The Madison native becomes the first player to win two AmFam titles after shooting his best round of the tournament, a 6-under 66.
In a crowded field of players vying for the title, Jerry Kelly, a Madison native, became the first player to win two AmFam Championships after…
“I got caught trying to skirt that bunker and it wasn't smart,” Jerry Kelly said of his tee shot on the 18th, which led to a double bogey.
The Milwaukee native makes his way back to the pro tour on a sponsor's exemption.
Miguel Angel Jiménez shot a 7-under-par 65 to take the lead, pulling away from the field with an eagle down the stretch.
Fan favorite John Daly withdrew from the AmFam before completing his first nine holes, with tournament officials saying he was feeling ill.
After an eagle and a birdie over his last three holes to get within 5 shots of the lead, Madison resident Steve Stricker believes he can better generate momentum this weekend.
"It's been a great relationship and one that I treasure a lot," Stricker says of North.
After stepping away from the sport as a player, time as a caddie on PGA Tour Champions circuit whet the appetite of the former Badgers golfer.
The seven-year extension keeps the tournament at University Ridge and begins with this year’s event, which runs Friday-Sunday.
“It's a blessing, really, to think that in our 50s that we're still competing and we carried the friendships through all those years,” said Mike Weir, who's making his debut in Madison this weekend.
Kotlowski has qualified for the WIAA's alternate fall season state tournament Monday and Tuesday in Kohler. It will be the UW-Green Bay commit's third trip to a WIAA state tournament.
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From tournament winner and hometown hero Jerry Kelly embracing his mother after Sunday's victory to former Packers great Brett Favre making an…
It took three extra holes, but when all was said and done Sunday, Madison-native Jerry Kelly edged tournament host Steve Stricker and then Retief Goosen to win the American Family Insurance Championship at University Ridge.
The American Family Insurance Championship came to a close on Sunday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
Play continued Saturday in the American Family Insurance Championship at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
The American Family Insurance Championship kicked off PGA Tour Champions play on Friday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
It’s never much of a mystery where Madison’s favorite sons, Steve Stricker and Jerry Kelly, are during their rounds in the American Family Ins…