(Muskogee, OK) – The All Pro Tour is heading to Muskogee Country Club for the Health and Wellness Center Real Okie Championship May 26-29, 2021.

DATES: May 26th – 29th, 2021

OFFICIAL NAME: Health and Wellness Center Real Okie Championship

HASHTAGS: #HWCRealOkieChampionship #APT #PathOfThePros

SCHEDULE: Seventh event of the APT season

VENUE: Muskogee Country Club – Muskogee, OK

PAR/YARDS: 70 (36-34), 6,669 yards

PURSE MONEY: Estimated $120,000 (winner claims $20,000)

FORMAT: 72 Hole Stroke Play, Cut to top 50 and ties after 36 holes



SIZE:148 players 

FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3fm30Ud 

APT WINNERS: 15 players


Monday: Practice Rounds

Tuesday: Practice Rounds (Limited), Pro-Am, Junior Clinic, Port Party (6 PM)

Wednesday: Round 1

Thursday: Round 2 (Cut day)

Friday: Round 3, Shootout (6-7pm)

Saturday: Final Round and award ceremony (2pm)



This week’s field is made up of 148 players from 13 countries.

The breakdown of the 140 players per country in the field this week: United States (127), Scotland (3), Argentina (2), Mexico (2), South Africa (2), England (2), Canada (2), Chile (2), Australia (2), Hong Kong (1), Norway (1), Panama (1), Philippines (1) 


The APT is returning to Muskogee Country Club for the fourth year in a row for the Health and Wellness Center Real Okie Championship. Two of the three past champions are returning to the field this week. Last year’s champion Sam Fidone (Lufkin, TX) is looking to get his first win of the year after a strong start to the season. Fidone has made every cut this year and has finished in the top 6 twice. Cory Churchman (Fort Worth, TX) the 2019 champion is back as well. Churchman has not found the winners circle since his 2019 victory, but is coming off a top 6 finish at last week’s United Way Charity Golf Classic. Churchman is finding his form and is hoping the good memories of his victory here will lead to a good week. Greg Eason (England) who finished second on the money list in 2020 was the leader in Muskogee heading into the final round last year. Eason has played steady golf in 2021 but is looking to take the next step into the winners circle this week. 

Action gets underway at 7:30 A.M. CT round one with play starting off No. 1 tee and No. 10 tee.  A trophy presentation by the clubhouse is set to follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.