Mitchell makes headlines with hole-out eagle in Qualifying School

For those of you that have been following our journey, or more specifically, my husband Mitchell Gregson‘s golf career — thank you for your support. We have a big moment and some exciting news to share with you!

This week, Mitchell competed in First Stage of Korn Ferry Tour (formerly Web.com Tour) Qualifying School. Mitchell needed a birdie in the final round on the 18th hole in order to move on to Second Stage next month.

So he went ahead and HOLED OUT FOR EAGLE from 168 yards out, instead!

Hailed as the best moment of qualifying season yet, the Korn Ferry Tour did an awesome write-up on his stellar finish.

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Mini Tour 101:

  • The Korn Ferry Tour is the step below the PGA TOUR (think of it as Triple A baseball).
  • There are 3 stages of qualifying school held each fall: First Stage, Second Stage and Final Stage.
  • If a player makes it through to Final Stage, they will earn status for the upcoming year on the Korn Ferry Tour.

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About Teryn Gregson

Teryn Gregson (formerly Schaefer) is an award-winning journalist, golf presenter, on-camera host, wife and blogger. Connecting with golf fans world-wide, Teryn is best known for her role as a broadcaster for the PGA TOUR.

2 Comments

  1. Jon on October 7, 2019 at 11:44 am

    That is very cool Teryn! I saw he was paired in the 1st 2 rounds with the only guy from Ireland in the field. Luck of the Irish or Magic? As much as I want to give credit to your husband I have to side with magic on this one and credit an angel who took that swing. Mitchell Gregson the King of Clubs plays his Trump Card and turns into Harry Potter at 18 should be the headlines. Hey every letter in Eagle comes from the word Angel. Here is to Fly Eagles Fly in Stage 2. I know it is all Korny.



  2. Jon on November 5, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    Good luck in Stage 2! Just remember Magic is Real! Only 1 golfer has ever won a major with 111 in his name. Davis Love 111. The 1 major the rainbow came out directly into the hole on the last putt of the tournament. DL3 was born the day after his dad played in the 1964 Masters his last Masters and one he led after Round 1. DL3’s Dad one of 111 pro golfers to die in a plane crash at the Pro Golf Headquarters in Jacksonville, FL on 11/14 in 1988. 9 years later at a place called Winged Foot where the club’s logo is represented by 2 Angel Wings below DL3 won his 11th PGA Win and his only major winning at 11 under par and his Dad would have been Davis Love 11. DL3 beat Justin Leonard who went to University of Texas the same school DL3’s Dad went too. Jim Nantz couldn’t have said it any better as the ball went into the hole. “That is what Love is all About” The legend of Gnostic Christian Sects not taught anymore is God uses Magic for Symmetry to Prove God, but the greatest Wisdom is Love. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uap5QrNpNkQ

    Pretty interesting how Jesus # is 18 because if you flip 906 and 888 on your PC/Phone it reads the same # with the difference being 18 and why gifts are still given out as good luck in Israel in amounts of 18. There are 18 holes in golf. 111 was also a Code because it also reads the same when flipped on paper. 9:06 to midnight/noon is 2:54. 365 days a year – 254 = 111. 11 dates in 11th month also start with 111 (11/1 and 11/10-11/19) Tiger dominating golf in this Era and Jesus was known as The Lion of Judah. We even have the new Genesis Open as of 2017 like the 1st Bible Book where Tiger played in his first PGA Event ever at age 16 then known as The Los Angeles Open.



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