Monday qualifiers: Safeway Open

The PGA TOUR deteriorate starts this week, that means a initial Monday qualifier of a season. Here’s a demeanour during a 4 players who warranted spots in a Safeway Open on Monday.

Age: 37
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona/Australia
Alma mater: None
PGA TOUR starts: 406
Cuts made: 251
Best PGA TOUR finish: Won, 2006 RBC Heritage; 2007 Waste Management Phoenix Open; 2011 Genesis Open; 2016 Barbasol Championship.
Notes: The four-time TOUR leader has redeeming standing after finishing 132nd in final season’s FedExCup. He done a cut in 15 of 27 starts. His sole top-10 came during a Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, where he finished 10th. The former Presidents Cup member led a TOUR in Strokes Gained: Around-the-Green final season.

Age: 27
Country: Scottsdale, Arizona/Australia
Alma mater: None
PGA TOUR starts: 19
Cuts made: 9
Best PGA TOUR finish: T27, 2017 Barbasol Championship
Notes: Drewitt finished 196th in a FedExCup in 2016-17, his sole deteriorate on a PGA TOUR. He shot a final-round 62 during a Barbasol Championship. Drewitt is a connoisseur of PGA TOUR China, finishing third on a Order of Merit in 2014 to acquire his Tour card. This year, he finished 71st on a Tour’s regular-season income list with 3 top-10s, highlighted by a T3 during The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic during Sandals Emerald Bay.

Age: 35
Hometown: Lakewood, Washington
Alma mater: UNLV
PGA TOUR starts: 125
Cuts made: 59
Best PGA TOUR finish: T3, 2014 OHL Classic during Mayakoba
Notes: Gonzales has competent for a FedExCup Playoffs once in 5 PGA TOUR seasons, finishing 115th in 2015. He also is a two-time leader on a Tour (2012 Soboba Golf Classic; 2014 Utah Championship). He finished 113th on this year’s Tour income list this year.

Age: 25
Hometown: Whittier, California
Alma mater: Cal State Fullerton
PGA TOUR starts: 1
Cuts made: 0
Best PGA TOUR finish: MC, 2016 U.S. Open
Notes: Anguiano finished 10th on a Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada Order of Merit this year to acquire an grant into a final theatre of this year’s Tour Q-School. He warranted his initial career feat during this year’s Windsor Classic. He also played on a Tour in 2017, finishing 98th on a income list. Anguiano was a 2014 Big West Conference Player of a Year during Cal State Fullerton. He played college golf for a Titans, who backed their golf module in 2009-10 after an deficiency of some-more than dual decades.

MC. T.J. Vogel, 69-69
MC. Mickey DeMorat, 69-69
MC. Stewart Jolly, 70-71
MC. James Driscoll, 69-79

Qualifiers: 95
Made cut: 28
Best finish: John Oda, T3 during Barracuda Championship
Top-10s: 5 (Scott Strohmeyer, T4 during Sanderson Farms; Trey Mullinax, T8 during Valspar; Julian Suri, T8 during Houston; Chase Seiffert, T9 during Travelers; John Oda, T3 during Barracuda)
Top-25s: 7
Most times qualified: T.J. Vogel (8)

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