The Web.com Tour identifies and transitions those select players ready to compete and win on the PGA TOUR.
Three of every four PGA TOUR players are Web.com Tour alums, accounting for more than 400 TOUR victories.
How hard is it to make it to the PGA TOUR?
Well, of the 80 million players in the world, 245 play the TOUR.
How much does it cost to play on the PGA Tour?
The only expense he must pay to play in a tournament is a mandatory $50 locker room fee. Most professionals competing in a pre-tournament qualifying event pay entry fees of $400 apiece, except for Champions and Nationwide Tour players ($100 each) and non-exempt PGA Tour members (no entry fee).
How do you get on the PGA Tour?
Once a player has qualified for the Web.com Tour via Q School, there are multiple ways to receive a PGA Tour card. The first is through what veterans have dubbed, “The Battlefield Promotion”. If a player wins any three events on the Web.com Tour, they are automatically awarded their ticket to the PGA.
Do PGA players pay for their own travel?
Pros pay their caddies an agreed-upon weekly salary, typically in the $1,500-$2,000 range, which caddies use to pay for their own airfare, car rentals, lodging, food, etc. The deal hinges on the player’s performance. The better he plays, the more money the caddie makes.
Who is the oldest current player on the PGA Tour?
Jerry Barber Is the Oldest Golfer to Play on the PGA Tour
Jerry Barber is the oldest to ever compete in a PGA Tour tournament, setting the record when he played the 1994 Buick Invitational at the age of 77 years, 10 months, and nine days.