2002 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates

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This is a list of the 38 players who earned their 2003 PGA Tour card through Q School in 2002.

# Player PGA Tour
starts
Cuts
made
Notes
1 United States Jeff Brehaut 57 28 2 Nationwide Tour wins
T2 United States Chris Anderson 1 0
T2 Germany Alex Čejka 16 8 4 European Tour wins
T2 Australia James McLean 0 0
T5 United States Donnie Hammond 441 314 2 PGA Tour wins, 1 Nationwide Tour win
T5 United States John Maginnes 138 71 3 Nationwide Tour wins
T5 Japan Akio Sadakata 0 0
T8 United States Aaron Barber 2 0
T8 United States Brian Bateman 34 16 1 Nationwide Tour win
T8 South Africa Brenden Pappas 25 6
T11 Sweden Richard S. Johnson 1 0 1 European Tour win
T11 United States Joel Kribel 14 3 Former Western Amateur winner and U.S. Amateur runner-up
T11 Australia Scott Laycock 5 1 1 Asian Tour win, 1 Japan Golf Tour win
T11 England John E. Morgan 0 0 Second player (after Richie Coughlan) to earn both
PGA and European Tour cards in his rookie season
T11 United States David Sutherland 174 91 1 Nationwide Tour win; former Western Amateur champion;
brother of Kevin Sutherland
T11 United States Dean Wilson 6 3 6 Japan Golf Tour wins
T17 United States Paul Goydos 294 181 1 PGA Tour win, 1 Nationwide Tour win
T17 Australia Anthony Painter 4 2 1 Nationwide Tour win
T17 United States Vance Veazey 29 6 2 Nationwide Tour wins
T17 United States Mark Wilson 8 4
T21 United States Bart Bryant 163 88 Brother of Brad Bryant
T21 United States Tom Gillis 8 5
T21 United States Jeff Klein 6 1
T21 Sweden Carl Pettersson 3 2 1 European Tour win
T21 United States Dave Stockton, Jr. 239 106 2 Nationwide Tour wins; son of Dave Stockton
T26 United States Woody Austin 247 127 1 PGA Tour win
T26 United States Jason Caron 30 11
T26 United States Ben Curtis 2 1 Former Players Amateur winner
T26 United States Ken Green 477 267 5 PGA Tour wins, 1 Japan Golf Tour win
T26 Japan Kenichi Kuboya 3 2 4 Japan Golf Tour wins
T26 United States Brad Lardon 69 25
T26 United States Andy Miller 5 2 1 Nationwide Tour win; son of Johnny Miller
T26 United States Brett Quigley 162 89 2 Nationwide Tour wins; nephew of Dana Quigley
T34 Australia Mathew Goggin 86 39 2 Nationwide Tour wins, 2 Challenge Tour wins, 1 PGA Tour of Australasia win
T34 United States Mike Grob 7 1
T34 United States Mike Heinen 142 64 1 PGA Tour win
T34 United States Brian Watts 149 86 12 Japan Golf Tour wins
T34 Australia Cameron Yancey 1 0
  • Players in yellow were 2003 PGA Tour rookies.

2003 Results[edit]

Player Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Money list
rank
Earnings ($)
United States Jeff Brehaut 32 23 T5 99 650,019
United States Chris Anderson 31 16 T4 152 342,028
Germany Alex Čejka 30 20 T2 60 1,182,883
Australia James McLean 19 5 T18 201 117,182
United States Donnie Hammond 27 19 T23 166 255,414
United States John Maginnes 29 13 T5 155 308,928
Japan Akio Sadakata 29 11 T39 206 107,730
United States Aaron Barber 32 13 T4 140 425,277
United States Brian Bateman 26 10 T11 173 217,150
South Africa Brenden Pappas 33 19 T2 51 1,307,809
Sweden Richard S. Johnson 28 16 T3 120 559,021
United States Joel Kribel 16 3 T37 233 39,120
Australia Scott Laycock 25 10 T10 156 300,342
England John E. Morgan 29 11 T5 (twice) 141 422,917
United States David Sutherland 25 13 9 136 451,442
United States Dean Wilson 27 15 T6 98 654,345
United States Paul Goydos 25 18 T6 88 734,284
Australia Anthony Painter 31 12 T14 170 200,714
United States Vance Veazey 26 8 T20 203 111,157
United States Mark Wilson 30 11 4 128 482,502
United States Bart Bryant 6 6 T24 215 78,966
United States Tom Gillis 25 11 T7 139 432,100
United States Jeff Klein 25 4 T31 232 40,680
Sweden Carl Pettersson 26 15 2 74 977,076
United States Dave Stockton, Jr. 31 7 T12 175 214,876
United States Woody Austin 31 23 2 44 1,518,707
United States Jason Caron 29 9 T15 183 172,292
United States Ben Curtis 21 13 Win 46 1,434,911
United States Ken Green 7 3 T25 221 70,633
Japan Kenichi Kuboya 31 14 T13 164 257,282
United States Brad Lardon 8 1 T39 245 16,400
United States Andy Miller 25 13 T31 191 134,930
United States Brett Quigley 27 19 4 82 786,294
Australia Mathew Goggin 28 16 T20 157 299,238
United States Mike Grob 27 14 T5 150 348,976
United States Mike Heinen 29 16 T11 138 432,417
United States Brian Watts 13 5 T22 (twice) 192 134,905
United States Cameron Yancey 23 5 T56 231 43,810

T = Tied
Green background indicates the player retained his PGA Tour card for 2004 (finished inside the top 125).
Yellow background indicates the player did not retain his PGA Tour card for 2004, but retained conditional status (finished between 126-150).
Red background indicates the player did not retain his PGA Tour card for 2004 (finished outside the top 150).

Winners on the PGA Tour in 2003[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winning score Margin of victory Runners-up
1 Jul 20 United States Ben Curtis The Open Championship –1 (72-72-70-69=283) 1 stroke Denmark Thomas Bjørn, Fiji Vijay Singh

Runners-up on the PGA Tour in 2003[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 Feb 16 Sweden Carl Pettersson Buick Invitational United States Tiger Woods –16 (70-66-68-68=272) –12 (69-68-70-69=276)
2 Jul 20 United States Woody Austin
lost in two-man playoff
MCI Heritage United States Davis Love III –13 (66-69-69-67=271) –13 (68-70-65-68=271)
3 Jul 20 Germany Alex Čejka B.C. Open United States Craig Stadler –21 (67-69-68-63=267) –20 (66-66-69-67=268)
4 Oct 5 South Africa Brenden Pappas Southern Farm Bureau Classic United States John Huston –20 (66-66-68-68=268) –19 (72-69-66-62=269)

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