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OU-NHS connection still strong
The Norman High-OU connection is going strong....
Former OSU stars make splash at junior day event
EDMOND — Junior Day at the 2014 U.S. Senior Open was a pretty cool experience for J.D., 6, and Ceyona, 9. They got to sit with their dad Brandon Douglas near the Oak Tree National Driving Range, where Oak Tree National member and ...
Verplank likes his chances
EDMOND — As Scott Verplank sat at Tuesday’s press conference for the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National, he wasn’t even eligible for the tournament....
Neal happy with his new job
When Michael Neal was a lethal shooter at Oklahoma several years ago, there was no hesitation in his game. It’s a trait that he brought to the sidelines when he became an assistant in Norman High’s boys’ program two years ago....
Ardmore golfers go low at The Trails
The South Central Section PGA Junior Tour made its way to The Trails Golf Club on Monday and it was a couple of Ardmore talents that shined brightest....
Veteran players scout Oak Tree National
EDMOND — Monday was the first day for official practice rounds of the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National. Competition kicks off Thursday for 156 golfers, age 50 and older, with the final round slated for Sunday....
Dodd claims Westwood Championship Flight
The week leading up to the Westwood Invitational was not one of the better ones for Derek Dodd. The pro golfer had missed two straight cuts on the Adams Tour and was feeling down about his prospects. A phone call as he was pulling into the ...
Total success, if success can be measured in fun
How to judge the success of the 39th annual OklahomaTickets.com Westwood Invitational? Well, you could go with the almost 150 golfers who played this time around. It’s not the tournament’s high-water mark, but it’s up there and several ...
Shaping up for a strong finish
Travis Keeley and Jett Johnson’s approach to the 39th annual OklahomaTickets.com Westwood Invitational is simple. The friends are out to play together and push each other on the golf course, but more than anything they’re out to enjoy the ...
Nothing to prove, just back on the scene
The last time we saw Will Saxon at the top of the sports section, he’d just played his last game of basketball at Norman High. He’d helped lead an overachieving bunch of Tigers to within an eyelash of the 2011 state tournament....
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