2016 Valspar Championship Monday qualifiers
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2016 Valspar Championship Monday qualifiers


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Lucas Lee, Brandon Hagy, Tom Hoge and Vince India have earned spots into the 2016 Valspar Championship through the Monday qualifier at Southern Hills Plantation Club.

Lee led the way with a remarkable 11-under 61, finishing as medalist by four shots over Hagy, Hoge and India.

Matthew Atkins, Rod Pampling and Hunter Stewart finished a shot out of a playoff for the four-spot.



Lee, a 28-year-old Brazilian, is 203rd in FedEx Cup points, missing the cut in four of five starts this season, save for a T-52 at The RSM Classic in November.

Hagy, the Cal product who turns 25 on March 21, is in his second full year as a pro. He finished T-43 in the Farmers Insurance Open in his only PGA Tour start this season. He has Web.com Tour status but didn't play in the Latin America swing to start the year.

Hoge has Monday qualified for the second time in the Florida Swing, also doing so at The Honda Classic, leading to a cash. The 26-year-old has made six of nine PGA Tour cuts this year, including a T-9 at the RSM. He's made his last two cuts.

India, an Iowa product, is 26 years old and has Web.com Tour status.

 

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