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Click on a tour below to find information about all players with significant Colorado ties currently competing on a major professional tour. Updated through Aug. 11.

Wyndham Clark (former Highlands Ranch resident; Denver native) — Finished 18th in the Northern Trust and advanced to the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs. … In July, placed a PGA Tour career-best fifth in 3M Open, marking his third straight top-20 showing. … Had missed five straight cuts in the spring. … In March, finished seventh in Honda Classic after being the 54-hole leader. … It was his second straight top 10, folowing a 10th in Puerto Rico Open. …After making 18 cuts in 26 events, stands 90th on 2018-19 money list with $1,225,071. … Earned his PGA Tour card by finishing among the top 25 on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list in 2018. … Is a PGA Tour rookie for the 2018-19 wraparound season. … Early in July 2018, finished fifth in Lincoln Land Championship, marking his fourth top-five of the year on the Web.com Tour. … In May 2018, posted his second straight top-three finish, placing third in the Knoxville Open. … Late in April 2018, finished a professional-best second in United Leasing & Finance Championship. … In February 2018, missed cut in PGA Tour’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, where he was a sponsor exemption … In January 2018, placed fourth in The Bahamas Great Abaco Classic on the Web.com Tour. … Made 12 cuts in 24 events in 2018 and finished the regular season in 16th on the Web.com money list with $187,817. … Finished 23rd in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 10 and earned his Web.com Tour card for 2018. … In November 2017, won a Web.com Tour Q-school second stage tournament, advancing to the final stage. … Late in October 2017, finished career-best 17th and won $68,800 in the PGA Tour’s Sanderson Farms Championship, where he was a sponsor exemption and shared the lead after round 1. It was his 2017-18 PGA Tour debut. … Made one cut in three PGA Tour starts in the 2017-18 wraparound season. … In July 2017, finished 23rd in his Web.com Tour debut at the Pinnacle Bank Championship after Monday qualifying. … Also in July, placed 51st and earned $16,934 in Quicken Loans National, marking his first made cut on the PGA Tour. … Late in June 2017, missed cut in Travelers Championship, his professional debut. … Made one cut in five PGA Tour events in the 2016-17 season. … After one event on the Web.com Tour, finished 197th on the 2017 money list with $4,997. 

David Duval (Colorado resident, 13 PGA Tour wins) — His 2018-19 PGA Tour season is complete. … In July missed cut in TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes, his first Korn Ferry Tour appearance in almost 25 years. … Didn’t make a cut in six PGA Tour starts in 2018-19 season. … Paired with son Brady to finish 14th in nationally televised PNC Father/Son Challenge on Dec. 16. … Early in August 2018, missed cut in Barracuda Championship, marking his fifth MC in five events in the 2017-18 season. … Moved back to Colorado after a brief stay in Florida. … Teamed with stepson Nick Karavites to finish second in title defense at PNC Father/Son Challenge on Dec. 17, 2017. … In July 2017, missed cut in British Open, where he’s a former champion. … In June, missed cut in FedEx St. Jude Classic, his first PGA Tour event since February 2017. … Missed the cut in all four of his PGA Tour events in the 2016-17 wraparound season. … With stepson Nick Karavites, won the PNC Father/Son Challenge on Dec. 11, 2016. It was Duval’s first victory in a nationally televised tournament since 2001. … 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.

Jim Knous (Littleton resident and former Colorado School of Mines golfer) — Has not played since late June due to a right wrist injury and is expected to miss the rest of the year. … In late April and early May, posted two consecutive 13th-place finishes on PGA Tour. … Late in March, placed 22nd in Corales Puntacana Championship, his first top-25 since October. … Late in January, made a final-round hole-in-one and placed 29th in Farmers Insurance Open. … In October, placed a PGA Tour career-best 10th in his first event as a PGA Tour rookie, the Safeway Open. … After making 10 cuts in 18 events, finished 166th on 2018-19 money list with $490,976. … Earned his 2018-19 PGA Tour card by finishing 25th on Web Finals money list. … Late in August 2018, placed 10th in Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, marking his second straight top-10 showing on the Web.com Tour and third of the season. … Earlier in August 2018, placed a Web.com career-best-tying fourth in WinCo Foods Portland Open. … In July 2018, also placed fourth in Utah Championship. … Made 16 cuts in 23 Web.com Tour events in 2018, and finished 52nd on regular-season money list with $100,885. … In early November 2017, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. … Also in November, made his first PGA Tour cut and finished 41st in Shriners Hospitals for Children Open after Monday qualifying. … In August 2017, ended up a career-best eighth in Ellie May Classic. … In July 2017, placed 18th in LECOM Health Challenge. … In April 2017, made his first cut for the 2017 Web.com season, placing a season-best 25th in United Leasing & Finance Championship. … In February 2017, missed cut in his PGA Tour debut at the Waste Management Phoenix Open after Monday qualifying. … Made 10 cuts in 21 Web.com events and finished 94th on 2017 money list with $48,570. … On Dec. 11, 2016, finished 23rd in final stage of Web.com Q-school, earning additional status on the Web circuit for 2017.

Martin Laird (CSU graduate, 3 PGA Tour wins and 1 Web.com victory) — Finished 83rd in the Northern Trust and failed to advance to the second event of the FedExCup Playoffs. … Late in July, posted his second straight top-10 finish, this one a seventh at the Barracuda Championship. … The week before, placed a season-best sixth in Barbasol Championship. … In late April, placed ninth in Zurich Classic of New Orleans team event. … In late November teamed with fellow Scot Russell Knox to end up 14th in World Cup of Golf. … Late in October, placed seventh in Sanderson Farms Championship, marking his best showing in an individual event since July 2017. … After making 18 cuts in 26 events, finished 127th on 2018-19 money list with $863,054. … In late August 2018, placed 73rd at the Northern Trust PGA Tour playoff event and saw his season end. … In April 2018, teamed with Russell Knox to finish a season-best seventh in Zurich Classic of New Orleans team event. … In February 2018, tied for ninth for his second straight tournament, this time at the Genesis Open. Also placed ninth early in February in Waste Management Phoenix Open, his fourth top-10 in that event. It marked Laird’s first back-to-back top-10s on the PGA Tour since February 2015. … On Oct. 27, 2017 was inducted into the CSU Athletic Hall of Fame. … After making 14 cuts in 22 events, finished 114th on 2017-18 money list with $1,017,580. … In July 2017, placed third in Quicken Loans National, marking his best PGA Tour showing in 11 months and his fifth top-10 of the 2016-17 wraparound season. The showing qualified Laird for the British Open… Made 18 cuts in 25 events and finished 60th on 2016-17 money list with $1,759,706. … 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.

