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How do you keep a PGA tour card?

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A tour pro keeps his card if he places in the top 125 money-winners on the PGA Tour. Winning a Tour event is equal to two-year tour card, winning a major championship provides a five-year tour card, and golfers with 20 or more wins on the Tour receive a lifetime tour card.

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Once he won his first PGA Tour event in 1996 he got a two year PGA Tour exemption.


There are currently 287 active players on the PGA Tour that have their tour card. There are also countless thousands of club professionals around the country.


If you win a major championship you get a 5 year exemption. If you win a PGA Tour event you get a 2 year exemption. You can finish in the top 125 on the PGA Tour money list, and this allows you to keep your status for a further year.


Earn Enough money to stay in the top 115 in the race to dubai, from competing in tournaments.


* Get sponsors exemptions and finish in the top 125 of the PGA Tour money list, * Go to q-school, get to final qualifying and earn your card, * Join the Nationwide Tour and finish in the top 25 for the season * Win a PGA Tour event


The Nationwide Tour would be the tour before the PGA Tour, the top 25 on the Nationwide tour at the end of the season win PGA Tour cards.


No, plenty have players have got a tour card without going to Q School, Rory McIlroy for example, he won a European Tour card from finishing high enough up the money list in tournaments he received exemptions in, them qualified for a PGA tour card from his world rank. Some players play a year on the Nationwide tour in an attempt to finish in the top 25 and win a PGA Tour card.


PGA Tour was created in 1968.


You can't buy a professional golf card, you have to earn it by placing successfully well in golf programs just below the PGA Tour. If you are already a PGA golfer, then you keep your card by making sure you're placing well enough year round.


You don't need a tour card to turn pro. He simply earned his after he turned pro.


The PGA Tour card - "What is it?"The "PGA Tour card" is a small business-size card with their name, basic info, and year. Here is a picture of Casey Martin with his:http://augustasports.com/images/headlines/102599casey_martinLR.jpgThe actual card is only a symbol of the playing priveledges earned by the player. It is not necessary to present the card to play in an event, the PGA organizers have all the information on site as to who is eligible to enter or attempt to qualify. All players must present two forms of ID upon registration, at least one with photo, not matter how recognizable a player is. The PGA Tour card can be used for one of these IDs, and commonly is along with the players' drivers' license or passport.ANSWER:It's just like a small card that looks like atm card or credit card..


The PGA European Tour started in 1984.


The PGA Tour is associated with the sport of golf.


PGA European Tour was created in 1972.


PGA Tour on ABC was created in 1966.


PGA Tour on CBS was created in 1956.


PGA Tour of Australasia was created in 1973.


When a player earns conditional status on the PGA Tour, they are able to play in all Nationwide Tour events and PGA Tour events which have larger fields or the ones where the top players do not play in. They can usually play the fall series events.


Not that many, unless they want to. The WGC and Major events are co sanctioned so qualify as PGA Tour events. A player must play 15 events to keep their card, assuming they maintain exempt status.


This is a dumb question. There was no first PGA tour golfer. A better question would be who were the first golfers on the first PGA tour.


If you win a PGA Tour event as an amateur you receive a two year tour card and full membership for the rest of the current season. However, the player must turn professional to take up membership. They do not receive the prize money if they win as an amateur.


I think you are combining two concepts. You can join the PGA by being a professional in the golf community. This can be a playing pro, teaching pro, club pro, etc. The PGA has a long list of types of pros and PGA members. A "Tour Card", what you typically here about for Q school, or "keeping their card" is a level of exemption for playing on the PGA Tour. Not all PGA professionals are qualified to play on Tour (in fact, most aren't). To keep your card, a big requirement is to place in the top 150 on the money list (I think). You can earn your tour card by placing high enough in Q School, top 25 on the Nationwide money list, etc. You can get exemptions into tournaments based on your play, too. It's complicated to cover all the ways to get to play on tour. I think if you win the Masters, you get an exemption to play in it for the next 10 years as one example. You can play as a pro without joining the PGA. You just declare "pro" in an open tournament. Go out on Monday and qualify. Make it to Thursday. make the cut. Make some money!


Tiger Woods joined the PGA Tour in 1996.


Tiger Woods PGA Tour was created in 2003.



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