WINTER GARDEN, Florida (AP) — Frank Lickliter II shot an even-par 72 at Orange County National to take a three-stroke lead after the fourth of six rounds in the U.S. PGA Tour National Qualifying Tournament on Saturday. (Leaderboard: Follow Sunday’s round.)
The top 25 finishers and ties will earn 2008 U.S. PGA Tour cards, while the next number of players nearest 50 will get full Nationwide Tour exemptions. The remaining players in the 166-man field will receive conditional Nationwide Tour status.
The 38-year-old Lickliter, a two-time winner on the tour, had a 24-under 264 total. He played the Crooked Cat course in the fourth round.
Jason Allred was second after a 70, also at Crooked Cat.
Brett Rumford (65) at 19 under, and Tommy Gainey (71) and Travis Perkins (68) followed at 19 under. They all played at Crooked Cat.