PGA TOUR Americas

PGA Tour Canada qualifying resumes this week in California

Taylor Pendrith (Charles Laberge/ Getty Images)

LOMPOC, Calif. – The 2015 PGA Tour Canada qualifying resumes this week with the second of three Qualifying Tournaments. Last week’s event at Orange County National Golf Club in Orlando saw 48 players earn status on PGA Tour Canada for 2015. The third Q-School event will take place in two weeks at Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community in Courtenay, B.C.

Once again, PGA Tour Canada players will aim to take the next step on the path to the PGA Tour in 2015. The leading player on the Order of Merit at season’s end will earn exempt status on the Tour for 2015, while players 2-5 will earn conditional status, players 6-10 will earn an exemption into the final stage of Tour Q-School and players 11-20 will earn an exemption into the second stage.

Toronto’s Albin Choi took home medalist honours last week with a 25-under total and will be fully exempt on PGA Tour Canada for the 2015 season.

Canadians in the Field (16):

Taylor Pendrith (Richmond Hill, Ont.)
Dan Bowling (Corunna, Ont.)
Ryan Borg (Brampton, Ont.)
Andrew Ledger (Toronto, Ont.)
Jae Yong Kim (North York, Ont.)
Charles Côté (Thetford Mines, Que.)
Andrew Rasmussen (Delta, B.C.)
Dale Rain (Rocky Mountain House, Alta.)
Aaron Cockerill (Gunton, Man.)
Curtis Baldwin (Chilliwack, B.C.)
Craig Keck (Calgary, Alta.)
Brady Henderson (Neepawa, Man.)
Steven Lecuyer (Grimshaw, Alta.)
Sonny Michaud (Rouyn-Noranda, Que.)
Zack Kempa (Brantford, Ont.)