Kevin Tway, Jonathan Garrick, Kevin Dougherty, J.T. Poston all earned spots in the 2017 Genesis Open through the Monday qualifier.
Tway twas the medalist in the 18-hole event held on the Eisenhower Course at Industry Hills Golf Club, shooting a 7-under 65 to beat Garrick by a shot.
Dougherty and Poston finished tied for third at 5-under 67 to earn the final two spots and avoid a playoff in the four-spotter.
Kevin Tway earned his PGA Tour card from the Web.com Tour last year, and he is the son of major winner Bob Tway. So far this season, Tway has cashed in six of nine starts, with his best finish a T-35 at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Garrick, a UCLA product, turned pro last year and had three top-five finishes on PGA Tour Canada. He also finished T-69 this season in his other PGA Tour start at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
Dougherty went to Oklahoma State and largely played on the Adams Tour last year. He’ll be 26 in May.
Poston has his PGA Tour card through last year’s Web.com Tour, and, like Tway, has cashed in six of nine starts. His best finish is also at Sanderson Farms, where he finished T-29.