Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland open as favorites to win QBE Shootout
The dynamic duo from Oklahoma State are fan favorites in the 12 team event.
Viktor Hovland-Matthew Wolff (+600)
The two combine for just 42 years of age, making them younger than several of the individual golfers in this event. Hovland is expected to be a top contender for PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, while Wolff came up just short of the award last year.
Hovland, 22, placed solo fourth at last season’s Wyndham Championship for the best result of his young career. He’s ranked 96th by the Official World Golf Ranking, while Wolff, who got his first career win at the 3M Open last summer, is 117th in the world. Their odds are lower as fan favorites, but the youngsters have the length and putting, and the motivation for the early-career win in an uninspired field. Golfweek
Tony Allen appears on Doug Gottleib’s All Ball podcast
The 2004 Big 12 Player of the Year got together with another former OSU standout and shared some fascinating stories.
I told stories I’ve never told on this one - High School, JUCO, etc..— Tony Allen (@aa000G9) December 12, 2019
All Ball podcast with Doug Gottlieb ( @GottliebShow ) — Hour + long convo. My journey was impossible. Buckle up!
Chris Harris does what it takes to win
The freshman from South Garland, Texas has been a spark plug for the Pokes’ basketball team
"I'm trying to be a spark immediately ... It's all coming together."— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) December 12, 2019
Whether he's starting or coming off the bench @chrisharris_2 is just trying to do what it takes to win. #LetsWork I #GoPokes pic.twitter.com/Zozbjm6SmA
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This one if for you Chuba, better put some respect on his name!