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Biggest round of his life? Cyr needs a solid finish to make final stage of qualifying

November 22, 2013 - Robert Collias
We have chronicled Sam Cyr, a 2005 King Kekaulike graduate and two-time NAIA champion, and his professional golf career here for years.

Today, he starts two strokes out of a spot in the Tour's final qualifying stage. Twice he has reached this position and not advanced when Q School was for the PGA Tour. To say this is the biggest round of his life so far may not be completely accurate, but it's not far off.

Last month, he finished 64-64 to win his first stage qualifying flight by six strokes.

In early October, he finished second in an Asian Tour event and pocketed $72,000. That result helped him to his current spot of 33rd on the Asian Tour Order of Merit.

He is currently ranked 569th in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Cyr may be one of the nicest, most down-to-earth professional golfers out there. It would be fitting for him to get to the Q School finals where 100 of the 156 or so qualifiers will get some sort of status on the Tour, which is one step below the PGA Tour.

Check back here to see how he does today.


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