Complete coverage: 2017 Web.com Tour Q-School, second stage

The second theatre of 2017 Web.com Tour Q-School takes place Oct. 31-Nov. 10 during 5 sites opposite a U.S.

We’ll keep lane of a formula as any site finishes, and yield we with information on notables who modernized to final stage, and those who didn’t.

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Dothan, Ala.

Highland Oaks (Magnolia/Highlands), Dothan, Ala., Oct. 31-Nov. 3

Final results

Advancing to second stage: Top 19 and ties

Medalist: Andrew Novak posts 4 sub-70 rounds for a 17-under sum and a three-shot victory. The Mount Pleasant, S.C., product indeed began his week 2 over by 5 interjection to 3 early bogeys, though an eagle and 3 birdies a rest of a spin got him a 3-under 69.  He was good on gait to feat after a second-round 66.

Novak is a former Wofford actor who finished his college career in 2017. He won 4 times for a Terriers in his final dual seasons and was a 2017 Southern Conference Golfer of a Year. He’s also a actor who made a  putt of 100-plus feet during an NCAA regional. He’ll now demeanour to acquire his Web.com Tour label during final stage.

Notables who advanced: Joaquin Niemann, a 18-year-old wunderkind from Chile, opens and closes with 67s to finish 14 underneath and journey to final theatre interjection to a solo second finish. The Chilean is a World Amateur No. 1 and has turned heads with a array of large performances during junior, pledge and pro events. He’s finished so good that – total with not scoring good adequate on a TOEFL examination – he has set his sights on branch pro rather than attending a University of South Florida. He was free into second theatre given of his No. 1 ranking and has now corroborated it up. If he does get a Web.com Tour card, we might seem him in pro golf then. … Former North Carolina golfer Carter Jenkins fires 3 sub-70 rounds to finish T-4 and allege with ease. … Kevin Hall, deaf given age 2, continue to infer his talent. The Cincinnati local indeed non-stop in 77 and could usually follow with 71, though a 66-68 finish rocketed him to T-10 during 6 underneath and authorised him to advance. Hall was a 2004 Big Ten particular champion during Ohio State and he’s competed in 18 PGA and Web.com Tour events combined. He’s looking for full standing on Web for a initial time. … Matthew Oshrine, who finished his career during Duke in 2017, moves on notwithstanding usually one sub-par round. The Baltimore actor who is still an pledge did so by banishment a third-round 61! He finished a week in a tie for 10th during 6 under.

Notables who did not advance: Scott Kelly, a medalist during initial stage, closes in 73 to finish a week during 2 under. That puts him one shot brief of advancing to final stage. … Former Web.com Tour leader Bubba Dickerson fires a final-round 74 to come in during 1 under. Dickerson has 189 career Web.com Tour starts (and one win), though he hasn’t played a full report on a circuit given 2012. … Matt NeSmith, a former standout during South Carolina, sealed superbly with 68-68, though his 77-75 start meant an even-par display overall. That’s T-28 and 3 shots brief of advancing. … Derek Bard never shoots a sub-par spin this week and comes in a tie for 36th during 2 over. The former Virginia star mislaid a final during a 2015 U.S. Amateur and competed in a 2016 Masters and U.S. Open. … Gavin Hall also places T-36. The ex-Texas standout non-stop in 75 and sealed in 74. … Jeff Sluman’s nephew, Trevor, finishes T-48 during 4 over to tumble short. … Stewart Jolly still had a possibility notwithstanding an opening 76, though he sunk all wish with a final-round 77 that forsaken him to 5 over and a tie for 53rd. Jolly was a pivotal member of LSU’s 2015 inhabitant pretension squad. … Aron Price is another Web.com Tour leader who fails to strech final stage. The Aussie is a one-time leader on a circuit and has 164 starts there overall. But he hasn’t had a full report on a Web.com Tour given 2015.

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Murrieta, Calif.

Bear Creek GC, Murrieta, Calif., Oct. 31-Nov. 3

Final results

Advancing to second stage: Top 20 and ties

Medalist: Wyndham Clark opens with a span of 66s and shoots 17 underneath for a week to constraint medalist honors by 4 shots. Clark is entrance off a shining final deteriorate in college golf, a 2016-17 debate that saw a Oregon send (from Oklahoma State) finish No. 1 in Golfweek‘s rankings. Here’s a some-more consummate demeanour during Clark, who has found his diversion again after struggling with his mother’s death. He’s positively got his mojo behind and that authorised him to journey to final stage.

