Pro Roundup: Cummins impressive on KFT; Phillips in hunt at PGA Frisco; Bedlam duo 11th in New Orleans

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Former Oklahoma Sooner and Weatherford native Quade Cummins of Edmond shot 23-under to finish fifth in the Korn Ferry Tour’s Veritex Bank Championship at Cowboys Golf Club Sunday in Arlington, Texas.

Cummins moved up to 12th on the KFT points list with the top 25 earning PGA Tour cards for 2025.

Also with a top-10 finish this week was Zach Bauchou, ninth at 21-under.

Tied for 22nd at 18-under were Tulsa native Brendon Jelley and Edmond native Max McGreevy. See complete results here.

The Korn Ferry Tour will be back in Oklahoma June 17-23 with the Compliance Solutions Championship at Jimmie Austin OU Golf Course in Norman.

Phillips lead local contingent in PGA Professional Championship

Tracy Phillips of Tulsa shot an even-par 72 and was in a tie for 25th place following the first round of the 2024 PGA Professional Championship at Fields Ranch at PGA Frisco in Frisco, Texas. Follow live scoring here.

Also from Oklahoma, Jett Johnson of Oklahoma City was tied for 48th after a 73, Austin Peters of Duncan was tied for 189th and needed to complete his first round today, Cameron Chhim, assistant at Southern Hills Country Club, shot 75 while  Tim Fleming of Oklahoma City shot 78.

Wyatt Worthington II —a PGA Golf Manufacturer Sales Representative at Eastside Golf— registered a nearly-flawless 7-under-par 65 on the West course to take a three-shot lead.
Devin Gee (Oakmont, Pa.) and Hayes Farley (Ponte Vedra, Fla.) are three shots back at T-2 after both shot 4-under-par 68 at Fields Ranch West. Kyle Mendoza (Oceanside, Calif.) and John Somers (Trinity, Fla.) are four shots off the lead at 3-under-par 69. Ben Willman (The Woodlands, Texas) is also T-4 at 3-under through 13 holes.
Inclement weather caused a four-hour delay to the start of Sunday’s opening round, and round one play was later suspended due to darkness at 8:04 p.m. As a result, round one will resume tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. Round two starting times will then begin approximately three hours and 20 minutes later than originally scheduled.
Bedlam duo does well at Zurich Classic in New Orleans

Oak Tree National members Austin Eckroat, an Oklahoma State grad, and Chris Gotterup, who finished his collegiate career at the University of Oklahoma, combined to shoot 20-under par and finish tied for 11th in the Zurich Classic in New Orleans this weekend.

Former Edmond North and Oklahoma State golfer Kevin Tway and his partner Kelly Kraft also tied for 11th. The event was won by Irishmen Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry in a playoff at 25-under.


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