Sam Saunders (former Fort Collins resident, 0 Web.com Tour victories) — His PGA Tour season is complete, and he failed to retain his tour card. … In July, placed season-best 10th in John Deere Classic. … Prior to July 1, had missed six cuts in seven events. … Late in October, placed a season-best 26th in Sanderson Farms Championship. … After making 14 cuts in 26 events, finished 175th on 2018-19 money list with $413,887. … In late August 2018, finished 60th at the Northern Trust PGA Tour playoff event and saw his season end after qualifying for the playoffs for the first time. … Earlier in August 2018, placed seventh in Barracuda Championship, marking his fourth top-10 of the season. … In July 2018, placed a season-best fifth in Military Tribute at Greenbrier. … Before Greenbrier, had missed six cuts in his last eight events. … In May 2018, finished ninth in Wells Fargo Championship. … In January 2018, placed season-best eighth at CareerBuilder Challenge. …  After making 14 cuts in 26 events, finished 115th on 2017-18 PGA Tour money list with $981,936. … In October 2017, finished season-best second in Web.com Tour Championship, the fourth and final event of the Web.com Tour Finals, and regained fully-exempt status on the PGA Tour. … Ended up sixth on Web.com Tour Finals 25 and seventh on Web Finals money list with $115,900. … Failed to qualify for 2017 FedExCup Playoffs. … Earlier in August 2017, finished eighth in Barracuda Championship for his second straight top-20. … In March 2017, placed fifth in Puerto Rico Open, his best showing in a PGA Tour event in two years. … After making 13 cuts in 24 events, finished 141st on 2016-17 PGA Tour money list with $678,117. … 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. … Grandson of Arnold Palmer. … Moved to Fort Collins late in 2012, but departed for Florida in 2016.

Kevin Stadler (Part-time Denver resident and Kent Denver High School graduate, 1 PGA Tour win and 4 Web.com victories) — Has not played in a PGA Tour event since November. … In November 2018, missed cut in Mayakoba Golf Classic, his third straight MC to start the season. … Late in October 2018, missed cut in Sanderson Farms Championship, his first PGA Tour event since 2015. … Has 23 events left on a major medical extension, needing to earn $717,890 in those events to keep his exempt status on the PGA Tour. … In August 2017 underwent surgery on a broken left hand. … Missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open in late July. … In early July placed 64th in LECOM Health Challenge on Web.com Tour. … In June finished 22nd in Web.com Tour’s Rust-Oleum Championship, his first tournament in 11 months. … After three Web events, finished 180th on 2018 money list with $6,832. … In July 2017, withdrew after one round of the Web.com Tour’s Digitaly Ally Open, his first PGA Tour-sactioned competition in more than two years. … In July 2016, 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 2015, 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.

Gary Hallberg (Niwot resident, 1 PGA Tour Champions victory, 3 PGA Tour wins and 1 Web.com victory) — No PGA Tour Champions event for week ending Aug. 11. … In late July, missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … In May, placed 33rd in Regions Tradition, the first senior major of the year. … With $51,610, stands 88th on 2019 money list. … Finished 38th in final stage of Q-school on Nov. 30 and failed to help his conditional status for 2019. … On Oct. 21, finished 49th in Dominion Energy Charity Classic and failed to advance to the second event of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs. … In late September 2018, posted his best showing in more than two years by placing eighth in PURE Insurance Championship. … In February 2018, finished 15th in Chubb Classic, his season opener. … After 17 events, finished 63rd on 2018 money list with $232,008. … In early December, placed 57th in final stage of Q-school and failed to earn fully-exempt status for 2018. … Was inducted into the Illinois Golf Hall of Fame in late October 2017. … In August 2017, placed a season-best 13th in Dick’s Sporting Goods Open, giving him two straight top-20 showings. … Also in August, finished a season-best 18th in 3M Championship. … In January 2017, placed 13th in unofficial-money Diamond Resorts Invitational. … After 12 official events, finished 75th on 2017 money list with $129,267. … In May 2016, notched his best PGA Tour Champions finish in 31 months, placing seventh at the Regions Tradition. … 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) — Has not play in a PGA Tour Champions event since April. … In late June, did not play in U.S. Senior Open for the first time since 2003. … In late April, finished season-best 22nd in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. … Shot his age — or under — all three rounds and finished 58th in Chubb Classic in mid-February. … In January, finished 41st in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. … After three events, stands 117th on 2019 money list with $22,425. … In late September, finished 42nd in PURE Insurance Championship, his first Champions event in two months. Irwin shot 67 — six strokes under his age — in the first round. … In July, finished 68th in Senior Players Championship, shooting under his age in both of the final two rounds. … Was the Memorial tournament honoree in Ohio in late May. … In April 2018, teamed up with Wes Short to finish 23rd in Bass Pro Shop Legends of Golf. … In January 2018, placed 42nd at season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship, shooting under his age in round 2. … After eight events, finished 103rd on 2018 money list with $34,575. … In February 2017, placed 41st and shot below his age in round 1 of the Allianz Championship. … In January 2017, finished 28th 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. … After eight events, finished 104th on 2017 money list with $36,280. … Teamed with son Steve to finish 11th for the second consecutive year in the PNC Father/Son Challenge, which concluded Dec. 11, 2016. … In April 2016, paired with Wes Short to post his best Champions finish since 2012, placing fourth at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. … 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.

