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RE: Kent Golfers in the Pros - 2018 Edition
Holt shot even par today and dropped from 15th to 41st place.

But Taylor Pendrith shot a 6-under 65 and is tied for the lead heading into the final round tomorrow. Let’s get this win!
07-07-2018 06:11 PM
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RE: Kent Golfers in the Pros - 2018 Edition
Mac Hughes with a nice 6-under round today to finish in 15th place at the John Deere. Connors finished in 50th place.

Up north on the Mackenzie Tour, Ian Holt had a nice top 10 finish.
07-15-2018 03:29 PM
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RE: Kent Golfers in the Pros - 2018 Edition
I've been lazy lately, but here's a quick update.

* Hughes has gotten hot, with 3 Top 25 finishes in the last 4 tournaments including a T8 in this weekend's Canadian Open, which made him the low Canadian and all of Canada cares about that. Good to see his golf game coming together after a very rough start to the sophomore year.

* Conners missed the cut and is now 127th in the Fed Ex Cup standings - remember the Top 125 keep their cards. Only a few tournaments left, so a good finish in the next few weeks is needed!

* Ryan Yip got an exemption to play in the Canadian Open which is only his 2nd PGA tournament and he finished tied for 22nd and made nearly as much in prize money than he has all year on the web.com tour. Yip is well positioned to make the playoffs for a chance at the PGA card, but will need a top 2 or 3 finish to just straight out earn his card from the web.com tour play.
07-29-2018 08:20 PM
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RE: Kent Golfers in the Pros - 2018 Edition
Ian Holt made a run today and ended up finishing 2nd in the Makenzie Tour's Syncrude Open. He was two strokes off the winner, but 3 strokes ahead of third. With the high finish, he moves up to 12th in the order of merit, with the Top 5 earning web.com cards and the Top 10 getting benefits in Q school.
08-05-2018 07:27 PM
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RE: Kent Golfers in the Pros - 2018 Edition
Well, it's playoff time for golf, but not the playoff some would have been hoping for.

Mackenzie Hughes finished 160th in FedEx points, a massive dropoff from last year's very good rookie year. He only made 11 of 26 cuts, but made 6 of the last 7 cuts including a Top 10 at the Canadian Open. I hope the good play continues in the fall, but he won't be in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Because of his win last season, he is fully exempt through next year.

Corey Conners finished 130th in FedEx points and now must hit the web.com playoffs to keep his PGA card. He made 20 of 28 cuts, which is really impressive, but had only one Top 10 finish and some pretty lousy Sundays. I think he's a PGA caliber player though and will get back one way or another.

Ryan Yip will also be in the web.com playoffs having finished the best year of his career. He made 10 of 20 cuts and had a Top 10 finish. He also finished in the Top 25 in the PGA Tour's Canadian Open, the first time he's made a PGA cut.

The web.com playoffs work so that the Top 25 in money during the playoffs (among those not already earning the PGA card) will earn their PGA card. The eligible players are those that finish in 126th-200th on the PGA tour and 1st - 75th on the web.com tour (though those in the Top 25 have already earned their PGA cards).
08-19-2018 07:30 PM
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