- Class of 2012
26 players secured PGA TOUR cards for the 2013 season in the last Q-School for PGA TOUR membership. Dong-Hwan Lee finished with medalist honors at -25.
- All Heart
Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton finished with back-to-back rounds of 67 to regain his PGA TOUR card for next year. Compton finished in a tie for 7th place.
- Just Short
Meanwhile, 3-time PGA TOUR winner Camilo Villegas is among the players who finished outside the cutline for PGA TOUR membership. Villegas finished -15 which was just two behind the score he needed.
- Great Scott
Adam Scott is not wasting any time to adjust back to a non-anchored putter. Scott practiced with an adjustable length putter and a new claw grip this morning as he prepares for the Australian Open.
- Increase in Company Parties
- Airfares to Florida on the Rise
- Barbie’s Newest Accessory
7:12a ET: Seema Mody, CNBC Business Report
7:15a ET: Jay Townsend, European Tour Analyst
7:25a ET: Kris Blanks, 2012 PGA TOUR Q School Graduate
7:45a ET: Alex Miceli, Golf Channel Contributor
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“Nothing From Nothing” by Billy Preston
“Glory Days” by Bruce Springsteen
“Ticket to Ride” by The Beatles
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