2018 Web.com Tour and Web.com Tour Finals money lists: Which 50 got PGA Tour cards?
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2018 Web.com Tour and Web.com Tour Finals money lists: Which 50 got PGA Tour cards?


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With the conclusion of the 2018 Web.com Tour Championship, the Web.com Tour Finals and Web.com Tour season ended, settling the fate and priority order of 50 PGA Tour cards for the 2018-19 PGA Tour season, which begins with the 2018 Safeway Open.

There are two separate Web.com Tour finals money lists:

  1. one which decides the top 25 in Web.com Tour Finals earnings for players ranked 26th through 75th in the Web.com Tour regular season and Nos. 126-200 in the PGA Tour's regular season FedEx Cup points list
  2. one which decides the initial PGA Tour priority order for the top 25 players on the Web.com Tour regular season money

The winners of both of those money lists are fully exempt for the season ahead and get a spot in The Players Championship, so Sungjae Im and Denny McCarthy are NOT subject to the reshuffles in the PGA Tour priority order every six or so events. They are in their own category of two players 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 Web.com Tour regular season graduate getting top spot in that category, followed by the No. 2 earning Web.com Tour Finals gradate, and so on.



2018 Web.com Tour and Web.com Tour Finals graduates

RS indicates regular season grad; FI indicates Web.com Tour Finals grad


  • 1. (RS 1) Sungjae Im -- $553,800
  • 2. (FI 1) Denny Mccarthy -- $255,793
  • 3. (RS 2) Kramer Hickok -- $396,968
  • 4. (FI 2) Sangmoon Bae -- $218,156
  • 5. (RS 3) Anders Albertson -- $325,689
  • 6. (FI 3) Robert Streb -- $187,460
  • 7. (RS 4) Sam Burns -- $296,534
  • 8. (FI 4) Peter Malnati -- $157,296
  • 9. (RS 5) Scott Langley -- $284,842
  • 10. (FI 5) Cameron Davis -- $126,675
  • 11. (RS 6) Cameron Champ -- $278,671
  • 12. (FI 6) Adam Schenk -- $125,798
  • 13. (RS 7) Martin Trainer -- $269,712
  • 14. (FI 7) Lucas Glover -- $125,212
  • 15. (RS 8) Kyoung-Hoon Lee -- $267,671
  • 16. (FI 8) Matt Jones -- $112,000
  • 17. (RS 9) Chase Wright -- $256,276
  • 18. (FI 9) Hunter Mahan -- $107,505
  • 19. (RS 10) Sebastián Muñoz -- $243,593
  • 20. (FI 10) Roger Sloan -- $84,307
  • 21. (RS 11) Kyle Jones -- $233,419
  • 22. (FI 11) Shawn Stefani -- $80,579
  • 23. (RS 12) Adam Svensson -- $219,833
  • 24. (FI 12) Seth Reeves -- $80,360
  • 25. (RS 13) Alex Prugh -- $215,500
  • 26. (FI 13) Max Homa -- $78,200
  • 27. (RS 14) John Chin -- $211,064
  • 28. (FI 14) Roberto Díaz -- $70,326
  • 29. (RS 15) José De Jesús Rodríguez -- $200,738
  • 30. (FI 15) Curtis Luck -- $64,920
  • 31. (RS 16) Josh Teater -- $200,263
  • 32. (FI 16) Nicholas Lindheim -- $59,169
  • 33. (RS 17) Carlos Ortiz -- $195,337
  • 34. (FI 17) Dylan Frittelli -- $48,600
  • 35. (RS 18) Wyndham Clark -- $192,473
  • 36. (FI 18) Wes Roach -- $48,100
  • 37. (RS 19) Adam Long -- $192,463
  • 38. (FI 19) Sepp Straka -- $47,844
  • 39. (RS 20) Julián Etulain -- $188,302
  • 40. (FI 20) Cameron Tringale -- $47,760
  • 41. (RS 21) Chris Thompson -- $186,488
  • 42. (FI 21) Ben Silverman -- $47,700
  • 43. (RS 22) Joey Garber -- $185,506
  • 44. (FI 22) Stephan Jaeger -- $46,590
  • 45. (RS 23) Brady Schnell -- $180,491
  • 46. (FI 23) Michael Thompson -- $45,466
  • 47. (RS 24) Roberto Castro -- $172,054
  • 48. (FI 24) Fabián Gómez -- $43,657
  • 49. (RS 25) Hank Lebioda -- $169,758
  • 50. (FI 25) Jim Knous -- $41,931

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