Tags: BYU Golf/NCAA Super Regional/Oklahoma Golf/Patrick Fishburn Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNORMAN, Okla.-Monday, action from the NCAA men’s Norman, Okla., golf region, saw BYU golf tied for 9th place after the first day of competition.The Cougars are tied at 295, +7 with fellow West Coast Conference rival Pepperdine.The home-standing Oklahoma Sooners are in first place at 283, -5 while Auburn, Arkansas and North Florida are al tied for second at E 288.The Cougars are in sixth place overall in pars with 55 and are in the bottom half in every other significant statistical category.BYU’s top individual performer thus far is senior Patrick Fishburn, who is fourth overall at Par 5, posting a score of 4.25 -3.The tournament resumes Tuesday. May 14, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Golf Tied for 9th after Day 1 of Norman Regional Brad James
Greensburg, In. — Officers from the Greensburg Police Department apprehended two theft suspects and recovered stolen property this week.Police found two males looking into car windows in the 200 block of North Amrhein Drive late Tuesday. Both subjects fled the area as officers pursued. After a short foot pursuit, both suspects were taken into custody. Property was taken from the pair.Police are now asking residents in the area that are missing property to contact them. If you are missing property please call 812-222-4911.
Submit StumbleUpon Share Share Argyll orders full compliance makeover with TruNarrative August 17, 2020 Related Articles SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Rightlander tackles ‘bad actors’ with new compliance tool August 12, 2020 Online operator Argyll Entertainment insists that its latest agreement with compliance tool Rightlander will significantly improve “affiliate compliance processes and procedures”.Argyll, which operates the RedZone, SportNation and GiveMeBet brands, will now use Rightlander’s advanced solutions in an attempt take its compliance procedures to the next level. Rightlander will scan Argyll Entertainment aﬃliate websites, monitoring all activity which mentions or links to their brands for compliance related breaches, whilst also searching for certain events and conditions defined by the operator.Argyll Entertainment Commercial Director Philip Bell explained: “Affiliates are a significant source of new player traffic to our sportsbook brands, but we want to ensure they are engaging this traffic in a responsible and compliant manner.“Rightlander will significantly improve our affiliate compliance processes and procedures and ensure all of our partners are playing by the rules.” Ian Sims, founder of Rightlander, added: “We are delighted to have joined forces with another big-name operator to help them improve their affiliate compliance initiatives.“Argyll Entertainment is among a growing number of gambling operators that are prioritising affiliate compliance and our tool is a great way for them to do this. It takes on much of the heavy lifting making it easy for operators to ensure affiliate compliance.”