Chase Hanna (Pro Golfer)

Chase Hanna is a professional golfer on the DP World Tour. He earned promotion to the DP World Tour after finishing 13th on the Challenge Tour's season-long Road to Mallorca Rankings in 2021.

Chase has played all over the world, from Europe to Latin America to Asia and the United States. Chase turned pro after graduating from the University of Kansas in 2017, where he played collegiate golf and was the 2017 Big 12 Conference individual champion. He earned Academic All-Big 12 first-team selection in 2017, 2016, and 2015 and was a member of the Academic All- Big 12 Rookie Team in 2014.

When not traveling the world, Chase enjoys spending time with family and friends in Kansas City and cheering on the Chiefs, Royals, and Jayhawks

Andy Spencer (Pro Golfer)

Andy Spencer is a professional golfer on the Korn Ferry Tour and the PGA Tour Latinoamerica. Born in Prairie Village, Kansas, Andy attended high school at Shawnee Mission East, where he won the 2015 Kansas Class 6A State Championship.

Andy attended the University of Kansas, where he was a two-time winner of the Tom Watson Challenge, as well as receiving many other accolades.

His professional highlights include turning pro in 2020 and competing in the DP World Tour and Korn Ferry Tour.

Luke Kluver (College Golfer)

Luke Kluver is a collegiate golfer from Norfolk, Nebraska. Luke was named the Nebraska Junior Golfer of the Year two years running and also won two Class A state titles. He broke his own Nebraska state record for the lowest score in a round.

Starting at the University of Kansas, Luke was named one of Golfweek’s “Top- 10 Freshmen to Watch.” As a Freshman, he earned a sponsor exemption into the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic. As a Sophomore, he led the team with a scoring average of 69.00.Currently at the University of Oklahoma, Luke has posted a scoring average of 72.78 with two rounds in the 60s.

Jason Sterner (Pro Bowler)

A member of the Professional Bowlers Association since 2006, Sterner has won three PBA national titles and a dozen regional titles. In 2022, he came in second at the World Championships, and this season had a great showing, coming in 5th at the PBA Tournament of Champions. He was the PBA King of the Lanes at the conclusion of the 2021 PBA King of the Lanes Series, defeating PBA Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III and Tom Daugherty.

In 2019, he captured the Flobowling PBA Illinois Open title. Sterner has competed internationally as well and shares his love of the sport through camps and clinics conducted both domestically and abroad.

He is also the assistant bowling coach of William Smith College in Geneva NY.

Heather Sterner (Pro Bowler)

Heather Sterner is a professional bowler on the PWBA tour as well as the head women’s bowling coach of the William Smith College Herons. She was a collegiate All-American for Robert Morris University prior to her debut in the coaching field, which began at the University of Central Missouri as the assistant coach during her time completing a Master’s degree in Kinesiology.

Sterner has posted her best performances in her hometown, finishing second in the 2015 Rochester USBC Queens Championship and third in the 2020 Rochester USBC Queens Championship. She has bowled two perfect games in her career.

Off the lanes, Heather is also a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Licensed Massage Therapist, Pain Free Performance Specialist, and Precision Nutrition Coach. She spent the last ten years working with high school, college, and professional athletes in various settings to excel in their sports. She also spent some time working for a company in the UK helping women across the globe with their fitness goals.

Davis Cooper (Pro Golfer)

Davis Cooper is a collegiate golfer from Overland Park, Kansas. He attended Blue Valley North High School, where he posted a 71.9 scoring average and set the school record for the lowest score in a round. Davis also won the Kenneth Smith Award as the top high school golfer in the KC Metro area.

Davis is a senior at the University of Kansas. As a freshman, he was named a member of the Big 12 Academic All-Rookie team. As a junior, Davis earned recognition as a 2023 GCAA All-American Scholar. He finished T4 with a six- under score at the Gopher Invitational.