Mikish leads WOGA Stroke Play Championship at Dornick Hills

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ARDMORE – Former Oklahoma City University golfer Anna Mikish of Choctaw shot an opening round 76 to take a three-shot lead

in the first round of the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association Stroke Play Championship at Dornick Hills.
Mikish leads former teammate and current OCU golfer Melissa Eldredge, Brinn Fariss of Edmond and Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame inductee Lee Ann Fairlie, who each shot 79. The tournament concludes with 18 holes today.
WOGA Stroke Play Championship
Dornick Hills Country Club
First-round scores
Anna Mikish, Choctaw – 76
Melissa Eldredge, Lake Eufala – 79
Brinn Fariss, Edmond – 79
Lee Ann Fairlie, Tulsa – 79
Adeline Norton, Ardmore – 81
Lexi Armon, Owasso – 82
Bailey Blake, Edmond – 88
Hallie Schultz, Ardmore – 89


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