PGA Tour Q-School second stage: McKinney, Texas

By Golf Channel DigitalNovember 21, 2011, 6:49 pm

TPC Craig Ranch: Top 21 and ties advance

 Pos  Player Scoring To Par Rounds Total
Total Thru Current 1 2 3 4
1 Andy Bare  West End, NC -14 F -1 68 67 68 71 274
T2 Paul Haley  Dallas, TX -13 F -5 71 67 70 67 275
T2 Brenden Pappas  McKinney, TX -13 F -2 74 66 65 70 275
T4 Edward Loar  Dallas, TX -12 F -1 71 66 68 71 276
T4 Travis Wadkins  Dallas, TX -12 F -1 67 68 70 71 276
T6 Thomas Hoge  Fargo, ND -11 F -3 69 70 69 69 277
T6 Clayton Rask  Otsego, MN -11 F -2 66 72 69 70 277
T6 Brad Fritsch  Holly Springs, NC -11 F -2 68 67 72 70 277
T6 Brian Anderson  Jupiter, FL -11 F -1 68 68 70 71 277
T6 Brent Witcher  Atlanta, GA -11 F +2 67 68 68 74 277
T11 Robert Streb  Edmond, OK -10 F +1 66 69 70 73 278
T11 Colt Knost  Dallas, TX -10 F E 69 67 70 72 278
T11 James Love  Canada -10 F +1 67 72 66 73 278
T14 Will Dodson  Dallas, TX -9 F -1 69 70 69 71 279
T14 Brendan Gielow  Muskegon, MI -9 F -1 69 73 66 71 279
T16 Martin Piller  Plano, TX -8 F -3 72 70 69 69 280
T16 Tag Ridings  Keller, TX -8 F -2 66 72 72 70 280
T16 Oscar Serna  Mexico -8 F -2 70 71 69 70 280
T16 Chris Tidland  Stillwater, OK -8 F E 67 69 72 72 280
T20 Craig Hock  Gilbert, AZ -7 F -2 69 70 72 70 281
T20 Carlos Franco  Palm City, FL -7 F -1 70 69 71 71 281
T20 Scott Dunlap  Duluth, GA -7 F E 70 68 71 72 281
T20 Nathan Green  Melbourne, FL -7 F E 69 67 73 72 281
T20 Brady Stockton  Cave Creek, AZ -7 F +2 70 68 69 74 281
T25 Jerry Richardson  Cary, NC -6 F -2 70 70 72 70 282
T25 Federico Cabrera  Argentina -6 F -2 67 75 70 70 282
T25 Dustin Risdon  Canada -6 F * -2 69 74 69 70 282
T25 Scott Pinckney  Cave Creek, AZ -6 F -1 69 70 72 71 282
T25 Drew Lethem  Kansas City, KS -6 F -1 66 74 71 71 282
T30 Julian Etulain  Miami, FL -5 F E 70 68 73 72 283
T30 Thomas Bliefnick  Decatur, IL -5 F E 68 72 71 72 283
T30 Paul Stankowski  Flower Mound, TX -5 F +1 70 66 74 73 283
T33 Scott Gordon  Fair Oaks, CA -4 F E 69 72 71 72 284
T33 Mike Capone  Orlando, FL -4 F +1 70 72 69 73 284
T33 Nick Obie  Scottsdale, AZ -4 F +1 70 70 71 73 284
T33 Zack Reeves  Arlington, TX -4 F +1 73 69 69 73 284
T33 Alex Prugh  Spokane, WA -4 F * -3 72 69 74 69 284
T33 Stuart Deane  Arlington, TX -4 F * -3 71 74 70 69 284
T33 Derek Berg  Kenmore, WA -4 F * -5 71 70 76 67 284
