The former Clemson teammates both competed at the qualifying 72-hole tournament held at Florence Country Club in Florence, South Carolina this week.
Trahan, a two-time first-team All-American at Clemson, finished second in the field of 75 golfers with a 275 score, five-under-par. Duncan finished 16th with a 281 score,
one-over-par. The top 21 golfers in the field advance to the second stage.
Trahan had rounds of 72-67-69-67 to finish behind leader Robert Conrad of Bellevue, WA. Duncan had rounds of 73-69-67-72 for
his 281 total.
Elliott Gealy, who played for the Tigers from 1995-99, shot a four-round score of 290 and finished 44th. The second stage will be held at six sites around the country, three on November 12-15 and three from November 19-22. Duncan and Trahan will find out where they will be headed on Tuesday.
The third and final stage, a 108-hole event, will be held December 3-8. The top 35
golfers from the final stage will be given PGA Tour cards for 2004.
Former Tigers Move on in PGA Tour Qualifying
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