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OCS teammates Cowan to Sooners, Polhill to K-State; Hughes chooses Nebraska, Stanton to Illinois Springfield

By Ken MacLeod, staff and wire reports

Ryder Cowan and Bryant Polhill, teammates at Oklahoma Christian School and junior golf rivals, became two of the first Division I golf signees of the early signing period Wednesday when they accepted offers from Oklahoma and Kansas State, respectively.

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Bratton signs decorated trio to bolster Cowboys

STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State’s men’s golf program enhanced its roster with a trio of highly-decorated prep standouts as Johnnie Clark, Gaven Lane and Preston Stout all signed National Letters of Intent and will join the Cowboys next season.

“This class is a great combination of talent, athleticism, experience and upside. We could not be more excited to have these three join our program. They will make an immediate impact and can be leaders for us for years to come,” OSU head coach Alan Bratton said.

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Chaney, two freshmen to join Sooners

NORMAN — University of Oklahoma head women’s golf coach Veronique Drouin-Luttrell announced the signing of one transfer and two incoming freshman during the early signing period on Thursday.

The Sooners welcome Emily (Tengteng) Hun, Reagan Chaney and Holly McLean to Norman.

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From Frankfurt to Weatherford to Tulsa, Weck becomes invested in Oklahoma

By Ken MacLeod

A look at the rosters of many of the Division II and NAIA golf teams in Oklahoma, not to mention Division I power Oklahoma State, shows a wealth of gifted golfers who have come from around the world to improve their games and gain an education in Oklahoma towns large, medium and “charming.”

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Front nine at Idabel Country Club “demolished” by F-4 tornado

By Ken MacLeod

The front nine of Idabel Country Club could be closed for up to a year after taking a direct hit from the F-4 tornado that roared through the southeastern Oklahoma town of 7,000 residents Friday evening, damaging or destroying at least 185 buildings and leaving dozens of residents homeless.

Lee Ardwin, course superintendent who has worked in various maintenance capacities at the course for over 20 years, said that at least 700 trees were toppled or ripped apart as the tornado advanced through the course. The clubhouse was impacted but not directly as were the cart barns.

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Left to right, PGA of America Secretay, Don Rea Jr., Waco Blakley and Chris Nowak at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/PGA of America)
Oklahoma veterans Blakley, Check use golf to inspire, uplift other vets as ambassadors of PGA Hope

By Murray Evans

In his day job as a chaplain at the Eastern Oklahoma VA Medical Center in Muskogee and the Tulsa Behavioral Medicine Clinic, Carter Check constantly seeks out ways to “foster resiliency and create meaning” for U.S. military veterans whose isolation might otherwise lead to thoughts of suicide.

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This week’s shows:

Wednesday, November 9
Mickey Tettleton Interview!!! Houston Open Preview!

Full Cadence Bank Houston Open Preview! Story Time with Woody! Tiger Commits to Hero! Tiger Wins PIP! Reason Why Gooch is Switching Teams! 2x MLB All Star, Mickey Tettleton, Joins Us for an Interview! MUCH MORE!

Tuesday, November 8
Henley Wins Mayakoba!! KFT Q-School!!

Russell Henley Wins Mayakoba! Scottie Gets Hot! Harman Mr. Consistent! Tiger Talk! KFT Q-School Results! (Local Names!) Bubba's Comments. Rory's Comments. Validity to LIV Rumors? Rose Zhang is Next Up! MUCH MORE!!


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Don't miss this upcoming event
Austin’s Change for Children Golf Tournament on November 21

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