Cummins Wins Kansas Public Links
HUTCHINSON, Kan. - Former Kansas State golfer Tyler Cummins carded a two-round score of nine-under par 133 to win the 12th annual Kansas Public Links Championship. The two day event, held June 24-25 at The Course at Carey Park in Hutchinson, featured some of the top golfers throughout the state of Kansas.
Cummins sat in a tie for first after the first round, carding a four-under par 67. Throughout the second round, Cummins and Olathe's Jordan Smith battled for the championship, with Cummins taking the lead after sinking an eagle putt on No. 12. Following a bogey on No. 14, Cummins held a one-stroke lead. However, he birdied three of the final four holes to take home the championship.
The score of 133 is the lowest winning score in the 12-year history of the Public Links Championship.
Current Wildcat Spencer Alefs also participated in the championship, tying for 14th at three-over par 145.
For more information on the Kansas Public Links, please visit www.kansasgolf.org.