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Fuhr among Canadians vying for Mackenzie Tour card at Q-School

Grant Fuhr (Dave Sandford/Getty Images)

COURTENAY, B.C. – Mackenzie Tour Q-School resumes this week with the fourth and final 2016 qualifying tournament taking place May 3-6 at Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community.

One hundred and thirty two players, including 39 Canadians, will compete at the fourth and final qualifying tournament for the 2016 Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada. The medalist will earn full exempt status, while players finishing second to 16th Exempt through the first four events and are subject to re-shuffle. Players finishing 17th to 40th earn conditional status.

Crown Isle, a 7,025-yard layout designed by Graham Cooke and Associates in 1992, has hosted Mackenzie Tour qualifying each of the last two years. Water-lined with 11 lakes and immaculately manicured, the course offers stunning vistas of the Comox Glacier and Beaufort Mountain Range.

Among the Canadians looking to earn status is five-time Stanley Cup champion goaltender Grant Fuhr. The Hockey Hall of Fame member and Spruce Grove, Alta., native has played Q-School on three occasions previously and was recently named the Honourary Tournament Chair of the Oil Country Championship. He competed at the Staal Foundation Open presented by Tbaytel last year on a sponsor exemption.


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