South Korean men looking to make a PGA move

This handout photograph released and taken by the World Sport Group on August 11, 2012 shows Lee...

This handout photograph released and taken by the World Sport Group on August 11, 2012 shows Lee Dong-Hwan of South Korea during round three of the Thailand Open at the Suwan golf and country club on the outskirts of Bangkok. The Thailand Open is the fifth event on the OneAsia schedule which boasts a prize of one million USD and takes place August 9 to 12. (AFP/World Sport Group/Paul Lakatos)

CHRIS STEVENSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:12 PM ET

LA QUINTA, CALIF. - It’s a tossup what attracts the eye first: Dong-hwan Lee’s big smile or the blond dye job that goes kind of in a stripe from the front of his ’do down the back.

Then there’s his golf game.

The 25-year-old South Korean is leading the last PGA Tour Qualifying School after an 8-under par 64 Saturday, putting him at 19-under par and two shots ahead of Edward Loar and fellow South Korean Meen Whee Kim, the 54-hole leader, after four rounds of the 108-hole tournament.

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