Saxon, Carney, Davis vying to move on in Tour qualifying

Charlie Saxon is one of several golfers with Oklahoma ties competing this week in the first stage of qualifying for the 2018 Tour in one of 12 first-stage events, this one a 72-hole qualifier at Lantana (Texas) Golf Club.

Saxon, a Tulsan who played at the University of Oklahoma and now out of Oak Tree National, is tied for fourth at 18-under going into today’s final round. The top 24 will move on to second stage events.

Former University of Tulsa golfer Stephen Carney is tied for the final spot at 10-under. Hunter Sparks of Edmond is two shots out of the top 24 at 8 under. Click here to view the complete list. 

Former Oklahoma State golfer Wyndham Clark is leading another first-stage event in Nebraska City. Clark is 9-under through 36 holes and many players did not complete their third rounds Thursday due to rain. Ian Davis of Edmond and OSU is 3-under through 54 holes and tied for 12th. Logan McCracken of Oklahoma City is 1-under through 54 holes and tied for 25th, one shot out of qualifying.

Here is a link to scoring in Nebraska City. 

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