PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL | Charles Wang successfully completed the Web.com Tour's Q-School Finals to become the youngest player in the 157-man field at 18-years old to attain his tour card December 10-13 at PGA National's Champion and Fazio Courses.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL | Charles Wang competed at the Web.com tour's Q school finals for the first time on Thursday, and began the first round with an even par 72. Along with the help of his caddie, B.J. Pitzen, Wang arrived at PGA national aiming at the top 45 position in order to grab his Web.com Tour card. Wang's beginning on the Fazio course put him into a tie for 81st after the first round. During Wang's second round of play, he charged up the leaderboard by posting a 3-under par round of 68 on the Champion Course, which plays host to the PGA Tour's Honda Classic.
PLANTATION, FL | Charles Wang finished in 2nd place at the Web.com Tour's Q-School's Second Stage qualifying. Wang shot 71 to sit in a tie for 13th place after the first round of the Web.Com Tour's Q-School's second stage at Plantation Preserve Golf & Club. Tour caddie B.J. Pitzen helped Wang to the lowest round of the formidable, wind-riddled second round of the tournament with a 7-under par 64 to surge to the top of the leaderboard after 36 holes. Wang fired a bogey-free third round 67 to sit in solo second at 12-under 201 and one shot behind Chris Baker.
VENICE | Jiayi Zhou shot even-par 72 in the opening round of LPGA Tour Q-School's Second Stage Thursday to sit in a tie for twelfth place with B.J. Pitzen as her caddie. After round one, 112 players were at 4-over par or better while Yu Liu fired a 4-under par 68 to take the early lead. The top 80 and ties will advance to the third stage in Daytona Beach at LPGA International. Zhou maintained her top-15 position after completing her second round in 3-over 75 to sit at 145 in a tie for 15th place. Yu Liu and Grace Na are tied for first with a 142.