Robby Shelton, Blake Kennedy, Justin Lower and Brendon Todd all earned spots in the 2017 Wells Fargo Championship through the Monday qualifier.
Shelton, the Alabama product, was the medalist in the 18-hole event at Country Club of Landfall's Ocean/Marsh composite course in Wilmington, N.C. with an 8-under 64.
Kennedy was alone in second with 66, while Lower and Todd managed to avoid a playoff in the four-spotter with 68s. Kennedy went to Clemson, qualifying for the 2014 U.S. Amateur.
For Todd, this is his second Monday qualifying win in two months, getting into the Valspar Championship, too, back in March. He lost his PGA Tour card last season after missing two-thirds of his cuts.
Lower, a 28-year-old Ohio native, missed the cut in the 2014 RSM Classic and finished T-42 in the United Leasing and Finance Championship two weeks ago on the Web.com Tour.