2012 PGA TOUR Q school scores: Ross Fisher, Steve LeBrun tied for 1st

Victor Decolongon

Ross Fisher and Steve LeBrun are tied for first at 24-under at the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament.

Ross Fisher has shot 6-under through 15 holes on Monday to tie Steve LeBrun at 24-under atop the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament standings.

Fisher had birdies on the third, fourth, sixth, eighth, 10th and 12th holes in the sixth round to tie LeBrun. Fisher shot a 67 in the fifth round to give himself a chance to compete for the title in the sixth and final round on Monday. Fisher began the sixth round tied for 11th place.

LeBrun is 3-under in Monday's sixth round through 14 holes. LeBrun has scored birdies on the first, ninth and 11th holes.

Steven Bowditch began the sixth round in first place but shot a three over par through 14 holes to fall back to a three-way tie for 14th place.

Billy Horschel and Kris Blanks trail Fisher and LeBrun by one stroke at 23-under. Erik Compton, Robert Karlsson, Jin Park and Donq-hwan Lee are all two strokes back at 22-under.

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