The Kangaroos win by 19, closing the tournament with its only sub-par round, led by individual champ Korbin Kuehn.
Conference play has begun, and we will be monitoring championships around the country here.
Ernie Els will grab headlines this week after winning the Open Championship, but Matt Kuchar (above) is the player whom you should watch at the RBC Canadian Open, says our fantasy panel.
Tis the season of U.S. Open qualifying. Keep track of sectional qualifying here as tournaments are staged at 11 sites around the country, as well as in Japan and England. Also see the results from the 109 local qualifying sites.
Ron Balicki: Last season, Missouri-Kansas City won its first Summit League Championship to gain the school's first NCAA appearance. This season has been up-and-down one for the Kangaroos, and though an appearance at the NCAA Championship is a long shot, anything's possible.
Missouri-Kansas City collected a one-shot victory at the WSU Snowman Getaway, closing in 3-under 285 to top Missouri State.
Canada maintained its first-round lead Thursday at the Spirit International Amateur, posting a 2-under 142 in the best-ball stroke play tournament that features 80 of the top amateurs from 20 countries, playing in two-man, two-woman teams.
Canadians Garrett Rank and Mackenzie Hughes rallied after a bogey-bogey start to the Spirit International Amateur on Wednesday, birdieing 10 of the next 16 holes.
5 Things: The USGA will learn this week how skilled men handle the 5-year-old layout at Erin Hills, the site of this week's U.S. Amateur. And can Peter Uihlein be the first back-to-back champ since Tiger?
The U.S. Golf Association has announced pairings and tee times for stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Amateur, to be played Aug. 22-28 at the par-72, 7,760-yard Erin Hills Golf Club and par-70, 6,622-yard Blue Mound Golf and Country Club in Erin, Wis.
The following individuals advanced to sectional U.S. Open qualifying. The 2011 U.S. Open will take place June 16-19 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
After years of deliberation, it's finally time for the Class of 2011 to sign their National Letters of Intent and decide where they will play their college golf.
Starting times for the first two rounds of the U.S. Amateur, Aug. 23-24 at the par-71, 7,742-yard Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash., and the pa-72, 7,309-yard The Home Course in Dupont, Wash.
Top finishers from each local qualifier will advance to one of thirteen 36-hole sectional qualifiers, to be played May 24 in Surrey, England, and Saitama Pref, Japan, and June 7 across the U.S.
Who's going where? We have your full list here.
2009 Men's College Signings