PGA Tour Q-School second stage: Brooksville, Fla.

By Golf Channel DigitalNovember 21, 2011, 6:39 pm

Southern Hills Plantation Club: Top 21 and ties advance

 Pos  Player Scoring To Par Rounds Total
Total Thru Current 1 2 3 4
1 James Pettitt  Murfreesboro, TN -17 F -4 63 68 72 68 271
T2 Brian Harman  Saint Simon Island, GA -11 F -1 70 68 68 71 277
T2 Jimmy Lytle  Ocean Ridge, FL -11 F +1 68 72 64 73 277
T4 Harris English  St Simons, GA -10 F -2 68 70 70 70 278
T4 Andy Winings  Brownsburg, IN -10 F -1 70 70 67 71 278
T4 Robert Gamez  Orlando, FL -10 F E 65 72 69 72 278
T7 Derek Fathauer  Jupiter, FL -9 F -2 68 70 71 70 279
T7 Chris Wilson  Dublin, OH -9 F -1 68 70 70 71 279
T9 Jim Renner  Orlando, FL -8 F -1 69 75 65 71 280
T9 Sam Saunders  Orlando, FL -8 F +3 68 67 70 75 280
T11 Adam Long  Lake St. Louis, MO -7 F -1 71 67 72 71 281
T11 Stephen Gangluff  Charlottesville, VA -7 F E 65 71 73 72 281
T11 Andy Matthews  Ada, MI -7 F +1 70 70 68 73 281
T14 Ben Briscoe  Mobile, AL -6 F -5 67 76 72 67 282
T14 Chris DeForest  Purcellville, VA -6 F * -5 72 72 71 67 282
T14 Ty Tryon  Orlando, FL -6 F -1 69 68 74 71 282
T14 Patrick Sheehan  Oviedo, FL -6 F +1 70 72 67 73 282
T18 Corey Nagy  Charlotte, NC -5 F -3 72 69 73 69 283
T18 Brad Benjamin  Rockford, IL -5 F -2 71 73 69 70 283
T18 Brian Duncan  Mt. Pleasant, SC -5 F * -4 73 73 69 68 283
T18 Alexandre Rocha  Windermere, FL -5 F E 72 69 70 72 283
T18 Lee Janzen  Orlando, FL -5 F +5 68 69 69 77 283
T23 Jonathan Moore  Purcellville, VA -4 F -2 74 71 69 70 284
T23 Justin Bolli  Simpsonville, SC -4 F -1 72 67 74 71 284
T23 Brad Brunner  Tampa, FL -4 F E 69 74 69 72 284
T23 Robert Damron  Orlando, FL -4 F +1 75 71 65 73 284
T23 Frank Lickliter  Ponte Vedra Beach, FL -4 F +2 74 67 69 74 284
T23 Samuel DelValOnaderra  Augusta, GA -4 F +3 69 70 70 75 284
T23 Brandon Brown  Shelbyville, KY -4 F +4 68 71 69 76 284
T30 Jon Turcott  Cary, NC -3 F -1 74 69 71 71 285
T30 David Johnson  Palm Bay, FL -3 F * -2 76 70 69 70 285
T30 Will Strickler  Gainesville, FL -3 F * -2 69 72 74 70 285
T30 Ryan Nelson  Charleston, SC -3 F +1 70 70 72 73 285
T30 Fran Quinn  Holden, MA -3 F +2 72 68 71 74 285
T30 Steve Dartnall  Australia -3 F * -5 76 71 71 67 285
T30 David Branshaw  Tampa, FL -3 F +4 69 69 71 76 285
T37 John Hahn  Las Vegas, NV -2 F * -1 70 73 72 71 286
T37 Jon Mills  Indiana, PA -2 F E 72 72 70 72 286
