The 125 PGA Tour players who got their 2019-20 cards, qualified for FedEx Cup playoffs
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The 125 PGA Tour players who got their 2019-20 cards, qualified for FedEx Cup playoffs



The 2018-19 PGA Tour regular season concluded with the end of the Wyndham Championship, with 125 players both earning spots in the FedEx Cup playoffs and locked up their PGA Tour cards and status for the 2019-20 season, which begins immediately after the FedEx Cup champion is crowned at the Tour Championship.

Only players finishing in the top 125 in FedEx Cup points retain their cards by getting into the FedEx Cup playoffs. Ranking on the money list doesn't matter.

The players who finish 126th through 200th in the regular season standing are eligible to compete in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, a four-event series comprising those 75 players and the top 75 players on the Korn Ferry Tour regular season money list. Through that series, 25 PGA Tour cards are decided and the priority order of 50 PGA Tour spots are determined.

Players who finished 126th through 150th on the regular season FedEx Cup points list and money list earn conditional PGA Tour status for next season.

125 PGA Tour players who kept cards, exempt status for 2019-20 season

  • 1. Brooks Koepka
  • 2. Rory McIlroy
  • 3. Matt Kuchar
  • 4. Xander Schauffele
  • 5. Gary Woodland
  • 6. Patrick Cantlay
  • 7. Dustin Johnson
  • 8. Paul Casey
  • 9. Webb Simpson
  • 10. Jon Rahm
  • 11. Justin Rose
  • 12. Marc Leishman
  • 13. Rickie Fowler
  • 14. Chez Reavie
  • 15. Charles Howell III
  • 16. Tony Finau
  • 17. Justin Thomas
  • 18. Bryson DeChambeau
  • 19. Tommy Fleetwood
  • 20. Shane Lowry
  • 21. Adam Scott
  • 22. Kevin Kisner
  • 23. Sungjae Im
  • 24. Ryan Palmer
  • 25. Francesco Molinari
  • 26. Scott Piercy
  • 27. J.T. Poston
  • 28. Tiger Woods
  • 29. Sung Kang
  • 30. Hideki Matsuyama
  • 31. Corey Conners
  • 32. Lucas Glover
  • 33. Brandt Snedeker
  • 34. Phil Mickelson
  • 35. C.T. Pan
  • 36. Rory Sabbatini
  • 37. Keith Mitchell
  • 38. Andrew Putnam
  • 39. Jim Furyk
  • 40. Jason Day
  • 41. Kevin Tway
  • 42. Jason Kokrak
  • 43. Nate Lashley
  • 44. Billy Horschel
  • 45. Si Woo Kim
  • 46. Adam Hadwin
  • 47. J.B. Holmes
  • 48. Kevin Na
  • 49. Collin Morikawa
  • 50. Patrick Reed
  • 51. Louis Oosthuizen
  • 52. Max Homa
  • 53. Dylan Frittelli
  • 54. Graeme McDowell
  • 55. Adam Long
  • 56. Joel Dahmen
  • 57. Byeong Hun An
  • 58. Keegan Bradley
  • 59. Rafa Cabrera Bello
  • 60. Ian Poulter
  • 61. Ryan Moore
  • 62. Emiliano Grillo
  • 63. Vaughn Taylor
  • 64. Cameron Champ
  • 65. Sergio Garcia
  • 66. Danny Lee
  • 67. Abraham Ancer
  • 68. Kevin Streelman
  • 69. Jordan Spieth
  • 70. Matthew Wolff
  • 71. Bubba Watson
  • 72. Troy Merritt
  • 73. Charley Hoffman
  • 74. Joaquin Niemann
  • 75. Matt Every
  • 76. Kiradech Aphibarnrat
  • 77. Tyrrell Hatton
  • 78. Brian Stuard
  • 79. Cameron Smith
  • 80. Jhonattan Vegas
  • 81. Russell Henley
  • 82. Chesson Hadley
  • 83. Michael Thompson
  • 84. Adam Schenk
  • 85. Henrik Stenson
  • 86. Brian Harman
  • 87. Luke List
  • 88. Branden Grace
  • 89. Sam Burns
  • 90. Wyndham Clark
  • 91. Roger Sloan
  • 92. Bud Cauley
  • 93. J.J. Spaun
  • 94. Chris Stroud
  • 95. Brice Garnett
  • 96. Mackenzie Hughes
  • 97. Talor Gooch
  • 98. Kyle Stanley
  • 99. Nick Watney
  • 100. Patrick Rodgers
  • 101. Cameron Tringale
  • 102. Harold Varner III
  • 103. Sam Ryder
  • 104. Kyoung-Hoon Lee
  • 105. Scott Stallings
  • 106. Russell Knox
  • 107. Denny McCarthy
  • 108. Ryan Armour
  • 109. Scott Brown
  • 110. Danny Willett
  • 111. Sepp Straka
  • 112. Aaron Baddeley
  • 113. Carlos Ortiz
  • 114. Peter Malnati
  • 115. Matt Jones
  • 116. Brian Gay
  • 117. Nick Taylor
  • 118. Patton Kizzire
  • 119. Martin Laird
  • 120. Aaron Wise
  • 121. Kelly Kraft
  • 122. Jonas Blixt
  • 123. Andrew Landry
  • 124. Sebastián Muñoz
  • 125. Pat Perez

