How players with major Colorado connections are faring this year on tour.
Updated Through Feb. 5, 2017

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Shane Bertsch (Denver native and Parker resident, 0 PGA Tour wins and 3 Web.com victories) -- Hasn't played in a PGA Tour event since February 2016 due to a shoulder injury, but missed cut in Web.com Tour's Bahamas Great Abaco Classic in late January. ... Has 11 PGA Tour events left for the 2016-17 wraparound season on a medical extension, needing to earn $612,397 in those events to keep his exempt status. ... In February 2016, finished 35th in AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, marking his best PGA Tour showing since January 2013. ... After making six cuts in nine events, finished 204th on money list for 2015-16 wraparound season with $105,493. ... In August 2015, placed fourth in regular-season-ending WinCo Portland Open, marking his fifth top-10 of the year on the Web.com Tour. ... By finishing ninth on the Web.com regular-season money list ($240,369), earned his PGA Tour card for the 2015-16 wraparound season. ... In July 2015, placed 10th in HealthOne Colorado Open, where he's a former champion. ... In June of 2015, won Rust-Oleum Championship for his third career victory on the Web.com Tour and first since 2005. ... In January 2013, finished 13th and won $112,000 in the PGA Tour's Sony Open. It was Bertsch's best PGA Tour showing since October 2011.

David Duval (Cherry Hills Village resident, 13 PGA Tour wins) -- Did not play in Waste Management Phoenix Open. ... Teamed with stepson Nick Karavites to win the PNC Father/Son Challenge on Dec. 11. It was Duval's first victory in a nationally televised tournament since 2001. ... In October, missed cut in Sanderson Farms Championship, his 2016-17 season debut. ... In July, withdrew before second round of the British Open, his first event since wrist and elbow surgery earlier this year. ... In February 2016, missed cut in AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, his first event of the 2015-16 wraparound season. ... In the 2014-15 season, made two cuts in six events and finished 232nd on 2014-15 money list with $36,839. ... In July 2015, ended up 49th in British Open, marking his best showing in a major championship since placing second in the 2009 U.S. Open. It was his first made cut in the British Open since 2008. ... In March 2015, finished 47th in Puerto Rico Open, his first made cut since April 2014. Prior to that, he had missed cut or withdrawn from his previous 10 events. ... In April 2014, finished 25th in Zurich Classic, his best PGA Tour performance since 2011.

Mark Hubbard (former Denver resident, 1 PGA Tour Canada win) -- Posted his best PGA Tour finish since July by placing 42nd in Waste Management Phoenix Open. ... Has made three cuts in eight tournaments in the 2016-17 wraparound season and stands 175th on money list with $47,950. ... Late in August, missed cut in his FedExCup Playoffs debut and saw his 2016-17 season end at The Barclays. ... In July, placed 20th in Barracuda Championship, marking his second straight top-25 showing on Tour and eighth top-30 of of the 2015-16 wraparound season. ... In March, finished a career-best 15th at Puerto Rico Open. ... After making 21 cuts in 30 events, finished 136th on money list for 2015-16 wraparound season with $642,942. ... By placing in the top 25 of the four-event 2015 Web.com Tour Finals, he regained his exempt status on the PGA Tour for the 2015-16 wraparound season. ... After making 15 cuts in 25 2014-15 wraparound season events, finished 176th on PGA Tour money list with $293,980. ... In February 2015, missed cut in AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, where he proposed to his girlfriend, Meghan McCurley, after round 1. ... By ending up in the top 25 on the 2014 Web.com Tour regular-season money list, qualified for the 2014-15 PGA Tour. ... After making 18 cuts in 23 events, finished 22nd on the 2014 Web.com money list with $198,763. ... In September 2013, won the Wildfire Invitational for his first PGA Tour Canada victory.

Martin Laird (CSU graduate, 3 PGA Tour wins and 1 Web.com victory) -- Finished a season-best seventh in Waste Management Phoenix Open, marking his third top-10 showing of the 2016-17 wraparound season. ... In January, placed ninth in CareerBuilder Challenge. ... In October, finished eighth in season-opening Safeway Open. ... Has made six cuts in six events and stands 26th on 2016-17 money list with $735,322. ... Early in September, missed cut in Deutsche Bank Championship and failed to advance to the third tournament of the four-event FedExCup Playoffs. ... In July, ended up second in RBC Canadian Open, marking his best PGA Tour showing in more than three years. ... Also in July, placed seventh in Barracuda Championship. ... After making 17 cuts in 24 events, finished 86th on money list for 2015-16 wraparound season with $1,224,680. ... In making 15 cuts in 24 events, finished 90th on 2014-15 money list with $1,124,988. ... In February 2015, ended up seventh in Farmers Insurance Open, marking his second consecutive top-10 on Tour. ... Also in February 2015, placed fifth in Phoenix Open after leading through three rounds. ... In October 2014, placed third in season-opening Frys.com Open, marking his best PGA Tour showing in 18 months. ... In April 2013, won the Valero Texas Open for his first PGA Tour victory in more than two years. It was his third Tour win overall.