T37 Ben Martin  Greenwood, SC -2 F +2 67 69 76 74 286
T37 Justin Martinson  Avondale, PA -2 F * -1 73 73 69 71 286
T37 Frank Adams  Salisbury, NC -2 F * -2 69 74 73 70 286
T42 Sebastian Saavedra  Argentina -1 F * E 75 69 71 72 287
T42 Dan Payton  Naples, FL -1 F * -2 74 70 73 70 287
T42 Jim Troy  Maitland, FL -1 F * -4 72 76 71 68 287
T45 Joe Durant  Gulf Breeze, FL E F * +1 72 70 73 73 288
T45 Randall Hutchison  Traverse City, MI E F * +1 68 74 73 73 288
T45 Kyle Willmann  Palm City, FL E F +3 77 67 69 75 288
T45 Michael Letzig  Kansas City, MO E F * E 69 74 73 72 288
T45 Korey Mahoney  Thompsonville, MI E F * -1 68 75 74 71 288
T45 Connor Arendell  Cape Coral, FL E F +5 73 70 68 77 288
T51 Will MacKenzie  Tequesta, FL +1 F * -2 72 74 73 70 289
T51 Andrew Loupe  Baton Rouge, LA +1 F * -3 76 77 67 69 289
T53 Danny Ellis  Heathrow, FL +2 F +3 71 73 71 75 290
T53 Sunny Kim  Charlotte, NC +2 F * +3 73 70 72 75 290
T53 Tommy Rymer  Sarasota, FL +2 F * +2 70 73 73 74 290
T53 Eric Axley  Knoxville, TN +2 F * +2 77 69 70 74 290
T53 Derrick Bohannon  Palm City, FL +2 F * +1 71 75 71 73 290
T53 Chris Gold  Haddonfield, NJ +2 F * -1 70 72 77 71 290
T53 Jeff Dennis  Ponte Vedra Beach, FL +2 F * -3 74 74 73 69 290
60 Drew Weaver  St Simons Island, GA +3 F * -1 75 73 72 71 291
T61 Scott Weatherly  Fort Payne, AL +6 F * +4 73 73 72 76 294
T61 Kevin Johnson  Palm Beach Gardens, FL +6 F * +1 75 73 73 73 294
T61 Mike Mezei  Canada +6 F * -3 72 77 76 69 294
T64 Eddie Lee  New Zealand +7 F * +6 69 73 75 78 295
T64 Peter Laws  Canada +7 F * +6 77 70 70 78 295
66 Alan Wagner  Argentina +10 F * +2 75 75 74 74 298
67 Mark Laskey  Wales +12 F * -1 78 76 75 71 300
68 Phillip Mollica  Greenville, SC +17 F * +5 74 80 74 77 305
69 Scott Langley  Singer Island, FL +18 F * +4 76 78 76 76 306
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WD Nick Flanagan  Charleston, SC +5     70 76 75   221
WD Alfredo Garcia-Heredia  Spain +7     73 75 75   223
WD Ted Tryba  Orlando, FL +9     77 73 75   225
DQ Jay Williamson  St. Louis, MO +4   *   74 74 72   220
DQ Bryan DeCorso  Windermere, FL +6   *   75 73 74   222
DQ Trevor Murphy  Scottsdale, AZ +7   *   75 75 73   223
JWD Hugo Leon  Tequesta, FL E     69 75     144
JWD Jeff Curl  Talladega, AL                
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Alabama faces 'buzzsaw' Arizona for NCAA title

