golf came in second with shining performances from juniors Ben Sigel, Harry Hillier and Drew Shepherd.
Kansas men’s golf coach Jamie Bermel said freshman golfer Luke Kluver "has no deficiencies in his game." Kluver initially committed to the University of Nebraska, but several factors led him to choose the University of Kansas instead.
Kansas men's golf won second place at the Big 12 Match Play Championship in Houston this past weekend. The Jayhawks travel next to Hawaii in November for their final competition of the fall season.
Kansas men's golf finished in eighth place at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate over the weekend, led by senior Andy Spencer who shot 3-over (219) and tied for 22nd place overall.
Kansas men's golf tied for fourth at the Windon Memorial Classic, led by top 10 finishes from freshman Luke Kluver and junior Ben Sigel.
With skilled returning and new team members, the KU men's golf team has what it takes to make a run in the NCAA tournament this upcoming season.
Former Kansas golfer Gary Woodland was welcomed back to his hometown with a block party in downtown Topeka Tuesday night to celebrate his U.S. Open championship on June 16.