Players who have 2019-19 conditional PGA Tour status and qualified for the Korn Ferry Tour Finals

  • 126. Richy Werenski
  • 127. Shawn Stefani
  • 128. Robert Streb
  • 129. Alex Noren
  • 130. Austin Cook
  • 131. Daniel Berger
  • 132. Martin Trainer
  • 133. Peter Uihlein
  • 134. Wes Roach
  • 135. Bronson Burgoon
  • 136. Jason Dufner
  • 137. Ryan Blaum
  • 138. Jim Herman
  • 139. Dominic Bozzelli
  • 140. Bill Haas
  • 141. Johnson Wagner
  • 142. Roberto Castro
  • 143. Seamus Power
  • 144. Zack Sucher
  • 145. Beau Hossler
  • 146. Josh Teater
  • 147. Ted Potter, Jr.
  • 148. Hank Lebioda
  • 149. Harris English
  • 150. Martin Kaymer

Player Nos. 151-200 who qualified for the 2019 Korn Ferry Tour Finals

  • 151. Jonathan Byrd
  • 152. Stephan Jaeger
  • 153. Scott Langley
  • 154. Zach Johnson
  • 155. Roberto Díaz
  • 156. Chase Wright
  • 157. Trey Mullinax
  • 158. Jimmy Walker
  • 159. Tom Hoge
  • 160. Cameron Davis
  • 161. Kramer Hickok
  • 162. Hudson Swafford
  • 163. Tyler Duncan
  • 164. D.J. Trahan
  • 165. Brandon Harkins
  • 166. Jim Knous
  • 167. Adam Svensson
  • 168. Alex Prugh
  • 169. Fabián Gómez
  • 170. Joey Garber
  • 171. Brendan Steele
  • 172. Anders Albertson
  • 173. Sam Saunders
  • 174. David Hearn
  • 175. Curtis Luck
  • 176. Julián Etulain
  • 177. José de Jesús Rodríguez
  • 178. Anirban Lahiri
  • 179. Stewart Cink
  • 180. Ollie Schniederjans
  • 181. Ben Silverman
  • 182. Ernie Els
  • 183. Brendon Todd
  • 184. Hunter Mahan
  • 185. Satoshi Kodaira
  • 186. John Chin
  • 187. Kyle Jones
  • 188. Seth Reeves
  • 189. Billy Hurley III
  • 190. Whee Kim
  • 191. Luke Donald
  • 192. Charl Schwartzel
  • 193. Cody Gribble
  • 194. Kevin Chappell
  • 195. Davis Love III
  • 196. Brady Schnell
  • 197. Vijay Singh
  • 198. Nicholas Lindheim
  • 199. Chris Kirk
  • 200. Ben Crane

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