2021 Korn Ferry Tour and Korn Ferry Tour Finals points lists: Which 50 got PGA Tour cards?
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2021 Korn Ferry Tour and Korn Ferry Tour Finals points lists: Which 50 got PGA Tour cards?



With the conclusion of the 2021 Korn Ferry Tour Championship, the Korn Ferry Tour Finals and Korn Ferry Tour season ended, settling the fate and priority order of 50 PGA Tour cards for the 2021-20 PGA Tour season, which begins with the 2021 A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier.

There are two separate Korn Ferry Tour finals points lists:

  1. one which decides the top 25 in Korn Ferry Tour Finals earnings for players ranked 26th through 75th in the Korn Ferry Tour regular season and Nos. 126-200 in the PGA Tour's regular season FedEx Cup points list, as well others who qualified for the Korn Ferry Tour finals through medical extensions or non-member FedEx Cup points
  2. one which decides the initial PGA Tour priority order for the top 25 players on the Korn Ferry Tour regular season points

The winners of both of those points lists are fully exempt for the season ahead and get a spot in The Players Championship. Stephan Jaeger won the list of Korn Fetty Tour grads, and Joseph Bramlett won the Korn Ferry Tour Finals points list, so they are the only players NOT subject to the reshuffles in the PGA Tour priority order every six or so events. He is in his own priority order category for the season, ahead of the other graduates. Every other player is subject to the reshuffle.

When it comes to determining the priority order in which they get into PGA Tour events, the PGA Tour goes in A-B order, with the No. 2 earning Korn Ferry Tour regular season graduate getting top spot in that category, followed by the No. 2 earning Korn Ferry Tour Finals gradate, and so on.

2021 Korn Ferry Tour and Korn Ferry Tour Finals graduates

RS indicates regular season grad; FI indicates Korn Ferry Tour Finals grad

  • 1. Stephan Jaeger -- (RS 1)
  • 1. Joseph Bramlett -- (FI 1)
  • 3. Greyson Sigg -- (RS 2)
  • 4. Trey Mullinax -- (FI 2)
  • 5. Adam Svensson -- (RS 3)
  • 6. Aaron Rai -- (FI 3)
  • 7. Chad Ramey -- (RS 4)
  • 8. Bronson Burgoon -- (FI 4)
  • 9. Mito Pereira -- (RS 5)
  • 10. Christiaan Bezuidenhout -- (FI 5)
  • 11. Taylor Moore -- (RS 6)
  • 12. J.J. Spaun -- (FI 6)
  • 13. Taylor Pendrith -- (RS 7)
  • 14. Hayden Buckley -- (FI 7)
  • 15. Lee Hodges -- (RS 8)
  • 16. Sahith Theegala -- (FI 8)
  • 17. Davis Riley -- (RS 9)
  • 18. Matthias Schwab -- (FI 9)
  • 19. David Lipsky -- (RS 10)
  • 20. Vincent Whaley -- (FI 10)
  • 21. Paul Barjon -- (RS 11)
  • 22. John Huh -- (FI 11)
  • 23. Max McGreevy -- (RS 12)
  • 24. Alex Smalley -- (FI 12)
  • 25. Jared Wolfe -- (RS 13)
  • 26. Joshua Creel -- (FI 13)
  • 27. Will Zalatoris -- (RS 14)
  • 28. Lucas Herbert -- (FI 14)
  • 29. Dylan Wu -- (RS 15)
  • 30. Callum Tarren -- (FI 15)
  • 31. Brandon Wu -- (RS 16)
  • 32. Scott Gutschewski -- (FI 16)
  • 33. Cameron Young -- (RS 17)
  • 34. Dawie van der Walt -- (FI 17)
  • 35. Andrew Novak -- (RS 18)
  • 36. Kelly Kraft -- (FI 18)
  • 37. Ben Kohles -- (RS 19)
  • 38. Michael Gligic -- (FI 19)
  • 39. Seth Reeves -- (RS 20)
  • 40. Patrick Rodgers -- (FI 20)
  • 41. Nick Hardy -- (RS 21)
  • 42. Kiradech Aphibarnrat -- (FI 21)
  • 43. David Skinns -- (RS 22)
  • 44. Kurt Kitayama -- (FI 22)
  • 44. Austin Cook -- (FI 23)
  • 46. Curtis Thompson -- (RS 23)
  • 47. Brett Drewitt -- (RS 24)
  • 48. Peter Uihlein -- (FI 24)
  • 49. Austin Smotherman -- (RS 25)
  • 50. Justin Lower -- (FI 25)

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