As the Web.com Tour winds down, Jason Allred is heating up. His co-sixth-place finish in the Boise Open last week earned him a spot in this week’s Mylan Classic at Southpointe Golf Club in Canonsburg, Pa. Players in the top 25 of a tournament the preceding week gain a berth the next week if they aren’t already in.
It was Allred’s second made cut – and paycheck – in as many weeks. He tied for 28th the week before in the Midwest Classic in Overland, Kan.
In the past two weeks, he’s 30 under par for eight rounds. He opened with an even-par 71 in the first round in Kansas and has shot seven straight subpar rounds. That’s not counting the 64 he fashioned in Monday qualifying to get into the Boise tourney.
There are four events left in the Web.com’s regular season, and it would behoove Allred to take advantage. The top 25 on the money list after the regular season earn their PGA cards. The top 75 advance to the new Finals series, which begins Aug. 29 in Indiana.
With his paycheck of $23,443.75 from Boise, Allred climbed from 195th place to 104th on the earnings list. He’s made $27,532.75 in six events and is about $23,000 shy of 75th place.
The Mylan Classic will be aired for a couple hours each day on The Golf Channel.