Brandt Jobe (Kent Denver High School graduate and Colorado Golf Hall of Famer, 1 PGA Tour Champions win) — No PGA Tour Champions event for week ending Aug. 11. … In July, finished 13th in Senior Players Championship. … In late June, missed his first cut ever on PGA Tour Champions, in this case at the U.S. Senior Open. … In May, placed 11th in Regions Tradition, marking his ninth career top-11 showing in senior majors. … Late in April, placed a season-best fifth in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event.  … In late March, placed eighth in Rapiscan Systems Classic, his third top-10 showing of the year. … Earlier in March, finished a season-best sixth in Cologuard Classic. …. Has now placed in the top 30 in 13 of his 15 2019 tournaments. … With $504,227, stands 23rd on 2019 money list. … In November, finished 19th in season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship. … In September 2018, placed fourth in Sanford International, marking his fourth top-five showing in five events. … Earlier in September 2018, finished a season-best second in Ally Challenge. … In July 2018, placed third in Senior Players Championship, marking the eighth top-10 showing in senior majors in his career. … Early in July 2018, placed fifth in U.S. Senior Open in his old home state. … In May 2018, also placed fifth in Insperity Invitational. … In April 2018, teamed up with Scott McCarron to finish ninth in Bass Pro Shop Legends of Golf. … After 20 events, finished 20th on 2018 money list with $977,773. … In November 2017, placed seventh in season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship, giving him seven top-10s in official events in 2017. … Finished ninth in the 2017 Schwab Cup Playoff standings. … In August 2017, placed third in 3M Championship, giving him top-three showings in each of his previous three starts. … In July 2017, placed second in Constellation Senior Players Championship, his fifth top-five performance in senior majors. … Also in July, ended up third in U.S. Senior Open. … In June 2017 won the Principal Charity Classic, his first professional victory since 1998. … In late May 2017, posted a top-10 finish for the second straight year in the Senior PGA, placing eighth. … After 21 official events, finished seventh on 2017 PGA Tour Champions money list with $1,390,059. … In July 2016, placed fifth in Senior British Open, marking his third top-5 showing in senior majors in 2016. … In June 2016, placed fourth in Constellation Senior Players Championship. … In late May 2016, 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. … In February 2015, missed cut in AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, his first PGA Tour event since 2013. … 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 PGA Tour Champions event for week ending Aug. 11. … In late June, finished a season-best 17th at U.S. Senior Open. … In May, placed season-best 27th in Regions Tradition. … In March, placed 40th in Hoag Classic, his 2019 Champions debut. … After seven events, stands 68th on 2019 money list with $114,800. … In February missed cut in AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, his first PGA Tour event in more than six years. … In August 2018, placed 70th in Dick’s Sporting Goods Open, his first event since being sidelined by knee surgery. … In March 2018, finished a PGA Tour Champions career-best sixth in Toshiba Classic, his first PGA Tour-sanctioned championship since November 2015. … With $101,525 after seven events, finished 81st on PGA Tour Champions money list. … Had been sidelined after suffering an elbow injury 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) — Has not played in a PGA Tour Champions event since May. … Late in April, finished 33rd in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event, his 2019 season debut. … With $6,750 after two events, stands 145th on 2019 money list. … After four events, finished 158th on 2018 money list with $15,271. … In April 2017, placed 30th in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event, his 2017 Champions debut. … After three events, finished 144th on 2017 money list with $9,688. … After five events, finished 122nd on 2016 regular-season money list with $26,338. … In February 2014, placed 12th in Allianz Championship, marking his best showing in a PGA Tour Champions non-team event since 2012.

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) — Has yet to play in the 2019 PGA Tour Champions season. … In April 2018, teamed with Bob Gilder to finish 33rd in Bass Pro Shop Legends of Golf. … Finished 134th on 2018 money list with $15,730 after two tournaments. … After three events, finished 125th on 2017 money list with $15,730. … In April 2016, ended up a season-best 15th in Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf team event. … Earlier in April of last year, placed second in Masters Par-3 Contest. … In April 2014 missed cut in his final Masters, which he won in 1982. … 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.

Esteban Toledo (onetime Castle Pines resident, 4 PGA Tour Champions victories and 1 Nationwide Tour win) — No PGA Tour Champions event for week ending Aug. 11. … In June, finished 13th in American Family Insurance Championship. … Late in May, placed a season-best 12th in Senior PGA Championship. … In March, placed a season-best 15th in Hoag Classic. … With $220,836, stands 51st on 2019 money list. … Late in October 2018, finished 30th in Invesco QQQ Championship and failed to advance to the third event of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs. … Placed a season-best eighth in Shaw Charity Classic in early September 2018. … In April 2018, finished 12th in Mitsubishi Electric Classic. … In March 2018, ended up 18th in Toshiba Classic, marking his second straight top-20 showing. …. Also in March 2018, placed 13th in Cologuard Classic. … After 24 events, finished 51st on 2018 money list with $394,790. … In October 2017, finished 40th in PowerShares QQQ Championship and failed to advance to the final event of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs. He finished 50th in Schwab Cup Playoff points. … In September 2017, placed a season-best fifth in Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship. … In February 2017, placed sixth in his title defense at the Allianz Championship. … After 24 events, finished 51st on 2017 money list with $375,244. … In November 2016, 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 that year. … Posted top-25 finishes in 15 of his 23 tournaments in 2015. … 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. … 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.

Mark Wiebe (Colorado Golf Hall of Famer and former Aurora resident, 2 PGA Tour wins and 5 PGA Tour Champions victories) — Has yet to play in the 2019 PGA Tour Champions season. … After one event, finished 162nd on 2018 money list with $9,000. … In January 2018, finished 44th in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship, his first PGA Tour Champions event since May. … In the fall of 2017 became the director of instruction at San Jose Country Club. … In January 2017, placed 46th in season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship. … After two events, finished 151st on 2017 money list with $7,747. … In April 2015, placed third in the Legends of Golf team event, marking his best PGA Tour Champions finish since September 2013. … 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.

Robyn Choi (Former CU golfer) — Did not play in Ladies Scottish Open. … Late in May, made her first cut ever on the LPGA Tour, finishing 63rd in Pure Silk Championship. … After making two cuts in 10 events, stands 169th on 2019 money list with $6,958. … In March, placed 23rd in Symetra Tour’s Symetra Classic. … Stands 73rd on 2019 Symetra Tour money list with $5,065. … In February, missed cut in Ladies European Tour’s in Ladies Classic-Bonville. … Qualified for her 2019 LPGA Tour card by finishing 45th in the LPGA Q-Series on Nov. 3. … The CU junior skipped her final three semesters of college eligibility to compete on the LPGA Tour. … Qualified in Colorado for the 2017 and ’18 U.S. Women’s Opens.

