Donaldson keen for US stay
Jamie Donaldson has admitted his recent good form could see him go to the PGA Tour qualifying school at the end of the season.
The Welshman followed up his Irish Open success - his first-ever European Tour title - with an impressive top-10 finish at the USPGA Championship at Kiawah Island last weekend. He is now planning to stay on in the States over the next few weeks and is considering trying to qualify for the PGA Tour when the current season ends. First he will take part in the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina, and he is hoping for another good performance. "Confidence is high, so we're looking for another big week," he said. "I'd love to play over here full-time. Life seems pretty easy, the weather is better, there's loads of things that are really great about it. "Ian Poulter and Justin Rose are sort of good pals of mine, they've been over here for a while and they just rave on about it all the time."