State golfers need strong finishes today in Web.com Tour qualifiers

Several players with Oklahoma ties are in strong positions to move on to the finals of the Web.com Tour qualifying, while others need low final rounds today in two Texas second-stage events.

 At TPC Golf Ranch in McKinney, Ian Davis of Edmond is tied for fifth going into the final round, where the top 21 and ties will advance to the final stage at Palm Beach Gardens. Davis shot 68 Thursday to move to 10-under par through 54 holes.

 Also inside the cut line going into the final round were former University of Oklahoma golfer Hunter Haas, tied for 18th at 7-under, as well as former OU golfer Michael Gellerman and former University of Tulsa golfer Stephen Carney, both tied for 20th at 6-under. Carney shot a 67 in the third round to move up.

Within striking range two shots behind the top 21 are Talor Gooch of Midwest City and Matt Mabrey of Tulsa, both at 4-under.

At The Clubs of Kingwood in Kingwood, Texas, Chris Worrell of Jenks is tied for 16th at 4-under. Former OU golfer Charlie Saxon of Tulsa is tied for 33rd at even-par, four shots out of the top 21. Farther behind are former OU golfer Michael Schoolcraft at 5 over, former Oklahoma City star James Marchesani at 7 over and former TU golfer Logan McCracken from Oklahoma City at 8 over.

Complete scores can be found here.

 

 

 

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