2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches Monday qualifier: Dates, locations, field and who got through
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2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches Monday qualifier: Dates, locations, field and who got through

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The 2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches is the fifth PGA Tour event of the calendar year to offer a Monday qualifier.

The first tournament in the Florida Swing is an an open event and allocates four spots in the field to players who earn their way in through a Monday qualifier. The tournament, which features an $9 million purse, is played Thursday through Sunday.

Monday qualifiers are tournaments held on Mondays (although a rare few are not), and they feature a field of typically around 80 players that are looking to get into that week's PGA Tour event. The tournaments are 18-hole affairs typically put on by the local PGA of America section nearest to the tournament host. Eligibility is not limited to professionals, as amateurs with a USGA handicap index under 2.0 may play as well.

For the 2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches, the South Florida section of the PGA of America presents the tournament. The Monday qualifier is played February 26, 2024, at Tesoro Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla., and the field of 115 players was finalized on February 23 at 5 p.m. local time.

Before the Monday qualifier, there were pre-qualifiers, which is common. This tournament creates a pathway to the Monday qualifier for players who have limited or no status with the PGA Tour and, frankly, raises entry fees.

For this Monday qualifier, the field is filled with players with limited PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour status.

The top four finishers from the Monday qualifier will gain entry to the 2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches. The last Monday qualifier to win on the PGA Tour is Corey Conners, who won the 2019 Valero Texas Open after Monday qualifying.

2024 Cognizant Classic in the Palm Beaches Monday qualifier field

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Ryan Armour
Michael Arnaud
Eric Axley
Griffin Barela
Erik Barnes
Billy Basham
Flint Bekkers
Kris Blanks
Larry Blatt
Julius Boros
Evan Bowser
Evan Brown
Bronson Burgoon
Matt Cahill
Rafael Campos
Parker Coody
Austin Cook
Chris Crawford
Nicholas Cummings
Brian Davis
Ryan Davis
Christian De Greiff
Bryce Emory
Harrison Endycott
Patrick Flavin
Chris Francoeur
Will Frodigh
Luis Gagne
Andrew Garner
Brice Garnett
Robert Garrigus
Parker Gillam
Michael Gligic
Chris Gotterup
Keith Greene
Cody Gribble
Danny Guise
Shun yat Hak
Blaine Hale
Paul Haley
Evan Harmeling
David Hearn
Jim Herman
Jake Hibbert
Harry Higgs
Morgan Hoffmann
Scott Jamieson
Carter Jenkins
Kamaiu Johnson
Trevor Johnson
Kevin Johnson
Russell Knox
Austin Lemieux
Yuxin Lin
Adam Long
Nyasha Mauchaza
Ryan McCormick
William McGirt
Dylan Meyer
Chris Nido
Seung Yul Noh
Henrik Norlander
Harrison Ott
Jeff Overton
Logan Perkins
DA Points
Ryan Quinn
Fran Quinn
Spencer Ralston
Zach Robbins
Kevin Roy
Gene Sauers
Austin Smotherman
Hayden Springer
Robert Streb
Maximilien Sturdza
Andy Svoboda
James Swash
Josh Teater
Nicholas Thompson
Beau Titsworth
DJ Trahan
Kevin Tway
Dylan Van Fossen
Richard Werenski
Tom Whitney
Chris Wilson
Xinjun Zhang

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