Watch out for Harrison Frazar in 2009.
Dude just threw down at Q School. Over six days, Frazar fired 69-64-72-59-69-67 to finish 32 under, eight shots ahead of his nearest competitor, James Nitties, at Q School’s final and most intimidating, stress-packed stage.
If Frazar can take that kind of game into next year’s Tour season, he could be one of the players to watch. As tough Q School is from a mental standpoint, it’s still just that–a qualifier. Let’s see how Frazar does when he’s once again playing in a standard field Tour players.
Wil Collins–who made it to the last stage for the first time in seven tries–needed an 18 foot par putt on the final hole to finish -19, exactly on the number. Talk about pressure.
Check out the final leaderboard here.
Other than a couple of tricked up, golfing snooze fests made for television, this is about the last golf tournament of note until next year. The ’09 season can’t get here fast enough.