Becca Huffer (Monument resident) — Did not play in Ladies Scottish Open. … In July, made her first cut ever on the LPGA Tour, finishing 76th in the Marathon Classic. … Has made one cut in 14 events this season and stands 179th on 2019 money list with $3,298. … In June, won CoBank Colorado Women’s Open for the second time. … Qualified for her 2019 LPGA Tour card by finishing 10th in the LPGA Q-Series on Nov. 3. … Is an LPGA rookie in 2019. … Competed on the Symetra Tour in 2018. … In early October, finished 15th in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In September, placed eighth in Garden City Charity Classic, marking her second straight top-10. … Finished third in Sioux Falls Greatlife Challenge, also in September. … In July, placed a career-high-tying second in Prasco Charity Championship. … In March 2018, made a final-round hole-in-one and finished 14th at the season-opening Florida’s Natural Charity Classic. … After 20 events, finished 21st on 2018 money list with $42,674. … In August 2017, placed a season-best third in PHC Classic, marking her second straight top-10. … In late April 2017, finished 38th in Symetra Classic, marking her first made cut of 2017. … Had missed cut in her first five events of the year. … After 21 tournaments, finished 43rd on 2017 money list with $19,486. … In December 2016 didn’t make the cut in the final stage of LPGA Q-school, failing to earn 2017 status on that circuit. … In October 2016, finished a career-best second in Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout. … In August 2016, 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 June 2014, won the Michigan PGA Women’s Open. … In September 2013, won the HealthOne Colorado Women’s Open.

Jennifer Kupcho (Westminster resident) — Missed cut in Ladies Scottish Open. … Late in July, finished a career-best second in Evian Championship, an LPGA Tour major. … Earlier in July, placed fifth in Marathon Classic, qualifying for the AIG Women’s British Open in the process. … In June, placed 23rd in Maijer LPGA Classic. … Also in June, finished 62nd in U.S. Women’s Open, her professional debut. … After making five cuts in 10 events, stands 37th on 2019 money list with $380,237. … Qualified for her 2019 LPGA Tour card by finishing second in the LPGA Q-Series on Nov. 3. … Is an LPGA rookie in 2019, but deferred taking membership until after completing her senior season at Wake Forest. … Won the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur in April and the NCAA Division I individual title in May 2018. … As an amateur, played in three LPGA Tour events, including two U.S. Women’s Opens, finishing 21st in the national championship in 2017.

Shane Bertsch (Denver native and Parker resident, 0 PGA Tour wins and 3 Web.com victories) — Did not play on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019, but finished 41st in CoBank Colorado Open in late July. … On Oct. 19 missed cut in PGA Tour Latinoamerica Diners Club Peru Open. … In August 2018, missed cut in Wyndham Championship, the regular-season finale and his second PGA Tour event of the season. … Following the Wyndham, lost his PGA Tour card after playing in the final event of his medical extension. … In late July 2018 finished third in CoBank Colorado Open. … In late June 2018, missed cut in Travelers Championship, his first tournament of the 2017-18 PGA Tour wraparound season. … Made two cuts in 10 events on the Web.com Tour in 2018 and finished 208th on money list with $2,974. … In July 2017, made his first cut of the 2016-17 season on the PGA Tour, finishing 67th in the Barbasol Championship. Prior to that, had missed five cuts in five PGA Tour events in the ’16-17 season … Finished 236th on the ’16-17 season-long money list with $15,328 after making two cuts in nine tournaments. … In April 2017, missed cut in Wells Fargo Championship, his first PGA Tour start since February 2016, when he had a shoulder injury worked on. … Made four cuts in 10 Web.com events in 2017 and finished 159th on the year’s money list with $13,606. … 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.

Josh Creel (former CU golfer and Cheyenne resident) — Missed cut in WinCo Foods Portland Open. … Earlier in August, finished fourth in Ellie Mae Classic, his third top 10 of the season and second since late June, when he finished a career-best second in the Utah Championship, losing in a playoff. … Late in March, placed 12th in Savannah Golf Championship, his second straight top-12 showing on the Web circuit. … Earlier in March, placed a season-best 10th in Chitimacha Louisiana Open. … In mid-February, finished a season-best 35th in LECOM Suncoast Classic. … In January, finished 70th in season-opening Bahamas Great Exuma Classic. … After making 12 cuts in 22 events, stands 28th on 2019 money list with $143,854. … Earned exempt status for the first eight events of the 2019 season by finishing 34th in the final stage of Web.com Tour Q-school on Dec. 9. … After four events, finished 139th on 2017 Web money list with $19,835. … Had conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 131st in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11, 2016.

George Cunningham (Boulder native and former Louisville resident, 1 PGA Tour Canada win) — Missed his fourth straight cut, this one at the WinCo Foods Portland Open. … Late in May, placed season-best sixth in Evans Scholars Invitational, his second straight top-10 showing. … Placed seventh in Knoxville Open on May 19. … After making 10 cuts in 19 events, stands 77th on 2019 money list with $70,280. … In January, missed cut in PGA Tour’s Desert Classic. … Went 2-0-1 for PGA Tour Canada in the Cozumel Cup against PGA Tour Latinoamerica in mid-December. … In early November, Monday qualified and finished 36th in PGA Tour’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. … In September, placed second in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship, marking his sixth top-10 of the PGA Tour Canada season. … Earned 2019 Web.com Tour card by placing second on 2018 PGA Tour Canada money list. … Earlier in September, placed third in Mackenzie Investments Open. … In August, also finished third in Syncrude Oil Country Championship. … In July, finished 29th in RBC Canadian Open on PGA Tour. … In June, won GolfBC Championship. … After 12 events, finished second on 2018 money list with $102,167.

Mark Hubbard (former Denver resident, 1 Web.com Tour win, 1 PGA Tour Canada win) — Finished 18th in WinCo Foods Portland Open, earning his PGA Tour card for 2019-20 after placing among the top 25 in the regular-season points list. … In July, placed 37th in inaugural TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes. … Late in May, placed sixth in Evans Scholars Invitational, his third top-six showing of the year. … In February, scored first Web.com Tour victory, at the LECOM Suncoast Classic. … After making 14 cuts in 21 events, stands 14th on 2019 money list with $214,873. … In March 2018, placed a season-best sixth in El Bosque Mexico Championship, marking his best showing on the Web.com Tour — or the PGA Tour — since September 2015. … In January 2018, ended up 10th in The Bahamas Great Abaco Classic. … Made 15 cuts in 26 events, and finished 72nd on 2018 Web.com money list with $73,192. … Finished seventh in final stage of Web.com Tour Q-school on Dec. 10. … Has spent the past three seasons on the PGA Tour, but lost his card in 2017. … In late September 2017, missed cut in Web.com Tour Championship, the final event of the Web.com Finals, and failed to regain his PGA Tour card. … Finished 66th on Web.com Tour Finals 25 and 83rd on Web Finals money list with $8,368. … Placed 24th in PGA Tour’s regular-season-ending Wyndham Championship in August 2017. … Also in August, finished a season-best 18th at Barracuda Championship. … Made 14 cuts in 27 tournaments in the 2016-17 wraparound season and finished 185th on PGA Tour money list with $267,968. … In August 2016, missed cut in his FedExCup Playoffs debut and saw his 2016-17 season end at The Barclays. … In July 2016, 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 2016, 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-tournament 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.

