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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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Highlights from the first stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School, played at various sites around the country.

PGA GC (Wanamaker) Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Complete results

Who won: Former Oklahoma State standout Morgan Hoffmann finished four shots ahead of Scott Feaster to claim medalist honors. Hoffmann, who qualified for the 2010 U.S. Open, shot 24-under 264.

Who also qualified:

• Jake Katz of Williamsville, N.Y., advanced to Stage II. Katz, who graduated from Binghamton, recorded a head-to-head record of 930-78-20 in his senior season.

• 2010 NCAA champion Scott Langley finished T-14 at 8 under to advance to Stage II. Langley also tied for low amateur at the 2010 U.S. Open and advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2010 U.S. Amateur.

• Former Florida All-American Arnond Vongvanij finished T-21 to grab the final qualifying spot.

Who missed out:

• 2009 U.S. Amateur champion Ben An finished T-32 at 3 under and failed to advance.

• 2011 Big Ten Player of the Year Vince India failed to advance. The former Iowa Hawkeye finished T-56.

Kinderlou Forest Golf Club, Valdost, Ga.

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Who won: Andrew Loupe, a recent LSU graduate, shot 12-under 276 to finish four shots ahead of Paul Apyan and Chris DeForest.

Who also qualified:

• Jason Allred, who beat Masters champ Trevor Immelman in the 1997 U.S. Junior final, shot 5-under 283 to finish T-9.

• Blake Moore, a former Colorado player, shot 2-under 286 to advance in a tie for 18th.

Who missed out:

• Jose Manuel Lara, a two-time European Tour winner from Spain, finished at 1-under 287, one shot short of advancing.

• Mike Van Sickle, the former Marquette player who won the 2009 Byron Nelson award and played on the 2009 U.S. Palmer Cup team, fell two shots short at 1-over 289.

• Former Florida standout Tyson Alexander, son of Florida head coach Buddy Alexander, was at 2 over. Former Georgia Tech player Chesson Hadley also was at 2 over.

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Oak Valley Golf Club, Beaumont, Calif.

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Who won: Lindsay Wilson of Canada shot 13-under 275 to finish two shots ahead of runners-up Lucas Lee and Chris Killmer.

Who also qualified:

• Scott Pinckney, a recent Arizona State graduate who played in this year’s U.S. Open, finished T-15 at 1-under 287.

• Daniel Woltman, a former player at the University of Wisconsin, was T-21 at even par.

Who missed out:

• Blake Trimble, a former UNLV player, was T-40 at 3 over.

• Izzy Beisiegel, who became the first woman to qualify for a professional men’s tour earlier this year when she advanced through Canadian Tour Q-School, finished 75th at 24 over. Bieseigel has six previous starts in PGA Tour Q-School.

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Pinewild Country Club of Pinehurst (Magnolia), Pinehurst, N.C.

Who won: Richard Scott, who played collegiately at Georgia and was runner-up at the 2001 U.S. Junior, shot 7-under 281 to win by one shot.

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Who else advanced:

• John Hahn, the 2009 Western Amateur champion, finished T-4. Hahn turned pro earlier this year.

• Former Duke standout Adam Long, who also recently advanced out of the first stage of European Tour Q-School, also tied for fourth.

• Former Georgia All-American Hudson Swafford, who turned pro after this year’s NCAA Championship, finished 10th. It was an up-and-down week for Swafford, who shot 67-77-69-73.

• Drew Weaver, a member of the 2009 U.S. Walker Cup team, shot a final-round 69 to finish 17th

• Jack Newman, the 2008 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion, tied for 18th after shooting 71-75-72-72.

Who missed out:

• Kevin Tway, the son of former PGA champion Bob Tway, tied for 25th at 5-over 293, two shots outside the cut line. Tway didn’t break par in a single round. Tway, a first-team All-American this past season at Oklahoma State, missed the cut in all four PGA Tour starts this year.

• Former Stanford All-American Rob Grube also finished at 5 over to miss the cut by two shots.

• Jack Fields, winner of this year’s North & South Amateur, shot a final-round 81 to miss the cut by eight shots.

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Lantana (Texas) Golf Club

Who won: Former TCU golfer James Sacheck shot 13-under 275 to win by four shots. Sacheck finished 72nd on this year’s Nationwide Tour money list, ensuring him partial status for next season.

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Who else advanced:

• Paul Haley, the 2011 ACC champion at Georgia Tech, tied for second with Jin Park.

• Former Wichita State All-American Dustin Garza finished fourth at 7 under par. Garza failed to make a single cut in 17 Nationwide Tour starts this year.

