Noah Steele Roars Back in Final Round to Secure PGA Tour Canada Card
(Courtenay, BC) – Noah Steele of Kingston, ON woke up the morning of the final round needing a special round to secure status on PGA Tour Canada this summer. About six hours later, Steele signed for an impressive 7-under par 65 that allowed him to leapfrog about 40 players and get inside the top-30 to lock in his card.
What made the feat all the more impressive was that Steele had been recovering from a hand injury for the last six weeks and only recently could he make full swings or hold the club without pain.
7-under 65 to finish strong 🔥
— TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley (@TPC_Toronto) June 10, 2023
How’s this final round scorecard when you need to get inside the top-30 to secure status for year on @PGATOURCanada
Mega clutch stuff from our guy @NoahATSteele who’s been off for a month with an injury where he couldn’t play or even practice full shots.
— Jeff Dykeman (@jeffdykeman) June 10, 2023
6-under on his opening 11 holes for Kingston’s Noah Steele to climb into contention for conditional status.
Currently on the number with 3 holes to play. pic.twitter.com/DcVt0lgtjP
— PGA TOUR Canada – Fortinet Cup (@PGATOURCanada) June 9, 2023
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