By Ryan LavnerMay 23, 2018, 2:00 am

STILLWATER, Okla. – There was no way Laura Ianello could sleep Monday night, not after that dramatic ending at the NCAA Women’s Championship. So at 12:15 a.m., the Arizona coach held court in the laundry room at the Holiday Inn, washing uniforms and munching on mozzarella sticks and fried chicken strips from Sonic, her heart still racing.

Ianello got only three hours of sleep, and who could blame her?

The Wildcats had plummeted down the team standings during the final round of stroke-play qualifying, and were 19 over par for the day, when junior transfer Bianca Pagdanganan arrived on the 17th hole.

“Play the best two holes of your life,” Ianello told her, and so Pagdanganan did, making a solid par on 17 and then ripping a 6-iron from 185 yards out of a divot to 30 feet. There was a massive leaderboard positioned to the right of the par-5 18th green, but Pagdanganan never peeked. The only way for Arizona to force a play-five, count-four playoff with Baylor and reach match play was to sink the putt, and when it dropped, the Wildcats lost their minds, shrieking and jumping over the ropes and hugging anyone in sight.

Watching the action atop the hill, Alabama coach Mic Potter shook his head.

“I was really glad we didn’t win the tiebreaker for the No. 1 seed,” he said, “because they’re a buzzsaw with a lot of momentum.”

Given new life, Arizona dispatched Baylor by three strokes in the playoff, then turned its attention to top-seeded UCLA in the quarterfinals on Tuesday morning.


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Facing two first-team All-Americans, the Wildcats beat them, too, continuing the curse of the medalist. In the afternoon, worried that the adrenaline would wear off, Ianello watched her squad make quick work of Stanford, 4-1.

“They’ve got a lot of great momentum, a lot of great team energy,” Stanford coach Anne Walker said. “They thought they were going home, and now they’ve got a chip on their shoulder. They’re playing with an edge.”

After a marathon doubleheader Tuesday at Karsten Creek, Arizona now has a date with Alabama in the final match of this NCAA Championship.

And the Wildcats better rest up.

Alabama looks unstoppable.

“They’re rolling off a lot of momentum right now,” Ianello said. “We know Alabama is a good team. But they’re super excited and pumped. It’s not the high of making it [Monday]; now they’ve got a chance to win. They know they have to bring it.”

Even fully rested, Arizona will be a significant underdog against top-ranked Alabama.

After failing to reach match play each of the past two years, despite being the top overall seed, the Tide wouldn’t be stopped from steamrolling their competition this time.

They roughed up Kent State, 4-1, in the quarterfinals, then frontloaded their lineup with three first-team All-Americans – Lauren Stephenson, Kristen Gillman and Cheyenne Knight – in their semifinal tilt against Southern Cal.

Potter said that he was just trying to play the matchups, but the move sent a clear signal.

“It gets pretty tedious when you never miss fairways and hole a lot of putts and your opponent knows that you’re not going to spray it,” Potter said. “That’s tough to match up against.”

They breezed to the first three points, draining any drama out of the semifinals. Of the 99 holes that Bama’s Big 3 played Tuesday, they trailed after only two.

“We’re always consistent,” Stephenson said, “and that’s exactly what you need in match play. Someone has to go really low to beat us.”

That Arizona even has that chance to dethrone the Tide seemed inconceivable a few months ago.

The Wildcats had a miserable fall and were ranked 39th at the halfway point of the season. On Christmas Day, one of the team’s best players, Krystal Quihuis, sent a text to Ianello that she was turning pro. Once she relayed the news, the team felt abandoned, but it also had a newfound motivation.

“They wanted to prove that they’re a great team, even without her,” Ianello said.

It also was a case of addition by subtraction: Out went the individual-minded Quihuis and in came Yu-Sang Ho, an incoming freshman whom Ianello described as a “bright, shining light.”

Because incorporating a top-tier junior at the midway point can be intimidating, Ianello organized a lively team retreat at the Hilton El Conquistador in Tucson, where they made vision boards and played games blindfolded.

They laughed that weekend and all throughout the spring – or at least until Pagnanganan made that last-ditch eagle putt Monday. Then tears streamed down Ianello’s face.

Folding uniforms after midnight, she regaled Alabama assistant coach Susan Rosenstiel with stories from their emotional day on the cut line, not even considering that they might face each other two days later for a national title. She was too delirious to ponder that.

“I feel like a new mother with a newborn baby,” Ianello said. “But we’re going off of adrenaline. This team has all the momentum they need to get it done.”

