Q-School Second Stage: Aldrich Potgeiter and Jeffrey Kang lead after three rounds
Aldrich Potgetier (Golf RSA Photo)
18 holes remain in between 25 total golfers and the final stage of the PGA Tour's Q-School.
Two sites remain in the second stage of Q-School, one in Valencia, Calif., at Valencia Country Club and one at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Ga.
In California, Jeffrey Kang of Los Angeles, Calif., leads the way by two shots at 12-under. Kevin Velo of Danville, Calif., is in solo second place at 10-under, and former Stanford standout Isaiah Salinda of Las Vegas, Nev., is in solo third place at 8-under.
Kang shot a third-round 5-under 67 to take control of the lead over Velo, who was the 36-hole leader at 9-under.
The top 13 golfers and ties will advance to the final stage of Q-School from Dec. 14-17.
At Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Ga., Aldrich Potgieter of South Africa, the 2022 British Amateur Champion, is in first place by two shots at 12-under. Potgieter was the leader after the first round and shot a third-round 4-under 68 to take back the lead from Dawson Armstrong of Jacksonville, Fla.
The round of the day was shot by Sudarshan Yellamaraju of Canada, who shot a 7-under 65 to propel nine spots up the leaderboard into solo second place.
The 36-hole leader Dawson Armstrong struggled in the third round, shooting a 1-over 73, but is still in solo third place with one round to go.
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