The Edmond Sun


June 20, 2013

Edmond’s Rust, Kropp projected to make cut in the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series

NORMAN — Belmar Golf Club is in fantastic shape and the pros took advantage of ideal scoring opportunities in Wednesday’s opening round of the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series in Norman. 

Jordan Russell (College Station, TX) teed off in the morning wave of the 1st round and got off to a hot start with three straight birdies. He ended the day with a total of 10 birdies and one bogey that came on the 10th hole. His performance was good enough to take the overnight lead Wednesday with a 9-under-par 61. 

Two strokes back is last week’s champion, Mark Walker of Hurst, Texas. He last week’s event on the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series in Miami, Okla.

The top 37 players and ties will make the cut after 36-holes. The current projected cut line is 1-under-par which currently would keep Edmond’s Dillon Rust (-2) and Will Kropp (-1) in the field. Full results and course stats through Round 1 are below:

OK Kids Korral Championship

Belmar Golf Club

Norman, OK

June 19-22, 2013


Par: 70

Yardage: 6519


Scoring Average for 1st Round = 70.68

Hardest Hole to Par = Par 4, Hole 18 (4.32 average score)

Easiest Hole to Par = Par 5, Hole 12 (4.71 average score)


1    Jordan Russell        College Station, TX      30-31--61 -9

 2    Mark Walker           Hurst, TX                33-30--63 -7

 T3   Cole Howard           Fort Worth, TX           32-33--65 -5

 T3   Daniel Hoff           Bakersfield, CA          32-33--65 -5

 T3   Mark Stevens          Concord, NH              35-30--65 -5

 T3   Hudson Johnson        Longview, TX             33-32--65 -5

 T3   Rika Batibasaga       Indooroopilly Australia  31-34--65 -5

 T8   Charlie Holland       Dallas, TX               34-32--66 -4

 T8   Brian Rowell          Lafayette, LA            33-33--66 -4

 T8   Ryan Baca             Sugar Land, TX           35-31--66 -4

 T8   Alex Moon             Dallas, TX               32-34--66 -4

 T8   Matt Boyd             Sugar Land, TX           34-32--66 -4

 T13  Travis Woolf          Fort Worth, TX           35-32--67 -3

 T13  Trent Whitekiller     Sallisaw, OK             36-31--67 -3

 T13  Kevin Penner          Las Vegas, NV            33-34--67 -3

 T13  Vilhelm Bogstrand     Oslo, Norway             34-33--67 -3

 T13  Sam Powell            Tulsa, OK                32-35--67 -3

 T13  Ryan Dagerman         Dallas, TX               38-29--67 -3

 T19  Christopher E. Brown  Dallas, TX               35-33--68 -2

 T19  J R Hurley            Norman, OK               35-33--68 -2

 T19  Travis England        Moline, IL               33-35--68 -2

 T19  Tyler Sheppard        Fort Worth, TX           35-33--68 -2

 T19  Jason Meece           Ardmore, OK              39-29--68 -2

 T19  Gregor Main           Danville, CA             35-33--68 -2

 T19  Chase Lindsey         Oklahoma City, OK        36-32--68 -2

 T19  Robbe Trout           Sanger, TX               35-33--68 -2

 T19  Dillon Rust           Edmond, OK               35-33--68 -2

 T19  Cody Gribble          Dallas, TX               36-32--68 -2

 T19  Jonathan Randolph     Brandon, MS              35-33--68 -2

 T30  Zechariah Potter      Cheney, KS               38-31--69 -1

 T30  Garrett Driver        Humble, TX               39-30--69 -1

 T30  Blake Trimble         Houston, TX              36-33--69 -1

 T30  Chad Ginn             Gulfport, MS             35-34--69 -1

 T30  Bill Allcorn          Waco, TX                 37-32--69 -1

 T30  Bobby Massa           Tyler, TX                34-35--69 -1

 T30  Casey Clendenon       Houston, TX              36-33--69 -1

 T30  Brad Gehl             Carmel, IN               36-33--69 -1

 T30  Sean Frost            Dallas, TX               35-34--69 -1

 T30  William Kropp         Edmond, OK               37-32--69 -1

 T30  Stephen Carney        Tulsa, OK                37-32--69 -1

 T30  Blake Redmond         Sugar Land, TX           37-32--69 -1

 T30  Chris Brown           Garland, TX              35-34--69 -1

 T30  Rob Hudson            Brandon, MS              36-33--69 -1

 T30  Jared Paul            Mulvane, KS              34-35--69 -1

