Oklahoma State Wins at Pebble Beach
Not one, not two ...— Oklahoma State Golf (@OSUCowboyGolf) September 4, 2017
2015 Carmel Cup
2016 Carmel Cup
2017 Carmel Cup #okstate #golfschool pic.twitter.com/ok2vKKGciT
The Oklahoma State Cowboys golf team won its third consecutive Carmel Cup at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Cowboy Junior, Hayden Wood, finished second for the individual award after losing to Texas Tech’s Hurly Long in a two-man playoff.
The top-ranked Cowboys fired a 340 during their third round to finish at 1,028, 52-under par, and 14 shots ahead of Texas Tech. Oklahoma was third at the par-72, 6,828-yard layout with a 1,047 total.
OSU entered the day with a three-shot cushion before having all six players in the starting lineup post a closing score in the 60s en route to a 20-under final round.
52-under par. Incredible.
We are going to have some fun this year, that’s for sure.
Coach Alan Bratton has done a great job showing why Oklahoma State is THE #GolfSchool.
Peter Uihlein Receives PGA Tour Card
"This is the first year I've played and really, really, really wanted it."— Web.com Tour (@WebDotComTour) September 3, 2017
Mission accomplished, @PeterUihlein.
You're headed to @PGATOUR! pic.twitter.com/tAXMoVEiC7
Oklahoma State Alumni, Peter Uihlein, has been on a mission this year.
“Yeah, I think this is the first year I’ve felt like I really, really, really wanted it.”
“It” being a PGA Tour card, in which he secured after winning the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship. Uihlein went into his final round behind Ryan Armour by four shots, but ended up on top, winning by a single stroke.
Uihlein talks about the unique opportunity that the Web Tour offers:
For global players, the #WebTour Finals present a unique opportunity.@PeterUihlein took advantage of that opportunity @NCHC_Golf. pic.twitter.com/bsueZdI48l— Web.com Tour (@WebDotComTour) September 4, 2017
Rickie Enters Final Round of Dell Technologies Championship T-11 (-7)
PGATOUR: Don't forget about RickieFowler.— Wayne Willmore™ (@Crazy_Willows) September 3, 2017
He's back inside the top 10! #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/kiJ63SoSB3 #PGATour
Rickie Fowler, or RICKIE BABY THE PRINCE, SOON TO BE THE KING, as I like to call him teed off at 11:50 a.m. CST today in the final round of the Dell Technologies Championship. He will play with Pat Perez as they both sit tied for 11th at (-7). Rickie will be looking up the scoreboard at his buddies, Jordan Spieth (-10) and Justin Thomas (-12), and he’ll even be looking up at his mentor, Phil Mickelson (-8).
Fowler has a had a solid tournament, shooting 69, 71 and a 66. He’ll need to shoot in the mid-low sixties today if he wants to propel himself near the top of the leaderboard.