Web.com appearances: Daly has played in two Web.com events this year, including last week’s South Georgia Classic in Valdosta. He shot 4 over par and finished in a tie for 53rd.
He said it: “It makes me feel good that (tournament organizers are) happy. What makes me feel better is if I play good golf. It’s been a struggle, but I found some things in my swing last week, and hopefully it will carry over this week.”
2004 British Open
PGA Tour this year: Hamilton’s only PGA appearance this year was the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February, and he missed the cut at 2 over par.
Web.com appearances: Hamilton has played in four events this year and earned $7,513. He missed two cuts, but finished 21st in the Panama Claro Championship. He was 5 over and missed the cut in the South Georgia Classic last week in Valdosta
He said it: “Obviously the money’s not as good as it is on the PGA Tour. But if you do well out here, you can get to the PGA Tour. And it looks like the only way to the PGA Tour is the Web.com, even if you go through qualifying school. … This is probably your best option for getting back on the tour.”
1993, ’98 U.S. Open
PGA Tour this year: Janzen has missed the cut in four of the six PGA tournaments he has entered, earning $25,482. His best finish was a tie for 61 in the Valero Texas Open in early April. He turns 49 in August and is biding his time until the Champions Tour.
Web.com appearances: Janzen has played in one event this year, missing the cut in the WNB Golf Classic in Midland, Texas. He played in 15 Web.com tournaments last year and made nine cuts. He shot 16 under and finished second in last year’s Stadion.
He said it: “I’ve won big tournaments, but it’s strictly on the guy who is shooting the lowest score. I have to look at it with the right attitude. I’m looking at it as a fun challenge to get my game back to where it once was. I’ve worked really hard physically so that I can hit it as long as some of these young bucks.” — to ESPN.com