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  1. Brian Vranesh a true Cinderella story at PGA Tour Q-school

    Peter Yoon

    Making the leap to the PGA Tour is a life-altering event for any player. For Brian Vranesh, who was waiting tables just a year ago and leaned on his World-Series-champion-pitcher cousin for advice, life might never be the same after a successful 2008 Q-school, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 08, 2008
  2. 'Choking' a real possibility at PGA Tour Q-school

    Peter Yoon

    For 72-hole leader Harrison Frazar, the sleep should come easy. For the rest of the field at PGA Tour Q-school, Monday's final round poses one of the most unique tests in all of golf. And don't be surprised to hear the C-word uttered a few times, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 07, 2008
  3. Harrison Frazar's 59 puts him in elite company at PGA Tour Q-scho...

    Peter Yoon

    Harrison Frazar's magical 59 on Saturday puts him in some rare company. He just hopes his situation turns out better than the last guy who shot 59 at PGA Tour Q-school, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2008
  4. Rough starts don't derail hopes of John Huston, Jason Gore, Jason...

    Peter Yoon

    Over the course of six rounds, everyone seems to have a bad day at Q-school. The key is to make sure it happens early in the week. For John Huston, Jason Gore and Jason Day, all three have turned their fortunes around, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2008
  5. Experience at PGA Tour Q-school is a double-edged sword

    Peter Yoon

    Inexperience usually doesn't bode well, especially at Q-school. For some, like third-round leader James Nitties, he might not know what he should be scared of. For others, like Chris Tidland and Kent Jones, it's an experience they wish they didn't own, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 05, 2008
  6. Amazingly, many players who don't need to be at Q-school choose t...

    Peter Yoon

    Why would someone choose to go through the rigors of PGA Tour Q-school? If you're Olin Browne, Bryce Molder or Chris Riley, it's all about status, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 04, 2008
  7. Mark Brooks, Seung-su Han, Notah Begay all gain inspiration at PG...

    Peter Yoon

    When you have experience, like winning a major, you can draw on those lessons. When you don't, why not lean on a childhood friend who is also a Ryder Cup hero? That's what Mark Brooks and Seung-Su Han did Wednesday at PGA Tour Q-school, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2008
  8. Q-school a true litmus test for golfers seeking 2009 PGA Tour car...

    Peter Yoon

    Q-school can make or break a career. Golfers will find themselves tightening up over the shortest of putts in just six rounds this week. But one thing is certain: If you can measure up here, you've truly earned your way onto the PGA Tour, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | December 01, 2008
  9. Former major winners, NCAA champions sprinkled in at PGA Tour Q-s...

    Peter Yoon

    Aging veterans. Bright-eyed youngsters. Middle-aged journeymen. PGA Tour Q-school finals has all kinds of players. Here are 13 players to watch at next week's grueling test of golf, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | November 24, 2008
  10. PGA Tour Q-school finals a return engagement for Chris Tidland

    Peter Yoon

    Though a trip to PGA Tour Q-school isn't considered a yearly tradition for Chris Tidland, it might as well be. The 36-year-old -- who has been to the finals nine consecutive times -- has everything in perspective after falling from the last qualifying spot in the year's final event, writes ESPN.com's Peter Yoon.

    Story | Conversation | November 13, 2008