Kansas (KGA) Father-Son Championship
09 Aug 2005
see also: Kansas Parent-Child Championship, Terradyne Country Club


TOPEKA, KS (August 9, 2005) -- Gary and Dan Woodland of Berryton never looked back after opening up with a first round 10-under par 61. The father-son duo made it back to back 10-under par 61's as they toppled the field with a two-round total of 20-under par 122. The 122 total easily broke the Father-Son Championship record for winning score by 6 shots.

The highlight of the event was University of Kansas junior golfer to-be Gary Woodland shooting a course record 61 on his own ball. The previous course record was 63 held by Gary Lucas of Topeka.

Trey & Charlie Schorgl of Leawood, KS repeated as junior division champs after successfully defending their 2004 victory at Manhattan Country Club. The Schorgl team put together rounds of 69 & 67 (6-under par total) to win the junior division by one stroke.

For complete results, click on the tournament link above (amateurgolf.com membership requested).

ABOUT THE Kansas Parent-Child

36 holes of four-ball stroke play with two age divisions (Open and Junior). All teams will compete for gross and net scoring.

Open to amateur golfers. One team member must be a KGA member. Both team members must have a USGA Handicap Index.

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