First Stage PGA Tour Q-School Santee Calif - Carlton Oaks CC - COPIED

By Golf Channel DigitalNovember 17, 2010, 2:06 am
The top 23 and ties advanced to the second round of PGA Tour Q-school.
 Pos PlayerScoring To ParRoundsTotal
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1Oscar Serna  Mexico-11F-474676868277
2Peter Campbell  Encinitas, CA-10F-470716968278
T3David McDaniel  Tucson, AZ-7FE71677172281
T3Byron Smith  Palm Desert, CA-7F+272676874281
T5Chris Satterlee  Phoenix, AZ-6F-371707269282
T5Samuel Cyr  San Diego, CA-6F-173657371282
T5In-Hoi Hur  South Korea-6F-171716971282
T8Adam Hadwin  Canada-5F-269727270283
T8Lucas Lee  Torrance, CA-5F-171687371283
T8Joseph Bramlett  Saratoga, CA-5F-174677171283
T11Jason Kang  Fullerton, CA-4F-368767169284
T11Alex Aragon  San Diego, CA-4F-371737169284
T13Blake Parks  Phoenix, AZ-3F-272707370285
T13Kent Eger  Scottsdale, AZ-3F-174707071285
T13Bio Kim  South Korea-3FE70707372285
T13Kevin Larsen  Santa Barbara, CA-3FE69737172285
T17Justin Ahasic  Sugar Grove, IL-2F-370717669286
T17Tommy Barber  Burbank, CA-2F-372727369286
T17Kevin Kim  Rancho Santa Fe, CA-2F-274697370286
T17Mike Ruiz  Las Vegas, NV-2F-173717171286
T17Danny Wax  Pacific Palisades, CA-2F-172707371286
T17Knut Borsheim  Tempe, AZ-2FE71737072286
T17Danny Lee  Irving, TX-2F+268697574286
T17Kendall Critchfield  Tempe, AZ-2F+568717077286
T25Josh Habig  San Diego, CA-1F-273697570287
T25Phil Telliard  Riverside, CA-1F-373747169287
T25Nick Geyer  Albuquerque, NM-1F-274717270287
T25Blake Trimble  Rancho Santa Fe, CA-1F *-674757266287
T25David Dragoo  Scottsdale, AZ-1F+173707173287
T30Andrew Perez  Oxnard, CAEF-175717171288
T30Andrew Parr  CanadaEF *-474737368288
T30Mike Mezei  San Antonio, TXEF+273726974288
T30Drew Stoltz  Scottsdale, AZEF+374677275288
T30Mike Lavery  Mission Viejo, CAEF+470707276288
T35Rob Grube  Palo Alto, CA+1F *-169747571289
T35Brady Schnell  Gilbert, AZ+1FE70757272289
T35Todd Demsey  Scottsdale, AZ+1F+173766773289
T35Jae An  Peoria, AZ+1F+272727174289
T35Jesse Mueller  Mesa, AZ+1F+469717376289
40Jason Scrivener  Australia+2F+170757273290
T41Wes Heffernan  Canada+3F *E74737272291
T41Jarin Todd  Woodinville, WA+3F+276707174291
T43Jeremy Gearhart  Atascadero, CA+4F *+270717774292
T43Eric Meichtry  Murrieta, CA+4F *-175767071292
T43Bret Guetz  Scottsdale, AZ+4F *-174777071292
T43Brady Swedberg  Alexandria, MN+4F *-377727469292
T43Blaine Staggs  San Diego, CA+4F *-475757468292
T43David Bradshaw  Harpers Ferry, WV+4F+770737079292
49Vincent Johnson  Portland, OR+5F *E70747772293
T50Andrew Giuliani  New York, NY+6F *+170737873294
T50Kenny Ebalo  Las Vegas, NV+6F *E77747172294
T50Ken Tanigawa  Anthem, AZ+6F *-276727670294
T53Michael Baird  Castle Rock, CO+7F *+172747673295
T53David Hahn  Dana Point, CA+7F *E74737672295
T55Jonathan Sauer  St. Cloud, MN+8F *+275727574296
T55Daniel Licursi  Chandler, AZ+8F *+274757374296
T55Brett Paquet  Gilbert, AZ+8F *E77757272296
T58Nick Jones  Los Angeles, CA+9F *+276747374297
T58Darren Fletcher  Cave Creek, AZ+9F *E76757472297
T60Michael Choi  Australia+10F *+573737577298
T60Doug Batty  Beverly Hills, CA+10F *+474747476298
T60Ryan Thornberry  Ceres, CA+10F *+375717775298
T60Dale Clarke  New Zealand+10F *E73767772298
64Tye Alexander  Los Angeles, CA+11F *+776727279299
T65Corey Prugh  Spokane, WA+12F *+675747378300
T65Dong Hong  Los Angeles, CA+12F *+374727975300
T65Patrick Duffy  Appleton, WI+12F *+373747875300
T68Kyle Morris  Scottsdale, AZ+13F *+674727778301
T68Trevor Hiebing  La Quinta, CA+13F *+672757678301
T68Matt Johnston  Canada+13F *+374757775301
71Christian Green  Sisters, OR+14F *+276767674302
72Jumbo Kim  Las Vegas, NV+16F *+1074727682304
73Greg McAuley  Canada+19F *+677777578307
74Carl Smith  Laguna Beach, CA+20F *+677767778308
75Andrew Johnson  Mesa, AZ+24F *+281787974312
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WDAdam Porzak  Poway, CA+5  * 777272 221
WDBrandon Askew  Scottsdale, AZ+12  * 777675 228
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OB tee shot, bunker trouble dooms Rahm to MC

By Ryan LavnerJuly 20, 2018, 7:24 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – The key to surviving Carnoustie is avoiding the bunkers.