 T30  Trey Lawson           Holliday, TX             37-32--69 -1

 T30  Jordan McLaurin       Ironton, MO              37-32--69 -1

 T30  James Marshall        Fayetteville, AR         34-35--69 -1

 T30  Michael A. Smith      Grand Prairie, TX        37-32--69 -1

 T49  Cyril Bouniol         Laloubere, France        32-38--70 E 

 T49  Hunter Sparks         Oklahoma City, OK        38-32--70 E 

 T49  Michael Lee           Oklahoma City, OK        36-34--70 E 

 T49  John Darden           Frisco, TX               34-36--70 E 

 T49  Case Cochran          Paducah, KY              35-35--70 E 

 T49  Justin Kaplan         Houston, TX              39-31--70 E 

 T49  Matthew Stephens      Mont Belvieu, TX         37-33--70 E 

 T49  Brice Howard (AM)     Hot Springs, AR          39-31--70 E 

 T57  Brian Mills           Fort Worth, TX           37-34--71 +1

 T57  Greg Mason            Tulsa, OK                37-34--71 +1

 T57  Brandon Cauldwell     Springfield, MO          35-36--71 +1

 T57  Jared Vela            Pasadena, TX             38-33--71 +1

 T57  Connie Pierce         Oklahoma City, OK        37-34--71 +1

 T57  Stephen Hollingsworth The Woodlands, TX        34-37--71 +1

 T57  Eric Adler            Houston, TX              37-34--71 +1

 T57  Andrew Douthit        Frisco, TX               34-37--71 +1

 T57  Joshua Havard         Arlington, TX            34-37--71 +1

 T57  Brian Scherer         Midland, TX              33-38--71 +1

 T57  Bobby Hudson          Memphis, TN              37-34--71 +1

 T68  Zack Reeves           Arlington, TX            37-35--72 +2

 T68  Andrew Noto           Luling, LA               35-37--72 +2

 T68  Michael Nicoletti     Dos Palos, CA            37-35--72 +2

 T68  Brian Dwyer           Southlake, TX            38-34--72 +2

 T68  Drew Greenwood (AM)   Hot Springs, AR          39-33--72 +2

 T68  Chris Walling         Lake Charles, LA         35-37--72 +2

 T68  Chris Walker          The Woodlands, TX        39-33--72 +2

 T68  Neal Ajubita          Metairie, LA             36-36--72 +2

 T76  Matthew Vela          San Antonio, TX          35-38--73 +3

 T76  Bo Sarratt            Gentry, AR               38-35--73 +3

 T76  Jackson Ogle          Edmond, OK               34-39--73 +3

 T76  Michael Carnes        New Braunfels, TX        38-35--73 +3

 T76  Jeff Rein             Garden Ridge, TX         39-34--73 +3

 T76  Ryan Myers            Tyler, TX                40-33--73 +3

 T76  Cameron Bishop        Tulsa, OK                39-34--73 +3

 T76  Abraham Ancer         Mission, TX              38-35--73 +3

 T76  Liam Logan            Ft. Worth, TX            39-34--73 +3

 T76  Max Showalter (AM)    Oklahoma City, OK        34-39--73 +3

 T76  Bryan Reed (AM)       Norman, OK               42-31--73 +3

 T87  Seth Dufrene          Luling, LA               38-36--74 +4

 T87  Jeremy Freedman       Dallas, TX               38-36--74 +4

 T87  Jace Moore            Keller, TX               40-34--74 +4

 T87  Thomas Garza          Fair Oaks Ranch, TX      38-36--74 +4

 T87  Chase Williams        Corinth, MS              40-34--74 +4

 T87  Brett Taunton         El Dorado, AR            37-37--74 +4

 93   Taylor Artman         Norman, OK               41-34--75 +5

 T94  Andrew Green          Edmond, OK               42-34--76 +6

 T94  Lane Branum           Midland, TX              42-34--76 +6

 T96  Derek Smith           Rogers, AR               38-39--77 +7

 T96  Scott Roudebush       Dallas, TX               41-36--77 +7

 T96  Peter McGibney        Dublin, Ireland          38-39--77 +7

 T96  David Petry           San Antonio, TX          41-36--77 +7

 T96  Cameron Meyers        Edmond, OK               42-35--77 +7

 T101 Matt Fast             Hattiesburg, MS          39-39--78 +8

 T101 Mark Pillen           Richmond, TX             42-36--78 +8

 103  Johnny Lucas          Corpus Christi, TX       43-36--79 +9

 104  Jack Shores           Robstown,  TX            41-39--80 +10

 T105 Ryan Smith            Nashville, TN            40-41--81 +11

 T105 Tyler Hall (AM)       Moore, OK                44-37--81 +11

 T105 Ben Harris            Jenks, OK                44-37--81 +11


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