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Nova Scotia Golf Association – Ally Tidcombe, a former member of the Ken-Wo Golf Club fired a three under par 69 today to finish 4th overall during the final round of the Lationamercia Qualifying Tournament at the Las Praderas de Lujan Golf Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 24 year old finished the tournament ten under par with a four-day total of 278. The Bedford native has secured his PGA Tour Lationamerica tour.

I am obviously very excited after four great days on the golf course. I played solid all week and it feels amazing to accomplish my first goal of 2017. I have had incredible support all week and it is so appreciated. I am hoping this is just the start however it is hard not think of the days growing up at Ken-Wo and the support from members and staff along with Ed Hanczaryk who has been my lifelong coach. I am so grateful for the support from my parents (Wayne and Helen), family and friends back in Nova Scotia and for these who have helped me to reach this point in my career. I am excited for Columbia in a couple of weeks and I will continue to work hard so that I can have a successful 2017.” said Tidcombe via text message after today’s round.

 
What does this mean for Ally and his professional career? His finish today has earned him exempt status for the first half of the season. This means that Tidcombe will not need to compete in Monday qualifiers on the PGA Latinoamerica Tour. This is a huge opportunity for the young professional, as he will only need to worry about competing and making cuts. 
 
For complete results from Argentina please
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Brad Curren who grew up playing at the Oakfield Golf Club, is competing at the Club los Lagaitos in Bogota, Columbia. Brad was also attempting to qualify for the PGA Latinoamerica Tour but came up short during his first attempt at the highly competitive Q-school. Brad carded a 79 during his final round with a four-day total of 304 and finished T70.
 
To compete results from Columbia please: CLICK HERE
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