Sadeghy outplays field at TCC for WOGA Stroke Play championship

After not getting much playing time late in the spring for Oklahoma State , Edmond’s Alexis Sadeghy was ready to compete when the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association Stroke Play Championship teed off Monday at Tulsa Country Club.

Sadeghy fired a 1-under par 70 in Tuesday’s second round after a 1-over 72 Monday to claim the championship by three shots over Nadia Majidizadeh of Tulsa, who shot 3-over 74 despite an ace on the 117-yard par-3 17th hole.

“This meant a lot to me,” Sadeghy said. “I haven’t won a tournament in a while and it feels really good.”

Sadeghy made two birdies and just one bogey Tuesday, after four birdies and five bogeys Monday.

Sadeghy played in several events for OSU in her sophomore year and recorded top 20 finishes in the Sooner Schooner in the fall and at SMU in the spring. OSU returns all five starters so Sadeghy will be working to improve enough to play full-time. She said she has been paying particular attention to her putting and it showed.

Majidizadeh added some excitement to the round with her ace on 17, but the first-round co-leader and University of Tulsa junior couldn’t overcome a 4-over front nine and finished at 3-over 145, a shot ahead of Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame member LeeAnn Fairlie, who shot 72-74 for a 4-over 146.

Emily Folsom of Oklahoma City, Grace Shin of Tulsa and Anna Mikish of Choctaw tied for50. fourth at 8-over 1

2016 WOGA STROKE PLAY MID AM CHAMPIONSHIP
TULSA COUNTRY CLUB, TULSA

FINAL RESULTS

STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP

Alexis Sadeghy, Edmond  72-70–142
Nadia Majidizadeh, Tulsa  71-74–145
LeeAnn Fairlie, Oklahoma City 72-74–146
Emily Folsom, Oklahoma City 77-73–150
Grace Shin, Tulsa,75-75–150
Anna Brooke Mikish, Choctaw 75-75-150
Kailey Jo Campbell, Bixby 71-80–151
Savannah Ann Moody, Choctaw 78-73–151
McCandren Mack, Stillwater  75-77–152
Christina Maria Boone, Choctaw   80-73–153
Caroline Goodin, Oklahoma City 73-81–154
Mackenzie Medders, Tulsa 78-76–154
Baylee Price, Broken Arrow 76-78–154
Janet Miller, Catoosa 76-80–156
Kathy West, Tulsa 78-79–157
Raegan Barnes, Choctaw 82-75–157
Christy Hannah, Jenks  80-77–157
Leigh Ann Fore, Tulsa 83-75–158
Shannen Stewart, Broken Arrow 80-79–159
Jill Johnson, Tulsa 80-80–160
Lexi Armon, Owasso 82-82–164
Emma Allen, Broken Arrow 84-80–164
Marna Raburn, Bixby 86-79–165
Rachel I Hanigan, Edmond  86-81–167
Jennifer E Hays, Edmond 80-89–169
Julia Dierker, Bixby  87-82–169
Kadrian Alyse Shelton, Fort Gibson  90-85–175
Connie Cope, Tulsa 87-92–179
Teresa DeLarzelere, Broken Arrow 92-91–183
Brooklyn Brenae Bartling, Duncan 95-95–190
Laurie Makes Cry, Yukon 90-WD-WD
Anna Kim, Broken Arrow 76-WD-WD

MID-AM CHAMPIONSHIP

LeeAnn Fairlie, OKC 72-74-146
Janet Miller, Catoosa 76-80-156
Kathy West, Tulsa 78-79-157
Christy Hannah, Jenks 80-77-157
Leigh Ann Fore, Tulsa 83-75-158
Jill Johsnson, Tulsa 80-80-160
Marna Raburn, Bixby 86-79-165
Rachel Hanigan, Edmond 86-81-167
Jennifer Hays, Edmond 80-89-169
Connie Cope, Tulsa 87-92-179
Teresa DeLarzelere, Broken Arrow 92-91-183
Laurie Makescry, Yukon WD

MID-AM A, B, C FLIGHTS

Linda Ballard, Afton 81-84–165
Megan Moore, Norman 84-83–167
Cindy Arnold, Oklahoma City 88-85–173
Nan Dyer, Healdton 88-87–175
Cherie Rich, Oklahoma City 88-90–178
Connie Kelsey, Broken Arrow 87-91–178
Linda Cohlmia, Tulsa 91-88–179
Marilyn Buland, Tulsa 93-89–182
Kaye Pickering, Tulsa 91-92–183
Diane Schmidt, Bixby 90-94–184
Coleen Hazelwood, Broken Arrow 95-90–185
Patti McKinnon, Oklahoma City 95-92–187
Felicia G Nelson, Bartlesville 95-92–187
Rita Andersen, Tulsa 97-93–190
Beckie Yarger, Tulsa 95-95–190
Diane Wheat, Oklahoma City 93-98–191
LaDonna Zeiders, Edmond 96-97–193
Cheryl Duff, Hobart 89-104–193
LuAnn Mizener, Tulsa 100-95–195
Becky A Masoner, Sand Springs 98-101–199
Andrea Lewis, Owasso 107-96–203
Sue Meiler, Barnsdall 102-101–203
Glenda Radigonda, Edmond 103-101–204
Kay Graves, Morrison 114-110–224
Shirley C Cooper, Walters 124-109–233
Maria Coleman, Tulsa 113-124–237
Misty Greeson, Bartlesville 114-WD–WD
Diane Doornbos, Bartlesville 93-WD–WD

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