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- Woody joins us to discuss Rahm’s breakthrough at Torrey!!
- Which current one-time major champion will finish their career with the most majors?
- Colby’s glowing review of Prairie Dunes
- Olympic Teams announced
- FULL TRAVELERS PREVIEW
- Draftkings, One and Done, Best Bets
- Women’s PGA Championship
- MUCH MORE!!
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Around the State
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Oklahoma City University’s Rachel Eckert, Natalie Gough and McKenzie McCoy landed NAIA women’s golf all-American honors.
- 20 PGA Professionals qualify for PGA Championship, Friday finishes tied for 55th in 312-pro field
- Friday leads locals in PGA Professional Championship first round
- Fleming, Osburn win Section Players Series in Wichita
- Graves edges Garner in SCPGA TaylorMade Players Championship
- Rommann, Glenn win TaylorMade Stroke Play Series event in Wichita
Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame
The Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame executive board has announced that Meghan Charles of Sand Springs and Tres Hill of
- Yuka Saso continues eye-opening trend of players making their first LPGA title a major
- Stacy Lewis, Duke basketball coach Kara Lawson deliver empowering message at KPMG Women's Leadership Summit
- Photos: Travelers Championship 2021 at TPC River Highlands
- Defending Bridgestone champion Jerry Kelly riding high after wobbly driver woes rectified
- Dustin Johnson ready to defend Travelers title with a new title, world No. 2
- 'The Amy and Adam Show:' Kordas, Inbee, Brooke discuss KPMG Women's PGA
- Brooks Koepka reveals the origin of the Brooks-Bryson beef, per his view
- After stumbling at U.S. Women's Open, Lexi Thompson ready to resume major run
- Garrick Higgo has a special relationship with fellow South African legend