Jarrod Lyle: “I haven’t played well enough to keep my status.”

Catching up on my reading and put this one off for the obvious reason: two-time cancer survivor and inspiration to so many, Jarrod Lyle, is out of status options on the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour (except for some past champion possibilities). He's considering a career in broadcasting or the family belt-making business.

Brian Wacker catches up with Lyle for GolfDigest.com.

Lyle returned to play the PGA Tour in October 2014 and had 20 starts to earn $283,825 to fulfill his medical extension and keep his card. While he made the cut in each of his first two starts, he missed the cut in 13 of his next 15 and eventually fell short.

“If I played half decent the whole thing could’ve been avoided,” Lyle said. “I haven’t played well enough to keep my status.”