Justin Leonard (Aspen resident, 12 PGA Tour wins) -- Has yet to play in the 2016-17 wraparound season. ... Missed his fourth consecutive cut to end the 2015-16 regular season, that one at the Wyndham Championship in August. ... In the 2015-16 wraparound season, made seven cuts in 13 events and finished 180th on money list with $288,428.

Sam Saunders (former Fort Collins resident, 0 Web.com Tour victories) -- Did not play in Waste Management Phoenix Open. ... In January, finished eighth and made $17,400 in The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic, the season opener on the Web.com Tour. ... After making one cut in three events, stands 211th on 2016-17 PGA Tour money list with $13,200. ... In July, placed a season-best eighth in Barbasol Championship, marking his second straight top-10 on Tour. ... Also in July, finished a season-best ninth in Barracuda Championship. ... After making 10 cuts in 24 events, finished 151st on 2015-16 money list with $510,079. ... Finished third in Web.com Tour Championship in October 2015. By placing in the top 25 of the four-event Web.com Tour Finals, he regained his exempt status on the PGA Tour for the 2015-16 wraparound season. ... In September 2015, placed fourth for second straight year at Web.com Tour's Hospital Fitness Championship. ... After making 13 cuts in 28 events, finished 150th on 2014-15 PGA Tour money list with $578,571. ... In June 2015, made the cut in the U.S. Open for the first time, finishing 50th. ... In March 2015, finished PGA Tour career-best second at Puerto Rico Open, losing in a playoff. Before Puerto Rico, had recorded seven consecutive missed cuts/withdrawals. ... In September 2014, placed seventh in season-ending Web.com Tour Championship, marking his fourth consecutive top-20 showing. ... With his performance in the four-tournament Web.com Finals, earned a 2014-15 PGA Tour card. ... After making 16 cuts in 22 events, finished 21st on the 2014 Web.com money list with $201,932. ... In December 2013, regained his Web.com Tour card by finishing 11th in final stage of Q-school. ... Grandson of Arnold Palmer. ... Moved to Fort Collins late in 2012, but departed for St. Augustine, Fla., in 2016.

Kevin Stadler (Part-time Denver resident and Kent Denver High School graduate, 1 PGA Tour win and 4 Web.com victories) -- Hasn't competed on the PGA Tour since the summer of 2015 due to a stress fracture in his left hand. ... Has 26 events left for the 2016-17 wraparound season on a major medical extension, needing to earn $717,890 in those events to keep his exempt status. ... In July, finished 41st in CoBank Colorado Open, his first tournament in more than a year. ... After earning money in one of five events, finished 227th on 2014-15 season money list with $42,160. ... In July 2015, missed cut in John Deere Classic, his first PGA Tour event in three months. ... In April of last year, missed cut in Masters, his first Tour event since January 2015. ... In January 2015, withdrew after two rounds of Hyundai Tournament of Champions with the stress fracture. ... In November 2014, withdrew after two holes of first round of HSBC Champions with the same injury. ... Posted eight top-25s in 2013-14 PGA Tour wraparound season. ... In July 2014, finished second in European Tour's Alstom Open de France. ... In April 2014, placed eighth in Masters, by far his best performance ever in a major championship. ... In February 2014, won the first PGA Tour event of his career, out-dueling Bubba Watson down the stretch in the Waste Management Phoenix Open near Stadler's home in Scottsdale. ... After making 21 cuts in 26 events, finished 36th on 2013-14 money list with $2,300,307. ... In making 16 cuts in 24 Tour events in 2013 season, ended up 68th on the money list with $1,281,177.
 

Gary Hallberg (Colorado resident, 1 PGA Tour Champions victory, 3 PGA Tour wins and 1 Web.com victory) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 13th in unofficial-money Diamond Resorts Invitational. ... Failed to improve his Champions status at the Q-school finals, which ended Dec. 2. ... In late October, finished 54th in PowerShares QQQ Champioship and failed to advance to week 2 of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs. ... In May, notched his best PGA Tour Champions finish in 31 months, placing seventh at the Regions Tradition. ... Finished 65th on the regular-season money list with $209,703 and won $4,300 in the playoffs.. ... In April 2015, placed a season-best 15th in Greater Gwinnett Championship. ... With $100,033, finished 81st on 2015 money list. ... In October 2014, placed 10th in SAS Championship, marking his second top-10 of the year. ... In August 2014, ended up a season-best ninth in 3M Championship. ... Finished 57th on 2014 money list with $262,310. ... In October 2013, ended up fourth in SAS Championship, his best Champions showing since July 2012. ... After 24 tournaments, finished 43rd on the 2013 money list with $341,220. ... Placed a career-best 20th on 2012 Champions money list with $795,138. ... Won his only Champions event in October 2010.

