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Top 10 to watch in Louisiana

After about a month off, the Tour returns this week at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER.

It was here a year ago where Wesley Bryan kick-started his fabulous season, as he captured the Chitimacha Louisiana Open by one shot. Last year’s leaderboard was chalk full of PGA TOUR-bound golfers like Julian Etulain, Martin Flores, Ryan Brehm and Joel Dahmen – who all finished in The 25 in 2016, and Jonathan Byrd, a five-time TOUR winner.

If last year’s event was any indication, the Tour’s return to the United States after four tournaments in the Caribbean and South America respectively should identify some of those who will be there at the end of the season, TOUR card in hand.

Recent grads find quick success on PGA TOUR

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – In many players’ minds, the Tour isn’t so severely different from the PGA TOUR.

The amount of travel is comparable, the caliber of player is eerily similar and the professional grind of playing multiple weeks in a row takes a toll on each Tour.

Many fields at Tour events are filled with past PGA TOUR winners and others who have had success on the main stage, mixed with rising stars fresh out of college, facilitating a unique type of challenge that forces a player to bring his best game on any given week if he hopes to find success.

Putnam wins Panama Claro Championship in playoff

PANAMA CITY, Panama – Andrew Putnam birdied the first hole of sudden death to win the Panama Claro Championship in a playoff over Chris Baker. Putnam, who earned his second career Tour victory, collected a check for $112,500 and moved into the top spot on the money list.


Dramatic hole-out propels Tracy to Club Colombia title

BOGOTA, Colombia — Ethan Tracy moved into the top spot on the money list with a thrilling overtime victory at the Club Colombia Championship by Servientrega. Tracy and Mexico’s Roberto Diaz were gridlocked at 13-under-par 271 at the end of regulation and headed back to the par-5 18th hole at Country Club de Bogota to determine the winner.

Top Shot: Ethan Tracy at Club Colombia, Round 4

Ethan Tracy holes his 101-yard approach shot for eagle on the par-5 18th hole forcing a playoff in the final round of the 2017 Club Colombia Championship by Servientrega.