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.
Catrina Allen has been locked in several tight races which have been decided on the final hole this season. At The San Francisco Open, however, Allen was able to relax on the 18th tee, the tournament well in hand. She earned that sigh of relief with an eye-popping 18-under par 180, which led the field by nine.
Seppo Paju’s Special Edition PA-1 design was inspired by his roots. Drawing influence from Otso, the spirit of the bear and “King of the Forest” as told in Finnish mythology. Available May 23, 2019.
Matt Orum and Cale Leiviska each won their third event of the season over the weekend. Orum scored his in Memphis, Tenn., at the 37th Annual Dogwood Classic. Leiviska pulled double duty in Saint Paul, Minn., at Earth Day at Bethel University. Leiviska ran the event and managed to come out on top with a five stroke win.
Catrina Allen’s last three events have been decided on the tournament’s final hole, and this time, she came out on top. Allen conquered the Kansas wind to secure her fourth Glass Blown Open title and first National Tour win of the season with a birdie, as four rounds and four days culminated in one last trip to Emporia Country Club’s treacherous 413-foot 18th hole. In Open Men, Cale Leiviska climbed two spots on the final day to finish in a tie for fifth.
Available May 9, 2019. The H4 V2 is the latest release in our retooled line of Hybrid Drivers and will be an excellent choice for players of all skill levels, whether their looking for long, gliding shots in the open or carving through the woods.