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PGA Qualifying School (Rd. 3)

Images from Friday's round of PGA Qualifying School at Orange County National. Ben Martin is the leader after Round 3.

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Jimmy Brandt hits his tee shot at No. 10 on Crooked Cat.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Zach Miller played himself into a tie for third place after starting the day T13.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Billy Hurley III walks up No. 9 on Crooked Cat. Hurley is T104 after Friday's round.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Former Clemson golfers, Ben Martin, left, and Kyle Stanley, right, during Friday's round. They are in first and second place after Friday's round.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Sung-Hoon Kang of Korea after he finished his round on Friday. He is currently T6.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Won Joon Lee hits out of the bamboo at No. 9 on Crooked Cat. Outlook for 2011: Lee led the Nationwide Tour in driving distance in 2008 (315.7 yards) and 2009 (312.7 yards), which earned him the nickname “Boom Boom.” He’s improved from 50th to 47th to 36th on the money list the last three years. The Korean-born player grew up in Australia, and was medalist at the # Western Amateur.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Blake Trimble of Houston, TX, hits out of the bunker at No. 18 on Panther Lake.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Briny Baird hits over the bamboo at No. 9 on Crooked Cat. Baird is T48 after Friday's round.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Joseph Bramlett earned his 2011 PGA Tour card through Q-School's final stage. He is the first black player to do so since Adrian Stills accomplished the feat 25 years ago.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Ty Tryon of Orlando during Friday's round. Tryon is T61.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Justin Hicks at No. 3 on Panther Lake.

Published on December 3, 2010

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Kyle Stanley watches his tee shot at No. 18. Stanley is currently in second place.

Published on December 3, 2010