Jonathan Kaye (Denver native and CU graduate, 2 PGA Tour wins) — Did not play in WinCo Foods Portland Open. … In July, missed cut in inaugural TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes, his 2019 Korn Ferry debut. … In late Feburary, finished 71st and earned $5,910 in Puerto Rico Open, just his second made cut on the PGA Tour since 2011. … Late in July 2018 missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open in his title defense. … Earlier in July 2018, missed cut in PGA Tour’s Barbasol Championship, just his second PGA Tour event since 2011. … In March 2018, missed cut by one stroke in the PGA Tour’s Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship. … In February 2018, was disqualified at the Club Colombia Championship. … Also in February, withdrew in the second round of the Panama Championship, his first Web.com Tour start since April. … In July 2017, won CoBank Colorado Open for his first victory since 2004 — and his second in that event. … In April 2017, made his first Web.com Tour cut since 2014, finishing 33rd in United Leasing & Finance Championship. … After making one cut in three events, finished 207th on 2017 money list with $3,360. … In July 2016, finished second in CoBank Colorado Open. … In March 2014, finished 65th in Panama Claro Championship, his first tour event since 2011. … Only competed in two PGA Tour events in 2011 and finished 252nd on the Tour money list. … Lost his fully-exempt status on the PGA Tour in 2009.

Andrew Svoboda (former Golden resident, 0 PGA Tour wins, 3 Web.com victories) — Finished 43rd in WinCo Foods Portland Open. … Late in July, finished second in Price Cutter Charity Championship, his best Korn Ferry showing since 2016. … After making five cuts in 11 events, stands 58th on 2019 money list with $87,128. … In November, failed to advance from second stage to the final stage of Web Q-school. … In late July 2018, placed a season-best 14th in Price Cutter Charity Championship. … In late June 2018, missed cut in PGA Tour’s Travelers Championship after Monday qualifying. It was his first PGA Tour event since August 2015. … After making five cuts in nine tournaments, finished 136th on 2018 Web.com money list with $26,452. … Finished 131st in final stage of Web.com Tour Q-school on Dec. 10. … In June 2017, placed a season-best seventh in Rex Hospital Open. … In February 2017, finished ninth in Panama Claro Championship, marking his best Web.com showing since April 2016. … After making 10 cuts in 21 events, finished 85th on 2017 money list with $56,394. … In April of 2016, won the Brasil Champions for his third Web.com victory. … 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 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.

Sebastian Heisele (former CU golfer) — Did not play in Made in Denmark Challenge. … Late in May, finished 15th in Challenge Tour’s D+D Real Czech Challenge. … Stands 102nd on Challenge Tour money list with 6,524 euros. … Won European-based Pro Golf Tour’s Open Tazegzout in Morocco on April 5. … Finished 78th and failed to regain his European Tour card at the final stage of Q-school in November. … Late in April, placed fourth in European Challenge Tour’s Turkish Airlines Challenge. … In February 2018, finished season-best eighth in Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, his third top-10 overall on the European Tour. … After 20 events, finished 188th on 2017-18 European Tour money list with 91,643 euros. After eight Challenge Tour tournaments, finished 96th on Challenge money list with 15,932 euros. … In November 2017, finished 18th in the final stage of Q-school and improved his European Tour status for 2107-18. … Also in November 2017, placed 16th in European Challenge Tour’s season-ending NBO Golf Classic Grand Final. … In October 2017, finished second in European Challenge Tour’s Foshan Open. … In September 2017, placed a European Tour career-best third in KLM Open. … Also in September 2017, finished seventh in European Challenge Tour’s Bridgestone Challenge. … In July 2017, finished 16th in Porsche European Open, marking his first made cut in over a month. … In May 2017, placed fourth in the Open de Portugal. … In April 2017, finished 19th for second straight week, this one at the European Tour’s Turkish Airlines Challenge. … Earned six top-25 showings on the European Tour in 2016-17, and three on the European Challenge Tour in 2017. … Finished 141st on 2016-17 European Tour money list with 210,332 euros and 16th on the Challenge Tour money list with 88,732 euros. … Earned his 2017 European Tour card by finishing 19th in the final stage of Q-school in November 2016. … In July 2016, 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 2016, placed eighth in Challenge Tour’s Made in Denmark Challenge. … In March 2016, shared fourth place in the Challenge Tour’s Barclays Kenya Open. … Finished 28th in 2016 Challenge Tour rankings with 66,084 euros.

Espen Kofstad (former DU golfer, 3 European Challenge Tour wins, 0 European Tour victories) — No European Tour event for week ending Aug. 11. … In June, finished 19th in Belgian Knockout, his second straight top 20. … Late in May, placed season-best 12th in Made in Denmark tournament. … In December, placed season-best 42nd in Alfred Dunhill Championshiip. … Also in December, missed cut in Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open, his first European Tour event since December 2017. … After making seven cuts in 14 events, stands 155th on the 2018-19 European Tour money list with 103,691 euros. … Missed cuts in both of his events of the 2017-18 wraparound season. … Mauritius Open in December 2017 was his first event on the European Tour since January 2017. … In mid-February 2017 underwent right wrist surgery. … Placed 20th in season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship on Dec. 4, 2016. … Finished 246th 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 2016. … In August 2016, placed 43rd in Olympic golf tournament. … In July 2016, 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 2014, qualified for the 2014-15 European Tour by finishing 10th in the final stage of Q-school. … 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.        

Blake Cannon (former CSU golfer) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11, but late in July finished 15th in CoBank Colorado Open. … In May, finished a season-best fifth in Puerto Plata Open. … Had missed the cut in his first three PTLA events of 2019. … After making one cut in six events, stands 62nd on 2019 money list with $5,933. … Finished 39th in a Q-school tournament on April 5, earning conditional status on PGA Tour Canada in 2019. … … In January, finished 15th in a PGA Tour Latinoamerica Q-school event, giving him conditional status for the 2019 season. … In November, failed to advance from second stage to final stage of Web.com Q-school. … Did not play on PGA Tour Canada in 2018. … Finished 27th in a PGA Tour Canada Q-school tournament on March 16 and earned conditional status for 2018.