Hale Irwin (Grew up in Boulder and CU graduate and Colorado Sports Hall of Famer, 20 PGA Tour wins and record 45 PGA Tour Champions victories) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 28th and earned $15,625 in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship, marking his best showing in a non-team event since 2014. He shot under his age twice in the tournament in Hawaii. ... Teamed with son Steve to finish 11th for the second consecutive year in the PNC Father/Son Challenge, which concluded Dec. 11. ... In April, paired with Wes Short to post his best Champions finish since 2012, placing fourth at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. ... After eight events, finished 89th on 2016 regular-season money list with $79,251. ... In November 2015, shot below his age (70) twice in finishing 51st in Toshiba Classic. ... In June 2015, placed 70th in U.S. Senior Open, where he shot his age (70) in the first round. ... In April 2015, placed a season-best 23rd at the Legends of Golf team event. ... Finished 99th on 2015 money list with $52,699. ... In August 2014, finished ninth in 3M Championship, the 210th PGA Tour Champions top-10 of his career and his first since January 2013. ... Bettered his age in all three rounds at the 2014 3M Championship, marking the first time that's happened for a PGA Tour Champions player since 2009. ... Finished 72nd on 2014 money list with $157,213. ... In September 2013 at the Shaw Charity Classic, shot a final-round 64, his best PGA Tour Champions score since 2007. ... Placed 73rd on 2013 Champions money list with $163,764. ... At age 67, finished 37th on 2012 PGA Tour Champions money list with $391,657.

Brandt Jobe (Kent Denver High School graduate and Colorado Golf Hall of Famer, 0 PGA Tour wins) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished third in unofficial-money Diamond Resorts Invitational. ... In November, matched his best PGA Tour Champions finish ever by placing third in Dominion Charity Classic. ... It was his second straight top-10 showing and seventh of the season. ... In July, placed fifth in Senior British Open, marking his third top-5 showing in senior majors in 2016. ... In June, placed fourth in Constellation Senior Players Championship. ... In late May, ended up a PGA Tour Champions career-best third in the Senior PGA Championship. ... Finished 28th on 2016 regular-season money list with $702,764 and 10th in the playoffs with $197,431. ... Won the Q-school finals, which ended Dec. 4, 2015, giving him fully-exempt status for 2016. ... In October, finished 21st in San Antonio Championship, his first event ever on the PGA Tour Champions. ... Finished 133rd on 2015 PGA Tour Champions money list with $19,944. ... After making two cuts in six events, finished 246th on PGA Tour money list for 2014-15 wraparound season with $12,825. ... On the Web.com Tour, his $6,480 left him 176th on the final 2015 regular-season money list. ... In May of last year, placed 23rd in BMW Charity Pro-Am, his 2015 debut on the Web.com Tour. ... In March 2015, placed 70th at Puerto Rico Open, marking his first made cut on the PGA Tour since August 2013. ... In February 2015, missed cut in AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, his first PGA Tour event since 2013. ... In August 2014, finished a career-best-tying second in Web.com Tour's Price Cutter Charity Championship. ... In July 2014, played his first tour event since September 2013. ... Finished 100th on 2014 Web.com money list with $49,067. ... Underwent left shoulder surgery in November 2013. ... In August 2013, placed 13th in Reno-Tahoe Open, marking his best PGA Tour showing since March 2012. ... In May 2013, lost his fully-exempt status on the PGA Tour.

Steve Jones (Grew up in Yuma and former CU golfer and Colorado Sports Hall of Famer, 8 PGA Tour wins, 0 PGA Tour Champions victories) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... Did not play in the 2016 season due to an elbow injury suffered in December 2015. ... Finished ninth in the Q-school finals, which ended Dec. 4, 2015, earning conditional status for 2016. ... In May 2015, placed a PGA Tour Champions career-best ninth in Senior PGA Championship. ... Finished 60th on 2015 money list with $222,094. ... After 11 events, finished 111th on 2014 money list with $38,920. ... After 15 tournaments, finished 74th on 2013 money list with $153,335. ... Didn't make his official Champions debut until May 2011 at age 52. ... In January 2011, missed cut in PGA Tour's Bob Hope Classic, his first competition since 2007. ... Turned 50 on Dec. 27, 2008, but was delayed in making his PGA Tour Champions debut while long battling tennis elbow.

