Track Northeast Ohio Players at Q-School Finals


Ryan Armour, Justin Lower and Jake Scott

Ryan Armour, Justin Lower and Jake ScottThe road to the PGA Tour runs through the Q-School Finals for the Web.com Tour, being played Dec 12 – Dec 17 at PGA West in La Quinta, CA at the Nicklaus Tournament Course and the TPC Stadium Course.

Players hailing from Northeast Ohio competing in the event are:

Ryan Armour, Silver Lake, OH

Justin Lower, Canal Fulton, OH

Jake Scott, Strongsville, OH

Watch these players through Live Scoring at 2014 Q-School here!

 

Format of Play:

All competitors are scheduled to play 108 holes (6 rounds), 54 holes (three rounds) on each course. Play for all 6 rounds will be in threesomes to extent possible starting from the 1st and 10th tees on both courses. For the first and second rounds contestants will play in the same grouping playing one round on each course.

Third round groupings and starting times will be based on 36 hole scores. The field will be split into approximate equal portions. Competitors in the low (lowest scores) portion of the field will play the remote course in round three and the host course in round four. Competitors in the high (highest scores) portion of the field will play the host course in round three and the remote course in round four.

After 54 holes competitors will be regrouped within the portion of the field they played in round three based on 54 holes scores. Competitors that played the remote course in round three will play the host course in round four and competitors that played the host course in round three will play the remote course in round four. The lowest scores in each portion of the field will play in the last group off the 1st tee and the highest score in each portion of the field will play in the last off the 10th tee.

Fifth round groupings and starting times will be based on 72 hole scores. The field will be split into approximate equal portions. Competitors in the low (lowest scores) portion of the field will play the remote course in round five and the host course in round six and competitors in the high (highest scores) portion of the field will play the host course in round five and the remote course in round six.

After 90 holes competitors will be regrouped within the portion of the field they played in round five based on 90 holes scores. Competitors that played the remote course in round five will play the host course in round six and competitors that played the host course in round five will play the remote course in round six. The lowest scores in each portion of the field will play in the last group off the 1st tee and the highest score in each portion of the field will play in the last group off the 10th tee.

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