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If a player wins more than one tournament a year how many years exemption does he get and if he wins any in his years of exemption what happens?


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2006-10-19 17:42:28
2006-10-19 17:42:28

A PGA Tour player earns a 2 year exemption for winning a regular event, and a 5 year exemption if they win a major. If they win again during that time, the clock is simply reset.


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