(Broken Arrow, OK) – The All Pro Tour is heading to The Club at Indian Springs for the Supreme Lending Classic June 16-19, 2021. DATES: June 16th – 19th, 2021
OFFICIAL NAME: Supreme Lending Classic
HASHTAGS: #SupremeLendingClassic #APT #PathOfThePros
SCHEDULE: Ninth event of the APT season
VENUE: The Club at Indian Springs – Broken Arrow, OK
PAR/YARDS: 70 (35-35), 6,866 yards
PURSE MONEY: Estimated $120,000 (winner claims $20,000)
PAST CHAMPIONS: 2020 Derek Oland (-28), 2019 Nick Hardy (-23), 2018 Josh Creel (-23)
FORMAT: 72 Hole Stroke Play, Cut to top 50 and ties after 36 holes

FIELD OVERVIEW:
SIZE: 146 players
FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3x8bZ2o
APT WINNERS: 9 players
TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:
Monday: Practice Rounds, Junior Clinic (3-4:30 pm), Long Drive (5 pm), Pro-am party (6:30 pm)
Tuesday: Practice Rounds (Limited), Pro-Am
Wednesday: Round 1
Thursday: Round 2 (Cut day)
Friday: Round 3
Saturday: Final Round and award ceremony (2pm)

NOTES ON THE LIST OF COMPETITORS:
This week’s field is made up of 146 players from 12 countries.
The breakdown of the 146 players per country in the field this week: United States (134), Argentina (2), South Africa (2), Australia (1), Bangladesh (1), Chile (1), England (1), Spain (1), Great Britain (1), Mexico (1), Norway (1), Panama (1)

The Supreme Lending Classic is heading into its fourth year of play at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Defending champion Derek Oland (Plano, TX) is in the field this week. Oland, who captured the title shooting -28 in four rounds last year, is looking to get back into the winner’s circle for the first time this year. The defending champion has not missed a cut this year on the APT with his best finish coming in Alexandria, LA at the Coke Dr. Pepper Open where he finished T4. Do not expect the scores to reach -28 for the total this year, as two of the shorter par 5’s have been changed to long par 4’s. Holes 1 and 15 which were always scoring holes in the past have been changed making par a good score on those holes this week. Brendon Jelley (Tulsa, OK) the Tulsa native had a good showing last year finishing in the top 10. Jelley’s best round of the week last year came in the pro-am where he was able to fire a 59 and break the course record. Jelley will look to build on his success from last year and capture his second win on the APT.  

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.

Tournament Information page: bit.ly/3wu44MW