Woodland Enters Final Round at PGA Tour Q-School Tied for Ninth
Dec. 7, 2008
LA QUINTA, Calif. –
Former Jayhawk Gary Woodland carded a fifth-round 67 to place himself into position to earn his 2009 PGA Tour Card entering the final round of play. Woodland moved up on the leaderboard 24 spots to enter the final round of play tied for ninth place.
The top-25 finishers in the 2009 PGA Tour Qualifying school and ties earn their 2009 PGA Tour Card. Woodland currently stands three strokes ahead of the group of golfers tied for 25th place.
All remaining participants will earn some form of PGA Nationwide Tour Cards.
The Berryton, Kan. native, has now fired five-consecutive rounds to earn a five-round total of 343 with one round to play.
Woodland carded seven birdies during his fifth round and has now recorded 26 birdies during the event.
Woodland’s collegiate career featured four career victories, along with 10 other top-10 finishes. Woodland ended his Jayhawk career with a 73.44 scoring average.
Harrison Frazar leads the event by five strokes after five rounds with a score of 27-under par. For complete results visit www.pgatour.com
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