2012 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates

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This is a list of the 26 players who earned their 2013 PGA Tour card through Q School in 2012.[1][2] 2012 was the final year Q School would grant direct access to the PGA Tour. Future Q Schools will only grant access to the second-tier Web.com Tour. Brad Fritsch previously earned his 2013 PGA Tour card through his finish on the 2012 Web.com Tour money list; he did not count against the 25, but did improve his status.

# Player PGA Tour
starts
Cuts
made
Notes
1 South Korea Lee Dong-hwan 2 0 2 Japan Golf Tour wins
T2 England Ross Fisher 37 24 4 European Tour wins
T2 United States Steve LeBrun 3 1
T4 United States Kris Blanks 102 52 1 Nationwide Tour win
T4 United States Billy Horschel 49 26 3rd time through Q school
T4 United States Richard H. Lee 24 12
T7 United States Erik Compton 56 34 1 Nationwide Tour win
T7 Canada Brad Fritsch 5 1 Also qualified via Web.com Tour finish
T7 South Korea Jin Park 39 14
T10 Argentina Fabián Gómez 26 16 1 Nationwide Tour win
T10 United States Jeff Gove 163 73 3 Nationwide Tour wins
T10 United States Michael Letzig 97 57
T10 Australia Steven Bowditch 75 23 2 Nationwide Tour wins, 3 PGA Tour of Australasia wins
T14 Australia Matt Jones 120 64
T14 Sweden Robert Karlsson 103 72 11 European Tour wins
T14 United States Eric Meierdierks 1 0 Survived all four stages of Q School
T17 United States Scott Langley 6 4
T17 United States Aaron Watkins 21 7
T17 United States Derek Ernst 1 1 Survived all four stages of Q School
T20 United States Tag Ridings 182 93 1 Nationwide Tour win
T20 South Korea Kim Si-woo 0 0 Did not become a PGA Tour member until he turned 18 on June 28, 2013
T22 Sweden Henrik Norlander 0 0 Survived all four stages of Q School
T22 United States Patrick Reed 15 9 Monday-qualified 6 times in 2012
T22 United States Bobby Gates 61 28 1 Nationwide Tour win
T22 United States Donald Constable 0 0 Survived all four stages of Q School
T22 United States Chez Reavie 131 75 1 PGA Tour win
  • Players in yellow were 2013 PGA Tour rookies.
  • : First-time PGA Tour member in 2013, but ineligible for rookie status due to having played eight or more Tour events in a previous season

2013 Results[edit]

Player Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Money list
rank
Earnings ($) FedEx Cup
rank
South Korea Lee Dong-hwan* 22 12 T3 95 882,793 119
England Ross Fisher 15 7 T10 161 311,168 161
United States Steve LeBrun* 21 11 T15 158 337,157 151
United States Kris Blanks 1 0 Cut n/a 0 n/a
United States Billy Horschel 25 21 Win 13 3,501,703 16
United States Richard H. Lee 24 17 T9 89 920,836 96
United States Erik Compton 24 13 T4 122 651,660 99
Canada Brad Fritsch* 24 18 T9 142 452,184 129
South Korea Jin Park 20 5 T20 195 136,457 189
Argentina Fabián Gómez 23 10 T2 128 586,942 133
United States Jeff Gove 17 4 T40 215 53,401 208
United States Michael Letzig 17 4 T47 220 45,626 219
Australia Steven Bowditch 22 11 T2 118 697,775 124
Australia Matt Jones 24 18 T2 48 1,724,707 32
Sweden Robert Karlsson 18 9 T4 143 444,238 156
United States Eric Meierdierks* 19 4 T35 212 58,029 207
United States Scott Langley* 27 12 T3 127 590,684 122
United States Aaron Watkins 19 3 T8 179 217,495 187
United States Derek Ernst* 21 7 Win 66 1,330,856 93
United States Tag Ridings 24 10 T9 147 428,922 142
South Korea Kim Si-woo* 8 0 Cut n/a 0 n/a
Sweden Henrik Norlander* 22 13 T15 151 401,958 159
United States Patrick Reed 26 16 Win 35 1,961,519 54
United States Bobby Gates 20 4 T4 159 320,248 179
United States Donald Constable* 16 0 Cut n/a 0 n/a
United States Chez Reavie 22 14 T11 126 590,925 118
  • *PGA Tour rookie in 2013
  • First-time PGA Tour member in 2013, but ineligible for rookie status due to having played eight or more Tour events in a previous season
  • T = Tied
  •      Retained his PGA Tour card for 2014: won or finished in the top 125 of the money list or FedEx Cup points list.
  •      Retained PGA Tour conditional status and qualified for the Web.com Tour Finals: finished between 126–150 on FedEx Cup list and qualified for Web.com Tour Finals.
  •      Failed to retain his PGA Tour card for 2014 but qualified for the Web.com Tour Finals: finished between 150–200 on FedEx Cup list.
  •      Failed to retain his PGA Tour card for 2014 and to qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals: finished outside the top 200 on FedEx Cup list.

Brad Fritsch and Bobby Gates regained their cards for 2014 through the Web.com Tour Finals.

Winners on the PGA Tour in 2013[edit]

No. Date Winner Tournament Runner-up Winning score Margin of victory
1 Apr 28 United States Billy Horschel Zurich Classic of New Orleans United States D. A. Points –20 (67-71-66-64=268) 1 stroke
2 May 5 United States Derek Ernst Wells Fargo Championship England David Lynn –8 (67-71-72-70=280) Playoff, 1st hole
3 Aug 18 United States Patrick Reed Wyndham Championship United States Jordan Spieth –14 (65-64-71-66=266) Playoff, 2nd hole

Runners-up on the PGA Tour in 2013[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 Mar 10 Argentina Fabián Gómez Puerto Rico Open United States Scott Brown −20 (68-63-67-70=268) −19 (69-64-65-71=269)
2 Jul 7 Australia Steven Bowditch Greenbrier Classic Sweden Jonas Blixt −13 (66-67-67-67=267) −11 (65-67-69-68=269)
3 Australia Matt Jones −11 (69-66-66-68=269)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wacker, Brian (December 4, 2012). "Q-School: Meet the 2012 graduating class". PGA Tour. Retrieved December 4, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Final stage scoreboard". PGA Tour. Archived from the original on December 12, 2012. Retrieved December 4, 2012.