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Delahoussaye, Earns PGA Tour Card

Delahoussaye, Earns PGA Tour Card

Dec. 7, 2009

Clemson, SC – Former Clemson golfer Brent Delahoussaye finished 23rd during the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament on Monday and earned his first PGA Tour card for the 2010 season. Former Tiger Stephen Poole finished 48th at the event and qualified for membership on the Nationwide Tour for 2010.

The 108-hole tournament was played at Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach, FL.

Delahousseye finished with a three-under-par 69 on Monday to finish the six-round event with a score of nine-under par 423. He finished on the cut number, as the top 25 performers and ties make the PGA Tour. Delahousseye had rounds of 74-71-66-68-75-69 for the 108-hole event. He finished strong on Monday by playing the final 10 holes at three under par.

Delahoussaye, was a first-team All-ACC golfer for the Tigers in 2003-04 and 2004-05. Clemson won the ACC Championship in 2004. He played in 23 events and had a 73.99 stroke average. He had four top 10 finishes.

Poole was an honorable mention All-American and first-team All-ACC performer on Clemson’s 2006 team that finished seventh in the nation. He had a 73.68 career stroke average. Poole finished 48th with rounds of 75-71-68-69-72-73 for a 428 total.