First Stage PGA Tour Q-School Dayton Nev - Dayton Valley Golf Club

By Golf Channel DigitalOctober 27, 2010, 11:10 pm
The top 23 and ties advanced to the second round of PGA Tour Q-school.
 Pos PlayerScoring To ParRounds
Total
TotalThruCurrent1234   
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1Ryan Yip . Canada-17F-569657067
271
2Benjamin Alvarado  Chile-16F-465687168
272
T3Scott Gordon  Fair Oaks, CA-15F+164676973
273
T3Clay Ogden  Farmington, UT-15F-269666870
273
T5Charlie Beljan  Mesa, AZ-14F-571667067
274
T5Josh Persons  Fargo, ND-14FE68696572
274
7Chris Kamin  Phoenix, AZ-13F-472666968
275
T8Christo Greyling  Orlando, FL-12F-770736865
276
T8Nick MacDonald  Mt. Pleasant, SC-12F-170706571
276
T8Andres Gonzales  Olympia, WA-12F-167667271
276
T8Nick Mason  Denver, CO-12F-170716471
276
T12Wil Collins  Albuquerque, NM-11F-169706771
277
T12Dustin Pimm  Sandy, UT-11F+269656974
277
T14Chris Heintz  Brea, CA-10F-569707267
278
T14Joel Kijowski  Las Vegas, NV-10F-570707167
278
T14Clayton Rask  Elk River, MN-10F-271686970
278
T17Matt Marshall  Scottsdale, AZ-9F *-674697066
279
T17Andrew Hoffer  Santa Rosa, CA-9F-470687368
279
T17Ben Pisani  Minneapolis, MN-9F-472697068
279
T17Brett Swedberg  Gilbert, AZ-9F-369687369
279
T17Benoit Beisser  Scottsdale, AZ-9F+372646875
279
T22Jake Younan-Wise  Gilbert, AZ-8F *-476716568
280
T22Jeff Rangel  Martinez, CA-8F-473687168
280
T22Garrett Sapp  Cerritos, CA-8F *-671737066
280
T22Jacob Yount  Danville, CA-8F-169697171
280
T22Nathan Tyler  Tucson, AZ-8FE69687172
280
T22Jared Becher  Reno, NV-8F-171687071
280
T22Zenon Brown  Arvada, CO-8F+169667273
280
T22Nick Killpack  St. George, UT-8F+268696974
280
T22Kane Webber  Aurora, CO-8F+469686776
280
T31Tim McKenney  Scottsdale, AZ-7F-370707269
281
T31Matt Miller  Bloomington, IL-7F-372716969
281
T31Josh Esler  Wauconda, IL-7F-271726870
281
T31Kane Hanson  Detroit Lakes, MN-7F-169736871
281
T31John Chin  Temecula, CA-7F+270677074
281
36Erik Jarvey  Palmdale, CA-6FE70697172
282
T37Thomas Petersson  Stockton, CA-5FE68707372
283
T37Nick Taylor  Canada-5F *-574717167
283
T37James Drew  North Las Vegas, NV-5F+570667077
283
T40Dan Buchner  Seal Beach, CA-4FE69717272
284
T40Joshua Warthen  Arroyo Grande, CA-4FE71707172
284
T40Tyler Hall  Scottsdale, AZ-4F *-271717270
284
T40Tyler Aldridge  Nampa, ID-4F+266707474
284
T44Cody Slover  Visalia, CA-3F *E74667372
285
T44Dustin Mills  Arvada, CO-3F+371706975
285
T46Justin Searles  Gilbert, AZ-2F *-171756971
286
T46Mike Pearson  Roswell, GA-2F *-674707666
286
T48Ryan Ellis  South Jordan, UT-1F *+173726973
287
T48Chris Kilkenny  Simi Valley, CA-1F *-274697470
287
T50Brandon Kearney  Bend, OREF *-171747271
288
T50Darrin Hall  Evergreen, COEF *-374747169
288
T52Jamie Frazier  Glasgow, KY+2F *+671677478
290
T52Justin Bardgett  Chesterfield, MO+2F *+468737376
290
T52Michael Jensen  Los Altos, CA+2F *E77707172
290
T52Liam Kendregan  Mt. Vernon, WA+2F *-173737371
290
T56Henry Aguila  Downey, CA+3F *E75727272
291
T56George Zolotas  Peabody, MA+3F *E76737072
291
T56Brett Kanda  Las Vegas, NV+3F *-175717471
291
T59Jae Woo Im  La Mirada, CA+4F *+272757174
292
T59Kory Storer  Hillsborough, CA+4F *+279706974
292
T61Gene Webster  San Bernardino, CA+5F *+573697477
293
T61Oliver Dunn  Santa Monica, CA+5F *-472777668
293
T63Stephen Thomas  Sarasota, FL+6F *+377727075
294
T63David Morgan  Scottsdale, AZ+6F *E75737472
294
T65Brian Thompson  Gilroy, CA+7F *+872737080
295
T65Riley Arp  Fort Collins, CO+7F *+473717576
295
T65Jesse Barnsley  Albuquerque, NM+7F *E73767472
295
T68Jeffery Puska  Canada+8F *+174737673
296
T68Darren Griff  Canada+8F *-171757971
296
T70Ken Sisler  El Dorado Hills, CA+9F *+876717080
297
T70Michael Prescott  San Mateo, CA+9F *+276747374
297
T70Kevin Doskocil  Fort Worth, TX+9F *-273777770
297
73Andrew Paulson  Lino Lakes, MN+10F *+476757176
298
74Jonathan Keane  Edmonds, WA+11F *+476767176
299
75Derek Bohlen  Fountain Hills, AZ+12F *+477727576
300
76Donald Baucom  Orangevale, CA+28F *+1474787886
316
The top 23 and ties advanced to the second round of PGA Tour Q-school.

