Programming Change: Days of Our Lives to air at 2 a.m.
  • Follow me on:


Recent Articles
  • bbq

    Recipe: Homemade Sweet & Sassy BBQ Chicken

    Here is a link to Venue 104 Bistro & Catering and below is the easy BBQ Recipe Homemade Sweet & Sassy BBQ Chicken Recipe 3-4 lbs. of chicken pieces Sassy Rub: 1/2 Tbsp. onion powder 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. paprika 1/2 tsp. smoked paprika 1/4 tsp. cayenne 1/2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper 1/2 tsp. salt   Sweet Slather: 1/2 cup Molasses 1/2 cup ketchup 2 large cloves of garlic, minced 1 tsp Dijon mustard 1 Tbsp. cider […]

  • Bernhard Langer watches his pitch shot on the 12th hole during a practice round before the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National Golf Club in Edmond, Okla. on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.  (Copyright USGA/Fred Vuich)

    Get live scoring results of the U.S. Senior Opens Oak Tree National

    The U.S. Senior Open is happening in Edmond at Oak Tree National. Get live scoring results here! Take a tour of each hole, get background information on players and ticket information by clicking here.  

  • Bart Bryant hits from a bunker on the eighth hole during a practice round before the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National Golf Club in Edmond, Okla. on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.  (Copyright USGA/Hunter Martin)

    Photos: Another hot day as golfers practice in Edmond before Thursday’s opening of U.S. Senior Open

    Some of the best golfers in the world are in Edmond preparing to take part in the U.S. Senior Open. All photos Courtesy of USGA.org  Click here for complete coverage of the tournament.  

  • Kevin Sutherland plays his second shot on the ninth hole during a practice round before the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National Golf Club in Edmond, Okla. on Monday, July 7, 2014.  (Copyright USGA/Chris Keane)

    Photos: First day of practice in Edmond for U.S. Senior Open Golfers

      Golfers took to Oak Tree National golf course today for practice rounds ahead of this week’s U.S. Senior Open. Complete coverage of US Senior Open. 

  • heat

    Oklahoma Cool Zones and recognizing heat exhaustion

    Click here for details on “Cool Zone” locations around the Oklahoma City metro and western Oklahoma. Recognizing Heat Exhaustion Heat exhaustion is a milder form of heat-related illness that can develop after several days of exposure to high temperatures and inadequate or unbalanced replacement of fluids. It is the body’s response to an excessive loss of the water and salt contained in sweat. Those most prone to heat exhaustion are elderly people, people with high blood pressure, and people working […]

  • US OPEN Monitor

    US Senior Open at Edmond’s Oak Tree National schedule & ticket information

    The U.S. Senior Open takes place at Edmond’s Oak Tree National .    Gates open daily at 7:00 a.m. Tickets are available for practice rounds and the championship rounds. You can also buy a weekly ticket and there are group options. Kids 17 and under are free with a ticketed adult. Click here to buy. Monday, July 7       Practice Round Tuesday, July 8 Practice Round/Military Day All military personnel and their families are admitted free 7 a.m. – Presentation […]

  • chopper

    Video: Birds-eye view of Oak Tree National as US Senior Open takes center stage in Edmond

    Take an aerial tour of Oak Tree National as the U.S. Senior Open comes to Edmond. Watch the video as KFOR Sports Director Bob Barry Jr. narrates each hole giving you a birds eye look at each hole. From the Prairie Dunes to Valley of Sin to the signature Oak Tree Bob Jr. flew the course with Jon Welsh in Bob Moore Chopper 4 to break down each hole and what these professionals face as they square-off starting Thursday. Click […]

  • Valley of Sin, Oak Tree National

    Hole #9 is “Valley of Sin”, US Senior Open

    Hole #9  is affectionately known as “Valley of Sin” and is a par 4, 411 yards. Bob Barry Jr. says “this hole also plays into a prominent south wind and it’s titled because it has a deep valley leading up to the green on the left.  Golfers will be happy to make the turn if they keep their drive and their approach shot straight.”

  • Coe's Corner, Oak Tree National

    “Coe’s Corner” is course designer’s favorite hole, US Senior Open

    Number 12 on the US Senior open is called “Coe’s Corner” and it is a par 5, 585 yards. Bob Barry Jr. says “those in the know say this is designer Pete Dye’s favorite hole on the golf course.  No way these guys can reach this hole in two, there is water on the left and there are bunkers aplenty around one of the smallest greens at Oak Tree National.”

  • The Oaks, Oak Tree National

    Accuracy really counts on Hole #10 called “The Oaks,” US Senior Open

    Oak Tree National would have to have a hole named “The Oaks” and it is hole #10 which is a par 4, 437 yards. “This hole plays like a par 5 and if your drive isn’t accurate, you could wind up on the left side with a treacherous second shot over all sorts of trouble:  trees, water and sand.  And if the wind is crazy, either blowing into the pros faces or away from them, it makes things tricky because of the small green,” said Bob Barry Jr.

  • The Plateau, Oak Tree National

    “The Plateau” awaits golfers on #18, US Senior Open

    The final hole on the US Senior Open is called the “The Plateau” and it is a par 4, 470 yards. Bob Barry Jr. says “this hole is the second longest 4-par on the course.  It begins aiming straight into the prevailing south wind and a tee shot landing on a plateau is preferred.  The green is big but there is a huge, deep “graveyard” bunker on the right that is difficult to get up-and-down out of.  This will be a nice finishing hole for the fans, with the most grandstand seating on the […]