Australasians play Japan Q School Final

BY Bruce Young | 04 Dec 2013

Final qualifying for the 2014 Japan Golf Tour begins this Thursday at the Cocopa Resort Club Hakusan Village Golf Course’s Queen and King layouts in Mie in Southern Honshu.

The event will be played over four rounds with a cut at the 72 hole mark at which the leading 90 players and ties graduate to the remaining 36 holes to determine the final ranking for the 2014 Japan Golf Tour.

Several players began at the first stage in August so it has been a long journey already for some.

Adam Bland, Peter Wilson, Darren Beck, Steven Jeffress, former US Open runner-up Stephen Leaney, James McLean, Kurt Carlson, Matthew Guyatt, Anthony Summers, Steve Jones, Won Joon Lee and New Zealander Richard Lee are the Australasians lining up to play one of the more attractive tours for a player from this part of the world to play.

The unlucky player this week is Nick Cullen who underwent an operation for appendicitis last week and will be unable to take his place in the field.

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    A multi-award winning golf journalist, Bruce's extensive knowledge of the game comes from several years caddying the tournament circuits of the world, marketing a successful golf course design company and as one of Australia's leading golf journalists and commentators.


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