Former University of Tulsa golfer Rob Laird holds a one-shot lead over former Southern Methodist rival Draegen Majors going into the final round of the Oklahoma Golf Association Mid-Amateur Championship at The Club at Indian Hills in Broken Arrow.
Laird shot a 5-under 67...[more]
Austin Hannah shot rounds of 71-67 for a 6-under total of 138 to win the championship flight of the Tulsa Golf Association Stroke Play Championship at Battle Creek Golf Course in Broken Arrow.
Hannah was six shots clear of four golfers who tied for second, Taylor Lansford, Mike Gotcher, B...[more]
For the most part Sunday afternoon at the LPGA's NW Arkansas Championship, it looked like hometown favorite and defending champion Stacy Lewis would take the title. Judging from the roars, it would be just fine with the crowd.
Even Na Yeon Choi didn't see her ninth...[more]
‣ Gibson bounces back with third-place Web.com showing in Wichita - WICHITA, Kan. (June 28, 2015) - After a long stretch of disappointing outings on the Web.com Tour, Oklahoma Christ. [more]
‣ ORU's Acosta named Summit League Golfer of the Year - ELMHURST, Ill. - Oral Roberts women's golfer Alejandra Acosta has been named The Summit League Women's Golfer of the Year in a. [more]
‣ OU's Gellerman, Hirschman Earn All-America Honors - NORMAN, Okla. -- University of Oklahoma mens golfers Michael Gellerman and Grant Hirschman have been honored as 2015 Division I . [more]
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