Cummins Wins KGA Player of the Year Award

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Former Kansas State men's golfer Tyler Cummins was recently named the Kansas Golf Association (KGA) Player of the Year for his play during the 2006 season.

Cummins took home two tournament titles on the year, winning the Kansas Public Links Championship, as well as the Father/Son Championship with his father, Ross Cummins. He also advanced to the quarterfinals of the Kansas Amateur, as well as the Fourball Championship with current Wildcat golfer Jay Kramer.

Cummins, who will graduate from Kansas State in December with a degree in social sciences, will begin an internship for the Kansas Golf Association in February.

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