Wallace jumps into lead with 64 at OGA Stroke Play Championship

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Lane Wallace fired a 6-under 64 to surge into the lead after two rounds of the Oklahoma Golf Association Stroke Play Championship at Dornick Hills in Ardmore Tuesday.

Wallace, a former University of Oklahoma golfer and current Oral Roberts team member from Yukon, has a four-shot lead over Matthew Braley of Broken Arrow and first-round leader William McDonald of Oklahoma City. Braley, who was named All Western Athletic Conference second team this year for Grand Canyon State, shot 5-under 65 to leap into a tie with McDonald, who followed up an opening 65 with a round of 1-over 71.

Lurking five shots back are Edmond golfers Jaxon Dowell of OU and Jordan Wilson of Oklahoma State. Dowell shot 67 Tuesday after an opening 70 and Wilson has shot 69-68.

Wallace won the OGA Junior Amateur in 2016, while Braley and Dowell both claimed state high school championships in 2018, Braley winning Class 5A and Dowell winning Class 3A, a feat he repeated in 2019. McDonald, who will play for Cincinnati in the fall, finished second, second and fourth in Class 4A from 2017-19.

The field was cut to the low 30 and ties for the final round Wednesday.

Oklahoma Golf Association
Stroke Play Championship
June 20-22, 2022
Dornick Hills Country Club
Round 2 Results
(cut to low 30 and ties)

Lane Wallace, Yukon – 68-64–132
Matthew Braley, Broken Arrow – 71-65–136
William McDonald, Oklahoma City – 65-71–136
Jaxon Dowell, Edmond – 70-67–137
Jordan Wilson, Edmond – 69-68–137
Craig Sanders, Edmond – 71-67–138
Dustin Wigington, Oklahoma City – 68-72–140
Mesa Falleur, Muskogee – 70-71–141
Luke Phillips, Edmond – 70-71–141
Connor Wilson, Edmond – 71-70–141
Charlie Jackson, Norman – 70-72–142
Saxon Ross, Ardmore – 69-73–142
Harley Abrams, Tulsa – 72-71–143
Jesse Pennington, Oklahoma City – 70-73–143
James Roller, Jenks – 70-73–143
Kaden Armstrong, Coweta – 71-73–144
Parker Rose, Stigler – 71-73–144
Leonardo Ruggieri, Oklahoma City – 72-72–144
Eric Schuessler, Stillwater – 74-70–144
Jared Strathe, Owasso – 71-73–144
Carson Wright, Norman – 75-69–144
JR Hurley, Norman – 69-76–145
Joseph Lewis, Oklahoma City – 73-72–145
Jax Brewer, Washington – 73-73–146
Luke Morgan, Guthrie – 75-71–146
Jake Bay, Shattuck – 72-75–147
Brian Birchell, Oklahoma City – 74-73–147
Trey Payne, Ardmore – 71-76–147
Dillon Jordan, Ardmore – 72-76–148
Cole Luber, Yukon – 73-75–148
Bryce Newton, Edmond – 77-71–148
Cole Stephenson, Tulsa – 76-72–148
Zander Tway, Tuttle – 76-72–148
Matthew Wellman, Edmond – 74-74–148
———Failed to Qualify———-
Bosten Benn, Edmond – 73-76–149
Collin Bond, Norman – 76-73–149
Matthew Smith, Oklahoma City – 74-75–149
Chandler Wasson, Broken Arrow – 75-74–149
Brodey Claborn, Bethany – 77-73–150
Leyton Kyle, Norman – 76-74–150
Daniel Langley, Shawnee – 73-77–150
Matthew O’Steen, Kingston – 75-75–150
Jeremy Tandoy, Broken Arrow – 75-75–150
Bo Bowling, Blackwell – 77-74–151
Conner Boydston, Randlett – 76-75–151
Delbert Brooks, Tulsa – 74-77–151
Joel Driver, Oklahoma City – 75-76–151
Tres Hill, Elk City – 75-76–151
Karsten Majors, Edmond – 77-74–151
Ryan Bell, Norman – 76-76–152
Baylor Bostick, Duncan – 72-80–152
Phillip Bryan, Mustang – 78-75–153
Tyler Cornwell, Jenks – 79-74–153
Dominic Stevens, Crescent – 78-75–153
Bryson Terry, Poteau – 76-77–153
Patrick Vahabzadegan, Oklahoma City – 80-73–153
Dalton Criner , Ponca City – 77-77–154
TJ Eckert, Glenpool – 77-78–155
Andy Proctor, Kiefer – 78-77–155
Hunter Baumann, Edmond – 75-81–156
Zane Heusel, Edmond – 78-78–156
Taton Hopkins, Bartlesville – 78-78–156
Sajan Patel, Tulsa – 77-79–156
Ryon Fields, Norman – 77-80–157
Max Garza, Tarpley – 73-84–157
Jamen Parsons, Tulsa – 80-77–157
Travis Poole, Elk City – 78-79–157
Carson Stookey, Claremore – 76-81–157
Ben Thionnet, Edmond – 78-81–159
Luke Woods, Oklahoma City – 78-81–159
Evan Gentry, Edmond – 86-74–160
Gavin Watson, Norman – 84-76–160
Davis Woodliff, Tulsa – 84-77–161
Bo Robbins, Guthrie – 82-80–162
Paxton Sparks, Tulsa – 84-78–162
Dylan Allen, Oklahoma City – 79-84–163
Brady Wicker, Ponca City – 85-78–163
Conner Compton, Oklahoma City – 85-79–164
Bliss Newton, Healdton – 77-87–164
Brody Newton, Healdton – 85-79–164
Jack Gero, Tulsa – 87-78–165
John Reese, Norman – 82-87–169
Evan Gwin, Chandler – 84-86–170
Travis Summers, Oklahoma City – 87-83–170
Kolt Byerly, Yukon – 88-84–172
Weston Lacy, Stillwater – 85-88–173
Jagger Beesley, Norman – 93-NS–NS
Parker Payne, Norman – 85-WD–WD

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