• Travis Wadkins, son of former PGA champion Lanny Wadkins, tied for 15th to advance.

Who missed out:

• Tom Stankowski, brother of PGA Tour player Paul Stankowski, tied for 43rd.

• Mark Anderson of Austin, Texas, tied for 56th after rounds of 77-80-64-73.

• Jamie Kureluk, the Canadian pro who shot an 11-under 25 for nine holes while winning the 2010 RBC Alberta Open, tied for 70th at 14 over par.

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St. Johns Golf & Country Club, St. Augustine, Fla.

Who won: Sam Saunders, the grandson of Arnold Palmer, finished at 17-under 271 for a one-shot win.

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Who else advanced:

• Connor Arendell, who made the Round of 16 at the 2009 and 2010 U.S. Amateurs tied for second. Two-time Walker Cup participant Brian Harman also tied for second.

• Lion Kim, the 2010 U.S. Amateur Public Links champ, tied for fifth after shooting a final-round 64.

• Jonathan Moore, the 2006 NCAA champion and 2007 U.S. Walker Cup team member, tied for fifth after shooting 67-66 in the final two rounds.

• Diego Velasquez, a first-team All-American at Oregon State in 2010, finished 11th.

• Jhared Hack, who won the 2007 Western Amateur, finished 12th at 13 under par.

Who missed out:

• Manuel Villegas, the younger brother of PGA Tour player Camilo Villegas, shot 73 to miss advancing by a single shot.

• Andres Echavarria, who earlier this year finished runner-up in a Nationwide Tour event as an amateur, finished 35th after a first-round 77. Echavarria also won this year’s SEC Championship.

• Matt Hill, the 2009 NCAA champion and Golfweek player of the year, finished 37th. Hill recently advanced through the first stage of European Tour Q-School.

• Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, finished 37th with rounds of 75-74-69-67.

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San Juan Oaks Golf Club, Hollister, Calif.

Who won: John Ellis of San Jose, Calif., finished at 17-under 271, including a final-round 64, to win by one over former Arizona golfer Brian Prouty, who shot a third-round 61.

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Who else advanced:

• Former U.S. Junior champ Charlie Beljan finished ninth.

• John Chin, a first-team All-American at UC Irvine in 2010, also finished ninth.

• Dillon Dougherty, runner-up to Edoardo Molinari at the 2005 U.S. Amateur, finished 13th.

Who missed out:

• Andrew Putnam, the 2010 Pacific Coast Amateur champ and younger brother of PGA Tour player Michael Putnam, shot a final-round 73 to miss by one.

• Brock Mackenzie, a member of the 2003 U.S. Walker Cup team and brother of LPGA player Paige Mackenzie, finished two shots outside the cut line.

• Nick Taylor, the 2010 Ben Hogan Award winner as the top player in college and amateur golf, also finished two shots outside the cut line. Taylor recently advanced through the first stage of European Tour Q-School.

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Auburn University Club, Auburn, Ala.

Who won: Jonathan Randolph, a first-team All-American at Mississippi in 2010, shot a final-round 65 to finish at 12-under 276 and win by four shots.

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Who else advanced:

• Lee Williams, a former U.S. Walker Cup team member, finished second at 8-under 280.

• Ray Beaufils (72), Hank Kim (74) and Zack Sucher (79) tied for 19th. There were 19 qualifying positions available at this site. Sucher didn’t have a single birdie Saturday.

Who missed out:

• Emiliano Grillo, a two-time AJGA first-team All-American who recently turned pro, tied for 39th.

• Kyle Scott, a second-team All-American this past season at Georgia Tech, shot a final-round 70 but failed to advance by a shot.

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Stonebridge Ranch CC, McKinney, Texas

Who won: Oscar Serna of Mexico closed in 64 to claim a nine-shot win at Stonebridge Ranch over Ryan Brehm.

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Who else qualified: 

• Ty Tryon, who historically earned his Tour card at age 17, shot 66-69 in the final two rounds in order to advance after an opening-round 79. Tryon finished T-15.

• Trent Whitekiller, an Oklahoma State graduate and a former Sahalee Players champion, finished T-3 at 9 under.

• Brett Waldman, the former caddie for Camilo Villegas who opted to give up Villegas’ bag to play the Nationwide Tour this year, shot 68 in the final round and tied for 15th.

• Fedrico Cabrera, son Angel Cabrera, also tied for 15th.

Who missed cut:

• Drew Kittleson, the 2008 U.S. Amateur runner-up and a Florida State graduate, tied for 30th at 2 over par.

