The top-ranked Sooners won the Ka’anapali Classic in Lahaina, Hawaii, Sunday evening.
The Sooners won thanks to a historic weekend, firing a school record low of 805 (-47).
Sunday for Shattering Records. Team-Lowest tournament total - 805 (-47)Lowest team round - 263 (-21)Cummins- Lowest individual score - 193 (-20) / Breaking @Abraham_Ancer record by two shots set in 2011. Lowest career round - 62 (-9)📝https://t.co/9s5N7Bh6zX pic.twitter.com/W7yNQicKmc— Oklahoma Golf (@OU_MGolf) November 4, 2019
Along with the team win, Quade Cummings shot a career and school individual low on Sunday, carding a bogey-free 62 (-9). Forcing a seven-hole playoff with Georgia’s Trent Phillips, where Phillips ended up victorious.
The Sooners started Sunday one shot back of the Washington Huskies, but they posted 4 rounds in the 60s for a tournament best 263 (-21) and it was good enough to give them a five-shot victory.
This was the Sooners second victory of the Fall season, along with their two other top-three finishes this season.
They won’t be in action again until Feb. 15, when they will travel to Puerto Rico for the Puerto Rico Classic.