Mike Reid (former Cherry Creek High School golfer, 2 PGA Tour wins and 2 PGA Tour Champions victories) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In April, placed 26th in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event, his 2016 Champions debut. ... After five events, finished 122nd on 2016 regular-season money list with $26,338. ... Finished 102nd on 2015 money list with $50,490. ... In February 2014, placed 12th in Allianz Championship, marking his best showing in a PGA Tour Champions non-team event since 2012. ... Finished 71st on the 2014 money list with $162,401. ... In November 2013, regained his fully-exempt status on the PGA Tour Champions by finishing second in the final stage of qualifying. ... Placed 109th on 2013 money list with $33,358.

Craig Stadler (Evergreen resident and was inducted into Colorado Golf Hall of Fame in 2016, 13 PGA Tour wins and 9 PGA Tour Champions victories) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 43rd and earned $7,500 in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. ... In April, ended up a season-best 15th in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. ... Earlier in April, placed second in Masters Par-3 Contest. ... After competing in 10 events, finished 99th on 2016 regular-season money list with $55,180. ... In September 2015, placed season-best 23rd in Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. ... Finished 91st on 2015 money list with $72,482. ... In October 2014, placed 25th in SAS Championship, his best showing in a non-team event in 2014. ... In June 2014, finished season-best third with Kirk Triplett in Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf team event. ... In April 2014 missed cut in his final Masters, which he won in 1982. ... Finished 73rd on 2014 money list with $156,137. ... In September 2013, placed ninth in First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, marking his fourth top-10 showing of 2013. ... In June 2013, won the Encompass Championship, his first PGA Tour Champions victory in almost nine years, establishing the tour's record for time between victories. It was his ninth Champions win overall. ... Finished 27th on 2013 Champions money list with $573,597.

Esteban Toledo (onetime Castle Pines resident, 4 PGA Tour Champions victories and 1 Nationwide Tour win) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 23rd and earned $20,000 in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. ... In November, placed 10th in season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship, marking his second top-10 of the year. ... In February 2016, won Allianz Championship in a playoff over Billy Andrade, notching his fourth PGA Tour Champions victory. ... Finished 37th on 2016 regular-season money list with $540,015 and 21st on playoff money list with $100,975. ... In September 2015, won the third PGA Tour Champions event of his career -- and the first since 2013 -- prevailing in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. The $300,000 payday was the biggest of Toledo's tour career. ... In July 2015, placed ninth in Senior British Open, marking his second top 10 in senior majors this year. ... Posted top-25 finishes in 15 of his 23 tournaments this year. ... In May 2015, placed second in Senior PGA Championship. ... Finished ninth on 2015 money list with $1,133,612. ... Posted top-15 performances in both the U.S. Senior Open and Senior British Open in 2014. ... Finished 27th on 2014 money list with $694,180. ... In September 2013, won his second PGA Tour Champions event of the year -- both coming in playoffs -- by prevailing in the Montreal Championship. ... In May 2013, PGA Tour Champions rookie won for the first time on the Champions circuit, prevailing in a three-man playoff at the Insperity Championship. ... After 25 events, finished 12th on 2013 money list with $1,271,758.

Mark Wiebe (Aurora resident and Colorado Golf Hall of Famer, 2 PGA Tour wins and 5 PGA Tour Champions victories) -- No Champions event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 46th and earned $6,500 in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. ... In April, placed season-best 23rd in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. ... After 15 events, finished 110th on 2016 regular-season money list with $40,441. ... In October 2015, placed 33rd in SAS Championship, his best individual showing on the PGA Tour Champions since January 2015. ... In April 2015, placed third in the Legends of Golf team event, marking his best PGA Tour Champions finish since September 2013. ... In January 2015, finished 21st in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. ... Finished 69th on 2015 money list with $184,516. ... In October 2014, placed 72nd in AT&T Championship, his first tournament in two months due to injuries/ailments. ... In July 2014, missed cut in British Open, his 500th PGA Tour start. ... Finished 98th on 2014 money list with $62,189, ending a streak of six consecutive top-30 showings on the final PGA Tour Champions money list. ... In September 2013, won Pacific Links Hawaii Championship in a playoff over Corey Pavin, marking his second victory in eight weeks, and fifth overall. ... In July 2013, won the Senior British Open, his first PGA Tour Champions major and first Champions victory in more than two years. ... Posted five top-20 finishes and earned $803,025 in 2013, good for 22nd place on the final money list.
 

Jenny Coleman (former CU golfer) -- Has yet to play in an LPGA Tour event in the 2017 season. ... In early December, finished 29th in the final stage of LPGA Tour qualifying, earning conditional status for 2017, when she'll be an LPGA rookie. .... Played on the Symetra Tour in 2016. ... In October, finished 13th in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. ... Earlier in October, ended up 14th in Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout. ... In September, placed sixth in Garden City Charity Classic, marking her second straight top-10 performance. ... In July, finished 12th in Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic. ... In June, ended up 17th in Fuccillo Kia Championship, marking her second straight top-20 showing. ... In May, finished 15th in W.B. Mason Championship. ... In February, placed third in season-opening IOA Championship. ... After 22 events, finished 31st on 2016 Symetra Tour money list with $31,466. 

