Good week for Oklahomans on Web.com and Adams tours

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Photo: Chris Worrell of Jenks.

It was another solid weekend for young professionals with Oklahoma ties looking to work their way onto the PGA Tour.

On the Web.com Tour, the BMW Charity Pro-Am in Greer, S.C., was washed out after the third round with former University of Oklahoma player Abraham Ancer in 11th place at 13-under par and Edmond native Taylor Moore in 17th place at 11-under.

Also making the cut were Enid native Chris Worrell of Jenks, tied for 34th at 10-under; Edmond resident Rhein Gibson, tied for 44th at 9-under and Talor Gooch of Midwest City, tied for 57th at 8-under.

At the Gateway Buick GMC Classic on the Adams Tour, former University of Tulsa golfer Stephen Carney tied for fourth at 18-under. Also in the top 20 this week were Cameron Meyers and Will Kropp of Edmond, tied for 13th at 13-under, and Trent Whitekiller of Sallisaw, tied for 20th at 11-under.

Former UCO golfer Josh Creel, former OU golfer Hunter Sparks and former Oklahoma State golfer Ed Loar along with Hunter Sparks of Oklahoma City were in a tie for 24th at 10-under. Dillon Rust of Edmond finished 34th, while former TU golfer Logan McCracken was tied for 36th.

Complete results are here.

As for Oklahomans on the PGA Tour, Kevin Tway continued to perform well, tying for 20th at 4-under in the AT&T Byron Nelson. Robert Streb of Edmond and former Tulsan Tag Ridings missed the cut.

 

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