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Garcia (73), Fleetwood (74) off to slow starts at BMW

By Associated PressJune 21, 2018, 8:30 pm

PULHEIM, Germany – Sebastien Gros carded a 4-under 68 in windy conditions to lead by one shot after the opening round of the BMW International Open on Thursday.

The Frenchman had four birdies to take the lead before the turn, and a six-footer on the 15th hole moved him two ahead. But a bogey on the next hole left the 28-year-old Gros just one ahead of Jorge Campillo, Scott Jamieson, Aaron Rai and Henric Sturehed.

Sturehed eagled the par-5 No. 13 to take the lead in the morning at the Gut Laerchenhof club.

Christofer Blomstrand, Nico Geyger, Mark Tullo, Victor Perez, David Howell and Nicolai von Dellingshausen are a further stroke back on 2-under 70.

Defending champion Andres Romero was among a large group at 1 under, including 2013 winner Ernie Els and three-time European Tour winner Andy Sullivan.

Romero is bidding to be the first player to retain the title.

Local favorite and 2008 champion Martin Kaymer shot 72, ahead of Sergio Garcia (73) and Tommy Fleetwood (74).

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Ryu thriving again after simple advice from Inbee Park

By Randall MellJune 21, 2018, 7:07 pm

So Yeon Ryu shared Rolex Player of the Year honors last year.

She reigned as world No. 1 for almost five months.

So when she couldn’t keep her momentum going at year’s start, she got frustrated. She wasn’t happy with two top 10s in her first 11 starts.

“I lost a lot of confidence at the beginning of the year,” Ryu said Thursday as she prepared to lead a strong field as the defending champion in Friday’s start of the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship. “My expectation level was way too high.”

So she sought the counsel of her pal, world No. 1 Inbee Park, who gave her some plain-spoken advice.


Full-field scores from the Walmart Arkansas Championship


“Get over it,” Park told her. “You know what to do. You’ve done it, so it’s not really a big deal. Don’t worry about it. You were No. 1. You’ve achieved a lot of things as a professional golfer. Just don’t be too hard on yourself.”

Ryu got over it winning the Meijer LPGA Classic last week, the sixth LPGA title of her career, her third in 15 months. She’s feeling good again leading a stellar field this week at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Ark., a strong tune up before next week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, the year’s third major championship.

World No. 1 Park, No. 2 Ariya Jutanugarn and No. 3 Lexi Thompson are among the top nine players in the world scheduled to compete this week. Twenty-four of the top 30 are in the field.

“When you come to defend your title, you obviously have a lot of pressure, but after I won last week, now I sort of think, maybe I have a chance to defend my title,” Ryu said. “So I've got total confidence, by last week.”

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Watch: Spieth, JT hole bunker shots in back-to-back groups

By Golf Channel DigitalJune 21, 2018, 6:57 pm

Jordan Spieth has a thing for holing bunker shots at the Travelers Championship, where he made one in a playoff to win last year.

He did it again in Round 1 at TPC River Highlands, knocking in this shot for eagle at the par-5 sixth to reach 4 under par for the tournament



In the next group, Justin Thomas did the same thing to reach 1 under. Keep an eye out for the best part of this highlight, when Thomas' caddie Jimmy Johnson tries to hand him his putter.

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River Highlands a 'breather' for Zach Johnson (63)

By Will GrayJune 21, 2018, 6:43 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – After enduring the pressure-cooker of the U.S. Open, Zach Johnson was more than happy to drift north to the friendly confines of TPC River Highlands.

Birdies were rare last week at Shinnecock Hills, but they’ll be plentiful all week long at the Travelers Championship. Browned-out and crispy conditions transitioned to lush and verdant, and players can attack flags without fear of turning a possible par into a struggle to avoid triple.

Johnson did just that in the opening round, carding eight birdies against a single bogey to take the early lead with a 7-under 63.

“It’s a different kind of breathing. It’s a different kind of exhaling, if you will, but they’re both good,” Johnson said. “You can put some red on the board here. We know that. We’ve seen it. You can go the other way in a hurry if you press it; it can keep going in the other way. So you kind of have to let it happen. This is one of those courses where you have to let it happen.”


Full-field scores from the Travelers Championship

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Like many in this week’s field, Johnson took it easy after a grueling major championship, staying away from the course Monday and easing into his prep over the next two days. Those decisions paid off quickly as he rattled off six straight birdies on Nos. 11-16 to take sole possession of the lead.

While Johnson tied for 12th last week at Shinnecock Hills, that was just his second top-15 finish since the Sony Open in January. But the veteran is no stranger to fast starts at TPC River Highlands, having now opened with 65 or better four times in his last eight appearances dating back to 2011.

It’s a course where he continues to have success, even if his past consistency hasn’t lived up to expectations.

“I feel like every time I get here it feels like I should shoot nothing, and it bites me,” Johnson said. “The last couple years I’m like, ‘All right, you can’t have any expectations in that regard. You’ve just got to go out and execute, you know, put the ball in the fairway and you will have opportunities.’”