(Garden City, KS) – The All Pro Tour makes its way to The Golf Club at Southwind for the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am June 9-12, 2021.

DATES: June 9th – 12th, 2021
OFFICIAL NAME: Southwest Kansas Pro-Am
SCHEDULE: Eighth event of the APT season
VENUE: The Golfclub at Southwind – Garden City, KS
PAR/YARDS: 71 (35-36), 6,935 yards
PURSE MONEY: Estimated $120,000 (winner claims $20,000)
FORMAT: 72 Hole Stroke Play, Cut to top 50 and ties after 36 holes


SIZE: 83 players
FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/34CNbU2
APT WINNERS: 5 players
Sunday: Shootout (12pm), pool and pizza party (4pm), Sip n Chip (6pm)
Monday: Practice Rounds, Pro-Am, Ball drop (7:30pm)
Tuesday: Practice Rounds (Limited), Pro-Am
Wednesday: Round
Thursday: Round 2 (Cut day)
Friday: Round 3, Junior clinic (6pm)
Saturday: Final Round and award ceremony (2pm)

This week’s field is made up of 83 players from 8 countries.
The breakdown of the 83 players per country in the field this week: United States (74), South Africa (3), England (2), Argentina (1), Great Britain (1), Mexico (1), Scotland (1)  

This is one of the smaller fields of the year as we head into the Southwest Kansas Pro-Am. The smaller field does not reflect the difficulty of the field as there are 5 past APT champions playing in the Southwest Kansas Pro-AM. Greg Eason (England) finished second on the money list in 2020 and is near the top of the list again in 2021. Eason has not been able to get into the winners circle yet in 2021 but his steady play will give him a chance to compete in Garden City. Gage Ihrig (Goodland, KS) has had two great finishes this year with a T3 finish at the Grand Casino Open and a T6 at the United Way Charity Golf Classic it seems Ihrig’s game is coming into form. Ihrig also had one of the best stretches of holes throughout the year with a 29 at the Grand Casino Open which resulted in him tying the course record. Ihrig has proven he can compete, but will he be able to make the jump into the winner’s circle.

Action gets underway at 7:30 A.M. CT round one with play starting off No. 1 tee and No. 10 tee.  A trophy presentation by the clubhouse is set to follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.