Golf News for Wednesday, December 1, 2010 | Tournaments

Florida's Orange County National to host PGA Tour Q-School finals

WINTER GARDEN, Fla. -- Orange County National will host the PGA Tour's Q-School finals Dec.1-6. With a great field of players once again, competitors will be trying to play their way through the extremely stressful competition in hopes of earning their 2011 PGA Tour Card. The top 25 players will earn a full exemption and Tour Card for 2011. Orange County National is hosting PGA Tour Q-School for the fourth time. This event is free of charge and is open to the public.

Jimmy Bell, OCN's Director of Sales and Marketing says "Q-School is a great event to watch. You can see the best of the best upcoming golfers and even some PGA Tour veterans that are getting their game back to play competitively on the Tour."

About Orange County National
Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge is a 36-hole Phil Ritson, Dave Harman and Isao Aoki designed golf resort located in the greater Orlando area. In addition to two championship golf courses and a 9-hole short course, OCN offers a 42-acre world-class practice facility, 22,000 square foot clubhouse with a restaurant, lounge, meeting rooms, and an award winning golf shop and on-site lodging. For more information on Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge, call (888) 727-3672 or visit www.ocngolf.com.

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Jimmy Bell
(407) 905-2276
jbell@ocngolf.com

Bruce Gerlander
(407) 905-2239
bgerlander@ocngolf.com



 
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