First Stage PGA Tour Q-School Lantana Texas - Lantana Golf Club

By Golf Channel DigitalOctober 31, 2010, 10:00 pm
The top 23 and ties advanced to the second round of PGA Tour Q-school.
 Pos PlayerScoring To ParRounds
Total
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1Casey Devoll  Arlington, TX-18F-166676671
270
2Shawn Stefani  Baytown, TX-16F-166647171
272
3Edward Loar  Dallas, TX-12F-569687267
276
4Ryan Spears  Del City, OK-11F-168667271
277
T5Sunghoon Kang  Carrollton, TX-9F-470717068
279
T5Brian Vranesh  Phoenix, AZ-9F-268717070
279
7Adam Speirs  Canada-8F-770727365
280
T8Mark Murphy  Gretna, LA-7F-471727068
281
T8Parker LaBarge  San Antonio, TX-7F-171677271
281
T10Garrett Merrell  Dallas, TX-6F-571717367
282
T10Michael Sims  St. Simons Island, GA-6F-171697171
282
T10Jeremy Alcorn  Brownwood, TX-6F-167707471
282
T10Greg Mason  Tulsa, OK-6F-269727170
282
T14James Sacheck  Fort Worth, TX-5F-669717766
283
T14Nick Malinowski  Frisco, TX-5F-471687668
283
T14Bruno Buccolo  Oklahoma City, OK-5F-473707268
283
T14Robert Streb  Edmond, OK-5F+267717174
283
T18James Love  Canada-4F-370707569
284
T18Brett Waldman  Hurst, TX-4F-368717669
284
T18Jason Hill  Rockwall, TX-4F-171697371
284
T18Jaxon Brigman  Frisco, TX-4F-273717070
284
T18Daniel Mitchell  Edmond, OK-4FE71687372
284
T18Chris Parra  Dallas, TX-4F+269697274
284
T24Bill Allcorn  Abilene, TX-3F-475687468
285
T24Rhein Gibson  Edmond, OK-3F-370727469
285
T24Seamus Power  Ireland-3F+172697173
285
T27Manuel Relancio  Argentina-2F-371668069
286
T27Hudson Johnson  Longview, TX-2F-371717569
286
T27Ryan Dillon  Desert Hills, AZ-2F-273687570
286
T27Zack Reeves  Arlington, TX-2FE69717472
286
T31Will Doughtie  Amarillo, TX-1F *-372707669
287
T31Patrick Grady  Broomfield, CO-1FE72737072
287
T31Steve Saunders  Albuquerque, NM-1F+269727274
287
T34Shaun Melville  Lubbock, TXEF-169727671
288
T34Brian Prouty  Tucson, AZEF *-270747470
288
T34Jamie Kureluk . CanadaEF *-375677769
288
T34Wes Stonestreet  Frisco, TXEF+175667473
288
T34Niall Turner  Minneapolis, MNEF *-675727566
288
T34Tim Ailes  Lewis Center, OHEF *-777727465
288
T40Jake Rogers  Tucson, AZ+1F-176677571
289
T40Brian Miller  Madras, OR+1F *-368787469
289
T40Kenny Coakley  Bluffton, SC+1F *-473717768
289
T43Connie Pierce  Oklahoma City, OK+2F *E73697672
290
T43Cole Howard  Burleson, TX+2F *-171737571
290
T43Christian Espinoza  Chile+2F+273727174
290
T43Marc Campbell  Grapevine, TX+2F *-170727771
290
T47David Smith  West Palm Beach, FL+3F *+172697773
291
T47Will Dodson  Dallas, TX+3F *+171707773
291
T47Casey Clendenon  Houston, TX+3F+376687275
291
T47Matt Boyd  Sugar Land, TX+3F *E81677172
291
T47Cesar Coello  Mexico+3F *-372757569
291
T52Thomas Campbell  Minneapolis, MN+4F+273707574
292
T52Colby Myers  Gilbert, AZ+4F *+273727374
292
T54Bryan Baker  Tyler, TX+5F *+172697973
293
T54Travis Woolf  Fort Worth, TX+5F *E74747372
293
T56Roger Sloan  Canada+6F *+274717574
294
T56Ben McCaslin  Austin, TX+6F *+275707574
294
T56Thomas Kearney  San Antonio, TX+6F *E73717872
294
T56Raul Sanz  South America+6F *-271757870
294
T60Brian Mills  Ft. Worth, TX+7F+670737478
295
T60James Allenby  Canada+7F *+472727576
295
T60Craig Matthew  Canada+7F *+375737275
295
T63Daniel Brunson  Greenville, SC+8F *+575707477
296
T63Fergal Rafferty  Houston, TX+8F *+472717776
296
T65Matthew Harvey  Georgetown, TX+9F *+173727973
297
T65Andrew Dresser  Carrollton, TX+9F *+172757773
297
T65Bryce Easton  Grapevine, TX+9F *-174718171
297
68Robert Gwin  Montgomery, TX+10F *-173748071
298
69Jace Moore  Keller, TX+11F *+472727976
299
70Alfredo Adrian  Hallandale, FL+12F *-172768171
300
T71Chris Wall  Albuquerque, NM+13F *+577757277
301
T71Patrick Stolpe  Muskego, WI+13F *-581797467
301
73Julio Santos  Dominican Republic+14F *+574737877
302
T74Chris Ming  Edgewood, WA+16F *+274758174
304
T74Phillip Hui  San Antonio, TX+16F *+174787973
304
76Jeff Berkshire  Phoenix, AZ+20F *+873777880
308
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DQJeff Bell  Plano, TX+28  * 838081 
244
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Two-time champ Bubba fires 63 at Travelers

