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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

PGA Tour Q-School: First Stage update

Logo provided by the West Florida Golf Tour

Several West Florida Golf Tour and other area players are playing their first stage of PGA Tour Q-School this week at two Florida venues.

Here's how they've fared thus far in the 72-hole tournament:

St. John's Golf and Country Club, St. Augustine

Matthew Galloway has been consistent through two rounds with a 72 and 71. However, that's only put the Valrico resident in a tie for 34th. The top 22 and ties advance to the second stage held in mid-November.

PGA Golf Club (Wanamaker Course), Port St. Lucie

Arnond "Bank" Vongvanij
leads area hopefuls following the first round on the east coast. The former Bradenton Prep and University of Florida standout fired a 67 and is tied for fourth place.

Seath Lauer, who played at Lakewood Ranch High and Florida State University, sits just outside the top 22 needed to progress. He's tied for 28th place following a 1-under par 71.

Byeong-Hun An struggled on Wednesday. The former U.S. Amateur champion, who attended Bradenton Prep, is tied for 44th after a 73.

Part-time Palmetto resident Sam Osborne also struggled in the opening round. The Englishman posted a 79, and is tied for 73rd in the 77-player field.

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