With four golfers sitting pretty in the clubhouse at 7-under par, Steve LeBrun birdied 18 to finish with an 8-under 64 to take the lead in Round One of the PGA Tour's Q school. The top 25 finishers in the tournament will receive their PGA Tour cards.
LeBrun, 32, is a native of West Palm Beach, FL who attended Florida Atlantic University. He has played in three career PGA Tour events and 102 Web.com Tour events. He has finished in the top ten eleven times in the latter tour.
Four golfers are one shot off the lead, finishing the day with scores of 65: Edward Loar, Alexandre Rocha, Jin Park and Kris Blanks. Three players are two strokes off the lead: Adam Crawford, Robert Karlsson and Richard H. Lee.
The Q school (or Qualifying school) is a six-round event held annually to determine eligibility for the PGA Tour. The top 25 finishers receive their PGA Tour cards while the next 50 receive cards for the Web.com Tour. This tournament is being held at PGA West, a set of courses in La Quinta, CA.