The 2023-23 PGA Tour regular season concluded with the end of the Wyndham Championship, with 70 players both earning spots in the FedEx Cup playoffs and locked up their PGA Tour cards and status for the 2023-23 season, which begins immediately after the FedEx Cup champion is crowned at the Tour Championship.
Only players finishing in the top 70 in FedEx Cup points retain their cards by getting into the FedEx Cup playoffs. Ranking on the money list doesn't matter.
Lucas Glover is the lone player to gain entry to the playoffs through the Wyndham Championship after starting the week well outside the top 100 in the standings.
The players who finish 71st and worse in the regular season standing are going to be able to earn their PGA Tour status for next season through the FedEx Cup Fall, which starts after the playoffs. The format, points system and requirements for those events have not been announced.
No longer will players ranked 126th through 200th be eligible for the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, which is now just for Korn Ferry Tour players to determine the 30 PGA Tour cards given to season-long points earners.
All players who qualified for the playoffs are guaranteed access to every non-signature or non-designated event in 2024. Players who qualify for the BMW Championship earn entry into every signature or designated event next season.
Of course, players who have better status through wins in PGA Tour-sanctioned events retain that status.
Non-members who would have earned enough FedEx Cup points to qualify for the playoffs also earn membership for next season.
Players who are currently suspended by the PGA Tour have been removed from this list, per PGA Tour rules concerning eligibility.
70 PGA Tour players who kept cards, exempt status for 2024 season
|18||Si Woo Kim|
|37||Byeong Hun An|