LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) — Harrison Frazar followed his 13-under 59 with a 69 on Sunday to increase his lead to five strokes in the PGA Tour qualifying tournament, the six-round test that ends Monday with the top 25 and ties earning tour cards.
Winless in 300 PGA Tour starts, Frazar had a 27-under 333 total. He played PGA West’s TPC Stadium course on Sunday after shooting the 59 — the second ever in Q-school — Saturday on the Nicklaus Tournament course.
James Nitties and Derek Fathauer were tied for second after 67s on the TPC Stadium course. John Huston (68) and Glen Day (70) followed at 19 under, Brian Stuard (66), Robert Garrigus (68) and Tyler Aldridge (74) were 18 under, and Gary Woodland (67), Chris Stroud (67), James Oh (69), Troy Kelly (69), Jimmy Walker (69), Bryce Molder (72) and Jay Williamson (73) were 17 under. They all played the Stadium course.
Notah Begay made a big move, shooting a 63 on the Nicklaus course to jump from a tie for 95th to a tie for 21st at 15 under.