Yes, somehow, the last team into the match-play field might soon be the last team standing.

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Pairings, tee times set for championship match

By Jay CoffinMay 23, 2018, 1:02 am

STILLWATER, Okla. – Alabama coach Mic Potter has three first-team All-Americans on this team. It’s little surprise that all three are going out first in the Crimson Tide’s championship match against Arizona Wednesday at Karsten Creek.

Potter tinkered with his lineup in both the quarterfinal victory over Kent State and the semifinal win over USC. But with the NCAA title on the line, this one was a no brainer.

“We don’t want to sacrifice anything,” Potter said. “We just want to give ourselves a chance to win every match.”

Arizona kept its lineup the same all day Tuesday in defeating Pac-12 foes UCLA and Stanford in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. That meant junior Bianca Pagdanganan, the Wildcats grittiest player this week, was in the last match of the day. She won twice.

Now, with all the marbles riding on the championship match, Arizona coach Laura Ianello moved Pagdanganan up to the third spot to assure that her match is key to the final outcome.

Junior Haley Moore, Arizona’s best player all year, is in the fifth spot and will face Alabama senior Lakareber Abe.

“Win or lose tomorrow, this has been a helluva ride,” Ianello said.


Alabama (2) vs. Arizona (8)

3:25PM ET: Lauren Stephenson (AL) vs. Yu-Sang Hou (AZ)

3:35PM ET: Kristen Gillman (AL) vs. Gigi Stoll (AZ)

3:45PM ET: Cheyenne Knight (AL) vs. Bianca Pagdanganan (AZ)

3:55PM ET: Angelica Moresco (AL) vs. Sandra Nordaas (AZ)

4:05PM ET: Lakareber Abe (AL) vs. Haley Moore (AZ)

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Women's NCAA finals: Arizona vs. Alabama

By Jay CoffinMay 22, 2018, 11:49 pm

STILLWATER, Okla. – It’s the SEC vs. the Pac 12 for the women’s NCAA Championship; Alabama vs. Arizona, to be more specific.

Both the Crimson Tide and Wildcats cruised in their respective semifinal matches Tuesday at Karsten Creek. Alabama easily beat USC, 3-1-1; Arizona defeated match-play juggernaut Stanford, 4-1.

Alabama’s top three players, Lauren Stephenson, Kristen Gillman and Cheyenne Knight were unstoppable forces in both matches on the marathon day. Stacked in the top three positions in the semifinals all three won their matches on the 17th hole, making the last two matches inconsequential.


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Arizona, the eighth seed, won as decisively as second-seeded Alabama, but needed a miracle to be in this position in the first place.

Junior Bianca Pagdanganan drained a 30-footer for eagle on the last hole of stroke play on Monday to get the Wildcats into a playoff against Baylor, which they won on the second hole. Then on Tuesday, presumably running on fumes, they downed top-seeded UCLA in the morning, then crushed Pac-12 foe Stanford in the afternoon.

Pagdanganan, Gigi Stoll and Hayley Moore each won both matches for Arizona on the hot, draining day.

“I don’t want to let them down so I do my best to rise to the occasion,” Pagdanganan said.

Said Arizona coach Laura Ianello: “How many players, when you tell them under pressure that you need them, can really handle it,” Ianello said about Pagdanganan. “This kid can.”

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NCAA DI Women's Champ.: Scoring, TV times

By Golf Channel DigitalMay 22, 2018, 11:30 pm

The NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship is underway at Kartsen Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.

After three days of stroke play, eight teams advanced to the match-play portion of the championship. Quarterfinals and semifinals were contested Tuesday, with the finals being held on Wednesday. Golf Channel is airing the action live.

Wake Forest junior Jennifer Kupcho won the individual title. Click here for live finals action, beginning at 4 p.m. ET.

Scoring:

TV Times (all times ET):

Wednesday
4-8PM: Match-play finals (Click here to watch live)