Posted December 03, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Two years after playing for Europe on a winning Ryder Cup team, Ross Fisher of England endured six stressful days to earn a PGA Tour card. In the final Q-school where players could go straight to the PGA Tour, Fisher easily finished among the top 25 on Monday to get his card. D.H. Lee of South Korea birdied his last three holes for a 67 to win Q-school, giving him the highest priority ranking for next year and a $50,000 check. Erik Compton, who has gone through two heart transplants, made it back to the tour by tying for seventh. The heartbreak this year belonged to Edward Loar, who started the final round two shots out of the lead. He finished double bogey-bogey and missed by two shots.
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