David Bradshaw of the U.S. cruised to an eight-stroke victory yesterday at PGA Tour Canada’s British Columbia Qualifying Tournament.
Bradshaw carded a final round 73 to finish 17-under par. He and 17 other competitors earned exempt status and 42 total players picked up PGA Tour Canada cards for 2014.
The 31-year-old Bradshaw coasted to the win on the heels of a brilliant start, including a course record 62 in Wednesday’s second round at Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community.
Bradshaw joins Qualifying Tournament medalists Jordan Krantz of Canada and Daniel Miernicki of the U.S., who won the Florida and California Qualifying Tournaments, respectively. Eight shots behind Bradshaw were Timothy Madigan and Adam Long.
More Canadians make tour:
Thirteen Canadians earned status on PGA Tour Canada for 2014 at the Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community, bringing the total number of Canadians with playing status to 42.
Here are the Canucks who qualified this week:
- Greg Machtaler, T4 - Summerland, BC
- Ben Silverman, T4 - Thornhill, ON
- Ted Brown, T11 - Peterborough, ON
- Adam Cornelson, T11 - Langley, BC
- Brad Clapp, T18 - Chilliwack, BC
- Riley Fleming, T30 - Airdrie, AB
- James Love, T30 - Calgary, AB
- Mitch Evanecz, T-35 - Red Deer, AB
- James Seymour, T35 - Aurora, ON
- Kevin Stinson, T38 - Mission, BC
- Braeden Cryderman, T38 - Huntsville, ON
- Mitch Sutton, T38 - London, ON
- Brett Cairns, T38 - Courtland, ON
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