Cheung, Threet share first-round lead at Oklahoma Stroke Play
AFTON, Okla. (August 4, 2014) — After one round of play at the Oklahoma Stroke Play Championship, Matthew Chung and Kacey Threets narrowly hold a one-stroke lead over a heavy pack of competitors, including PGA TOUR player Scott Verplank's son, Scott.

Both Cheung and Threet shot rounds of 68 on Monday at Shangri La Resort, while Verplank is in solo third place with a 69.

Cheung and Verplank are teammates at Oklahoma City, which is one of the top NAIA golf schools in the nation.

ABOUT THE Oklahoma Stroke Play

Open to amateurs who are residents of Oklahoma, or full time students of an Oklahoma College or University. Participants must be a member of the OGA. Format is 54 Holes of stroke play. There will be a cut to the low 30 and ties after 36 Holes of stroke play.

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