Greater Tulsa Reporter
FlyingTee, a golf and entertainment venue in Jenks, opened June 7.
FlyingTee, a three-story, 60-bay center, offers three restaurants, a beer garden, outdoor patios, corporate meeting rooms and suites, and the ability to host everything from a detailed practice session to a 400-person charity golf tournament.Read More
Two men from the Tulsa area were among three recently inducted into the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame. Larry Egge of Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in Tulsa and Herb Rhea retired Director of Sports Medicine for Jenks Public
Schools were honored at a luncheon Saturday, May 21, on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. Joining Egge and Rhea in the 14th class of inductees was Anita Clark, retired trainer for the University of Oklahoma.
Sometimes players in the Texas League take offense to a blue bull shaking his private parts in their faces during pregame warmups. Members of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals did not appreciate Hornsby, official mascot of the Tulsa Drillers, taking liberties with their serious preparations at ONEOK Field.Read More
Tulsa claimed the 2016 American Athletic Conference Championship with a 4-0 win over No. 24 USF May 14 at the Collins Family Softball Complex on the TU campus. The Golden Hurricane improved its record to 35-19 in winning its fifth conference tournament championship and its first in two years as a member of The American. As winners of the league’s automatic bid, Tulsa will enter the NCAA Tournament.Read More
FRED UTTER AND FRIENDS: Fred Utter, far right, was inducted into the Holland Hall Athletic Hall of Fame May 6 as an outstanding coach and administrative leader for the Dutch. Utter also coached basketball at Will Rogers High School and played basketball at Oklahoma State University for the legendary Henry Iba.Read More
Don King’s voice has been synonymous with high school athletics for so long that it is difficult to remember a time without it.
A decade ago? Two decades? Three?
The University of Tulsa athletic department has initiated the “Tulsa Plays!” program for the upcoming summer. The Tulsa Plays! initiative is a community program designed to encourage kids to play and live a healthy and active lifestyle.Read More
From literally digging ditches to having a bobblehead night in his honor on June 17, Tulsa Roughnecks striker Cristian Mata has seen his life’s journey come miles and miles in a very short time.Read More
An induction ceremony will be nothing new for most members of the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame’s second class.
Haworth native Tommy Bolt, winner of the 1958 U.S. Open at Southern Hills Country Club, and former University of Tulsa and LPGA superstar Nancy Lopez are both members of the World Golf Hall of Fame, while Bolt is also in the PGA of America Hall of Fame and Lopez in the LPGA Hall of Fame.Read More
Greenway Golf, operator of Battle Creek Golf Club, is very pleased to announce the arrival of the GolfBoard, an all-new way to enjoy the game of golf. Battle Creek Golf Club is the first and only golf facility in Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma to offer GolfBoards.Read More
The nation’s top collegiate tennis teams will converge on the city of Tulsa to compete at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s & Women’s Tennis Championships, May 19-30, at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center on the University of Tulsa campus.Read More
KICKING THE FLU: Players from the Roughnecks served as celebrity judges of the 12th annual Don’t Bug Me poster contest, a partnership of Hillcrest HealthCare System and the Tulsa Health Department. Posters were created by students of local elementary schools. At left is David Abidor, defensive player for the Roughnecks, and with him is midfielder Brady Ballew. Both are posing with the signature Don’t Bug Me antennae.Read More
Editor’s note: This is the second article about the growth of lacrosse in Greater Tulsa. Last month’s article featured the Bishop Kelley program.Read More
Dallas beckoned the Tulsa Shock. The 66ers departed for Oklahoma City. Mike Melega is banking on Tulsa’s Drillers and Roughnecks sticking around for a long, long time.Read More
When one hears about lacrosse, he or she thinks of athletes nearly in hockey gear, except they have sticks with nets to catch balls while playing on a grass field, rather than sticks to swish around a puck across the ice.Read More