315 West Oklahoma Avenue  |  Guthrie, OK  73044  |  405.260.1342   |  oklasportsmuseum@sbcglobal.net
Long before statehood, Oklahoma was
tied to the cattle industry through the cattle
trails and big ranches. As a result, it was
natural for outstanding Rodeo Cowboys
and Cowgirls to call Oklahoma home.

The National Finals Rodeo was held for
many years in Oklahoma City. The Lazy E
Arena in Guthrie hosts the Timed Events
Championship and the National Finals
Steer Roping as well as many other
western and rodeo events.

The TCSM honors many Oklahoma
Rodeo Athletes including:

Jim Shoulders, Tom Ferguson,
Roy Cooper, Lane Frost,
Freckles Brown and Billy Etbauer
Not to be forgotten are the
Cowgirls:

Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff,
Lucille Mulhall, and Lanita
Powers to name a few.

And did you know that Lucille
Mulhall was the first woman
ever to be called "Cowgirl"?
Oklahoma's Will Rogers gave
her this esteemed title.
TCSM CELEBRATES OKLAHOMA'S WESTERN
HERITAGE WITH A GREAT COLLECTION
OF RODEO MEMORABILIA
TCSM is home to the Women's Oklahoma
Golf Association Hall of Fame
IN THE GALLERY
IN THE GALLERY
There are many PGA golfers from Oklahoma
and we have items on display honoring some
you'll recognize. You will see items belonging
Danny Edwards and two of our lady golfers,
Nancy Lopez and Suzie Maxwell Berning
along with the Women's Oklahoma Golf
Association Hall of Fame.

We also have pin flags from
each of two great Oklahoma
golf courses, Southern Hills
in Tulsa and Oak Tree of
Edmond.
Promoting Oklahoma's Athletic Heritage