US-based Ghanaian golfer, Daniel List, is set to compete in the PGA Tour Q after his good results allowed him to forego pre-qualifying.
The tournament is being played in Houston, Texas at Walden on Lake Golf Course from Tuesday, 20th to 23rd September.
This marks a US tour return after a long-term neck injury sidelined him for part of the season.
However he has not missed a cut in events played in Europe this season.
In an interview, Mr List said “I’m very much looking forward to competing this week, the course looks to be in good condition and will definitely prove to be a challenge for the players this week.
“I have a good history of playing in Texas and I’d love to continue to play well here. God willing I can put together 4 good rounds and give myself the chance to end up on top come Friday.”
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