Brax McCarthy‘s game seems to be in a good place heading into the Web.Com Tour event this week. After having two of his best finishes this season on APT (11th, T10), Brax McCarthy headed to the Veritex Bank Texas State Open, where he not only won, but beat out the rest of the field by 8 strokes, finishing at (-18). However, he doesn’t stop there. Fresh off this win, McCarthy headed to Springfield, MO for the Monday Qualifier where he was successful and gets ready to face his first Web.Com Tour event of the season.
Michael Arnaud is no stranger to the Web.Com Tour circuit, making appearances out there since 2009. He is one of our 2017 champions, having his first win of the year at our Hebert Open. He has had quite the season between his win on APT and qualifying for 3 Web.Com Tour events now, his 3rd being this week at the Price Cutter Charity Championship.
Cameron Meyers Monday-Qualified for this weeks Web.Com Tour event in Springfield, MO. This is his second time Monday-ing into a Web event this season.
Jordan Russell, our 2016 Merrill Lynch Open champion, will also be among the field at the Price Cutter Charity Classic this week after successfully Monday Qualifying.
Kramer Hickok is another one of our 2017 Champions who is finding success on the bigger stage. After his win at The Bluffs, Hickok headed north to Canada for the Mackenzie Tour where he gained his second win of his season. He has that win to thank for his presence at the RBC Canadian Open, where he not only made the cut, but placed T19.
Joshua Creel, the 3rd 2017 APT winner to be on this list and to compete successfully at higher levels this season. After Monday-Qualifying for the Digital Ally Open in Kansas, Creel found himself finishing in the Top-25 which granted him an automatic start at the next event, the Ellie Mae Classic. He then finished T31, and while it isn’t a Top-25, it is good leverage as Q-School is quickly approaching.