Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have played in the same major 77 times as professionals. This British Open is the first time both missed the cut.
Zak Kulka matched his worst round at the 118th Wisconsin State Amateur men’s golf tournament with a 2-over-par 74 on Thursday.
Zak Kulka didn’t climb the leaderboard during the third round of the 118th Wisconsin State Amateur men’s golf tournament — but he didn’t drop precipitously, either.
Reedsburg native Dylan Brown’s first round at the Wisconsin State Golf Association (WSGA) State Amateur was done in by a rocky back nine. His second round featured much more of the rock solid golf that got him to state to begin with.
After shooting a 1-over-par 73 in Monday’s opening round of the Wisconsin State Amateur Championship, Portage golfer Nick Satina struggled right out of the gates in Tuesday’s second round at the Lawsonia Links Course in Green Lake.
Portage’s Nick Satina played well in the opening round of the Wisconsin State Amateur Championship at the Lawsonia Links Course in Green Lake on Monday, shooting a 1-over-par 73.
Golf has taken Jeff Budd on an adventure over the years, with stops in Las Vegas and Minneapolis during his career as a PGA golf pro and even appearances in the 2000 Greater Milwaukee Open — Wisconsin’s now-defunct PGA Tour stop — and the 1985 U.S. Junior Amateur in Buffalo, New York.
Stricker, the first-round leader after a 64 that he completed with a birdie in the morning, had a 70 in the second round.
Coming off a victory two weeks ago in the U.S. Senior Open in South Bend, Indiana, Stricker had a hole-in-one on the 184-yard, par-3 seventh at Firestone Country Club.
A little more than a month ago, Zak Kulka competed in the WIAA Division 1 boys golf state tournament, ultimately finishing the two-day, 36-hole affair tied for 41st at 16 over par.
Jade and Kyler Royston were unable to punch their tickets to this year’s Wisconsin State Golf Association Amateur Championship finishing outside of the top-8 at the Lake Arrowhead Qualifier in Nekoosa on July 2.
Steve Stricker finally has a national golf championship he can call his own as the record-setting winner of the U.S. Senior Open.
Seeking his second senior major title after winning the Regions Tradition by six strokes in May in Alabama, the 52-year-old Stricker had a tournament-record 18-under 192 total on the rain-softened Warren Golf Course.
For the second straight day, Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly, friends and competitors since their junior years, took apart the rain-softened Warren Golf Course, each shooting bogey-free rounds of 6-under 64 in the second round Friday.
Stricker and defending champion David Toms both shot an 8-under 62 on rain-softened Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame.