Colton Staggs wins Oklahoma Stroke Play
Colton Staggs
Colton Staggs

MONKEY ISLAND, Okla. (August 6, 2014) — Second-round leader and Tulsa, Okla. native Colton Staggs maintained his steady play at the Oklahoma Stroke Play Championship, winning the event with a final-round 71 on Wednesday.

Shooting rounds of 70-69-71, Staggs, who will be a senior this fall at The University of Tulsa, was the only player in the field to shoot three consecutive rounds under par. He fended off a late-round charge from Oklahoma City University sophomore Garrison Mendoza, who shot 69 on Wednesday to finish a stroke behind Staggs in a tie for second place.

Also tying for second was first-round co-leader Matthew Cheung — a teammate of Mendoza's at OKCU.

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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