Ottawa golfer Brad Fritsch keeps PGA tour card for 2014

Ottawa golfer Brad Fritsch managed to keep his PGA card for 2014 after tying for second place at a championship tournament in Florida over the weekend.

Shot 4 under par, 66, to tie for 2nd place in Web.com Tour Championship

Brad Fritsch shot a four under par, 66, over the weekend to retain his PGA tour card for the 2014 season.

Ottawa golfer Brad Fritsch managed to retain his PGA tour card for the 2014 season after tying for second place at a championship tournament in Florida over the weekend.

Fritsch had been in danger of losing his tour card before the Web.com Tour Championship at Dye's Valley Course in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., which ended Sunday.

The 35-year-old shot a four under par, 66, to tie for second place with three other players, and earned $66,000.

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