PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 1, 2015) - Rhein Gibson entered the Web.com Tour Championship this week wanting a good finish to ensure his earning a PGA Tour card for 2016. Through one round, results look promising for the Oklahoma Christian Athletic Hall of Famer.
Gibson recorded e...[more]
Former Oklahoma Sooner Charlie Saxon and Draegen Majors combined to shoot 9-under par 64-69 and win the annual Oak Tree National Invitational Pro Scratch by a shot over the team of Bill Allcorn and Charlie Crouse, who shot 70-64.
Oak Tree Gang members Bob Tway, Scott Verpl...[more]
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Randal Lewis, 58, of Alma, Mich., the stroke-play medalist, captured a pair of matches on Tuesday to earn a berth in the quarterfinal round of the 2015 U.S. Senior Amateur Championship at the par-71, 6,864-yard Hidden Creek Golf Club.
Mike Hughett of Owa...[more]
‣ Horner leads Savage Storm to Texoma Championship, RSU fourth - KINGSTON, Okla. - Mason Horner fired a final round 69 rally from four-stroke deficit to win the individual . [more]
‣ ORU finishes fourth in bunched Shootout, OCU and OC are 12-13 - TULSA, Okla. - In one of the closets team races in the event's history, the Oral Roberts women's golf team fin. [more]
‣ Woodward wins fourth section Senior Championship - Jim Woodward of Oklahoma City won his fourth PGA South Central Section Senior Championship, pulling away with rounds of 66-70 at . [more]
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