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Check out more finalists from action on Saturday, including Tommy Armour III advancing to the finals.

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Roundups from the second stage of PGA Tour Q-School. Qualifiers advance to Q-School finals Nov. 30-Dec. 5 at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif.

Southern Hills Plantation Club, Brooksville, Fla.

Who won: Philip Pettitt of Murfreesboro, Tenn., shot 17-under 217 (63-68-72-68) to finish six shots ahead of Brian Harman and Jimmy Lytle. Pettitt finished third on this year’s Hooters Tour money list after winning twice. He played college golf at Tennessee.

WHO ELSE ADVANCED

Brian Harman, a former U.S. Junior champ and member of the 2007 and 2009 Walker Cup teams. This is the first time Harman has advanced to Q-School finals since turning pro in 2009.

Harris English, a member of this year’s Walker Cup team. English already has Nationwide Tour status after winning on that tour as an amateur.

Robert Gamez, a three-time PGA Tour winner. He made just $31,522 in nine starts this year.

Sam Saunders, the grandson of Arnold Palmer. This is Saunders’ first Q-School finals appearance. He finished 10th at the Nationwide Tour’s Panama Claro Championship and 15th at the AT&T National Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Ty Tryon, who earned his first PGA Tour card 10 years ago at the age of 17. Tryon also advanced to Q-School finals in 2010, earning conditional Nationwide Tour status. He missed eight of nine cuts this season.

Corey Nagy, the former Charlotte standout who was the leading money winner on this year’s eGolf Professional Tour.

Brad Benjamin, the 2009 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion. Benjamin, who turned pro this year, was exempt into second stage by making the cut at this year’s U.S. Open.

Lee Janzen, winner of the 1993 and 1998 U.S. Opens. Janzen finished 185th on this year’s money list. He had just one top-25 finish in 19 starts.

WHO FAILED TO ADVANCE

Jonathan Moore, the 2006 NCAA champion and member of the 2007 Walker Cup team. Moore shot a final-round 70 but missed the cut by a single shot.

Robert Damron, winner of the 2001 Byron Nelson Classic. He missed the cut by a single shot. He made just $13,413 in 10 Nationwide Tour starts this year.

Joe Durant, winner of four PGA Tour titles. He missed 10 of 14 cuts on Tour this year.

Scott Langley, the 2010 NCAA champion and low amateur at the 2010 U.S. Open. Langley didn’t shoot better than 76 this week.

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Redstone Golf Club (Member), Humble, Texas

Who won: Kevin Kisner, of Aiken, S.C., shot 17-under 271 (64-68-70-69) to finish five shots ahead of Kent Jones and Mathias Gronberg. Kisner finished 181st on this year’s PGA Tour money list, highlighted by a 12th-place finish at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic.

WHO ELSE ADVANCED

Shaun Micheel, the 2003 PGA champion. He made just 12 cuts, and had just one top-25 (T-22 at Memorial) in 27 starts this year, earning $206,450.

Jeff Maggert, a three-time winner on the PGA Tour and three-time Ryder Cup team member. Maggert made just $101,080 in 18 PGA Tour starts this year.

John Chin, a first-team All-American in 2010 at UC Irvine.

Rich Beem, the 2002 PGA champion. Beem advanced on the number.

WHO FAILED TO ADVANCE

Woody Austin, a three-time PGA Tour champion and member of the 2007 Presidents Cup team. He finished 161st on the 2011 PGA Tour money list.

Patrick Reed, who led Augusta State to the past two NCAA Championships. Reed did advance out of the first stage of this year’s European Tour Q-School.

Parker McLachlin, winner of the 2008 Reno-Tahoe Open. He made just three PGA Tour starts this year, missing all three cuts.

Adam Mitchell, a member of the 2009 Walker Cup team. He tied for 57th at 6 over par.

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TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas

Who won: Andy Bare, of West End, N.C., shot 14-under 274 (68-67-68-71) to finish one shot ahead of Brenden Pappas, who won this year on the Nationwide Tour, and Paul Haley, winner of this year’s ACC Championship.

WHO ELSE ADVANCED

Travis Wadkins, the son of former PGA champion Lanny Wadkins. Travis finished fourth at 12 under par.

Colt Knost, the 2007 U.S. Amateur and U.S. Amateur Public Links champion. Knost finished 174th on this year’s PGA Tour money list, with one top-25 in 27 starts.

Brendan Gielow, a member of the 2009 Walker Cup team.

Carlos Franco, a four-time PGA Tour winner and two-time member of the International Presidents Cup team. He advanced on the number.

WHO FAILED TO ADVANCE

Federico Cabrera, the son of two-time major champion Angel Cabrera. Federico shot 67-75-70-70.

Paul Stankowski, a two-time PGA Tour winner. Stankowski shot 74-73 in the final two rounds to miss by two shots.

Alex Prugh, who had three top-10s in his first four starts of 2010, his rookie season on the PGA Tour. He’s had just one more in 53 starts since. Prugh made just 11 cuts this year and made just $292,070, almost $1 million less than last year.

Todd Hamilton, the 2004 Open champion.

Peter Uihlein, the 2010 U.S. Amateur champion. Uihlein is exempt into the second stage of European Tour Q-School and is scheduled to play there.

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