Senior Tour Q-School Final Scores

By Golf Channel NewsroomNovember 17, 2001, 5:00 pm
The following are results from the 2001 edition of the Senior PGA Tour Qualifying School.
 
1st Howard Twitty 68-73-67-68 276 $42,000.00
 
2nd Larry Ziegler 73-68-68-70 279 $25,000.00
 
3rd Jack Spradlin 70-68-73-69 280 $17,250.00
 
4th Daniel O'Neill 73-72-66-69 280 $17,250.00
 
5th Rodger Davis 68-69-71-72 280 $17,250.00
 
6th Don Pooley 68-72-70-73 283 $11,500.00
 
7th Mike Smith 74-72-65-73 284 $7,714.28
 
8th Dick Mast 69-71-71-73 284 $7,714.28
 
-------------Conditionally-Exempt---------------
 
9th R.W. Eaks 73-73-68-70 284 $7,714.29
 
10th Butch Sheehan 69-70-75-70 284 $7,714.29
 
11th Fred Gibson 70-72-76-66 284 $7,714.29
 
12th Bill Brask 75-69-70-70 284 $7,714.28
 
13h Clyde Hughey 73-70-72-69 284 $7,714.29
 
14th David Eger 72-72-70-71 285 $5,000.00
 
15th Mark Pfeil 70-72-70-73 285 $5,000.00
 
16th Doug Johnson 71-68-73-73 285 $5,000.00
 
--------------Failed to Qualify---------------
 
17th Danny Edwards 75-71-68-71 285 $5,000.00
 
18th Steve Stull 74-73-69-70 286 $5,000.00
 
19th Doug LaCrosse 71-70-73-72 286 $5,000.00
Bill Thorpe 67-73-77-69 286 $5,000.00
 
21st Katsunari Takahashi 71-73-76-67 287 $00.00
 
22nd Ted Goin 69-73-76-70 288 $00.00
Dan Halldorson 73-74-68-73 288 $00.00
Gar Hamilton 76-68-68-76 288 $00.00
Jim Holtgrieve 72-74-71-71 288 $00.00
John Ross 74-72-69-73 288 $00.00
 
27th Lon Hinkle 76-71-70-72 289 $00.00
Wayne McDonald 69-76-74-70 289 $00.00
Ed Brooks 72-72-73-72 289 $00.00
Jim Paschal 72-70-72-75 289 $00.00
Paul Simson 73-73-71-72 289 $00.00
 
32nd Scott Masingill 76-69-75-70 290 $00.00
David Lundstrom 71-76-69-74 290 $00.00
Jack Sommers 72-72-75-71 290 $00.00
 
35th Noel Ratcliffe 72-75-71-73 291 $00.00
Barry Jaeckel 73-73-74-71 291 $00.00
Pat McDonald 76-74-70-71 291 $00.00
Pete Oakley 71-72-76-72 291 $00.00
Dave Barr 77-73-69-72 291 $00.00
 
40th Mark Hayes 73-72-75-72 292 $00.00
Terry Florence 71-75-72-74 292 $00.00
Morris Hatalsky 71-76-70-75 292 $00.00
Thom Piscopink 66-78-78-70 292 $00.00
 
44th Rik Massengale 78-71-73-71 293 $00.00
James Mason 75-70-72-76 293 $00.00
Simon Owen 73-75-72-73 293 $00.00
 
47th Bill Anderson 75-74-74-71 294 $00.00
Rafael Navarro 70-71-75-78 294 $00.00
Roy Vucinich 75-73-68-78 294 $00.00
 
50th Norm Jarvis 71-73-78-73 295 $00.00
Tony Peterson 73-75-72-75 295 $00.00
Greg Harmon 74-74-71-76 295 $00.00
Mike Malone 73-74-74-74 295 $00.00
Bob Mann 75-75-71-74 295 $00.00
Ron Skiles 75-75-70-75 295 $00.00
 
56th Randy Erskine 75-74-73-74 296 $00.00
 
57th Roy Christensen 75-75-73-74 297 $00.00
Chuck Moran 75-74-75-73 297 $00.00
Jay Overton 72-77-74-74 297 $00.00
 
60th Kurt Cox 71-74-79-74 298 $00.00
John Traub 70-79-74-75 298 $00.00
Harold Perry 73-75-76-74 298 $00.00
 
