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Recently retired John Peterson is already back in action as he earned a seat into the Barbasol Championship following a pre-tournament withdraw from Jim Carter.

Peterson was playing on a medical extension that ended at The Greenbrier in his latest start. He fell just 0.585 FedExCup Points shy of securing conditional status. He was on the record that if he missed retaining his card then he would head back to Texas and go on with a career in real estate. However, this week's field went deep down the priority rankings after some pre-tournament WDs, Peterson got the nod and has a chance to pick up some Non-member FEC Points. With his medical extension expired, he is no longer just 0.585 FEC Points away from securing conditional status. Peterson could pick up another start with a top-10 finish this week, giving him a nice goal to shoot for. He could shoot for the Web.com Tour Finals if he does want to give his golf thing another shot.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 17 - 10:30 AM

John Oda fashioned a bogey-free, 8-under-par 32-32=64 during the Open Qualifier into the Barbasol Championship to play his way into the event.

The UNLV alum made a big splash earlier this season with a solo 8th at the OHL Classic. The rest of his PGA TOUR career features finishes outside the top 65. Other starts this year include a 3-for-3 record on the Mackenzie Tour. Oda was highly touted out of college so gamers should certainly keep a close eye on him. Other qualifiers include: Ryan Wenzler (-10), Domenico Geminiani (-6), and Kevin Foley (-5). Foley survived a 7-for-1 playoff that included MJ Daffue, Wes Homan, Jason Widener, Kenny Goodykoontz, Blanton Farmer, and Zachary Olsen.
Jul 17 - 10:18 AM

Shaun Norris has fond memories of last year's Open, can he repeat in the 147th running of the event at Carnoustie in Angus?

At first glance there is nothing of note about the South African journeyman who has found his feet in Japan and Asia, but there are perhaps three factors. The first is that he has extensive experience of the UK, having spent time on the third tier EuroPro Tour over ten years ago. The second is that he shot a brilliant 65 in round three at Royal Birkdale last year (he ended the week T62). Easy conditions, maybe, but he took advantage in some style. Finally there is form: He has two top four in his last four starts on the Japanese Tour.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 17 - 6:45 AM

Jazz Janewattannanond will make his tournament debut in the Open Championship at Carnoustie in Angus this week.

The Thai 22-year-old is in the form of his life. He collected a couple of top tens on home soil in early summer, added victory in the Queen's Cup, again at home, and then second in the Sarawak Championship. He has spent the last ten days in Scotland getting used to the unusual conditions, but faces a tough task. He has one top ten from 34 European Tour starts. Back in 2010 he became the youngest ever player to make an Asian Tour cut at 14 years and 71 days. Tenth on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 17 - 6:43 AM

Gavin Green will make his tournament debut in the 147th Open at Carnoustie in Angus this week.

Not just an Open first start, but a maiden major appearance for the 24-year-old from Malaysia. He has very little experience of links golf. He missed the cut in the Irish Open at Ballyliffin, but followed that up with 69-67-65-68 to land T19 in last week's Scottish Open at Gullane. He's not scared of a tough track because he was T2 on the Player Course at DLF G&CC in the 2017 Indian Open, but that is his only top ten on the European Tour.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 17 - 6:42 AM

Grant Forrest will play a second Open Championship at Carnoustie in Angus this week.

The Scot was able to play Final Qaulifying at The Renaissance Club, just a few miles from his home town, which itself is only a few miles from the location of last week's Scottish Open. He took advantage to grab one of three places and it comes off the best form of his three year Challenge Tour career. He's twice been second this season, in the Costa Del Sol Matchplay 9 and the Aa St Omer Open. Nor is this his tournament debut, although he'll have mixed memories of his debut. He made it at Muirfield (yet again close to home), but a second round 86 saw him miss the cut after an opening 73.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 17 - 6:41 AM

Rhys Enoch will tee it up in this week's The 147th Open at Carnoustie in Angus.

Enoch hails from Cornwall in England but represents Wales and will be making a somewhat emotional return to the Open, having made his debut in 2014 at Royal Liverpool, an appearance he dedicated to his brother Ben, another fine golfer who was tragically killed in a car accident on the way to the 2009 Lytham Trophy. He desperately needs the boost of a good week having plugged away on the Challenge Tour for the last four seasons with very little to show for it. He missed the cut at Hoylake and is 3-for-10 on the European Tour with a best of T44 in the 2014 Russian Open. He did, however, win the Sunshine Tour's Cape Town Open this year and was T6 in the Scottish Challenge last month. Got his place from Final Qualifying at Notts GC.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 17 - 6:40 AM

Hideki Matsuyama continues the search for his coveted first major championship, prepping for this week's Open Championship in Angus, Scotland.

It's been a down year for Matsuyama as he's fought through a wrist injury. He is 11-for-13 but has just two top 10s to his name. He's secured at least seven top 10s in each of the last three seasons so he has a lot of ground to make up. On the bright side, he's rattled off three straight top 20s including a T16 at the U.S. Open. Playing links golf this week, Matsuyama has reached the midpoint at T10 in two of his last three Open Championship appearances. Many say he has the weight of a country on his shoulders but there is a reason why all the Japanese media have such lofty expectations for Matsuyama. He is one of the best golfers in the world to be without a major championship trophy. Entering with 11 straight starts without a top 10, perhaps this is the perfect time to strike while he's a bit more under-than-radar than usual.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 16 - 10:04 PM
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