Notables who advanced: John Oda, a first-stage medalist, was solid with 3 true 70s though sealed in 65 to put a stamp on a T-2 display during 13 under. The Hawaii local suggested to Golfweek earlier this tumble that he was skipping his comparison deteriorate during UNLV to spin pro. The 2016-17 first-team All-American seems to be on a hurl in a paid ranks. … Aussie Cameron Davis also ties for second during 13 under. The 22-year-old has never played in a Web.com Tour event, though his talent flashed when tied for 15th in his PGA Tour entrance final tumble during a OHL Classic during Mayakoba. … Kevin Dougherty, a pivotal actor for Oklahoma State before finale his career there in 2014, finishes 10th during 8 underneath to pierce on. … Cameron Champ, a Texas AM comparison who pennyless out during a 2017 U.S. Open, moves on to final theatre after a shutting 68 puts him T-11 during 7 under. Champ has missed many of a Aggies’ tumble events due to a multiple of a Walker Cup and injury, though he stays one of a tip prospects from this college class. Now that a pledge is on to final stage, a awaiting of him branch pro in a center of his comparison deteriorate increases. … Gunn Yang, a 2014 U.S. Amateur champion, finishes a week in a tie for 11th during 7 underneath to advance. The former San Diego State golfer modernized to second theatre in a initial place interjection to a large final spin during initial theatre removing him by on a number. … Michael Weaver, a runner-up during a 2012 U.S. Amateur, finishes T-11 during 7 underneath as good after a purchase final-round 65. … Max Homa, a standout during Cal like Weaver, also moves on after a T-15 display during 6 under. Homa was a NCAA particular champion in 2013 though is looking to miscarry from a 2016-17 PGA Tour deteriorate that saw him make usually dual cuts and acquire underneath $20,000. … Ryan Yip also ties for 15th during 6 under, advancing notwithstanding a final-round 74. … Former UCLA golfer Lorens Chan moves on interjection to a T-17 display during 5 under. .. Michael Putnam, a three-time Web.com Tour winner, reaches final theatre on a number. Putnam non-stop in 76 though sealed 68-69 to finish 4 underneath in a tie for 20th. Putnam has competed in a total 300 PGA and Web.com Tour events.

Notables who did not advance: Tyler Aldridge fires a intrepid 67 on a final day, usually to come adult one brief of relocating on during 3 under. … Cameron Wilson, a 2014 NCAA particular champion, finishes 69-71 though can usually pattern a 2-under showing. That puts him dual brief of advancing. … Jared du Toit medaled during initial theatre though shoots 69 in a final spin usually to come adult 4 shots short. The former Arizona State actor posts a tie for 37th during even par. Du Toit is a Canadian who hold a share of a 54-hole lead during a RBC Canadian Open as an pledge in 2016. … Anthony Paolucci, Jordan Spieth’s former tip opposition in youth golf, ties for 44th during 1 over and fails to advance. … Parker McLachlin, who won a PGA Tour eventuality in 2008, closes in 70. But that opening 79 helps banish him to a T-52 display during 5 over. … Corey Pereira, a former Washington standout, ties for 58th during 7 over with a 76-78 end to his week. … Ted Purdy ties for 66th during 10 over. The 44-year-old has won on a PGA Tour and a Web.com Tour, though Purdy hasn’t had a full line-up on possibly circuit given 2015.

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Brooksville, Fla.

Southern Hills Plantation Club, Brooksville, Fla., Nov. 7-10

Notables in field: Trevor Cone, Chris Crawford, Cristobal Del Solar, Tommy Gainey, Jonathan Garrick, Dru Love, Jack Maguire, Jimmy Stanger, Hunter Stewart, Brendon Todd

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McKinney, Texas

TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas, Nov. 7-10

Notables in field: Paul Barjon, Sam Burns, a-Tyler Collier, Sean Crocker, Nick Flanagan, Oliver Goss, Kurt Kitayama, Jake Knapp, Edward Loar, Max McGreevy, A.J. McInerney, Maverick McNealy, John Merrick, a-Nick Voke, Drew Weaver, a-Will Zalatoris

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Plantation, Fla.

Plantation Preserve Golf Course Club, Plantation, Fla., Nov. 7-10

Notables in field: Olin Browne Jr., Steven Fox, Tadd Fujikawa, Matthew Goggin, a-Aman Gupta, Justin Hicks, Matt Hill, Greyson Sigg, Austen Truslow

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