By Will GrayJune 22, 2018, 7:20 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – Amid a resurgent season that has already included a pair of wins, it only makes sense that Bubba Watson is back in contention at the Travelers Championship.

TPC River Highlands has been one of Watson’s favorite haunts over the years; it’s a layout where the southpaw’s creative approach is often rewarded. This is where he burst into tears after earning his first PGA Tour victory in 2010, and this is where he beat Paul Casey in a playoff to again lift the trophy in 2015.

He’ll once again have a late weekend tee time after firing a 7-under 63 during the second round, tying the low score of the week and moving to within three shots of Brian Harman’s 10-under total.

“Little bit less wind, little more confidence on the ball-striking, and I made putts,” Watson said. “The key is making putts. When you start making putts, that’s where you’re going to score a decent number.”


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Watson was well down the standings after opening with an even-par 70, a round that included three bogeys in a four-hole stretch on the back nine to negate progress he had made earlier in the day. But he ran into no such struggles the second time around, adding six birdies to an eagle on the par-5 13th hole when he hit his approach shot from 229 yards to within 18 inches of the hole.

The difference, according to Watson, was between the ears.

“Yesterday I was just thinking about some negative stuff instead of focusing on my target and focusing on the shot at hand,” Watson said. “I was focusing on hitting to the bunker, or focusing on, ‘Water is over here, so hit it over here.’ Just things like that, just things that you can’t do around the golf course.”

Watson was also a runner-up in 2012 here in addition to his two wins, and he has racked up nearly $3.5 million in earnings in 11 prior appearances. Once again thinking the right thoughts on one of his favorite tracks, he’s potentially 36 holes away from his third win since February.

“Obviously around here I feel pretty comfortable,” Watson said. “I can hit some shots around here, and I’ve made it work throughout some of the years.”

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Only putting is holding McIlroy back

By Will GrayJune 22, 2018, 6:48 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – Through two rounds of the Travelers Championship, the tee shots are towering and the approaches are accurate for Rory McIlroy. Now he just needs the putter to heat up.

McIlroy started to show signs of life during the second round last week at Shinnecock Hills before missing the cut, and after putting in some extra work honing his swing over the weekend, his tee-to-green game is worth boasting about at the halfway point at TPC River Highlands.

McIlroy has missed only five greens in regulation through two rounds, barely breaking a sweat en route to rounds of 64 and 69 that left him at 7 under. He’s within striking distance heading into the weekend, three shots behind Brian Harman, but might be topping the standings with a more cooperative putter.


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“I felt like I left a few out there,” McIlroy said. “I felt like I had a lot of good putts that just didn’t go in. I started them on line, did everything I needed to do, and it’s just one of those days where they were sliding by the edges.”

McIlroy took 32 putts to complete his second round, including a three-putt on No. 7 for his only bogey of the day and another three-putt on No. 13 that turned an eagle opportunity into a par. Already with a win under his belt this year at the Arnold Palmer Invitational when he knocked in putts from all directions during a final-round 64, McIlroy feels confident that he might be only a few rolls away from having another shot to contend in his second career trip to the Hartford-area stop.

