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The Tour Report

October 23 2011

2:37 PM

Mayfair makes bid for title, job

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Billy Mayfair came up clutch last December when he was medalist at q-school in his first trip to the fall extravaganza since 1988.

The 45-year-old veteran is doing the same thing this week at the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Classic with his job at stake once again. That’s because Mayfair came to Disney ranked No. 127 on the PGA TOUR money list.

Forget the uncertainty near the all-exempt bubble, tough. Mayfair has taken dead aim on what could be his sixth PGA TOUR title – and his first since he won twice during the 1998 season.

Mayfair is tied for second right now with Webb Simpson, one shot off the lead held by Kevin Chappell at 15 under. He’s just made the turn in 3 under.