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Matthew Griffin moves at Japan Q School

(Photo: Bruce Young)
The fourth round of Japan Tour qualifying was completed today and with just two rounds remaining before ranking is determined for the 2015 Japan Tour, only four Australians are still alive. Weather delays have extended the qualifying schedule and for many have meant a potential clash with the Australian PGA Championship.

Victorian Matthew Griffin recorded a round of 64 today to move into a share of 6th position, Sydney's Won Joon Lee is 12th, Queenslander Matthew Guyatt produced a round of 65 improve to 30th as he looks to regain Japan Tour status, while Victorian David Bransdon is also in 30th position.

The final 36 holes will be played Tuesday and Wednesday, the opportunity to play the 2015 Japan Tour determined by just how high up the ranking a player finishes at the completion of those 36 holes. Typically a player needs to be inside the top 40 or so to ensure a reasonable amount of starts next season.

Several other Australians have missed the 72 hole cut and are now on a mad dash back to the Gold Coast to play the Australian PGA Championship.

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