Former Bobcat Golfers in 15th at PGA Tour Q-School
by Jessica Newland, sports information student assistant
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – Niclas Johansson and David Robinson, two former Georgia College golfers, finished another round during the first stage of the PGA Tour Q-School leading them each to currently hold 15th place.
Johansson completed his third round during the first stage of Q-School tour with a score of 74 to earn a total score of one under par. This score leaves him in 15th place, while the top 22 positions qualify for the next stage at The Clubs of Kingwood in Kingwood, Texas.
Robinson ended his second round of the first stage with a score of 71, leaving him with a total of six under par. He is currently in 15th place as well, with the top 21 positions qualifying for the next stage at the Mountain View Golf Course in Pine Mountain, Ga. Robinson is a GC Hall of Famer who graduated in 2003.
The first stage of the tour is completed after a total of four rounds and continues through Oct. 30. The second stage will begin Nov. 16.
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