T33 Will Mitchell  Canada -4 F +4 68 67 73 76 284
T41 Scott Feaster  Columbia, SC -3 F +3 65 69 76 75 285
T41 Jeremy Alcorn  Brownwood, TX -3 F * -3 71 71 74 69 285
T41 Chris Baryla  El Paso, TX -3 F +4 67 73 69 76 285
T44 Ryan Spears  Del City, OK -2 F * +2 73 65 74 74 286
T44 Richard Saferian  Tucson, AZ -2 F * E 71 68 75 72 286
T44 Tom Scherrer  Raleigh, NC -2 F * -1 69 72 74 71 286
T44 Todd Hamilton  Westlake, TX -2 F * -1 72 72 71 71 286
T44 Brett Waldman  Hurst, TX -2 F * -1 71 75 69 71 286
T49 Jarrod Barsamian  Ponte Vedra Beach, FL -1 F * +2 71 72 70 74 287
T49 Trent Whitekiller  Sallisaw, OK -1 F +5 69 70 71 77 287
51 Danny Wax  Pacific Palisades, CA E F * +2 68 70 76 74 288
T52 Christian Espinoza  Chile +1 F * +3 70 70 74 75 289
T52 Shawn Warren  Windham, ME +1 F * +1 68 75 73 73 289
T52 Ted Brown  Glen Allen, VA +1 F * E 70 69 78 72 289
T52 Matt Weibring  Dallas, TX +1 F * -2 72 70 77 70 289
T56 Brent Long  Carthage, TN +2 F * +1 73 69 75 73 290
T56 Christopher Ward  McKinney, TX +2 F * -1 73 72 74 71 290
T58 Eddie Olson  Aptos, CA +3 F * +4 71 74 70 76 291
T58 Paul Imondi  Tustin, CA +3 F * +3 70 74 72 75 291
T58 Andrew Buckle  Cleveland, OH +3 F * +2 72 71 74 74 291
T58 Jack Newman  Des Moines, IA +3 F * -2 74 71 76 70 291
T58 Scott Gutschewski  Prosper, TX +3 F * -2 77 69 75 70 291
T58 Brandon Harkins  Walnut Creek, CA +3 F * -3 73 72 77 69 291
T58 Peter Uihlein  Orlando, FL +3 F * -3 74 76 72 69 291
T65 Jerod Turner  Hurst, TX +4 F * +4 70 75 71 76 292
T65 James Allenby  Canada +4 F * +2 69 77 72 74 292
T67 Greg Mason  Tulsa, OK +5 F * +6 67 78 70 78 293
T67 Joshua Warthen  Arroyo Grande, CA +5 F * +1 71 75 74 73 293
T67 Matthew Smith  Lubbock, TX +5 F * E 73 73 75 72 293
70 Blaine Staggs  El Cajon, CA +6 F * +7 69 74 72 79 294
T71 Nico Geyger  Chile +8 F * +5 72 73 74 77 296
T71 Jason Hill  Rockwall, TX +8 F * +3 73 70 78 75 296
T73 Joseph Wheeler  Bethany, OK +9 F * +2 77 71 75 74 297
T73 Steven Lecuyer  Conway, AR +9 F * E 71 72 82 72 297
T75 Patrick Grady  Broomfield, CO +10 F * +8 68 73 77 80 298
T75 Derek Bohlen  Fountain Hills, AZ +10 F * +5 69 73 79 77 298
77 Joe Kinney  Antioch, IL +12 F * +3 74 74 77 75 300
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DQ Jae An  Peoria, AZ +8   *   73 75 76   224
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2018 NCAA Golf Championships TV Schedule

