Thursday, December 03, 2009

de Jonge in third place at Q-school

Charlotte resident Brendon de Jonge is tied for third place after two rounds in the final stage of the PGA Tour qualifying tournament at Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach, Fla.,

de Jonge trails leader Troy Merritt by two strokes after shooting 68-69 in the first two rounds. The top 25 finishers will earn full playing privileges on the PGA Tour for 2010.

Smithfield's Neal Lancaster is tied for eighth after two rounds and former Duke golfer Joe Ogilvie is tied for 18th.

Former Charlotte 49er golfer Trevor Murphy is tied for 111th place while Charlotte resident Bobby MacWhinnie is in 147th position, tied with Tommy 'Two Gloves' Gainey.


jjw901 said...

Rats. I was rooting for Trevor. Nice young man. Wasn't MacWhinnie the Independence phenom from a few years ago who bombed at UNCC acedemically? If it's who I'm thinking of he had a great game. Just goes to show how good you have to be to make it on the tour.