PGA Qualifying School (Rd. 2)

  • Players make their way to No. 9 green on Crooked Cat during Thursday's round.
  • Nate Smith gets down low to read his putt at No. 9 on Panther Lake.
  • Chris Baryla shot an 11-under to take the lead during Thursday's round. He started the day T65.
  • Brandt Jobe of Westlake, TX, hits his second shot at No. 9 on Crooked Cat. Jobt shot a 65 on Thursday and improved from T65 to T10.
  • Nate Smith and his caddie are silhouetted as they walk along the water at No. 9 on Panther Lake.
  • Seong Ho Lee talks with his caddie at No. 3 on Panther Lake. Lee is T5 after Thursday's round.
  • Ben Martin held the lead briefly during Thursday's round.
  • Seong Ho Lee of Seoul, Korea, along with his caddie makes his way to the third fairway on Panther Lake.
  • Sunghoon Kang hits his tee shot at No. 7 on Panther Lake. He is currently T3.
  • Justin Hicks and his caddie try to wave a bee off his ball as a rules official watches at No. 9 on Crooked Cat. HIcks ended up with a birdie on the hole.
  • Kyle Stanley during PGA Tour Q-School.
  • No. 17 green, looking back toward the tee box and No. 16 green on Panther Lake during Thursday's round.
  • Josh Geary talks with his caddie at No. 9 on Panther Lake. Geary shot a 67.
  • Chris Baryla, right, and his caddie Derek Mason at No. 9 on Crooked Cat. Baryla shot a 61 to take the lead after Thursday's round.
  • Richard Lee hits his tee shot at No. 9 on Panther Lake. Outlook for 2011: Lee, who turned pro in 2010 after playing at Washington, survived three stages of Q-School before suffering heartbreak at finals. He bogeyed Nos. 15 and 16 in the final round to miss his PGA Tour card by a single shot. Lee comes from an unconventional golf background. He spent part of his high-school years in Asia, where he focused solely on his golf career. He returned to the States, passed the GED and attended a community college before becoming an All-American in both of his seasons at Washington.