PGA Tour Q-School: Pre-qualifying

Former Oregon player Daniel Miernicki advanced out of the first stage of PGA Tour Q-School.

Former Oregon player Daniel Miernicki advanced out of the first stage of PGA Tour Q-School.

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T1Scott Langley-5F-5
T1William McGirt-5F-5
4Harris English-3F-3
T5Russell Knox-2F-2
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Sept. 19-21

The GC of Dallas

Number of qualifying spots: 38 and ties

Winner: Wes Worster, 9-under 201 (67-67-67)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED:

• Joakim Mikkelsen, 2nd: The former Baylor player and 2012 Big 12 Championship medalist turned in rounds of 66-67-69 to finish at 8-under 202, one shot behind Worster.

• Henrik Norlander, 5th: Norlander, who made 12 of 15 cuts on the eGolf Pro Tour this year, shot 72-65-67 to finish at 6-under 204. The Swede also made three cuts on the European Challenge Tour last year.

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Sept. 19-21

ArborLinks, Nebraska City, Neb.

Number of qualifying spots: 37 and ties

Winner: Jace Long, 5-under 211 (70-67-74)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED:

• Charlie Winegardner, 6th: Winegardner, a former player at Coastal Carolina and current student assistant with the school, fired rounds of 69-68-77 to finish at 3-under 213, two shots back of Long. Winegardner also has made three cuts on the eGolf Pro Tour this year.

• Kyle Smell, T-17: The former Kansas State player and Kansas State Amateur champion shot 1-over 217 behinds rounds of 70-73-75.

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Sept. 19-21

Brunswick (Ga.) CC

Number of qualifying spots: 40 and ties

Winners: Wesley Graham, 13-under 203 (70-67-66); Stephan Jaeger, 13-under 203 (65-66-72); Drew Perry, 13-under 203 (69-65-69)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED:

• Brad Schneider, T-6: The former Central Florida player shot 10-under 206 thanks to rounds of 72-67-67.

• James White, T-8: A two-time All-American at Georgia Tech, White shot a trio of 69s to finish at 9-under 207.

• Matt Nagy, T-28: Nagy, a 2009 U.S. Open qualifier and former Kennesaw State player, shot 71-72-69 to finish at 4-under 212.

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Sept. 19-21

PGA West (Greg Norman Course), La Quinta, Calif.

Number of qualifying spots: 39 and ties

Winner: John Previte, 12-under 204 (67-69-68)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED:

• Andrew Yun, 2nd: Yun, a senior at Stanford, shot 11-under 205 (67-72-66) to finish a shot back of Previte, a fellow Arizona native.

• Steve Lim, T-6: Former USC player shot 70-70-69 to finish at 7-under 209.

• Bhavik Patel, T-9: This year's California State Amateur and SCGA Amateur champion, Patel, a former player at Fresno State, shot 72-71-68 to finish at 5-under 211.

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Sept. 18-20

Cypresswood Golf Club, Spring, Texas

Number of qualifying spots: 37 and ties

Winner: Jason Millard, 20-under 196 (67-64-65)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED:

• MJ Daffue, 2nd: Daffue, who played college golf at Lamar, finished second, eight shots behind Millard.

• Sean Dale, T-11: Dale, a senior at North Florida, shot three consecutive sub-par rounds to finish 5 under. He played this week with a broken finger.

• Ken Looper, T-14: Looper, who won two of his first 16 starts on the NGA Tour, shot a first-round 68 and finished at 4-under 212.

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Sept. 12-14

Southern Dunes Golf Club, Maricopa, Ariz.

Number of qualifying spots: 33 and ties

Winner: Daniel Charen, 13-under 203 (69-64-70)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED

• Scott Marino, T-12: Marino, who is the brother of PGA Tour player Steve Marino, shot 72-65-73.

• John Kostis, T-12: Kostis, who is the son of TV broadcaster and instructor Peter Kostis, shot 71-69-70.

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Sept. 11-13

Bear Lakes Country Club (Links), West Palm Beach, Fla.

Number of qualifying spots: 39 and ties

Winner: James Horne, 7-under 209 (69-72-68)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED

• Kyle Peterman, T-13: Peterman, who played college golf at Western Illinois and competed in the 2009 U.S. Open as an amateur, shot 73-72-73.

• Jamison Sindelar, T-13: The son of PGA Tour winner Jamie Sindelar shot 2-over 218 to advance easily.

• Zach Barlow, T-27: The Illinois product and runner-up at the 2009 Western Amateur made 14 pars in his final-round 72 to advance easily.

• Vaita Guillaume, T-36: The Campbell product from Tahiti advanced on the cut line. He was co-medalist at this year’s NCAA Greensboro Regional and was the Big South Conference player of the year. He Monday qualified for the recent Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour.

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Sept. 11-13

Black Horse Golf Club, Seaside, Calif.

Number of qualifying spots: 38 and ties

Winner: Kevin Roy, 10-under 206 (71-72-63)

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WHO ELSE ADVANCED

• Derek Ernst, 3rd: The 2011 U.S. Amateur Public Links runner-up and member of this year’s U.S. Palmer Cup team broke par in all three rounds to finish two shots back.

• Josh Anderson, 5th: The Pepperdine All-American who won this year’s NCAA Stanford Regional shot 6-under 210.

• Daniel Miernicki, T-9: Miernicki, a first-team All-American at Oregon this year, used a final-round 68 to shoot 3-under 213.

• Sean Jacklin, T-12: The son of Tony Jacklin, a former U.S. Open and Open Championship winner, shot a final-round 67 to finish at 1-under 215.

• Philip Francis, T-22: The 2006 U.S. Junior champion and former AJGA player of the year finished at 2-over 218.

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