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Barber to sit out rest of Nationwide season

New London native Aaron Barber will sit out the rest of Nationwide Tour season due to tendonitis, according to his wife, Leah. His last tournament was Oct. 2 at the Oregon Classic, where he withdrew after six holes.

New London native Aaron Barber will sit out the rest of Nationwide Tour season due to tendonitis, according to his wife, Leah. His last tournament was Oct. 2 at the Oregon Classic, where he withdrew after six holes.

He is currently 41st on the Nationwide Tour with $111,219 earned in 21 tournaments. Had he continued to play, Barber may have qualified for the season-ending Tour Championship, where the top 20 finishers would earn a PGA Tour card for next season.

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