Reeder runs away with Masters Pro Invitational at Oak Tree National
Not many golf clubs can put together a 23-man field like this one for its members who were not invited to The Masters. At Oak Tree National in Edmond, there are many professional golfers who really were disappointed not to be playing at Augusta National.
Sam Stevens is one great example. The PGA Tour rookie finished tied for third and second by a shot the past two weeks on the PGA Tour. On two brutally windy and cool days at OTN, he finished second again, shooting 75-72 to finish tied with Max McGreevy, six shots behind Tyson Reeder, the only one in the field to finish under par with rounds of 70-71 to win the 2023 Masters Pro Invitational.
Others in the field with PGA Tour or Korn Ferry Tour status included Michael Gellerman (KFT), Austin Eckroat (PGA Tour), Quade Cummins (KFT), Rhein Gibson (KFT), Logan McAllister (KFT) and Josh Creel (KFT).
Reeder, an Edmond native who played at both Oklahoma State and Arkansas, was coming off a tie for sixth in the Coushatta Casino Open on the All Pro Tour, where he competes regularly.