Jon Rahm found three bunkers to close out the front nine Friday, the start of a triple bogey-double-bogey run that led to a second-round 78 and missed cut at The Open.

“All of them were as bad a lie as they could have been,” he said. “Besides that, things didn’t happen. I can’t give an explanation, really. I don’t know.”

Rahm’s troubles started on the seventh hole, a par 4 with a steady left-to-right wind. Out of bounds loomed left, and Rahm, who primarily plays a cut shot, hadn’t missed left all week. This time, his ball didn’t curve, and the OB tee shot led to a triple.

“Whenever I start missing shots to the left,” he said, “it’s really hard for me to play.”  

After a career-best fourth-place finish at the Masters, Rahm has now missed the cut in consecutive majors.

“Right now I’m not in any mental state to think about what happened, to be honest,” he said.

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Three of world's top 5 MC; not 60-year-old Langer

By Mercer BaggsJuly 20, 2018, 7:04 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Three of the top five players in the world missed the cut at The Open.

Bernhard Langer did not.

The 60-year-old, who is in the field via his victory in last year’s Senior Open Championship, shot even-par 71 on Friday. At 2 over through 36 holes, he safely made it under the plus-3 cut line.

"You know, I've played the Masters [this year], made the cut. I'm here and made the cut. I think it is an accomplishment," he said. "There's a lot of great players in the field, and I've beaten a lot of very good players that are a lot younger than me."

Langer had three birdies and three bogeys in the second round and said afterwards that he was “fighting myself” with his swing. He’s spent the last few days on the phone with his swing coach, Willy Hoffman, trying to find some comfort.


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

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Despite his score, and his made cut, Langer the perfectionist wasn’t satisfied with the way he went about achieving his results.

"I wasn't happy with my ball-striking. My putting was good, but I was unlucky. I had like four lip-outs, no lip-ins. That part was good. But the ball-striking, I wasn't really comfortable with my swing," he said. "Just, it's always tough trying stuff in the middle of a round."

Langer, a two-time Masters champion, has never won The Open. He does, however, have six top-3 finishes in 30 prior starts.

As for finishing higher than some of the top-ranked players in the world, the World Golf Hall of Famer is taking it in stride.

"I'm not going to look and say, 'Oh, I beat Justin Rose or beat whatever.' But it just shows it's not easy. When some of the top 10 or top 20 in the world don't make the cut, it just shows that the setup is not easy," Langer said. "So I got the better half of the draw maybe, too, right? It wasn't much fun playing in the rain, I guess, this morning for five hours. I had to practice in the rain, but I think once I teed off, we never used umbrellas. So that was a blessing."

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Kisner doubles 18, defends not laying up

By Rex HoggardJuly 20, 2018, 6:42 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – It was only fitting that Jean Van de Velde was there working as an on-course reporter on Friday as Kevin Kisner struggled his way up Carnoustie’s 18th fairway.

Rolling along with a two-stroke lead, Kisner’s 8-iron approach shot from an awkward lie in the rough from 160 yards squirted right and bounced into Barry Burn, the winding creek where Van de Velde’s title chances at the 1999 Open Championship began to erode.

Unlike Van de Velde, who made a triple bogey-7 and lost The Open in a playoff, Kisner’s double bogey only cost him the solo lead and he still has 36 holes to make his closing miscue a distant memory. That’s probably why the 34-year-old seemed at ease with his plight.


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

Full coverage of the 147th Open Championship


“It just came out like a high flop shot to the right. It was weird. I don't know if it caught something or what happened,” said Kisner, who was tied with Zach Johnson and Zander Lombard at 6 under par. “You never know out of that grass. It was in a different grass than usual. It was wet, green grass instead of the brown grass. So I hadn't really played from that too much.”

Like most in this week’s field Kisner also understands that rounds on what is widely considered the most difficult major championship venue can quickly unravel even with the most innocent of mistakes.

“To play 35 holes without a double I thought was pretty good,” he said. “I've kept the ball in play, done everything I wanted to do all the way up into that hole. Just one of those things that came out completely different than we expected. I'll live with that more than chipping out and laying up from 20 feet.”

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Wind, not rain more a weekend factor at Open

By Mercer BaggsJuly 20, 2018, 6:39 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – After a half-day of rain in Round 2 of the 147th Open Championship, the weekend offers a much drier forecast.

Saturday at Carnoustie is projected to be mostly cloudy with a high of 62 degrees and only a 20 percent chance of rain.


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

Full coverage of the 147th Open Championship


Sunday calls for much warmer conditions, with temperatures rising upwards of 73 degrees under mostly cloudy skies.

Wind might be the only element the players have to factor in over the final 36 holes. While the winds will be relatively calm on Saturday, expected around 10-15 mph, they could increase to 25 mph in the final round.