The drink of choice in the Napa Valley is usually red or white, but for Jarrod Lyle, a cold beer was a perfect way to celebrate Friday.
The two-time cancer survivor continued a storybook week at Silverado Country Club with a second-round 70 to put him 2 under for the tournament, good enough to make the cut in his first PGA Tour start in two years.
IN THE FIELD: Jarrod Lyle earns place in Frys.com Open field
Lyle tweeted this photo afterward:
After not receiving a sponsor's exemption for the Frys.com Open, Lyle earned a spot in the field through Monday qualifying. Now he'll be playing on the weekend.
According to the Associated Press, Lyle has 20 events to earn $283,825 and reach the equivalent of No. 125 on the money list in 2012 to keep his PGA Tour card. Making the cut this week will at least assure Lyle of getting a check.