Allen made her way to Tulsa, Okla., for the 2018 Oklahoma Open, where she won her eighth A-Tier this year. She did it in dominant fashion, as her 16-under par 168 total was 18 strokes ahead of second.
There was no question Catrina Allen would pick up her first signature win of 2019 sooner rather than later. It was only a matter of when. Allen turned in a masterful performance at the Waco Annual Charity Open in Texas. Seppo Paju also finished with a flourish, as his bogey-free 14-under 53 moved him into a third place tie.
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Chris Dickerson picked up his second win in a row and sixth of the season at the Creekside Open 2019 in Archdale, N.C. Kevin Jones took his first win with Prodigy, and Will Schusterick also secured his first win of the year.
Cale Leiviska made a final round push at the Memorial Championship in Scottsdale, Ariz., to lock down a top-15 finish. Catrina Allen also made a move in the final round, posting a 4-under 56 to vault three spots into a fourth place tie in Open Women.