Before competing in this week's Web.com Tour Championship, Trevor Immelman and Chesson Hadley will be answering fan questions in a live video chat from TPC Sawgrass' Dye's Valley Course. The chat will be streamed live Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET here on the TOUR Report and on the PGA TOUR's YouTube channel.
If you have a question for Immelman or Hadley, leave it in the comments below and the best will be asked during the chat. To see more of our Hangouts with TOUR players, fans and media, click here.
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The Web.com Tour Finals begin Thursday with the Hotel Fitness Championship at Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind. Fifty cards will be finalized over the four-event Finals, with the all-important positioning on the PGA TOUR’s eligibility list also being determined.
Cards have been locked up by the 25 leading money winners from the Web.com Tour’s Regular Season. An additional 25 cards will be determined at the Finals based on earnings in the four events.
Those 50 players will be ranked in the PGA TOUR’s eligibility list for the 2013-14 season based on their earnings at the Web.com Tour Finals. Players in this category get into events on a space-available basis, so a higher ranking means more starts.
Here’s everything you need to know on the eve of the first-ever Web.com Tour Finals event.
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After nine birdies and an eagle over his first dozen holes, Chad Collins needed one more birdie to become just the fourth player in Web.com Tour history to shoot 59.
Instead, he made six straight pars to finish for a career-best 60 at the Utah Championship Presented by Utah Sports Commission.
Collins went out in 27, tying a Web.com Tour record for nine holes, with seven birdies and an eagle on the back nine at Willow Creek Country Club (click here for his scorecard).
After a par on the par-5 first hole, the 59 watch resumed when he added two more birdies on the par-3 second and par-5 third. The 34-year-old couldn't add to it, however.
Collins' first-nine 27 matches the record set by Notah Begay III and Doug Dunakey in 1998. Both went on to shoot 59. Jason Gore also recorded a 59, in 2005.
Chad Collins matched the 9-hole Web.com Tour record with a 27 Friday at the Utah Championship Presented by Utah Sports Commission, where he made seven birdies and an eagle on the back nine at Willow Creek Country Club.
Notah Begay III and Doug Dunakey also recorded 27s, both in 1998. Both went on to shoot 59, the lowest score ever recorded in Web.com Tour history (Jason Gore also shot a 59.)
With nine holes to go can Collins go even lower? Track his scorecard here.