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2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

Fritsch missed the Top-125 by a few spots last season, but he saved status with runner-up showing at the Web.com Tour Championship.

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January 26, 2014    Brad Fritsch News Update

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Fritsch shot 69-70-72-71 to tie for 10th at the Farmers Insurance Open.

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Fritsch withdrew from the RBC Canadian Open in the third round due to a sore back, PGATour.com reports.

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Fritsch has withdrawn from the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial due to a sore back, PGATour.com reports.

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Fritsch missed the secondary cut, 211/plus-one, after 54 holes of the Byron Nelson Championship.

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Fritsch tied for 42nd at the RBC Heritage.

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Fritsch tied for 37th at the Valero Texas Open.

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Fritsch, 22-under - 410 strokes, tied for seventh at the final stage of Q-School thus earning a PGA Tour card for 2013.

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Fritsch missed the Top-125 by a few spots last season, but he saved status with runner-up showing at the Web.com Tour Championship.

2013

Fritsch’s 2012 season on the Web.com Tour was highlighted by a tie for second at the Mylan Classic. In all, he had seven top-10s and made 18 cuts in 26 starts on his way to an 18th-place finish on the final money list and a ticket to the PGA TOUR. Fritsch then decided to go PGA Tour Qualifying School to improve his standing on the Reshuffle List, which is the priority rankings for getting into tournaments for those players coming from the Web.com Tour and Q-school. After finishing the Web.com Tour at about 35th on that List, his tie for seventh at Q-school bumped his position up to about 14th. A very strong improvement and in the end, a sound decision. A more accurate driver will be needed at the next level, however, as his 62.57 percent probably won’t cut it on a weekly basis with the big boys.