Josh Broadaway, Jesse Hutchins, Adam Hart and Michael Johnson all earned spots in the 2016 Wyndham Championship through the Monday qualifier on the East Course at Bermuda Run Country Club in Advance, N.C.
All four players shot 5-under 66 on the par-71 track to land a spot in the final regular season event of the PGA Tour season.
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Aussie teen pro Ryan Ruffels and Raleigh, N.C., native Brian Hughes were locked out at 4 under par.
Broadaway is the cross-handed golfer you've seen in the past on the PGA Tour, with the 38-year-old finishing T-81 in his only PGA Tour start this season at the Barbasol Championship in July.
For Hutchins, a North Carolina native, this is his third career PGA Tour start and first since 2014.
Hart is 32 and a native of Columbia, S.C., and he's making his second PGA Tour start this season, following a missed cut at the Barbasol.
Michael Johnson is making his second PGA Tour start after recently turning pro following his time at Auburn University. He finished third at the Barbasol Championship.
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