Oak Tree National to Host 2014 U.S. Senior Open

The U.S. Senior Open will be held at Oak Tree National in 2014, said U.S. Golf Association Executive Director David Fay.
This announcement follows Oak Tree National’s recent $6 million renovation to return the golf course back to its original nationally renowned condition.
“This is an exciting day in Oak Tree National’s championship history,” said club owner Ed Evans. “We believe we will have a great test of golf for this national championship. We are honored to be working with the USGA to host the 2014 U.S. Senior Open, and we look forward to having all of our members, the contestants and the fans out to Oak Tree National.”
“Since its inaugural at Winged Foot in 1980, the U.S. Senior Open has been played at many of our country’s finest tests of golf,” said Fay. “Oak Tree National has a superb golf pedigree and will, once again, be an outstanding national championship venue.”
The 2014 U.S. Senior Open will be the second USGA championship to be played at Oak Tree National, following the 1984 U.S. Amateur Championship won by Scott Verplank, who resides in Edmond and attended Oklahoma State University.
Other major golf events played at Oak Tree National were the 1988 PGA Championship won by Jeff Sluman and the 2006 Senior PGA Championship won by Jay Haas.

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