The sixth and final round of Web.com Tour Q-School final stage took place Tuesday and Canadian Brad Fritsch earned medalist honors by finishing at 27-under 402, seven shots ahead of Andrew Landry.
Team USA's Walker Cup practice session is set to begin Wednesday, and some major names were left off the squad, including world No. 1 amateur Ollie Schniederjans and 2013 Walker Cupper Jordan Niebrugge.
Brad Fritsch continues to lead at Web.com Tour Q-School final stage after a 2-under 70 during Monday’s fifth round. He sits at 22 under and has a five shot lead entering the final round.
Shanshan Feng has stretched her lead to five shots after the third round of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters on the Ladies European Tour.
Branden Grace fired a 6-under 66 in the second round to extend his lead to five shots at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Defending Australian PGA champion Adam Scott is two shots back of Scott Strange and Wade Ormsby after the second round of the Australian PGA Championship.
Jean Van de Velde (Europe) and Bruce Heppler (U.S.) have been named the coaches for the 2015 Palmer Cup at Rich Harvest Farms, June 12-14.
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Vicky Hurst returned to competitive golf Wednesday at LPGA Q-School for the first time in five months after a lingering left wrist injury sidelined her from the end of June until December.
Casey Grice shot a first-round bogey-free 6-under 66 on LPGA Intertnational's JOnes course to lead LPGA Q-School. Three players trail the North Carolina graduate by a single shot.