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Thursday, October 21, 2010

WFGT players faring well with one round left at PGA Tour Q-School

Travis Perkins, a West Florida Golf Tour participant, is still leading the PGA Tour's first stage of Q-School at the Grasslands Golf & Country Club in Lakeland.

Perkins, a Lakeland resident, shot 2-under 70 in Thursday's third round to get to 16-under for the tournament.

The top 23 and ties advance to the second stage.

Sarasota's Brian Ward, a University of Tampa product and fellow WFGT player, backed up on day three with a 74.

He's at 10-under par and in a tie for sixth.

Sarasota's Joey Lamielle continues to surge. The WFGT's Order of Merit leader has rebounded after an opening round 75.

Lamielle posted a 68 in Thursday's round, which puts him two shots behind the final qualifying spots with just one round to go.

A stroke back of Lamielle is Fort Myers' resident and WFGT player Josh McCumber.

He matched Lamielle's first two rounds (75-69), before firing another 69 on Thursday.

Jamie Miller, whose form has been red-hot with a WFGT title at the difficult Old Corkscrew Golf Club in Naples recently, also sits at 3-under par for the tournament alongside McCumber in a tie for 35th.

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