Four Canadians Advance To Final Stage Of Web.com Tour Q-School
Burnaby, B.C. Native Devin Carrey, Shown Here After Winning The Golden Ears Open At Pitt Meadows GC On The Vancouver Golf Tour, Has Moved A Step Closer To The PGA TOUR Dream - Image Courtesy VGT
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Four Canadians finished inside the cut of T21 (plus ties) on Friday to advance to the final stage of Web.com Tour Qualifying School. The Canucks were in action at two separate 72-hole stroke-play events contested at different sites in the U.S.
In Texas, Canadians Devin Carrey of Burnaby, B.C. and Cam Burke of New Hamburg, Ont., cracked the top-10 at the Clubs of Kingwood-Deerwood to punch their ticket to the final stage.
Carrey came in at 8-under par to finish tied for fourth while Burke ended at 6-under to finish T10. American Anthony Broussard of Addison, Tex., took home medalist honours, finishing at 16-under, five-strokes clear of the runner-up.
Team Canada Young Pro Squad member Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., led the way at the Brocksville, Fla., event, closing at 17-under at the Southern Hills Plantation Club to finish as runner-up—four strokes back of medalist Doug Leston. Canadian Chris Ross—also of Dundas, Ont.—posted an 8-under to just squeeze inside the cut line with a T18 finish.
There are two remaining stage II Qualifying events still to be conducted, both running from Nov. 17–20. There are 10 hopeful Canadians in the field at the remaining events, all looking for their chance to advance to the final stage contested from Dec. 10–13 at PGA National Resort and Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. See the list below:
Oak Valley Golf Club, Beaumont, Calif.
Max Gilbert (Montreal)
Ryan Williams (Surrey, B.C.)
Matt McQuillan (Kingston, Ont.)
Seann Harlingten (West Vancouver, B.C.)
Ryan Yip (Calgary)
Brad Clapp (Chilliwack, B.C.)
Plantation Preserve Golf Club, Plantation, Fla.
Lucas Kim (Toronto)
Jon Mills (Belleville, Ont.)
Ben Silverman (Thornhill, Ont.)
Matt Hill (Brights Grove, Ont.)
All players who make it to the Final Stage of the Web.com Tour Q-School will earn at least conditional status on the Web.com Tour in 2016.
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