By Golf Channel DigitalMay 21, 2018, 12:29 pm

Golf Channel will shine a spotlight on college golf across the next two weeks at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s and Men’s Golf National Championships. With more than 60 hours of live tournament and news coverage on-site from Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater Oklahoma (Monday-Wednesday May 21-23 and May 28-30), Golf Channel’s coverage connects 18 straight days of live tournament golf.

Watch live coverage of the NCAA Golf Championships beginning Monday, May 21 at 4pm ET on Golf Channel and streaming.

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Golf Channel NCAA Women’s Golf Championships Coverage (all times ET)

Monday, May 21: Individual National Championship  4-8 p.m. (Live)

Tuesday, May 22:Quarterfinals, Team Match Play 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Live)

Tuesday, May 22: Semifinals, Team Match Play 4-8 p.m. (Live)

Wednesday, May 23:Team Match Play National Championship 4-8 p.m. (Live)

 

Golf Channel NCAA Men’s Golf Championships Coverage (all times ET)

Monday, May 28: Individual National Championship 4-8 p.m. (Live)

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Wednesday, May 30: Team Match Play National Championship 4-8 p.m. (Live)

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AT&T Byron Nelson purse payout: Wise a millionaire

By Golf Channel DigitalMay 21, 2018, 12:05 pm

PGA Tour rookie Aaron Wise earned his first Tour title on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at Trinity Forest:

1 Aaron Wise -23 $1,386,000
2 Marc Leishman -20 $831,600
T3 Branden Grace -19 $400,400
T3 J.J. Spaun -19 $400,400
T3 Keith Mitchell -19 $400,400
T6 Ryan Blaum -16 $257,950
T6 Kevin Na -16 $257,950
T6 Jimmy Walker -16 $257,950
T9 Adam Scott -15 $207,900
T9 Charles Howell III -15 $207,900
T9 Kevin Tway -15 $207,900
12 Brian Gay -14 $177,100
T13 Rory Sabbatini -13 $148,867
T13 Ethan Tracy -13 $148,867
T13 Matt Jones -13 $148,867
T16 Russell Knox -12 $115,500
T16 Hideki Matsuyama -12 $115,500
T16 Bronson Burgoon -12 $115,500
T16 Derek Fathauer -12 $115,500
T16 Joel Dahmen -12 $115,500
T21 Jordan Spieth -11 $80,080
T21 Billy Horschel -11 $80,080
T21 Robert Garrigus -11 $80,080
T21 Peter Uihlein -11 $80,080
T21 Martin Piller -11 $80,080
T26 Tyler Duncan -10 $55,825
T26 Anirban Lahiri -10 $55,825
T26 Parker McLachlin -10 $55,825
T26 Martin Flores -10 $55,825
T26 J.T. Poston -10 $55,825
T26 Shawn Stefani -10 $55,825
T32 Cody Gribble -9 $39,116
T32 Johnson Wagner -9 $39,116
T32 Geoff Ogilvy -9 $39,116
T32 Nick Taylor -9 $39,116
T32 C.T. Pan -9 $39,116
T32 Scott Piercy -9 $39,116
T32 Nicholas Lindheim -9 $39,116
T32 Fabian Gomez -9 $39,116
T32 Beau Hossler -9 $39,116
T32 Nate Lashley -9 $39,116
T42 Zac Blair -8 $23,184
T42 Abraham Ancer -8 $23,184
T42 Maverick McNealy -8 $23,184
T42 Denny McCarthy -8 $23,184
T42 Jonathan Byrd -8 $23,184
T42 Eric Axley -8 $23,184
T42 Sam Ryder -8 $23,184
T42 Brian Stuard -8 $23,184
T42 J.B. Holmes -8 $23,184
T42 Sung-hoon Kang -8 $23,184
T42 Andrew Putnam -8 $23,184
T53 Ben Crane -7 $17,659
T53 Steve Wheatcroft -7 $17,659
T53 Troy Merritt -7 $17,659
T53 Patrick Rodgers -7 $17,659
T53 Corey Conners -7 $17,659
T53 Robert Streb -7 $17,659
T59 Ryan Armour -6 $16,632
T59 Peter Malnati -6 $16,632
T59 Vaughn Taylor -6 $16,632
T59 Dominic Bozzelli -6 $16,632
T59 Adam Schenk -6 $16,632
T59 Hudson Swafford -6 $16,632
T59 Michael Thompson -6 $16,632
T66 Matt Atkins -5 $15,862
T66 Roberto Diaz -5 $15,862
T66 T.J. Vogel -5 $15,862
69 Sang-Moon Bae -4 $15,554
T70 Tom Lovelady -3 $15,246
T70 Cameron Percy -3 $15,246
T70 Rod Pampling -3 $15,246
73 Brian Davis -1 $14,938
74 Mark Wilson 1 $14,784
75 Robert Allenby 2 $14,630
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Howell, Uihlein qualify for U.S. Open via OWGR

By Will GrayMay 21, 2018, 11:02 am

Charles Howell III and Peter Uihlein both used strong play at the AT&T Byron Nelson to maintain their positions inside the top 60 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking, thereby ensuring exemptions to next month's U.S. Open.

