Over four dozen cities and towns across Oklahoma were represented at Nichols Park Sunday.
The gathering was the Oklahoma Masters series disc golf tournament with contestants playing every one of the 54 holes on the four courses.
“Everyone had a great time and we heard nothing but positive comments about the course and the park,” said Joshua Craig. He has championed the course and been a driving force behind getting the word out and inviting players both individually as well as in tournaments to come to Henryetta.
The tournament wasted up in seven brackets with participants ranging in age from 40 to 70 years old.
Craig was competing in the amateur masters 50-plus division. He took first place with a total of 117 for the day, one stroke ahead of Okahoma City’s Michael Brookshire with a 118.
Cash prizes went to the pro masters divisions, one for players 40 and up and the other for those 50 and up.
Jason LaPierre, who hails from El Reno was the big money winner in the 40-plus bracket while Eric Rainey, Broken Arrow was the top money winner in the Pro Masters 50-plus series.