Rain forces Oklahoma Open to postpone round, shorten event

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Rain and thunderstorms forced postponement of the second round of the Oklahoma Open today at Oak Tree Country Club. Play will resume at 9:40 a.m. Saturday and the tournament will be shortened to 36 holes.

There will be no repairing of the players. Leader Max McGreevy, who tied the course record with a 61 Thursday, will tee off at 1:20 on hole No. 10. A complete list of tee times with first-round scores can be found here.

Close to two inches of rain fell in Edmond. The last group tee off was at 9:30. a.m.


 

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