2017 Wyndham Championship Monday qualifiers, leaderboard
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2017 Wyndham Championship Monday qualifiers, leaderboard


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Y.E. Yang, Jason Widener, Brad Miller and Ted Purdy all earned spots in the 2017 Wyndham Championship through the Monday qualifier.

Yang, the 2009 PGA champion, was the medalist in the 18-hole event at Bermuda Run Country Club's East Course in Advance, N.C., shooting a 6-under 65 to beat Widener by one.



Both Miller and Purdy finished tied for third at 4 under par, avoiding the need for a playoff in the four-spotter.

Obviously you know Yang, a major winner and multi-time PGA Tour champion. Yang has made eight PGA Tour starts this year, cashing in four of them.

Jason Widener is actually from Greensboro, N.C., where the event is played. The 46-year-old is a teaching pro at Duke University's golf course.

Brad Miller is 27, went to the University of Richmond, is from Maryland and hasn't played on any major tour since 2015.


Ted Purdy is a long-time PGA Tour veteran. The 44-year-old has made five PGA Tour starts so far this year, missing the cut in all of them.

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