Chris Gilman (Former University of Denver golfer) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11. … After making two cuts in six events, stands 121st on 2019 money list with $1,488. … In November, failed to advance from second stage to final stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … In March 2018, finished 46th in 59 Abierto Mexicano de Golf, his first Latinoamerica event of 2018. … Finished 195th on 2018 money list with $796 after two events. … Finished 33rd in a Q-school tournament that ended on Jan. 19 and earned conditional status on PGA Tour Latinoamerica for 2018. … After making six cuts in 11 events on PGA Tour Canada, finished 80th on 2017 money list with $6,896. … Earned medalist honors in the PGA Tour Canada Q-school tournament that ended March 17 in Santee, Calif., earning status for the entire 2017 season.

Chris Korte (Colorado resident and former University of Denver golfer) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11, but in late July missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … After making three cuts in seven events, stands 103rd on 2019 money list with $2,275. … In February, finished eighth and earned exempt status for the first half of the Latinoamerica season at a Q-school event Brazil.

Josh Seiple (Castle Pines resident) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11, but in late July missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … In May, finished 21st and earned conditional status in a Q-school tournament for PGA Tour Canada. … Finished 32nd in a PGA Tour Latinoamerica Q-school event in January, giving him conditional status for the 2019 season. … Was a senior at the University of Mississippi, and used up his college eligibility in May 2019.

Derek Tolan (Highlands Ranch resident and former CU golfer) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11, but in late July missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … In November, missed cut in Visa Open de Argentina. … In October 2018, failed to advance out of the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … Late in July 2018, finished seventh in CoBank Colorado Open. … In June 2018 won Navajo Trail Open in Durango.  … In March 2018, missed cut in season-opening Guatemala Stella Artois Open. … Missed the cut in all three of his Latinoamerica starts in 2018. … Finished 19th in a Q-school tournament that ended on Feb. 2 and earned conditional status on the Latinoamerica Tour. … Has played in 11 Latinoamerica Tour events in his career, posting one top 10. … In July 2017, placed 15th in CoBank Colorado Open. … 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 and has also played in four other PGA Tour events in his career.

Tom Whitney (former Fort Collins resident and former Air Force Academy golfer, 1 PGA Tour Latinoamerica victory) — No Latinoamerica event for week ending Aug. 11, but in late July finished fourth in CoBank Colorado Open. … In June, finished ninth in Bupa Match Play. … In May, placed fourth in BMW Jamaica Classic, marking his third top-10 of the season. … Late in April, won his first Latinoamerica event, the 88 Abierto OSDE del Centro. … Late in March, placed 10th in season-opening Buenaventura Classic. … After making seven cuts in seven events, stands first on 2019 PGA Tour Latinoamerica money list with $52,900. … Finished fourth in a PGA Tour Latinoamerica Q-school event in January, giving him exempt status for the first half of the 2019 season. … Failed to advance past the first stage of Web Q-school in the fall of 2018. … In May 2018, placed 26th in Nashville Golf Open — his Web.com Tour season debut — after Monday qualifying. … Earlier in May 2018, missed cut in AT&T Byron Nelson, his third PGA Tour start of the season. … In January 2018, finished 67th and earned $12,095 in PGA Tour’s CareerBuilder Challenge, where he received a sponsor exemption. It was Whitney’s first earned check on the PGA Tour. … Finished 147th on 2018 Web money list with $17,220 after making six cuts in 11 events. … In early November 2017, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. … Also in November 2017, missed cut in PGA Tour’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open after Monday qualifying. … Finished 47th in regular-season-ending WinCo Foods Portland Open in late August 2017. … In July 2017, placed 11th in Nashville Golf Open, marking his second straight top-11 showing. … In late June 2017, placed a Web.com Tour career-best fifth in Lincoln Land Charity Championship.. … Earlier in June, finished 22nd in Rust-Oleum Championship. … After making eight cuts in 15 events, finished 89th on 2017 money list with $49,856. … Went 2-1 in match play, helping the PGA Tour Latinoamerica team defeat PGA Tour Canada in the Aruba Cup in late 2016. … Had 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 2016, placed career-best second in Roberto De Vicenzo Punta del Este Open. … In July 2016, won the Waterloo Open for the second consecutive year. … In March 2016, 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.

Mariell Bruun (former DU golfer) — Did not play in Ladies Scottish  Open. … Late in April, finished 57th in Lalla Meryem Cup, her 2019 LET opener. … After two events, stands 128th on 2019 money list with 2,168. … Earned conditional status for the 2019 season by finishing 27th in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 20. … Missed the cut in both of her 2018 tournaments. … Had conditional status on the LET in 2018.

Tonje Daffinrud (former DU golfer) — Missed cut in Ladies Scottish Open. … In June, finished a career-best fourth in Ladies European Thailand Championship. … In May, placed season-best 10th in La Reserva de Sotogrande. … In March, placed 18th in ActewAGL Canberra Classic. … After 11 events, stands 34th on 2019 LET money list with 32,613 euros. … In February, placed 27th in LPGA Tour’s ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. … In late November, placed season-best 12th in season-ending Andalucia Open de Espana. … In April 2018, placed 16th in Lalla Meryem Cup. … After 11 events, finished 49th on 2018 money list with 25,999 euros. … In February 2017, missed cut in LPGA Tour’s ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. … Also in Feburary 2017, finished a career-best sixth in LET season-opening Oates Vic Open. … Finished 73rd on 2017 LET money list with 16,065 euros. … In October 2016 failed to advance to final stage of LPGA qualifying. … 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. … 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) — Missed cut in Ladies Scottish Open. … In May, finished season-best 13th in La Reserva de Sotogrande. … Late in April, placed 21st in Lalla Meryem Cup. … After seven events, stands 63rd on 2019 money list with 16,638 euros. … In late November, finished 36th in season-ending Andalucia Open de Espana. … In October, finished 24th in Hero Women’s Indian Open. … In September, placed 21st in Estrella Damm Ladies Open. … In Feburary 2018, finished 37th in season-opening Oates Vic Open. … After eight events, finished 72nd on 2018 LET money list with 17,039 euros. … In November 2017, placed a season-best 11th in Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open. … Early in September 2017 placed 23rd in CoBank Colorado Women’s Open. … In August 2017, finished 14th in Symetra Tour’s PHC Classic. … In July 2017, placed 17th in Thailand Championship. … After nine events, finished 70th on 2017 LET money list with 18,043 euros. … In December 2016, 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 May 2013, placed an LET career-best sixth in Turkish Airlines Ladies Open.

