Two former Cowboys inducted in Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State golf program was well represented in the inaugural class of the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame, which held its reception Sunday night at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Two-time All-American Bob Dickson and eight-time national championship coach Mike Holder highlighted the six-member class inducted into the newly created Hall of Fame that will merge with the Oklahoma Women’s Golf Hall of Fame.

“I look at it as an honor not for Mike Holder, but for Oklahoma State University golf,” the OSU athletics director said. “… It’s a big deal being a part of the inaugural class, but I don’t know if I really belong in it. I know I don’t as a player, but as I said, it’s not me as a golfer, it’s about our golf program.

Read more at the Stillwater News Press here.

 

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