With two rounds to play, four Canadians are in the top 25 at WebDotCom qualifying school at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif.
Cam Burke of New Hamburg, Ont., leads the Canadian contingent after shooting a 69 on Sunday to move into a tie for 13th at 13 under. Toronto’s Albin Choi also shot a 69 to move into 16th place, while Derek Gillespie had a 67 to move into a tie for 17th.
Nick Taylor of Abbotsford, B.C. is the other Canadian in the top 25 as his 67 on Sunday moved him into a tie for 23rd.
As it stands, six Canadians are within the top 45 who will receive status in various categories at the end of Q-school. Those finishing below the top 45 and ties will earn conditional status.
Here’s where Canadians stand after the second round:
T13 Cam Burke, New Hamburg, Ont. 67-72-67-69 (-13)
16 Albin Choi, Toronto 69-71-67-69 (-12)
T17 Derek Gillespie, Oshawa, Ont. 71-67-72-67 (-11)
T23 Nick Taylor, Abbotsford, B.C. 69-70-72-67 (-10)
T38 Justin Shin, Maple Ridge, B.C. 64-74-73-69 (-8)
T38 Roger Sloan, Merritt, B.C. 68-70-72-70 (-8)
T65 Devin Carrey, Surrey, B.C. 68-71-71-73 (-5)
T107 Johann Benson, Montreal 73-74-70-71 (E)
T128 Riley Wheeldon, Comox, B.C. 74-71-71-75 (+3)
T128 Eugene Wong, North Vancouver, B.C. 73-70-75-73 (+3)
T135 Max Gilbert, Saint-Georges, Que. 73-74-74-72 (+5)
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