Oskar Arvidsson (former DU golfer) — No PGA Tour China event for week ending Aug. 11. … After seven events, stands 117th on 2019 money list with 14,160 yuan. … Placed 20th in season-ending Clearwater Bay Open in mid-October. … After 14 events, finished 48th on PGA Tour China 2018 money list with 132,917 yuan. … On Feb. 4, 2018, earned fully-exempt status on PGA Tour China by finishing fifth in a Q-school tournament. … Qualified for the British Open in 2016.
     
Li Chen (UNC golfer) — Has yet to play on PGA Tour China in 2019. … In late January, finished 21st in a PGA Tour China Q-school event, giving him conditional status for the 2019 season. … Was a senior on the UNC golf team, using up his eligibility in May 2019. O

Kyler Dunkle (Former Colorado resident) — Finished 30th in ATB Financial Classic. … In late July, placed 54th in CoBank Colorado Open. … In June, finished a professional career-best fifth in GolfBC Championship. … After seven events, stands 48th on 2019 money list with $10,200. … Early in June, missed cut in Bayview Place DCBank Open, his pro debut. … Late in May, finished 28th in NCAA tournament to conclude his college career. … Earned exempt status for at least the first six events of the 2019 season by finishing sixth in a Q-school event in San Antonio in early March. … Completed his final semester as a college golfer at the University of Utah before beginning his tour career.

James Love (Denver resident, former University of Denver golfer, 1 PGA Tour Canada win) — Finished 12th in ATB Financial Classic. … In late July finished second in CoBank Colorado Open. … Earlier in July, finished 49th in inaugural TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes on Korn Ferry Tour. … After two events, stands 97th on 2019 money list with $4,400. … In October, failed to advance out of the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … In September, finished 32nd in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship. … In August, placed a season-best fifth in Players Cup. … Late in July, finished 19th in CoBank Colorado Open. … Earlier in July, finished a season-best 19th in Windsor Championship. … In June, missed cut in season opener, the Freedom 55 Financial Open. … After nine events, finished 51st on 2018 money list with $13,937. … Failed to advance to second stage of Web.com Tour Q-school in the fall of 2017. … In June 2017, placed eighth in Bayview Place Cardtronics Open after shooting 61 in the third round. … After 12 events, finished 54th on 2017 money list with $12,138. … In fall 2016, failed to advance to the final stage of Web.com Q-school. … In October 2016 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, 2016 ending a string of six straight missed cuts. … In June 2016, 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.

Jamie Marshall (Lone Tree resident) — Has yet to play on PGA Tour Canada in 2019, but in late July missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … In October, failed to advance out of the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … Did not play on PGA Tour Canada in 2018. … After making three cuts in 10 events, finished 129th on 2017 money list with $1,903. … Finished ninth in the Q-school tournament that ended March 24, 2017 in San Jacinto, Calif., earning PGA Tour Canada status for 2017.

A.J. Morris (Aspen resident) — Has yet to play on PGA Tour Canada in 2019. … In November, failed to advance from second stage to final stage of Web.com Q-school. … Did not play on PGA Tour Canada in 2018. … Earned conditional status on PGA Tour Canada by finishing 27th in a Q-school tournament ending on April 27. … Finished 50th in PGA Tour Latinoamerica Q-school on Jan. 26 and failed to qualify for that tour for 2018. … After making three cuts in 10 events, finished 131st on 2017 PGA Tour Canada money list with $1,754. … Tied for 14th in the Q-school tournament that ended April 14, 2017 in Sebring, Fla., earning conditional PGA Tour Canada status for 2017.
   
Cole Nygren (former Longmont resident) — Did not play in ATB Financial Classic, but in late July missed cut in CoBank Colorado Open. … Late in May, missed cut in season-opening Canada Life Open. … Finished 18th in a Q-school tournament on April 5, earning conditional status on PGA Tour Canada in 2019. … PGA Tour Canada season begins May 23.

Jeremy Paul (former CU golfer) — Finished fifth in ATB Financial Classic.. … After eight events, stands 27th on 2019 money list with $16,614. … In November, failed to advance from second stage to final stage of Web.com Q-school. … In September, finished 26th in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship on PGA Tour Canada. … In August, finished a season-best 10th on PGA Tour Canada’s ATB Financial Classic. … In early June 2018, placed 23rd in Freedom 55 Financial Open, the opener on PGA Tour Canada. … Finished 57th on 2018 PGA Tour Canada money list with $12,412. … Earned conditional status on PGA Tour Canada by finishing 16th in a Q-school tournament that ended on April 6. … In March 2018, finished ninth in season-opening Guatemala Stella Artois Open. … Finished 113th on 2018 Latinoamerica money list with $5,443 after three events. … Late in January 2018, won the Pro Golf Tour’s Red Sea Ain Sokhna Classic in Egypt for his first pro victory. … Earlier in January, finished 23rd in a Q-school tournament that ended Jan. 12 and earned conditional status on PGA Tour Latinoamerica for 2018. … In mid-June 2017, placed 27th in Air Capital Classic, marking his first made cut on the Web.com Tour. … After making four cuts in 12 events, finished 169th on 2017 Web.com money list with $9,972. … In April, missed cut by two in his professional debut at the Web.com United Leasing & Finance Championship. … Had conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 72nd in the final stage of Q-school on Dec. 11. … Stayed at CU for most of his final semester of college golf in early 2017, but turned pro on April 17, prior to the 2017 Pac-12 Championship.

Yannik Paul (former CU golfer) — Finished 14th in ATB Financial Classic. … After nine events, stands 20th on 2019 money list with $19,893. … In early November, failed to advance from second stage to the final stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … In September, finished 40th in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship. … In August, placed a season-best fifth in Syncrude Oil Country Championship. … Late in July finished 15th in CoBank Colorado Open. … In June, placed 36th in season opener, the Freedom 55 Financial Open. … Finished 58th on 2018 money list with $11,941. … Finished 30th in a Q-school tournament on May 4 and earned conditional status for 2018.

Beau Schoolcraft (Colorado resident and former CU golfer) — Has yet to play on PGA Tour Canada in 2019. … In October, failed to advance out of the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … Late in June, missed cut in Lethbridge Paradise Canyon Open, his PGA Tour Canada debut for 2018. … Finished 27th in a Q-school tournament on March 16 and earned conditional status for 2018.

