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On Thursday night, hundreds of guests noshed on Wisconsin staples – beer, brats and cheese curds – while the musical group Barenaked Ladies entertained in a room at the Ritz-Carlton decorated in a Badger State motif. And on the Plantation Course at Kapalua, it’s not hard to find volunteers who escaped Wisconsin’s winter for a week to hold up “Quiet Please” signs or shuttle spectators from remote parking lots. Read more >

The former four-time All-American at the University of Illinois is doing everything in his power to get back on track, to pick up where he left off this summer, when he played with Phil Mickelson on the weekend of the U.S. Open, had a chance to win the Barracuda Open on a sponsor’s exemption and qualified for the Korn Ferry Tour finals with a PGA Tour card on the line. Read more >

Kelly is three shots behind leader Jeff Maggert but three ahead of McCarron, who came into the week with a 170,150-point lead on Kelly in the season-long race for the Schwab Cup. If Kelly, who is tied for sixth, and McCarron, who is tied for 22nd, were to hold their positions through the weekend, Kelly would still come up 23,775 points short of his close friend, who he has been chasing most of the 2019 season. Read more >

Jerry Kelly shot a 5-under 31 on the back nine Sunday and earned his 13th top-10 finish in 22 starts this season. More importantly, it trimmed Scott McCarron's Schwab Cup points lead from 252,550 to 170,150 and gave the Madison golfer a fighting chance to win the tour's postseason at next week's championship in Phoenix.  Read more >

SAN JACINTO, Calif. — It's tough to tell if Dan Woltman has become more cynical or skeptical in his advanced age (he turned 33 this week), but the former University of Wisconsin golfer was dishing up a little of each Friday afternoon as he got set to leave the Golf Club at Soboba Springs. Read more >

It didn't matter Tuesday if you were a veteran like Dan Woltman, teeing it up here at the foot of San Jacinto Mountains for what seems like the umpteenth time in this kind of setting, or a rookie to these proceedings like Jordan Hahn, another former University of Wisconsin golfer whose road to the Korn Ferry Tour got underway in Garland, Texas. Read more >