Mar 21, 2006 · The PGA Tour Champions, the PGA Tour's circuit for golfers age 50 and older, has its own "Q-School." As of 2011, it involves two stages: Regional Qualifying Stage: Three tournaments played over four rounds and held in late October, all in warm-weather locations in the United States.
Oct 21, 2011 · He finished 161st on the 2011 PGA Tour money list. • Patrick Reed, who led Augusta State to the past two NCAA Championships. Reed did advance out of the first stage of this year’s European Tour Q-School. • Parker McLachlin, winner of the 2008 Reno-Tahoe Open. He made just three PGA Tour starts this year, missing all three cuts.
May 24, 2019 · However, beginning in 2013, "PGA Tour Q-School" ceased to exist as the tour began using an alternate method to award tour cards. A qualifying tournament is still played, but it offers a route only to the Web.com Tour, not the PGA Tour. The new method of earning PGA Tour cards is the Web.com Tour Finals, a series of tournaments at which 50 PGA Tour cards are available.
Players attempt to advance to the second stage of Korn Ferry Tour Q-school. Players are ultimately competing to be able to play on the Korn Ferry Tour next season. Players that advance from this Second Stage tournament to Final Stage (Dec 12-15) will qualify to play on next year’s KF Tour.
Three stages. 252 holes. 25 cards. European Tour Qualifying School is arguably the toughest test in golf. Held between September and November each year, only the top 25 players – and ties – at the end of the six-round Final Stage will make the grade and earn European Tour cards for the following season.
Oct 31, 2011 · Keith Clearwater, two-time PGA Tour winner who won Champions Tour Q-School in 2010; Mark Johnson, winner of 2004 Champions Tour Q-School and won 2005 Toshiba Senior Classic Who missed out: Jack Nicklaus’ son, Jackie, who is president of Nicklaus Golf Course Design; T.C. Chen, who is famously known for his double-hit chip from the rough during ...