Carson Schaake

Omaha pro golfer Carson Schaake, who got through Monday qualifying to play in the 2018 Pinnacle Bank Championship, will attempt to replicate last year's success at Bent Tree Golf Club on Monday.

Omaha pro golfer Carson Schaake, who got through Monday qualifying last year to play in the Pinnacle Bank Championship, tries it again at Bent Tree Golf Club east of Council Bluffs.

His tee time is 9:10 a.m. after younger brother Alex, the four-time Nebraska Amateur winner and Iowa senior, goes at 9 a.m.

Rylee Reinertson of Gibbon, at 8:20 a.m., is among those in the qualifier at Wilderness Ridge in Lincoln. At each course, six spots in the PBC are available.

At Bent Tree: Nate Vontz, 8:20 a.m.; Raul Cortes, 8:40; Mike Stolarskyj, 8:50; Alex Schaake, 9 a.m.; Carson Schaake, 9:10; Fernando Arzate, 9:20; Grant Jabenis, 9:40.

At Wilderness Ridge: Austin Miller, 8 a.m.; Rylee Reinertson, 8:20; Judd Cornell, 8:30; Justin Herron, 8:30; Kevin Gillick, 8:50; Kade Brown, 9:30; Michael Colgate, 9:30.

TPC Colorado Championship winner

The newest winner on the Korn Ferry Tour is Nelson Ledesma of Argentina, who birdied the 531-yard, par-4 18th hole Sunday to win the new TPC Colorado Championship.

The 20-foot putt gave him his only birdie of the back nine as he shot a 2-under 70 to reach 15-under and finish a stroke ahead of Brett Coletta, who shared the third-round lead with him.

Coletta, from Australia, tied Ledema with a birdie on the 17th. His birdie putt from the fringe was short on 18.

Ledesma, 28, locked up his PGA Tour card for next season with his second career win. He won the Lecom Health Challenge but finished 42nd in the standings last year with no other top 10s. While winless before Colorado, he had four top 10s and was 18th in Korn Ferry points. With the win, he’s now No. 4.

Indian Creek schedule

Monday afternoon is the Creighton University Heider College of Business Pro-Am.

Tuesday is the Nebraska Section PGA Youth Day, starting at 10 a.m. at Indian Creek’s practice facility with an exhibition by trick-shot golfer and former Husker baseball player Dan Boever.

Korn Ferry Tour players will be doing demonstrations afterward and signing autographs. The course will be open all day Tuesday for the pros’ practice rounds.