Korn Ferry Tour Monday Qualifiers: Vincent Torgah Bows Out of The King & Bear Classic at World Golf Village.
Ghanian born golf professional Vicent Togarh missed out a chance to qualify for the Korn Ferry Tour's ( King & Bears Classics ) through the Monday qualifier's held at the World Games Village .
The 36-years-old African Tour reigning champion, who also remains the most decorated golf professional in west Africa, in recent years, fired a level-par-72 at the The Palencia Club in St. Augustine Florida, to tie 33rd on the leaderboard out of the 105 players who competed at the Palencia venue ahead of the main event which will take place from 17th-to-19th of June.
The Monday qualifier's which was held over two golf courses at the World Golf Village, had 8 slots in total for the best four from each venue to make it into this weeks King & Bears Classic.
Four players who advanced from the Palencia site includes the trio if Taylor Funk, Jonathan Byrd, Travis Trace who all returned similar scores of seven-under-par 65 each. While Chase Johnson also carded a four-under 68 to complete the list.
Also qualifying from the Marsh Landing site were Byron Meth who carded a seven-under-par 65, Paul Peterson and PGA TOUR veteran player Steve Marino who both carded six-under-par 66's and Chandler Blanchet, who advanced via an 8-for-1 playoff at five-under-par 67.
Vincent Togarh who graduated from the African Golf Tour, after he dominated the tour for three consecutive seasons, moved to Florida, USA, earlier this year in a bid to compete on a higher league. Vincent Torgah however still remained positive despite failing to make it into this week's event.