All four players with Oklahoma ties who made the cut shot 2-over or higher in the third round of the U.S. Senior Open on Saturday at Oak Tree National.
Gil Morgan: The 67-year-old optometrist from Wewoka was 3-over at the turn but was 1-under on the back nine to finish with a 73. Third all-time with 25 Champions Tour wins, Morgan is 8-over for the tournament, the lowest score among players with Oklahoma ties.
Bob Tway: Similar to his first two rounds, Tway was hot and cold. The Oak Tree legend notched an eagle on No. 7. The 1986 PGA Tour Player of the Year also had a birdie but five bogeys and a double bogey produced a 75. Tway is 9-over for the tournament.
Bill Glasson: A Stillwater resident, Glasson, has nearly $7 million in career earnings. Glasson, who played at Oral Roberts University, recorded seven bogeys and two birdies for a 5-over 76. Glasson is 9-over for the tournament.
Willie Wood: A longtime Oak Tree member who owns two Champions Tour wins, Wood recorded birdies on No. 5 and No. 14, but the former OSU All-American also had six bogeys and a double bogey to finish with a 77. Wood is 11-over for the tournament.