Tour Report: Blanks, Fisher reach q-school finals

November 16, 2012
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Franklin/Getty ImagesRoss Fisher tied for 13th at Plantation (Fla.) Preserve to advance to q-school finals.

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Kris Blanks and Ross Fisher were two of 19 players to survive the second stage of q-school at Plantation (Fla.) Preserve Golf Course & Club and advance to the final stage in two weeks.

Rob Oppenheim took home medalist honors at 21 under after a 67 Friday. South Korea’s Meen Whee Kim finished second four shots back, while Blanks finished third and Fisher 13th.

Carlos Franco, Hank Kuehne and Jamie Lovemark were among those to miss by a shot. (Click here for Plantation scores)

At TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, Peter Tomasulo, Paul Stankowski, James Nitties and Kyle Reifers were among those to move on.

The top 20 and ties advance to final stage. (Click here for TPC Craig Ranch scores)

At Redstone Golf Club in Humble, Texas, Patrick Reed shared co-medalist honors with Franklin Corpening after a 69 Friday to finish at 14 under.

Kevin Kisner finished alone in third a stroke back, while Kelly Kraft finished fourth.

Shaun Micheel also survived despite a final-round 73. He finished at 7 under and made it by a stroke. (Click here for Redstone scores)

At Southern Hills Plantation Club in Brooksville, Fla., Robert Karlsson leads through three rounds after a 68 Friday to get to 13 under.

Brian Duncan is one back, while Arjun Atwal is one of two players at 11 under.

Billy Hurley is another stroke back, along with Michael Letzig.

Robert Damron, Ben Martin and Derek Lamely are among those in good position with one round to play. (Click here for Southern Hills scores)

At Hombre Golf Club in Panama City, Fla., Scott Sterling still leads at 12 under despite an even-par 71 on Friday.

Among the notables in contention: Gavin Coles (T3, 10 under), Glen Day (T5, 9 under), Len Mattiace (T9, 7 under) and Erik Compton (T12, 6 under). (Click here for Hombre scores)

At Bear Creek Golf Club in Murrieta, Calif., Brian Prouty was near the lead after a third-round 64 — a 10-shot improvement from his second round. Dean Wilson and Danny Lee are also among those in contention. (Click here for Bear Creek scores)