Doull breezes into final stage of Aus PGA Tour Q-School

5th Apr 2024

Jordan Doull

Jordan Doull made serene progress through the first stage of Qualifying School for the PGA Tour of Australasia, finishing T1st in his heat at Moonah Links Old Course in Victoria.

Mount Lawley GC member Doull (pictured above) fired rounds of 70, 70 and 68 in the 54-hole qualifier to share first place with QLD’s Zachary Maxwell on eight under par, with just the top 18 players progressing to next week’s final stage.

Doull was the only WA representative to qualify from his heat, with Jose De Sousa, Rick Kulacz, Adam Hatch, Michael Hanrahan Smith and Trafford Wilcox all falling short – De Sousa by a single stroke. View the full scoreboard here.

In the second heat at Moonah Links Legends Course, WA’s Adam Brady recorded a seven-under-par 54-hole total to finish T2nd and also progress to the final stage with room to spare.

The Vines member turned pro in mid-2023 and played six events on the PGA Tour of Australasia, but did not earn sufficient ranking points to gain exempt status for next season.

Adam Brady

Adam Brady turned pro in the middle of 2023


Like Doull, Brady was the only WA player to come through his heat, with Logan Vidovich, Cooper Geddes, Jarred McCosh, Jakeb Dunkley, Anthony Joseph and Michael Pentland all missing out. View all the scores here.

The final stage of Challenger PGA Tour of Australasia Q-School will take place at Moonah Links from April 9-12. Other WA golfers set to compete are Ryan Peake, Brady Watt and Lake Karrinyup amateur Joseph Owen.