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Friday, November 19, 2010

PGA Tour Q-School shaping up for some

Once again, an update from the PGA Tour's second stage of Q-School at various venues.

All players have played at least one event on the West Florida Golf Tour, with the exception of former Saint Stephen's and Oklahoma State standout Tyler Leon.

Five of the six sites are halfway through the 72 hole tournament. Players advance to the final stage, slated for the first week in December.

Redstone Golf Club in Humble, Texas, 19 qualifying positions and ties:

Leon has the best chance of progressing with a third-round 72 that puts the former Falcons golfer in 22nd place. Josh McCumber (tie for 50th) and Brett Bergeron (tie for 59th) need to go super low with just one round remaining.

TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, 20 qualifying positions and ties:

Bradenton represents the top of the leaderboard with former Lakewood Ranch standout Seath Lauer in a tie for third. Lauer shot a 67 in the second round, while Australian David Lutterus, who is listed from Bradenton, holds the 36-hole lead following a 64.

Travis Hampshire is tied for sixth after a 67. Chris Damiano is tied for 25th following a 68.

Bear Creek Golf Club in Murrieta, Calif.; 20 qualifying positions and ties:

Michael Sims carded a 2-under par 70 to tie for 18th.

Bayonet Course in Seaside, Calif.; 19 qualifying positions and ties:

Brennan Webb shot 74 and is tied for 47th through 36 holes.

Hombre Golf Club
in Panama City; 19 qualifying positions and ties:

Sarasota's Brian Ward posted a 1-over 72 to tie for 29th. Fellow Sarasotan Joey Lamielle is in a tie for 45th following a 73, while Michael Schachner is tied for 45th after a 72.

Southern Hills Plantation Club in Brooksville; 19 qualifying positions and ties:

Former PGA Tour winner Grant Waite posted another 72 to tie for 47th. Fellow former PGA Tour winner Robert Gamez improved on his opening round 81 with a second-round 70. But he's well back of the pack in 72nd place.

Travis Perkins is in a tie for 27th after a 72. Joe Monte is tied for 66th after his second consecutive 74.

Check back here on Friday for continued updates and tracking of these players in their quest for a PGA Tour card.

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