Howell moved up three spots to No. 56 in the world thanks to a T-9 finish at Trinity Forest. He'll make his 10th career U.S. Open appearance, but just his second since 2009. Howell missed the cut at Olympic in 2012.

Uihlein finished T-21 in Dallas, which was barely enough to hold onto a top-60 spot as he actually fell two positions to No. 59. The former U.S. Amateur champ will make his third U.S. Open appearance and second in as many years.


Updated Official World Golf Ranking


The drama for the final spot came down to the wire on Sunday, where Adam Scott's bid to unseat Chesson Hadley at No. 60 came up just short. Needing a solo ninth-place finish, Scott ended up in a three-way tie for ninth to begin the new week at No. 61. Hadley, who didn't play the Nelson, remained No. 60 and will make his U.S. Open debut.

Others to punch tickets to Shinnecock Hills include No. 52 Luke List, No. 53 Chez Reavie and No. 57 Dylan Frittelli. A second and final top-60 cutoff will be done based off the June 11 world rankings following the FedEx St. Jude Classic, with U.S. Open sectional qualifying conducted in England and the U.S. on June 4.

The only change among the top 10 in the rankings this week came at No. 10, where Paul Casey moved past Tommy Fleetwood despite an off week for both players. Justin Thomas remains world No. 1 for a second week, followed by Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm and Justin Rose. Rickie Fowler remains No. 6, with Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Hideki Matsuyama and Casey rounding out the top 10.

Taking the week off following a T-11 finish at The Players Championship, Tiger Woods fell two spots to No. 82.

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After Further Review: Nelson lost in the shuffle?

By Golf Channel DigitalMay 21, 2018, 3:40 am

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.

On the Nelson's future ...

If the goal was “different” by bringing the AT&T Byron Nelson to Trinity Forest, consider it achieved. But bringing a world-class field south of Dallas could still be tricky.

Yes, the tournament can always rely on local resident and AT&T spokesman Jordan Spieth to throw his hat in the ring. But even with Spieth strolling the fairways this week, the field strength was among the worst all season for a full-point event.

The debut of the sprawling, links-like layout likely did little to sway the undecideds, with only the third round offering the challenging conditions that course co-designer Ben Crenshaw had envisioned. And the schedule won’t do them any favors next year, as a revamped itinerary likely puts the Nelson right before the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.

The course will inevitably get better with age, and Spieth expects positive word of mouth to spread. But it might be a while before the stars truly align for an event that, for the moment, feels lost in the shuffle of a hectic schedule. – Will Gray


On Jordan Spieth's putting ...

Jordan Spieth’s putting is plainly bad right now, but it isn’t going to stay this bad forever.

He is the second ranked player on Tour in strokes gained: tee-to-green, just like he was last year. This putting slump has lingered, but it’s unfathomable to think this guy just forgot how to putt.

Sooner rather than later he’s going to remember he’s Jordan Spieth and the 40-footers are going to start pouring in. He’ll be telling Greller to go get the ball because he’s too far away and the tee is in the other direction.

Bottom line, the ball striking is for real and the putting slump will pass. He’ll win soon – maybe even as soon as this week. – Nick Menta


On golf and gambling ...

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court over tuned a federal ban on sports betting in most states, a move the PGA Tour and many professional sports leagues embraced as a tool to both build fan interest and grow revenue.

Experts estimate sports betting could become a $150-$200 billion annual industry, and even a small piece of that could be significant for golf, but there will be risks.

Unlike any other sport, golf is played on multiple fields simultaneously, which inherently creates risks when gambling is introduced to the equation. Although the Tour has gone to great pains to head off any potential problems, like all bets gambling comes with great rewards, and great risks. – Rex Hoggard