Oklahoma Open: Jamie Voegeli claims low-am honors
Jamie Voegeli (Golf Oklahoma)
Plenty of professionals and amateurs alike descended on Oak Tree National in Edmond, Oklahoma, the sight of the 2014 U.S. Senior Open.
With a stacked group of pros making it tough on the amateurs, Jamie Voegeli was able to take low-am honors en route to a T-14, 6-under finish.
Andrew Hudson of Ft. Worth took the crown south of the Red River as he posted rounds of 67-63-67 for a one-shot victory over Jamey Taylor and Hayden Wood who both finished at 12-under-par.
Former Oklahoma State Cowboy Zach Bauchou finished T-4 at 11-under and former PGA Tour winner Robert Streb grabbed a T-10 finishing at 8-under.
As for Voegeli, the 2020 Oklahoma Amateur champion bounced back from a first-round one-over 71 with a second-round 64 (35/29), one shot off of the tournament low (Hudson, 63). Three-shots better than the nearest amateur, Voegeli secured low-am honors with a final round 69, seven-shots better Trevor Norby.
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ABOUT THE Oklahoma Open
The Oklahoma Open Championship is open to Pros
Amateurs. Amateur participants must have an active
established USGA Handicap Index of 5.0 or less.
Qualifying is required for those who do not meet the
exemption criteria. Format is 54 holes of stroke play
with a cut to the low 40 and ties after 36 holes.
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