Players with early tee times at PGA Tour Canada qualifying school in Beaumont, Calif., were greeted by temperatures in the 40s F and wind gusts to 20 miles an hour, the latter of which stayed all day before play was called due to darkness just after 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Guatemala’s Jose Toledo holds the overnight lead with a six-under 66 recorded just over two months after he won medalist honours at PGA Tour Latinoamerica qualifying school.
“That’s the reason I’m here. Between the two tours, there are 10 WebDotCom Tour cards available,” said Toledo. “To be able to play year-round and have two chances to finish inside the top five is a great opportunity.”
Toledo has a one-stroke lead over South Africa’s Andrew Georgiou going into day two. For the leaderboard, click here.