(Broken Arrow, OK) – The All Pro Tour will be in Broken Arrow, OK for the Supreme Lending Happy Hands Classic. This is the fifth year Indian Springs Country Club will be hosting the APT. The first event was in 2018 when Josh Creel took the title of champion.


DATES: June 22-25, 2022

OFFICIAL NAME: Supreme Lending Happy Hands Classic


SCHEDULE: 11th event of the APT 2022 season

VENUE: The Club at Indian Springs – River Course

PAR/YARDS: 70 (35-35), 6,854 yards

PURSE MONEY: Estimated $130,000 (winner claims guaranteed $20,000 or 19% of total purse)

PAST CHAMPION: 2021 Brendon Jelly, 2020 Derek Oland, 2019 Nick Hardy, 2018 Josh Creel
CUT: After 36 Holes to top 35% of starting field and ties



SIZE: 156 players

FIELD LIST: https://bit.ly/3b9G4sF 



Tuesday, June 21st: Pro-Am Day shotgun start at 8:00 AM & 1:00 PM

Wednesday, June 22nd: Round 1

Thursday, June 23rd: Round 2 and Cut Day

Friday, June 24th: Round 3

Saturday, June 25th: Round 4 and Awards Presentation


Top 10 Money List for 2022

  1. Chandler Phillips (Huntsville, TX) – $48,388.34
  2. Dylan Healey (Scottsdale, AZ) – $40,304.17
  3. Mitchell Meissner (San Antonio, TX) – $38,500.00
  4. Cooper Dossey (McKinney, TX) – $36,867.50
  5. Blaine Hale Jr. (Dallas, TX) – $36,322.50
  6. Brandon McIver (Billings, MT) – $36,125.00
  7. Derek Fribbs (Thornton, CO) – $35,655.83
  8. Andreas Halvorsen (Larvik, Norway) – $31,425.00
  9. Derek Oland (Plano, TX) – $28,462.50
  10. David Meyers (Johannesburg, South Africa) – $27,260.00





This week’s field is made up of 156 players from 9 countries.

The breakdown of the players per country in the field this week: United States (144), England (2), Hong Kong (2), South Africa (2), Scotland (2), Denmark (1), China (1), Norway (1), Finland (1)

Action gets underway at 7:30 A.M. CT the first two days of play. A cut will be made after 36-holes to the top 35% of the starting field, including ties. Amateurs are included in the cut number. The field will be repaired before the final two rounds based on score and players will go off in reverse horseshoe with leaders teeing off last. A trophy presentation by the clubhouse will follow the final round of play.  Attendance is free to the public.