Josh Creel (former CU golfer and Cheyenne resident) -- Has yet to play on the 2017 Web.com Tour. ... Has conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 131st in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11.

Parker Edens (Greeley resident, former CSU golfer) -- Has yet to play on the 2017 Web.com Tour. ... Has conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 89th in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11

Jim Knous (Englewood resident and former Colorado School of Mines golfer) -- No Web.com event for week ending Feb. 5, but missed cut in his PGA Tour debut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open after Monday qualifying. ... Has missed two straight cuts -- both by one stroke -- to start the 2017 Web.com season. ... On Dec. 11, finished 23rd in final stage of Web.com Q-school, earning additional status on the Web circuit for 2017.

Jeremy Paul (CU golfer) -- Has yet to play on the 2017 Web.com Tour. ... Has conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 72nd in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11. ... Is expected to stay at CU for his final semester of college golf in early 2017 before turning professional.

Michael Schoolcraft (Denver resident) -- Has yet to play on the 2017 Web.com Tour, but missed cut in his second PGA Tour start ever, at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, after Monday qualifying. ... Has conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 141st in the final stage of Q-school. on Dec. 11. ... Played primarily on PGA Tour Canada in 2016. ... In September, finished a career-best second on Cape Breton Open, marking his sixth top-20 showing of the season. ... In July, missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. ... Likewise in July, placed fourth in Players Cup. ... In June, finished eighth in GolfBC Championship. ... After making 10 cuts in 12 events, finished ninth on 2016 PGA Tour Canada money list with $41,485. ... Earned conditional status in 2016 by finishing 20th in a Q-school tournament in Santee, Calif. ... In July 2015, placed 14th in HealthOne Colorado Open. ... Qualified for the 2015 PGA Tour Canada season by finishing fifth in a Q-school tournament in California in April.

Andrew Svoboda (former Golden resident, 0 PGA Tour wins, 3 Web.com victories) -- No Web.com Tour event for week ending Feb. 5. ... After making one cut in two events, stands 92nd on 2017 money list with $1,578. ... In April, won the Brasil Champions for his third Web.com victory. ... After making eight cuts in 23 events, finished 29th on 2016 regular-season money list with $146,681. ... Has missed 17 cuts in his last 20 events on the PGA Tour. ... After making 10 cuts in 30 events in the 2014-15 season, finished 166th on PGA Tour money list with $418,963. ... In October 2014, finished a season-best eighth in PGA Tour's McGladrey Classic. ... In June 2014, placed sixth in FedEx St. Jude Classic, his second top-6 showing on PGA Tour in two months. ... In April 2014, posted the first top-10 finish of his PGA Tour career, placing second in the Zurich Classic. ... After making 14 cuts in 24 2013-14 wraparound season events, finished 88th on 2013-14 PGA Tour money list with $1,168,073. ... In September 2013, won the Web.com Tour's Chiquita Classic -- and $180,000 -- for his second victory in a month. ... By finishing 25th on the Web.com Tour's 2013 regular-season money list, earned his 2013-14 PGA Tour card. ... In August 2013, won Price Cutter Charity Championship on the Web.com Tour for his first victory on that circuit.

Tom Whitney (Fort Collins resident and former Air Force Academy golfer, 0 PGA Tour Latinoamerica victories) -- No Web.com Tour event for week ending Feb. 5. ... In January, finished 44th in The Bahamas Great Abaco Classic. ... After making one cut in one event, stands 79th on 2017 money list with $1,950. ... Went 2-1 in match play, helping the PGA Tour Latinoamerica team defeat PGA Tour Canada in the Aruba Cup. ... Has conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 113th in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11. ... Played primarily on PGA Tour Latinoamerica in 2016. ... In October, placed career-best second in Roberto De Vicenzo Punta del Este Open. ... In September, finished eighth in San Luis Championship, giving him top-10 showings in back-to-back weeks. ... Also in September, ended up fourth in Flor de Cana Open. ... In July, missed cut in Web.com Tour's Utah Open. ... Also in July, won the Waterloo Open for the second consecutive year. ... In March, placed sixth in Panama Classic. ... After 17 events, finished 11th on the 2016 Latinoamerica money list with $56,483. ... Earned exempt status on the Latinoamerica Tour by finishing second in a Q-school event that ended on Jan. 16. ... Won the Nevada State Open in November. ... In October failed to advance from stage 1 to the second stage of Web.com Q-school. ... In August 2015, finished 63rd in Web.com Utah Championship, where he Monday qualified. ... After one event, finished 234th on 2015 regular-season money list with $1,625.
 

