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Jonathan Randolph arrived at the midpoint of the Chitimacha Louisiana Open in 11-under-par 66-65=131, good for a two-stroke overnight lead.
The 2011 U.S. Public Links champion is exempt for the first time on the Web.com Tour this year. He's 25 years of age. Randolph cashed in three of the four events abroad to open the season and sat 29th in earnings at the start of the week. Thus far at Le Triomphe Country Club in Broussard, he's converted an eagle and 12 birdies to outbalance three bogeys. Those totals were set up by 14 greens in regulation in each round. One of the more obscure and mildly interesting facts is that both of his paydays in as many starts on the PGA TOUR are top 25s, and they occurred in the Sanderson Farms Championship. Both its host site in Madison, Miss., and his hometown in Brandon are suburbs of Jackson. Mar 28 - 9:47 PM

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Jonathan Randolph posted a 6-under-par 31-35=66 in his opening round of the Sanderson Farms Championship, finishing three strokes off the clubhouse lead.

Randolph was a first-team All-American at the University of Mississippi, so he's right at home at Annandale. He hit 12 greens in regulation and buried nine birdies to neutralize three bogeys. His set included 4s on each of the par 5s. He tied for 21st here last year in what stands as his only top-60 finish in three career starts on the PGA TOUR.
Thu, Jul 18, 2013 02:46:00 PM

Jonathan Randolph earned medalist honors at The Auburn (Ala.) University Club in the first stage of Q School at 12-under-par 69-72-70-65=276.

The former first-team All-American at the University of Mississippi posted a four-stroke victory to lead 20 qualifiers at the site. Afterwards, he wrote the following on Twitter: "Well had a solid 65 today to finish off 1st stage Q School and get the W. Now time to catch up on classwork and get ready for Second stage!" He's wrapping up his degree in managerial finance. Among those that failed to advance include former PGA TOUR member, Tom Johnson (4-over 292), who missed the cut on the number.
Sat, Oct 22, 2011 05:57:00 PM