63rd Bill Schumaker 77-69-78-75 299 $00.00
Mitch Voges 80-70-74-75 299 $00.00
 
65th Richard Clemens 76-73-77-74 300 $00.00
Jim E. Smith 77-72-77-74 300 $00.00
Bob Bailey 73-75-75-77 300 $00.00
Bob Campbell 77-71-79-73 300 $00.00
Wally Young 77-69-79-75 300 $00.00
 
70th Will Sowles 76-74-76-75 301 $00.00
 
71st Tom Strueber 77-73-75-77 302 $00.00
Bobby Heins 73-77-79-73 302 $00.00
 
73rd Ted Mandes 76-72-75-82 305 $00.00
 
74th John Godwin 75-72-78-81 306 $00.00
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Watch: McIlroy gives Fleetwood a birthday cake

By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 19, 2018, 2:58 pm

Tommy Fleetwood turned 27 on Friday. He celebrated with some good golf – a 4-under 68 in Abu Dhabi, leaving him only two shots back in his title defense – and a birthday cake, courtesy of Rory Mcllroy.

While giving a post-round interview, Fleetwood was surprised to see McIlroy approaching with a cake in hand.

“I actually baked this before we teed off,” McIlroy joked.

Fleetwood blew out the three candles – “three wishes!” – and offered McIlroy a slice.  

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DJ shoots 64 to surge up leaderboard in Abu Dhabi

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 1:48 pm

Dustin Johnson stood out among a star-studded three-ball that combined to shoot 18 under par with just one bogey Friday at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Shaking off a sloppy first round at Abu Dhabi Golf Club, Johnson matched the low round of the day with a 64 that put him within four shots of Thomas Pieters’ lead.

“I did everything really well,” Johnson said. “It was a pretty easy 64.”

Johnson made four bogeys during an even-par 72 on Thursday and needed a solid round Friday to make the cut. Before long, he was closer to the lead than the cut line, making birdie on three of the last four holes and setting the pace in a group that also included good rounds from Rory McIlroy (66) and Tommy Fleetwood (68).

“Everyone was hitting good shots,” McIlroy said. “That’s all we were seeing, and it’s nice when you play in a group like that. You feed off one another.” 


Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship


Coming off a blowout victory at Kapalua, Johnson is searching for his first regular European Tour title. He tied for second at this event a year ago.

Johnson’s second-round 64 equaled the low round of the day (Jorge Campillo and Branden Grace). 

“It was just really solid all day long,” Johnson said. “Hit a lot of great shots, had a lot of looks at birdies, which is what I need to do over the next two days if I want to have a chance to win on Sunday.” 

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Closing eagle moves Rory within 3 in Abu Dhabi

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 12:57 pm

What rust? Rory McIlroy appears to be in midseason form.

Playing competitively for the first time since Oct. 8, McIlroy completed 36 holes without a bogey Friday, closing with an eagle to shoot 6-under 66 to sit just three shots back at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

“I’m right in the mix after two days and I’m really happy in that position,” he told reporters afterward.

McIlroy took a 3 ½-month break to heal his body, clear his mind and work on his game after his first winless year since 2008, his first full season as a pro.

He's back on track at a familiar playground, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, where he’s racked up eight top-11s (including six top-3s) in his past nine starts there.


Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship


McIlroy opened with a 69 Thursday, then gave himself even more chances on Day 2, cruising along at 4 under for the day when he reached the par-5 closing hole. After launching a 249-yard long iron to 25 feet, he poured in the eagle putt to pull within three shots of Thomas Pieters (65). 

Despite the layoff, McIlroy edged world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, coming off a blowout victory at Kapalua, by a shot over the first two rounds. 

“DJ is definitely the No. 1 player in the world right now, and one of, if not the best, driver of the golf ball," McIlroy said. "To be up there with him over these first two days, it proves to me that I’m doing the right things and gives me a lot of confidence going forward.”

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Duke to fill in for injured Pavin at CareerBuilder

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 12:25 pm

Ken Duke will fill in for Corey Pavin for the next two rounds of the CareerBuilder Challenge – with nothing at stake but his amateur partner’s position on the leaderboard.

Pavin was 4 over par when he withdrew after 17 holes Thursday because of a neck injury. Tournament officials contacted Duke, the first alternate, and asked if he would take Pavin’s spot and partner with Luis Lopez for the next two rounds, even though he would not receive any official money.

Duke accepted and explained his decision on Twitter:

Playing on past champion’s status, the 48-year-old Duke has made only four starts this season, with a best finish of a tie for 61st at the RSM Classic.

Pavin received a sponsor exemption into the event, his first PGA Tour start since the 2015 Colonial.