Michael Schoolcraft (Denver resident) — Missed cut in ATB Financial Classic. … In late July, placed 15th in CoBank Colorado Open. … After seven events, stands 158th on 2019 money list with $675. … In October, failed to advance out of the first stage of Web.com Tour Q-school. … In September, finished 55th in season-ending Freedom 55 Financial Championship. … In August 2018, placed season-best seventh in ATB Financial Classic. … In July 2018,  finished 25th in CoBank Colorado Open. … After 12 events, finished 33rd on 2018 money list with $23,375. … Finished seventh in a Q-school tournament that ended on March 16 2018 and earned some exempt status on PGA Tour Canada. … Missed cut in his three 2017 Web.com Tour events. … In February 2017, missed cut in his second PGA Tour start ever, at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, after Monday qualifying. … Had conditional status on the Web.com Tour for 2017 after finishing 141st in the final stage of Q-school. … Played primarily on PGA Tour Canada in 2016. … In September of that year, finished a career-best second on Cape Breton Open, marking his sixth top-20 showing of the season. … 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.

Glenn Workman (Pueblo West resident) — Has yet to play on PGA Tour Canada in 2019. … In late March, finished 24th in a PGA Tour Canada Q-school tournament, earning conditional status for 2019. … PGA Tour Canada season begins May 23. … Won the CGA Amateur in 2017.

Emily Childs (former CU golfer) — Has yet to play on the Symetra Tour in 2019. … In October, failed to advance from second to final stage of LPGA Q-school. … In early October, missed cut in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In May 2018, ended up 10th in Symetra Classic. … Also in May 2018, also placed 10th in IOA Invitational. … After 16 events, finished on 2018 money list with $12,267. … In early December 2017, finished 144th in final stage of LPGA Q-school and failed to qualify for 2018 LPGA Tour. … In October 2017, missed cut in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In September 2017, placed sixth in Garden City Charity Classic, marking her second straight top-10 showing. … Also in September 2017, placed eighth in Sioux Falls Greatlife Challenge. … In July 2017, also finished eighth in Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic. … Likewise in July, missed cut in U.S. Women’s Open. … Also in July 2017, finished fourth in Donald Ross Centennial Classic. … After 17 events, finished 29th on 2017 money list with $27,297. … In October 2016 failed to advance to stage 3 from stage 2 at LPGA Q-school. … Failed to earn LPGA Tour status for 2015 at the final stage of qualifying that ended on Dec. 7, 2014.

Jenny Coleman (former CU golfer) — Missed cut in PHC Classic. … In late July, finished fifth in CDPHP Open. … Earlier in July, placed season-best second in Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic. … In her last eight Symetra starts starts, she has a second-placed showing, three thirds and a fifth. … After 16 events, stands seventh on 2019 money list with $61,350. … Early in November, finished 93rd and failed to earn her LPGA Tour card at the Q-Series qualifying tournament. … In early October 2018, finished 43rd in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In July 2018, placed seventh in Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic. … Also in July, finished seventh in Prasco Charity Championship. … In May 2018, placed a season-best fourth in Valley Forge Invitational. … Earlier in May 2018, ended up sixth in IOA Invitational. … After 21 events, finished 28th on 2018 money list with $33,382. … In early December 2017, finished 50th in final stage of LPGA Q-school, falling short by one stroke of gaining conditional status on the LPGA Tour in 2018. … Has missed the cut in her last eight LPGA Tour events. … In May 2017, made her first cut on the LPGA Tour, placing 48th in LPGA Volvik Championship. … In April 2017, missed cut in Lotte Championship, her 2017 LPGA Tour debut. … After making one LPGA cut in 10 events, finished 171st on 2017 money list with $4,640… In April 2017, finished 14th in Symetra Tour’s POC Med Golf Classic. … After 10 events, finished 108th on Symetra Tour’s 2017 money list with $6,513. … In December 2016, finished 29th in the final stage of LPGA Tour qualifying, earning conditional status for 2017, when she was an LPGA rookie. …. Played on the Symetra Tour in 2016. … After 22 events, finished 31st on 2016 Symetra Tour money list with $31,466.

Kristin Coleman (former CU golfer) — Finished 55th in PHC Classic. … After 16 events, stands 87th on 2019 money list with $8,634. … In October failed to advance from second to final stage of LPGA Q-school. … In early October, finished 20th in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In May 2018, placed 37th in Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic. … After 21 events, finished 82nd on 2018 Symetra money list with $10,540. … In October 2017 finished 83rd in LPGA Q-school stage II and failed to advance to the final stage of qualifying. … In September 2017, placed a Symetra Tour career-best 11th in Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout. … In May 2017, placed 15th in Self Regional Heathare Foundation Classic. … Finished 62nd on 2017 money list with $14,123 after 20 tournaments. … After 12 events, finished 121st on 2016 Symetra Tour money list with $3,826.

Brittany Fan (former CU golfer) — Did not play in PHC Classic. … Late in June, missed cut in Prasco Charity Championship, her third MC in as many events on Symetra Tour in 2019.

Emily Gilbreth (former Denver resident) — Did not play in PHC Classic. … In late June, withdrew after a first-round 79 in Prasco Charity Championship. … Has missed the cut (or withdrew) in her first 13 events of the 2019 season. … In 2017, won CWGA Match Play.

Esther Lee (former CU golfer) — Finished 35th in PHC Classic. … In July, placed fourth in Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic. … In her last eight starts on the Symetra Tour, Lee owns one second-place finish, three thirds and a fourth. … In June, placed a career-best second in Valley Forge Invitational, losing in a playoff. … With $60,033 after 14 events, stands eighth on 2019 money list. … On Aug. 31, finished third in CoBank Colorado Women’s Open. … After 14 events, finished 56th on 2018 Symetra Tour money list with $19,619.

Carleigh Silvers (Former Greeley resident and former University of Northern Colorado golfer) — Has yet to play on the Symetra Tour in 2019. … In early October, finished 38th in season-ending Symetra Tour Championship. … In April 2018, lost a playoff and finished a career-best second in IOA Championship. … After 17 events, finished 66th on 2018 money list with $14,889. … In early December 2017, finished 150th in final stage of LPGA Q-school and failed to qualify for 2018 LPGA Tour. … In July 2017, finished 16th in Firekeepers Casino Hotel Championship. … In April 2017, placed 20th in Sara Bay Classic. … After 18 events, finished 95th on 2017 money list with $8,440. … In July 2016, placed a career-best seventh in Tullymore Classic. … In August 2015, placed seventh in HealthOne Colorado Women’s Open. … In June 2014, missed cut in U.S. Women’s Open.

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