Three From BC Among 10 Canadians Set To Compete For Status At Q-school

From L-R: Seann Harlingten Of West Vancouver, Adam Cornelson Of Langley & Justin Shin From Maple Ridge, Will Tee It Up In The Final Stage Of Q-School This Week - BC Golf Image

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The Tour prepares to host its final stage of qualifying this week from Dec. 8-11 in Winter Garden, Fla., where 10 Canadians including three from British Columbia will compete for 2017 playing status.

The Canadian contingent will battle against 150-plus athletes in the 72-hole stroke play event, with players finishing inside the Top-45 (plus ties) earning guaranteed starts for the beginning of the 2017 campaign.

The medallist of the event will earn fully-exempt status for the entirety of the season; Surrey, B.C.'s Adam Svensson captured that crown in 2015.

The following list of Canadians will tee-it-up at the Orange County National Golf Club’s Crooked Cat and Panther Lake courses:

Ryan Yip (Calgary)
Aaron Cockerill (Teulon, Man.)
Seann Harlingten (West Vancouver, B.C.)
Ben Silverman (Thornhill, Ont.)
Lucas Kim (Toronto, Ont.)
Justin Shin (Maple Ridge, B.C.)
Corey Conners (Listowel, Ont.)
Adam Cornelson (Langley, B.C.)
Michael Gligic (Kitchener, Ont.)
Austin Connelly (Irving, Tex. | Clare, N.S.)

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