Golf course officials didn't know the woman was naked until nearly the end of the tournament, said Jonathan Hart, president of JCLA Enterprises. Hart was at the golf course during the tournament.
“I made the decision to just let the tournament end and let people go on with their day,” said Hart, who lives in Woodward and is a native of Edmond. “At that time, I didn't think it was necessary to cause a scene.”
Course officials are working to create a course policy agreement to provide to anyone hosting a tournament, said JCLA Vice President Chris Moya, who is from New Mexico.
The incident last month, though, wasn't their fault, Moya said.
“We don't claim responsibility,” he said. “She didn't come from the parking lot onto the course naked. It's like predicting lighting.”