Mike Grosdidier, left, sizes up partner Gary Lucas’ putt on the fringe of the 15th hole at Alvamar Public during the Masters Division of the Kansas Four-Ball Championship. The two advanced Thursday to today’s finals.
Jim Cummins tees off on the 14th tee Friday at Alvamar Golf Course.
Alvamar head pro Randy Towner, who considers himself a good putter, qualified for this week's U.S. Senior open thanks in no small part to his prowess on the greens. But he struggled putting over the first two rounds and didn't make the cut.
Alvamar head pro Randy Towner waits on the 16th tee as play backs up Friday. Towner didn't make the cut through two rounds of play at the U.S. Senior Open.
Alvamar head pro Randy Towner, left, takes a free drop on the 15th hole after his second shot went behind a man-made obstruction. Towner carded a 6 on the par-4 hole as part of his round of 84 Thursday.
Randy Towner watches his tee shot on No. 4 at Whistling Straits, the U.S. Senior Open course built along the Lake Michigan coastline in Haven, Wis. Towner shot a 12-over-par 84 Thursday.
Randy towner watches his shot at the Alvamar practice range. Towner hopes to make the cut at the U.S. Senior Open this week. The top 60 play on from the field of 156.
Alvamar country club pro randy towner putts at the practice greens. Towner qualified for this week's U.S. Senior Open by winning a tournament June 14 in Kansas City, Mo.