Sebastian Heisele (former CU golfer) -- Did not play in Dubai Desert Classic. ... Finished 17th in season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship on Dec. 4. ... Stands 133rd on 2016-17 money list with 15,240 euros. ... Earned his 2017 European Tour card by finishing 19th in the final stage of Q-school in mid-November. ... In July, finished fourth in Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge on European Challenge Tour, marking his seventh top 20 of the year on that tour. ... Also in July, placed eighth in Challenge Tour's Made in Denmark Challenge. ... In March, shared fourth place in the Challenge Tour's Barclays Kenya Open. ... Finished 28th in 2016 Challenge Tour rankings with 66,084 euros. ... In February, finished 49th in Bangladesh Open, his 2016 Asian Tour debut. ... Ranks 175th on 2016 Asian money list with $1,380. ... Tied for fourth in the final stage of the qualifying school on Jan. 16 in Thailand to earn his Asian Tour card for 2016.

Espen Kofstad (former DU golfer, 3 European Challenge Tour wins, 0 European Tour victories) -- Did not play in Dubai Desert Classic. ... Placed 20th in season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship on Dec. 4. ... Stands 113th on 2016-17 money list with 22,018 euros. ... Earned his 2017 European Tour card by finishing 25th in the final stage of Q-school in mid-November. ... In August, placed 43rd in Olympic golf tournament. ... In July, notched his third European Challenge Tour victory -- and first since 2012 -- prevailing in a playoff at the D+D Real Slovakia Challenge. That gave him a berth in the 2016 Olympics. ... In June, placed second in Swiss Challenge on European Challenge Tour. ... Notched four top-five showings in the Challenge Tour season. ... Finished 27th on 2016 Challenge Tour rankings with 66,440 euros. ... Was 0-for-3 in making cuts in the 2015-16 wraparound season on the European Tour. ... In November, 2015 failed to earn one of the 25 (and ties) fully-exempt spots on the European Tour available through the Q-school finals. ... In September 2015, finished 57th in KLM Open, his first European Tour event since January of that year. ... In December 2014, placed 14th in the Alfred Dunhill Championship, his 2014-15 season debut. ... Finished 225th on 2014-15 money list with 26,895 euros. ... In November 2014, qualified for the 2014-15 European Tour by finishing 10th in the final stage of Q-school. ... Did not make a cut in two European Challenge Tour events in 2014. ... In November 2013, finished 28th in the final stage of European Tour qualifying, falling one stroke shy of earning his 2014 card. He was exempt on the European Challenge Tour this year. ... In October 2013, placed 12th in European Tour's Perth International, his third top-25 showing since mid-September. ... In September 2013, ended up 14th in Italian Open, his second consecutive top-25. ... In April 2013, placed eighth in the Open de Espana, his best showing ever in a European Tour event. ... Made 12 cuts in 28 European Tour events in 2013 and finished 135th on money list with 155,440 euros. ... In October of 2012, won the European Challenge Tour's season-ending Apulia San Domenico Grand Final, marking his second victory of 2012. ... By finishing first on 2012 Challenge Tour money list with 131,099 euros, earned his 2013 European Tour card.
 

 

Tonje Daffinrud (former DU golfer) -- 2017 season will begin Feb. 9. ... In October failed to advance to final stage of LPGA qualifying. ... Also in October, placed 21st in Lacoste Ladies Open. ... In February, placed 24th in season-opening New Zealand Women's Open. ... With 18,307 euros, finished 80th on 2016 money list. ... In May 2015, ended up 20th in Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. ... In March 2015, placed LET career-best 13th in Lalla Meryem Cup. ... In February 2015, ended up 16th in RACV Ladies Masters, the season opener. ... Finished 61st on 2015 money list with 25,262 euros. ... Was a rookie on the LET in 2015 after placing fifth on the Access Series Order of Merit in 2014.

Ellie Givens (former DU golfer) -- 2017 season will begin Feb. 9. ... In December, missed cut in final stage of LPGA Tour Q-school and failed to earn 2017 status on that circuit. ... With 20,959 euros, finished 77th on 2016 money list. ... In October 2015, placed 17th in Hero Women's Indian Open... In September 2015, finished season-best 11th in Lacoste Ladies French Open. ... Finished 50th on 2015 money list with 34,428 euros. ... In December 2014, placed 45th in season-ending Dubai Ladies Masters, marking her sixth consecutive top-45 showing. ... In June 2014, placed a season-best 21st in Allianz Ladies Slovak Open. ... Finished 68th on 2014 money list with 24,288 euros. ... In May 2013, placed an LET career-best sixth in Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. ... After eight LET events in 2013, finished 89th on the year's money list with 20,270 euros.