• Jay Haas Jr., son of Champions Tour player Jay Haas and brother and caddie of FedEx Cup champ Bill Haas, was 6 over to tie for 49th.

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The Club at Irish Creek, Kannapolis, N.C.

Who won: Clint Jensen, of Jupiter, Fla., who shot 23-under 261 (62-64-68-67). Jensen was seventh on the eGolf Professional Tour money list this year.

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Who else qualified:

• Cam Burke, winner of the 2008 and 2009 Canadian Amateurs, shot 9-under 275 to finish third.

• Adam Mitchell, a member of the 2009 U.S. Walker Cup team, rebounded from an opening 1-over 72 with three consecutive rounds in the 60s to finish sixth.

• Patrick Reed, of Martinez, Ga., tied for eighth after opening with rounds of 64-69. Reed, who led Augusta State to the past two NCAA Championships, also advanced out of the first stage of this year’s European Tour Q-School.

• Corey Nagy, the leading money winner on the eGolf Professional Tour, also finished eighth.

Who missed out:

• Jon Curran, a former Vanderbilt standout and roommate of PGA champion Keegan Bradley, tied for 55th.

• Scott Marino, the brother of PGA Tour player Steve Marino, opened with consecutive 71s but shot 76 in each of the final two rounds to finish T-63.

• Tadd Fujikawa, the pint-sized Hawaiian who thrilled at the Sony Open as a teenager, shot 14-over 298 and tied for 69th in the 76-player field.

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Grasslands Golf & Country Club, Lakeland, Fla.

Who won: Andy Pope, of Glen Ellyn, Ill., and Joey Lamielle, of Sarasota, Fla., tied for first at 16-under 272.

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Who else qualified:

• Chris Wilson, of Dublin, Ohio, finished third at 14 under par. He was a PGA Tour member in 2010, finishing 213th on the money list.

• Brandon Brown, of Shelbyville, Ky., the leading money winner on this year’s Hooters Tour, finished fifth at 12 under par.

• Former Ohio State standout Vaughn Snyder (74) and former Chattanooga standout Derek Rende (68) tied for the final spot at 6-under 282.

Who missed out

• Phillip Choi, who turned pro earlier this year after two seasons at Florida, broke par in just one round and tied for 34th. Choi Monday qualified for last week’s McGladrey Classic, but missed the cut.

• Josh McCumber, the nephew of PGA Tour winner Mark McCumber, tied for 65th.

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Deerwood Golf Club, Kingwood, Texas

Who won: Dawie van der Walt, a former Lamar standout and quarterfinalist at the 2005 U.S. Amateur, shot 13-under 275 to win by five shots.

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Who else qualified:

• Former Stanford standout Steve Ziegler shot 8-under 280 to finish second.

• Former Texas A&M standout John Hurley finished at 1-under 287 despite a final-round 77.

• Anthony Rodriguez, of San Antonio, shot a final-round 65 to make it with a single shot to spare. After teeing off on No. 10, he birdied Nos. 2-5 and eagled No. 7.

Who missed out

• John Peterson, the 2011 NCAA champion who finished runner-up as an amateur at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational, missed out by two shots after a first-round 78.

• Bronson Burgoon, who hit the title-clinching shot for Texas A&M at the 2009 NCAA Championship, shot 78-79-70-71 to finish 43rd.

• Blake Trimble, of Houston, was 2 over par through 54 holes and well within the cut line. A final-round 81 left him seven shots outside the cutline. Afterward, he tweeted: “Rough day today is an understatement. Pretty upset with myself. Might be time to update the ole resume. #trimbleatacubicle”

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Dayton Valley Golf Club, Dayton, Nev.

Who won: Richard T. Lee of Chandler, Ariz., finished at 14-under 274, two-shots ahead of Nathan Tyler and Ryan Yip.

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Who else qualified:

• Gregor Main, who turned professional following his junior year at UCLA, finished T-9 at 9-under 279. Main was the stroke-play medalist at the U.S. Amateur.

• Former Cal player Stephen Hale squeaked in just above the cut-off line, finishing in a five-way tie for 18th at 7-under 281.

• Derek Tolan, who graduated from Colorado in 2009, opened with 67 and finished in a share of ninth with Main.

Who missed out

• Jin Jeong, who became the first South Korean to win the British Amateur in 2010, was T-33. Jeong turned professional after playing in the 2011 Masters, where he missed the cut. He also played in the 2010 British Open as an amateur, where he finished T-14.

• Philip Francis, who transferred from UCLA to Arizona State before turning professional this summer, also missed the cut at T-48.

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