La Quinta, CA (Sports Network) - Dong-Hwan Lee closed with a 5-under 67 on
Monday to earn medalist honors at the PGA Tour Qualifying School.
Lee finished at 25-under-par 407 and became the first international player to
win Q School since England's Brian Davis won in 2004.
Ross Fisher, a 4-time winner on the European Tour, fired a 6-under 66 to share
second place at minus-24 with Steve LeBrun (69).
Billy Horschel and Richard H. Lee both shot 68 in the final round to end at
23-under-par 409. They were joined there by Kris Blanks (70).
Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton closed with back-to-back 67s
to grab a share of seventh at minus-22. He ended alongside Brad Fritsch (68)
and Jin Park (70).
Steven Bowditch led entering the final round, but closed with a 74 to share
10th at 21-under 411.
Twenty-six players received their PGA Tour cards for 2013. Players are split
their six rounds on the Stadium Course and the Nicklaus Tournament Course at
PGA West, with the leaders playing the Stadium Course on Monday.
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