 

James Love (Denver resident, former University of Denver golfer, 1 PGA Tour Canada win) -- 2016 PGA Tour Canada season is complete. ... In the fall, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. ... In October advanced to stage 2 of Web.com Q-school after shooting a first-round 59 in a stage 1 tournament. ... Finished 33rd in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship on Sept. 18, ending a string of six straight missed cuts. ... In July, finished 30th in CoBank Colorado Open. ... In June, placed third in SIGA Dakota Dunes Open, marking his best PGA Tour Canada showing since 2009. ... After making four cuts in 10 events, finished 45th on 2016 money list with $15,253. ... After making five cuts in 12 events, finished 150th on 2012 Web.com money list with $22,941.
 

 

Justin Bardgett (Former CU golfer, 0 PGA Tour Latinoamerica victories) -- 2016 PGA Tour Latinoamerica season is complete. ... In the fall, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. ... In eight events, stands 229th on the money list with $683. ... Earned conditional status on the Latinoamerica Tour by finishing 15th in a Q-school event that ended on Jan. 16. ... In October 2015 failed to advance out of stage 1 of Web.com Q-school ... In September 2015, placed 33rd in PGA Tour Canada's Cape Breton Celtic Classic. ... In May 2015, placed 31st in season-opening PC Financial Open on the Canadian tour. ... Made $2,783 in 2015, leaving him 118th on final 2015 PGA Tour Canada money list..

Derek Tolan (Highlands Ranch resident and former CU golfer, 0 PGA Tour Latinoamerica victories) -- 2016 PGA Tour Latinoamerica season is complete. ... In the fall, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. ... In September, finished 30th in Flor de Cana Open. ... In July, placed 14th in CoBank Colorado Open. ... In May, ended up 35th in Honduras Open. ... In February, missed cut in season-opening Colombia Open, his only other Latinoamerica event of the year. ... With $2,075 in three events, stands 162nd on 2016 money list. ... Earned conditional status on 2016 Latinoamerica Tour by finishing 23rd in a qualifying event that ended on Jan. 29. ... With $13,440, finished 71st on 2015 money list. ... In November, finished 17th in Lexus Peru Open and failed to advance from stage 2 of Web.com Q-school. ... Placed seventh in HealthOne Colorado Open in July 2015. ... In May 2015, finished 11th in Guatemala Stella Artois Open. ... Earlier in May 2015, placed a Latinoamerica career-best sixth in 57 Abierto Mexicano de Golf, his 2015 debut on the tour. ... Had conditional status on Latinoamerica Tour in 2015. ... Had conditional status on Web.com Tour in 2014. ... Former CU golfer has won the HealthOne Colorado Open twice. ... Qualified for the 2002 U.S. Open as a 16-year-old.
 

Emily Childs (former CU golfer) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In October failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. ... Earlier in October, finished 25th in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. ... In September, placed 16th in Garden City Charity Classic. ... After 17 events, finished 88th on 2016 Symetra money list with $8,239. ... In August 2015, ended up 18th in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... Finished 102nd on 2015 money list with $6,552. ... Failed to earn LPGA Tour status for 2015 at the final stage of qualifying that ended on Dec. 7, 2014. ... Ended up 186th on 2014 money list with $371.

Kristin Coleman (former CU golfer) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In October failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. ... In August, placed a career-best 16th in Decatur-Forsyth Classic. ... After 12 events, finished 121st on 2016 Symetra Tour money list with $3,826.

Becca Huffer (Denver resident) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In December didn't make the cut in the final stage of LPGA Q-school, failing to earn 2017 status on that circuit. ... In October, finished a career-best second in Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout. ... In August, placed 13th in PHC Classic, marking her second straight top-15 Symetra showing. ... Earlier in August, ended up fourth in Decatur-Forsyth Classic. ... After 21 events, finished 37th on 2016 money list with $24,011. ... In September 2015, placed 14th in Sioux Falls GreatLife Challenge. ... In August 2015, ended up 18th in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... In June 2015, finished fourth in rain-shortened Decatur-Forsyth Classic, marking her second fourth-place showing of 2015. ... Finished 76th on 2015 money list with $9,807. ... Failed to earn LPGA Tour status for 2015 at the final stage of qualifying that ended on Dec. 7, 2014. ... In September 2014, placed sixth in Prairie Band Casino & Resort Charity Classic, marking her second top-10 of the season. ... In June 2014, won the Michigan PGA Women's Open. ... In February 2014, finished a Symetra career-best third in season-opening Gateway Classic. ... After 14 events, finished 43rd on 2014 money list with $16,541. ... In September 2013, won the HealthOne Colorado Women's Open.

