1 - Made by a Farmer
It's impossible to tell the story of Nebraska without discussing its long history of farming. Generations of farmers have made the Cornhusker state what it is today. Golf also has a long history in the state, dating back to the 1800s. Countless golf courses across Nebraska border cornfields, and many see those same farmers hitting the links after their work is done. The Andersen family from Dakota City has combined their two pursuits to create a golf experience unlike any other. Landmand Golf Club is the newest golf venture in the state, and it will bring breathtaking views and 18 holes of pure golf. Read about the new King-Collins designed course just north of Homer at the button below.
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2 - Nebraska Retains Junior Cup
The 34th Kansas-Nebraska Junior Cup ended in a tie for just the fourth time in the event’s history, with the defending champions from Nebraska retaining the cup after the teams finished in an 8-all tie at Omaha Country Club. Nebraska put together an incredible comeback to win the Cup for a second straight year. Read the story of the comeback and watch the video highlights at the button below.
3 - Golf's New Rules | Alternative to Stroke and Distance for Ball Lost/OB
One of the most significant and talked-about changes in the new Rules of Golf for 2019 was the introduction of an alternative to stroke and distance for a ball that is lost or out of bounds. Before we go any further on this topic however, let’s first clarify that stroke and distance is still the default in the Rules of Golf! The alternative relief procedure is only available when the golf course or the Committee running a competition has decided to put the optional Local Rule into effect. Before using it, you should verify with the person in charge of the golf course (often the pro) or the competition as to whether or not it is in effect. If so, click the button below to read more about how this new Local Rule works.
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4 - Nebraska on Tour | September 2019
Nebraska on Tour keeps you updated on the progress of Nebraskans on the PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour, Symetra Tour, as well as other Nebraskans trying to make their way in the professional ranks. For more frequent updates, follow @NGATracker on Twitter.
Nate Lashley, formerly of Scottsbluff, capped his breakthrough season on the PGA Tour by competing in the FedEx Cup playoffs. On the Korn Ferry Tour, Brandon Crick of McCook and Brady Schnell of Omaha played in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals to try and earn their 2019-2020 PGA Tour cards. Read how these Nebraskans on Tour finished off their seasons and what lies ahead for next season at the button below.
5 - NGA Competitions | September 2019
The 2019 Nebraska Director's Cup Team
The past month was one of the slowest of the 2019 season for the NGA, with no championships conducted, but headlined by a couple select team events. Nebraska retained the Kansas-Nebraska Junior Cup (read that story above in Section 2), and also competed in the Director's Cup Matches at St. Joseph Country Club in Missouri. In other action, Gretna's Brian Csipkes qualified for his fourth U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship by winning Sectional Qualifying at Norfolk Country Club. In addition, four other Nebraskans competed in USGA championships in August. Tap the button below to read the recaps of these competitions and more from the past month.