Friday, October 29, 2010
Miller Makes Charge and Tour Qualifying School Update
Zack Miller (2007) fired a second round 69 to charge 23 spots up the leaderboard at the season ending Nationwide Tour Championship at Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina. Currently 55th on the money list, Miller will most likely need at least a third place or higher finish to jump inside the top 25 on the money list and secure his 2011 PGA Tour card. If not Miller will be exempt into the final stage of the PGA Tour qualifying school if inside the top 40 on the money list at weekend's end. Miller is assured an exemption into the second stage if he remains outside the top 40.
In other news, Joe Bramlett (2010) and Alex Aragon (2000) successfully made it through the first stage of qualifying school at Carlton Oaks in Santee, CA. Rob Grube (2008) finished outside the cut line at Carlton Oaks as did Joel Kribel (1999) at the Club at Irish Creek in North Carolina.
Dodge Kemmer (2009) is currently tied for 14th with two rounds remaining in the first stage event at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont, CA. The top 22 and ties will move onto the second stage.
Posted by Pat Phillips at 3:04 PM