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The Tour Report

October 23 2011

1:27 PM

Levin, Trahan have lots at stake

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Two players to watch on Sunday afternoon who aren’t vying for the title or the money lead are Spencer Levin and D.J. Trahan.

Levin is bidding to crack the top 30 on the money list and earn his first start at the Masters next spring. Levin has played 13 holes and is 6 under for the tournament – and he trails No. 30 Kevin Na by $15,209 right now.

Na won his first PGA TOUR event four weeks ago at the Justin Timberlake Shriner’s Hospitals for Children Open. Winners of Fall Series events, though, do not get Masters invitations and Na opted not to play this week. His final event of the year is the Shanghai Masters next week.

Trahan, who started the week No. 123, started on the back nine and has played eight holes. He was the bubble boy through three rounds and has dropped down to No. 126 right now.