In the final Monday qualifier of the PGA Tour season, Brad Miller, Dalton Ward, Matt Bettencourt and Ted Brown all earned spots in the 2015 Wyndham Championship.
Miller was the medalist in the 18-hole event at Bermuda Run Country Club's East Course, shooting 8-under 63. Ward finished in second with 64, while Bettencourt, who won the 2010 Barracuda Championship, was third with 65.
That left a four-for-one playoff with Brown taking on and defeating Grayson Murray, Caleb Sturgeon and Adam Webb for the final spot.
This will be the first PGA Tour start for Miller, a Maryland native, who missed the cut in one prior Web.com Tour start. He plays most of his golf on the eGolf Tour.
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Dalton Ward was a heralded South Carolina amateur who will be getting a crack at a big PGA Tour paycheck. He's come up short in U.S. Open qualifying in 2014 as well in pre-qualifying for the Web.com Tour Q-school.
Canadian Ted Brown has faced a difficult year on the Web.com Tour, making just three cuts in 17 starts. The 36-year-old will look to salvage his year with a paycheck in Greensboro.