BOISE, ID (WJHG/WECP) The efforts of Mosley and FSU alum Chase Seiffert to nail down his first PGA Tour card continue this week in the Pacific Northwest.
Seiffert heads into the third of four Web.com Tour playoff events, needing to finish in the top 25 overall to earn a PGA card for 2019.
After missing the cut the week before last at the DAP Championship outside Cleveland, Seiffert sits tied for 48th in the standings heading into this week's Albertson's Boise Open.
"Just had a couple things not go my way and I really didn't make any putts all week," Seiffert said. "That was the difference. The way I hit it, I felt like I could have made the cut if I could have just made some putts those first two rounds. But no, the confidence is still high. Self-belief is still high too."
Seiffert says his game remains at a level that should allow him to compete with the best.
"I feel good, as much as I could practice last week with the rain, I got a lot of good stuff done. My game is in a good spot. This course sets up pretty well for me too. I just have to go out and execute my game plan and play the way I know I can play. I'm a good driver of the ball and it's a good driving course. Kind of tight fairways. You can play it really aggressive if you like or you can play it really passive. I'm gonna play it pretty aggressive, hit a lot of drivers and wedges, and try to make a ton of birdies that way."
The tournament site is the picturesque Hillcrest Club in Boise, Idaho. Seiffert tees off at 8:11 Mountain time Thursday.