Katie Kempter (former DU golfer, 1 Symetra Tour win) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In October failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. ... In May, placed 11th in Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women's Health Classic despite final-round 79. ... After 22 events, finished 48th on 2016 Symetra money list with $18,582. ... In September 2015, placed ninth in Garden City Charity Classic for her fourth top-10 showing of the 2015 Symetra season. ... In August 2015, finished fourth in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... In June 2015, ended up 10th in Island Resort Championship. ... In May 2015, finished fifth at Symetra Classic, her second top-five in three months. ... In March 2015, posted her first Symetra Tour victory, at the Volvik Championship on the second hole of a playoff. ... Finished 23rd on official 2015 money list with $34,490. ... In October 2014, failed to advance out of stage II of LPGA Tour qualifying. ... In September 2014, finished seventh in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship, marking her third top-10 of the year. ... In June 2014, ended up a season-best third in Island Resort Championship. ... In May 2014, placed sixth in Friends of Mission Charity Classic. ... Finished 33rd on 2014 money list with $21,574. ... Ended up 64th on 2013 money list with $7,319. ... Played on LPGA Tour in 2010 but lost her card by finishing 146th on the money list.

Kimberly Kim (former DU golfer) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In October failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. ... In September, missed cut in Garden City Charity Classic, her second MC in two events this season. ... Earlier in September missed cut in CoBank Colorado Women's Open. ... In late August earned a spot in Stage II of LPGA Tour qualifying by finishing 39th in Stage I. ... In August 2015, placed 23rd in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... In July 2015, finished 51st in Fuccillo Kia Championship, her 2015 season debut. ... Finished 148th on 2015 money list with $2,087. ... In September, finished 34th in Garden City Charity Classic, her Symetra Tour debut in 2014. ... Finished 175th on 2014 money list with $698. ... Played on LPGA Tour in 2011 but lost her card.

Sue Kim (former DU golfer, 0 LPGA Tour wins, 2 Symetra Tour wins) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In July, placed 65th in U.S. Women's Open. ... In June, finished 11th in Island Resort Championship. ... In February, placed fifth in season-opening IOA Championship. ... After 17 events, finished 60th on 2016 Symetra Tour money list with $15,661. ... In December, withdrew from the final stage of LPGA Q-school and failed to qualify for the LPGA circuit for 2016. ... In July 2015, finished fourth in Fuccillo Kia Championship. ... In June 2015, placed 54th in LPGA Tour's Manulife LPGA Classic. ... In two weeks in April 2015, made $10,697 in two LPGA events. ... Finished 145th on 2015 LPGA money list with $15,129. ... In March 2015, won Florida's Natural Charity Classic for her second victory on the Symetra Tour. ... After five events, finished 32nd on the official 2015 Symetra money list with $24,563. ... In June 2014, ended up season-best 35th in Manulife Financial LPGA Classic. ... After making eight cuts in 19 events, finished 118th on 2014 LPGA money list with $44,339. ... Earned $37,850 on 2013 Symetra Tour, good for sixth place on the final money list. By finishing in the top 10, she earned an LPGA Tour card for 2014. ... In June 2013 she won the Symetra Tour's Decatur-Forsyth Classic in a playoff for her first Symetra victory.. ... After six 2013 LPGA Tour events, finished 140th on 2013 LPGA money list with $11,458. ... Was an LPGA Tour rookie in 2013. ... Played just one semester for the DU golf team before turning pro.

Lindsay McGetrick (Colorado resident) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In September, finished 35th in CoBank Colorado Women's Open. ... In late August failed to advance past Stage I of LPGA Tour qualifying. ... In February, finished 31st in season-opening IOA Championship. ... After 13 events, finished 181st on 2016 Symetra money list with $814.

Carleigh Silvers (Greeley resident and former University of Northern Colorado golfer) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In October failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. ... In July, placed a career-best seventh in Tullymore Classic. ... After 20 events, finished 73rd on 2016 Symetra money list with $11,668. ... In August 2015, placed seventh in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... In July 2015, finished season-best 13th in Tullymore Classic. ... Finished 91st on 2015 money list with $8,142. ... Failed to earn LPGA Tour status for 2015 at the final stage of qualifying that ended on Dec. 7, 2014. ... In June 2014, missed cut in U.S. Women's Open. ... Finished 158th on 2014 Symetra money list with $1,490.

Ashley Tait (Littleton resident) -- 2017 season will begin March 10. ... In September, placed 11th in CoBank Colorado Women's Open. ... In late June, made her first cut of the 2016 season, finishing 54th in Island Resort Championship. ... Prior to late June, had missed seven consecutive cuts to start 2016. ... After 17 events, finished 175th on 2016 money list with $894. ... In September 2015, placed season-best 11th in Prairie Band Casino & Resort Charity Classic. ... In August 2015, finished seventh in HealthOne Colorado Women's Open. ... Finished 70th on 2015 money list with $10,618. ... In October 2014, failed to advance out of stage II of LPGA Tour Qualifying. ... In June 2014, after losing in a playoff, finished a career-best second in Decatur-Forsyth Classic. ... After 20 events, finished 42nd on 2014 money list with $17,276. ... Ended up 81st on 2013 money list with $4,854.