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Wilson, Summerhays Still Under the Cut Line With Two Rounds Remaining

Former BYU golfers Dean Wilson and Daniel Summerhays are steadily plugging along and remain in position to earn their PGA Tour cards after four rounds of the six-round PGA Tour Qualifying School test at LaQuinta Golf Club in Palm Springs, California.
Wilson improved his position from 19th to 15th with a 73 and Summerhays lost ground, slipping from 19th to 21st with a 74. It was the highest scores of the tournament for both players, but till, they are within the margin of error as the low 25 players earn their cards and there are only two rounds to play.
The fifth round will be played Sunday and can be viewed on the Golf Channel beginning at 1 p.m. MST. The final round will be Monday and the television begins at 1:30 p.m.
The players battled strong winds all day and that was the reason for the higher scores.
Summerhays got off to a slow start with bogeys on three of the first four holes, but then ran three birdies together. He bogeyed the final hole missing a short putt that was affected by the wind.
Summerhays opened the tournament with a sizzling 64 which has stood him in good stead so far, but he needs another great round like that to make a separation from the rest of the field going into the final day.
It is white knuckle time for dozens of golfers who are within two or three shots of the cut line.