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Round One at 2015 PGA TOUR Canada Q-School

Former PGA TOUR member Donald Constable was among three players to break 70 on Tuesday.

Constable wins in Waterloo!

Donald Constable of Excelsior, Minn., acknowledges the crowd after sinking the winning putt on the second playoff hole during Sunday’s final round of the Waterloo Open Professional Division at Irv Warren Memorial Golf Course. Read Here

Hockey-haired Constable reaches big stage of golf’s U.S. Open

The Minnesota native and former Gopher qualified for the U.S. Open last week by tying for second at the Woodmont Country Club qualifier in Rockville, Md. He shot a 72 and a 69 to finish at 3 under par. There were 59 players in the field. Four qualified.

Donald Constable

Donald Constable is playing his first season on the PGA TOUR after earning his status at the 2012 Q-School. It all came down to one five-foot putt on the final hole of the grueling six rounds of Q-school.

Constable to play in HP Byron Nelson Championship

After a solid week of practice, Donald Constable will tee it up again at the HP Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, TX. Follow Donald live at http://www.pgatour.com/leaderboard.html

Constable earns first win in Fort Myers

Donald Constable came back from behind Sunday, shooting a final round 7 under par 64, to win the Coors Light Open in Fort Meyers, FL. The PGA rookie birdied the final hole to have a one shot victory over the defending champion. The victory marks Constable’s first win as a professional golfer.