Hole-in-one helps lift Langley to state amateur qualifying
BY RYAN ABER
Shawnee junior-to-be Daniel Langley advanced to the Oklahoma State Amateur on Tuesday, shooting a two-under 69 at Page Belcher in Tulsa.
Langley’s round was boosted by his hole-in-one on No. 15. He birdied holes 14 and 16, jumping him up the leaderboard as the round closed.
Former Grove High School standout Tyler Carson, who played collegiately at Tulsa, won the tournament with a 5-under 66.
The state amateur, a 64-player match-play event, will be played July 16-18 at Tulsa’s Southern Hills.
Another qualifying event will be held today (Wednesday) at Lincoln Park West in Oklahoma City.
Langley’s caddy for the tournament was Shawnee teammate Morgen Pettigrew. Pettigrew has witnessed four holes in one this year.
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