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The Tour Report

October 16 2010

4:47 PM

Wilson has work left to do

Dean Wilson is well aware of what's on the line this week. After a close call at the RBC Canadian earlier this year (he finished runner-up to Carl Pettersson), Wilson spoke honestly about the grind he had ahead of him to avoid q-school. "I'm not going to get in very many tournaments from here on out," he said. "We'll see, maybe I can get another sponsor invite here and there, but I'm going to have to make a few more bucks to get into the top 125." After the Canadian, Wilson finished in the top-25 twice in six tournaments to move him to the bubble line; he started this week ranked 122nd. And he has been invited to next week's tournament, where he'll have another shot to secure his position on the money list. He may not need it, though. Wilson has gone 69-64 in the first two rounds, and is projected to move to 78th on the money list, which would put him well within the safety zone to secure his TOUR card for 2011. Today, he's recorded one birdie in seven holes to move in a four-way tie for second at 10 under for the week. Also at 10 under are Ryuji Imada, Tim Herron and Bo Van Pelt. Track his progress in the third round with Shot Tracker.