“I think if I can put the ball in the fairway and hit my irons as good as I have been over the first couple of days, I’ll give myself a lot of chances for birdies,” McIlroy said. “It’s just about converting them and taking the opportunities when they present themselves.”

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Rosaforte Report: Toski lively, singing and ready to go home

By Tim RosaforteJune 22, 2018, 6:41 pm

Bob Toski sounded pretty good for a man near death last week. When we spoke on Friday, the 91-year-old teaching legend and former PGA Tour leading money winner was alive and feeling well. Especially when he was talking about giving lessons, swinging a golf club again, and going down to the piano bar at Arturo’s near his home in Boca Raton, Fla., to sing his favorite song, “Sentimental Journey."

“It’s been quite a journey,” Toski said in total bliss. “But I’m going home tomorrow.”

Going back 10 days, to June 12, Toski suffered a severe heart attack that had him on life support, in critical condition, at a hospital not far from the South Florida golf community where he’s pro emeritus at St. Andrews.

He opened 15 minutes on the phone on Friday by asking how much he owed me for the publicity he got during the U.S. Open. Typical Toski. His heart may have skipped a beat, but he hadn’t.

At no more than 120 pounds, still larger than life.


Bob Toski from his hospital bed in South Florida


“This is the mouse,” he said when asked to confirm it really was him on the phone. “The Mighty Mouse.”

We were laughing now, but there was a moment one night during “Live From the U.S. Open” when I got a message from the Boca hospital which sounded grim (hospital staff used a defibrillator on him six times during his stay). That’s when one of the friends by his side texted me and said it would be just like “Tosk” to sit up straight and ask everybody what was going on.

Essentially, that’s what happened. And now here he was on the phone, cracking off one-liners, talking about Brooks Koepka’s win at Shinnecock, giving his take on the USGA and course setup, asking how much I’d been playing, and giving his love to everybody at “The Channel.”

He invited me down for a lesson at St. Andrews and dinner at Arturos. “In a month’s time,” he said, “I’ll be ready to go.”

He sounded ready right now, singing a line from his favorite song, from his hospital bed in the happiest of voices, “Gotta set my heart at ease.”

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Spieth fades with 3-over 73: 'It's just golf'

By Will GrayJune 22, 2018, 6:10 pm

CROMWELL, Conn. – After finding nothing but positives for his first five trips around the course, Jordan Spieth finally suffered a setback at TPC River Highlands.

Spieth won the Travelers Championship last year in his tournament debut, and he quickly bounced back from a missed cut at Shinnecock Hills by firing a 7-under 63 in the opening round this week to take a share of the lead. Out early during the second round with a chance to move even further into red figures amid calm conditions, he instead went the other way.

Undone by a triple bogey on the par-5 13th hole, Spieth was 5 over for his first 14 holes and needed an eagle on the par-5 sixth hole for the second straight day simply to salvage a 3-over 73. The score knocked him back to 4 under for the week and six shots behind Brian Harman.

Despite finding three fewer fairways, three fewer greens in regulation and taking five more putts than he did in the opening round, Spieth still put a positive spin on a lackluster result.


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“I actually felt like I had better control of my golf swing than I did yesterday. I really struggled with my swing yesterday and I kind of got some good breaks,” Spieth said. “It’s just golf. It’s kind of like yesterday I got three or four shots extra out of the round, and today I lost three or four based on how I felt.”

Spieth was happy with his opening-round effort, but even after finishing late in the day he still went straight to the driving range that lines the ninth fairway at TPC River Highlands – not exactly standard behavior after grabbing a share of the lead.

“So it’s not like things are on,” he said. “Sometimes it can get disguised by rounds, but it’s not far off. It really is close.”

Spieth has lamented a lack of quality chances to win this year, which he has previously described as being within six shots of the lead heading into the final round. He’ll have some work to do to meet that mark this weekend in defense of his title, as his round hit a snag on No. 13, his fourth hole of the morning, when he pulled his tee shot out of bounds and then hit his subsequent approach into the water.

“For whatever reason, it’s a large fairway but it’s always just killed me,” Spieth said. “I don’t know what it is about the hole, but that hole I get on the tee and for whatever reason I struggle. … I just hit a bad shot at the wrong time there.”