Joey Garber, Ryan Armour, Stephen Gangluff and Brett Drewitt all earned spots in the 2017 Honda Classic through the Monday qualifier.
Garber was medalist in the 18-hole event at Mayacoo Lakes Country Club, shooting 8-under 63 to beat Armour by a shot.
Gangluff and Drewitt shot 5-under 66 and survived a five-for-two playoff against Julian Etulian of Argentina, Jonathan Randolph and Nicholas Lindheim.
Garber turned pro in 2014 out of the University of Georgia and has struggled to find status on a major tour, spending time in 2016 on the Mackenzie Tour in Canada.
Ryan Armour is a 40-year-old veteran who has made three cuts in six PGA Tour starts this season.
Stephen Gangluff has been around a while now, a 41-year-old out of Ohio State who hasn’t enjoyed status on a Tour since 2014.
Brett Drewitt has his PGA Tour card for this season. The Aussie is 26 and has made three cuts in six starts this season.