Entry forms are available HERE.
Nominations are now being accepted for the second annual Everett Dobson Award, an award for a graduating senior golfer who best exemplifies the qualities of citizenship, sportsmanship and character along with being a successful competitor. The first award last fall went to Jordan Niebrugge of Oklahoma State.
The winner will receive the award and a stipend to help start their post-college career at the 2017 Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony Oct. 1 at Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club.
The Everett Dobson Award is named for the Oklahoma City businessman, philanthropist and avid golfer and champion of the game who provided the initial impetus and funding to start the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame.
Dobson, who played his collegiate golf at Southwestern Oklahoma State and is a former president of the Oklahoma Golf Association, is now the owner of Oak Tree National and was responsible for helping bring the 2014 U.S. Senior Open to Oklahoma.
Entry forms are available HERE. Guidelines are HERE. They must be mailed or emailed by July 15 to Ken MacLeod, Golf Oklahoma, 6218 S. Lewis Ave., Suite 200, Tulsa, OK, 74136 or email email@example.com.
The 2017 Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame class includes Bob Tway, Doug Tewell, Mark Hayes, Joe Walser and Ernie Vossler. Information on tickets and sponsorship table for the dinner and ceremony at Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club, as well as information on playing in the Oct. 2 Hall of Fame Classic at OKC G&CC, are available on the website.