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One To Go For Revell

With three rounds in the rear-view mirror, Brad Revell of Kingston is within reach of this week’s goal – to earn playing status on the Canadian Tour.  The 2-time former Ontario Junior Champion made the jump to the pro ranks early last summer but has yet to find a home where he can play a steady stretch of golf.  That may all change tomorrow.

In tough scoring conditions, on Thursday Revell added a 72 to his three round tally at the Canadian Tour’s Spring Qualifying School being held in Parksville, British Columbia.  Scores of 71, 76, and 72 put him at three over par for the tournament and in a tie for 5th place.  At the end of the day on Friday the top five players will be fully exempt for the 2011 Canadian Tour while the next five will earn non-exempt status.  Revell wants to be part of that group.

The Cataraqui Golf & Country Club member has faced many challenges on his way to where he is today.  It’s safe to say that with a card earned tomorrow, there will be a lot be be thankful for, and more than a few things to reflect upon.  Hopefully he can make that happen with another strong round that would really help him kick off his professional career in earnest.

At the same time as Revell will be grinding for a card, there is an equally compelling story at Q-School this week that will be of interest to many golf fans.

A third round score of 68 has pushed Isabelle “Izzy” Beisiegel into contention for a card as well.  Now in ninth place, if Beisiegel does earn a card tomorrow she will be, as far as we are aware, the first women to qualify for a predominantly male professional golf tour through a qualifying tournament.  “Today felt like a miracle, I just need to take the same approach tomorrow, focus on each shot and let God determine the result,” said an elated Beisiegel after her round.

For more on Beisiegel and her interesting journey as a golfer be sure to check out her website.

PARKSVILLE , British Columbia – Scores Thursday from the third round of the Spring Qualifying School, at the 7,018, par-72 Morningstar Golf Course (a-denotes amateur)

Andrew Kelly

70

73

69

—–

212

Jason Scrivener

71

72

74

—–

217

Phil Telliard

76

75

67

—–

218

Riley Wheeldon

66

74

78

—–

218

Brad Revell

71

76

72

—–

219

Brandon Harkins

73

74

72

—–

219

Clint Schiller

71

70

78

—–

219

Chris Killmer

74

71

75

—–

220

Izzy Beisiegel

75

78

68

—–

221

Ho Jae Choi (a)

74

78

70

—–

222

Ryan Keeney

73

73

77

—–

223

Mike Feuerstein

78

76

70

—–

224

Lucas Leibel

74

79

72

—–

225

Tyler Mancini

74

74

77

—–

225

Daniel Yoon

76

77

73

—–

226

Parker Lilly (a)

75

76

76

—–

227

Dean Walters

79

73

76

—–

228

Anton Raubenheimer

74

73

81

—–

228

Dexter Chan

80

77

72

—–

229

Kory Storer

74

79

77

—–

230

Ben Tewes

81

75

75

—–

231

Michael Knight

75

77

79

—–

231

Kyle Nicolson

76

85

73

—–

234

Corey Steger

76

80

78

—–

234

Jon Witrado

74

79

81

—–

234

Luke Henwood (a)

82

84

69

—–

235

Ryan Lecuyer

76

81

78

—–

235

Cory Schultz

81

79

76

—–

236

Sergio Abreu

73

82

82

—–

237

Chase Cronk

77

78

83

—–

238

Evan McCaughey

74

85

80

—–

239

Nik Petros

86

82

76

—–

244

Peter Israel

77

83

87

—–

247

Dale Watamaniuk

84

83

81

—–

248

Jeremy Greville

80

90

82

—–

252

Bryan Phelan

84

87

82

—–

253

Bronsen Teigen (a)

85

81

92

—–

258

THE FOLLOWING PLAYERS DID NOT QUALIFY

Tye Alexander

WD

—–

Isaac Weintraub

DQ

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