Mr. Peter Caddy's for Mason Mallory
at the Canadian Tour's 2012 Q School!
Day 5: Tourney Day 3.
We were paired with two new guys, both Americans at Sabobo Country Club. Not too much wind, but sunny and hot none the less. Austin and Nick were good playing partners, both had the same score as we did, and we all shot the same today, 79. That means we are all still in it, probably should shoot at par or about to have a chance tomorrow, and we all have a chance to do it. Video follows!
More later, Mr. Peter
The '2012 Canadian Tour Q school' consists of 150+ golfers from all over the world. Each has payed over $2,100 in entry fees. They are competing for prizes: 30 exempt cards (you qualify for all full field events on the Canadian tour and 30 non-exempt (you qualify for about half the events on the Canadian tour). They are here chasing their dream, to one day play on a pro tour. For many this is just another step towards their ultimate goal, a PGA tour card. It could mean fame, and fortune.. literally millions! For now all are focused on the goal at hand: A Canadian tour card and a chance to show the world they could be one of the best. Still this year, 60 out of 150 is the best odds in years for these competitors. Enjoy the links, pics and videos.
Check in tomorrow for more!
Details about the Canadian tour “Q” school:
Beautiful Place, Soboba Country Club. Check it out here:
This is Oak Valley golf.where we played practice day 2 and Day 1 starting on the back 9