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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Sam Osborne in danger at PGA Tour Q-School

WFGT player Sam Osborne tees off during his victory at the Legacy Golf Club. Photo provided by the WFGT.

Sam Osborne's chances of gaining a PGA Tour card are slipping away faster than a downhiller at Augusta National on Masters Sunday.

The Englishman, who resides in Palmetto while in Florida, ballooned to a 76 in his second round of PGA Tour Q-School's first stage at The Auburn University Club in Alabama.

The death knell to Osborne's round came on the par-5 seventh.

He triple bogeyed the hole. Since he started the day off No. 10, Osborne had only two holes remaining to make up for the miscue.

He'll need two consecutive strong days to crack the top 23, which gains advancement to the second stage.

Right now, Osborne is in a tie for 43rd place.

To read more about Osborne, click the following link: "England native takes on Q-School"

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