South Africa’s Andrew Georgiou holed his final shot of the day Thursday, a 60-foot par putt on the the par five second hold of the Legends Course in Beaumont, Calif., to move into contention at PGA Tour Canada qualifying school.
“That’s going to make dinner taste a lot better,” said Georgiou, who has good friend and former touring professional Christian Ries caddying for him this week.
“We’re really having fun out there. I’m looking forward to having a good day (Friday),” he said.
Georgiou, however, was unable to finish the third round, which was called due to darkness just after 7:20 p.m. local time. Play was to resume at 7 a.m. Friday morning.
Meanwhile, Brian Clapp, the 2012 PGA of British Columbia player of the year, shot a four-under 68 and is three shots out of the project number for non-exempt cards.
The fourth and final round was to take place Friday and if it isn’t completed, it will resume Saturday morning.
Watch GNN for final results.