Meadowbrook Country Club
Home of Golden Eagles Golf Camps
MeadowBrook Country Club located in Tulsa, OK. A private 18 hole championship golf course established in 1955 and designed by Press Maxwell.
Lance Watson enters his 13th season as head coach for the ORU womens golf team and eighth as the mens head coach.
A 12-time Summit League Coach of the Year, Watson enters the 2012-13 golf campaigns with high expectations for both the mens and womens teams. He helped the ORU womens program become a dominating presence in the Summit League (formerly the Mid-Con), leading the Golden Eagles to 12 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. The mens team won consecutive Summit League titles and reached NCAA tournament play in 2009 and 2010, the first trips under Watson.
In 12 seasons as the womens head coach, Watson has produced eight Summit League players of the year, eight League newcomers of the year, two Summit League Championsip MVPs (formerly player of the year), one NCAA Championships individual qualifier, and more than 50 all-conference selections. On the mens side, Watson has coach one Summit League player of the year (Lyle Patton, 2004), one Championship MVP (Scott Stiles, 2009) and five newcomers of the year, including 2008 winner Terence Begnel.
Watson has played a key role for the Oral Roberts golf program since 1991, when he joined the varsity golf team. During his two years playing for ORU, Watson was twice named team captain and also won medalist honors at the Sam Houston State Invitational during his junior year. Before transferring to ORU, Watson played golf at New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, N.M. After his successful college career, Watson became a Class-A PGA Golf Professional. From 1994-1997, Watson served as the Head Golf Professional at Forest Crossing Golf Course in Nashville, Tenn.
The 2014-15 school year marks Ben Belfields first season with the Golden Eagles, having spent the previous season at fellow Summit League school Denver, where he helped guide the Pioneers to a Summit League Championship in 2014.
Originally from Manchester, England, Belfield turned professional following four years of collegiate golf at Northwood University.
He has played mini tours both in America and in Europe, reaching the final stage of the US Open qualifying, while also playing in many Monday qualifiers of the PGA Tour.