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PGA Tour Q-School: Summerhays Still Holds Five Stroke Lead, Wilson Still Has Chance

Daniel Summerhays is a lock to advance to the final stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying and Dean Wilson still has an outside chance, but the other Utahns are going to have to wait another year.
Daniel Summerhays still holds a five stroke lead going into the final round of the PGA Tour School Qualifying being held at Bear Creek Golf Club in Murietta, California. He has posted rounds of 65-66-69-200  for a 16 under par score.  Barring injury or some unusual disqualification he is home free.
Dean Wilson’s third round 73 moved him up to 28th place, but there are only 19 spots allotted for the qualifying. He needs to have a strong final round to advance to the final stage. His three rounds have been 75-69-73-217. Going into the final round he stands at one over par and it looks like it will take three under par to earn a spot.
Steve Schneiter and Nick Killpack are too far back to earn a spot. Schneiter is in 56th place with rounds of 72-78-73-223 and Killpack is in 62nd place with rounds of 77-74-76-227.
Tony Finau finished in 52nd place in the PGA Tour Qualifying School at Humble, Texas with rounds of 71-74-73-74-292. He was the only Utahn entered in that qualifying which started a day earlier than the other qualifying.
In the PGA Champions Tour qualifying the only Utahn entered was Keith Clearwater. He held the lead after his opening round 66, but he followed it up with 75-73-75 and finished far out of the running.