2016 Web.com Tour Finals graduates

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This is a list of golfers who graduated from the Web.com Tour Finals in 2016. The top 25 players on the Web.com Tour's regular season money list in 2016 earned PGA Tour cards for 2017.[1] The Finals determined the other 25 players to earn their PGA Tour cards and their priority order. Due to the cancellation of the Web.com Tour Championship because of Hurricane Matthew, the Finals consisted of only three events.

As in previous seasons, the Finals featured the top 75 players on the Web.com Tour regular season money list, players ranked 126–200 on the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup regular season points list (except players exempt through other means), non-members of the PGA Tour with enough FedExCup regular season points to place 126–200, and special medical exemptions.

To determine the initial 2017 PGA Tour priority rank, the top 25 Web.com Tour regular season players were alternated with the top 25 Web.com Tour Finals players. This priority order was then reshuffled several times during the 2017 season.

Wesley Bryan and Grayson Murray were fully exempt for the 2016–17 PGA Tour season after leading the full-season and Finals money lists, respectively.

2016 Web.com Tour[edit]

Player 2016 Web.com Tour
regular season
2016
FedEx
Cup
2016 Web.com Tour Finals The 25
Regular + Finals
Priority
rank
Rank Earnings
($)
Rank Without
The 25
Earnings
($)
Best
finish
Rank Earnings
($)
United States Wesley Bryan*# 1 449,392 196 n/a 0 CUT 1 449,392 Exempt
United States Grayson Murray* 18 159,963 1 248,000 Win 2 407,963 Exempt
United States Michael Thompson 145 2 1 184,000 Win 1
United States J. J. Spaun* 3 350,832 T57 12,600 T18 3 363,432 2
United States Bryson DeChambeau 3 2 180,000 Win 3
United States Richy Werenski* 2 351,770 T99 3,050 T46 4 354,820 4
Australia Cameron Smith 157 4 3 114,910 2 5
United States Martin Flores 5 281,403 12 64,910 T3 5 346,313 6
Argentina Miguel Ángel Carballo 106 37,537 187 5 4 108,000 2 7
United States Ryan Brehm* 4 281,809 85 5,620 T50 6 287,428 8
United States Andres Gonzales 154 6 5 106,267 T2 9
United States Ollie Schniederjans* 6 279,127 110 2,560 T61 7 281,687 10
United States Scott Stallings 128 9 6 75,505 T5 11
United States Nicholas Lindheim* 21 158,654 7 83,093 T2 8 241,746 12
United States Zack Sucher 38 130,333 10 7 71,018 5 13
Argentina Julián Etulain* 20 158,860 8 77,617 T2 9 236,477 14
United States Will MacKenzie 151 11 8 67,500 T5 15
United States Trey Mullinax* 8 212,016 38 23,352 T13 10 235,368 16
United States Kevin Tway 27 148,746 13 9 63,975 T3 17
Taiwan Pan Cheng-tsung* 11 204,075 27 29,875 T9 11 233,950 18
England Andrew Johnston* 14 10 54,910 4 19
Republic of Ireland Séamus Power* 9 209,590 T52 14,500 T16 12 224,090 20
Australia Rod Pampling 195 15 11 52,033 T10 21
United States Dominic Bozzelli* 7 214,307 T94 4,410 T38 13 218,717 22
Spain Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño 64 74,103 16 12 49,926 T9 23
United States J. T. Poston* 10 205,597 66 10,385 T31 14 215,982 24
United States Ryan Blaum* 33 137,131 17 13 49,100 T5 25
Canada Mackenzie Hughes* 17 167,369 20 42,070 T5 15 209,439 26
New Zealand Steven Alker 67 72,036 18 14 43,600 8 27
United States Jonathan Randolph 13 195,248 T57 12,600 T18 16 207,848 28
United States Xander Schauffele* 26 149,292 19 15 42,395 T9 29
United States Ryan Armour 12 200,629 n/a 0 CUT 17 200,629 30
Australia Brett Drewitt* 55 86,866 21 16 42,035 T5 31
Canada Brad Fritsch 14 194,857 n/a 0 CUT 18 194,857 32
United States D. A. Points 198 2,188 184 22 17 37,950 T6 33
United States Brian Campbell* 15 180,324 T87 5,475 T33 19 185,799 34
South Korea Kim Meen-whee 127 23 18 36,975 T9 35
United States Rick Lamb* 24 154,368 30 28,286 T10 20 182,654 36
United States Kelly Kraft 162 10,500 165 T24 T19 35,125 T5 37
United States Cody Gribble* 53 89,326 T24 T19 35,125 T5 38
United States Brandon Hagy 19 158,966 T44 19,000 T12 21 177,966 39
United States Max Homa 23 155,653 T44 19,000 T12 22 174,653 40
South Africa Rory Sabbatini 191 26 21 32,375 T6 41
United States Mark Anderson 16 169,499 T107 2,610 T59 23 172,109 42
United States Bobby Wyatt* 28 22 29,603 T12 43
Colombia Sebastián Muñoz* 22 156,671 n/a 0 CUT 24 156,671 44
United States Tag Ridings 52 91,417 29 23 28,493 T12 45
United States Joel Dahmen* 25 150,267 n/a 0 DNP 25 150,267 46
Australia Cameron Percy 121 28,600 168 31 24 27,560 T10 47
New Zealand Tim Wilkinson 132 32 25 27,425 T12 48
  • *PGA Tour rookie in 2017
  • First-time PGA Tour member in 2017, but ineligible for rookie status due to having played eight or more Tour events in a previous season
  • #Received a three-win promotion to the PGA Tour during 2016 season
  •      Earned spot in Finals through PGA Tour.
  •      Earned spot in Finals through FedEx Cup points earned as a PGA Tour non-member.
  •      Indicates whether the player earned his card through the regular season or through the Finals.

Results on 2016–17 PGA Tour[edit]

Player Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Money list
rank
Earnings ($) FedEx Cup
rank
United States Wesley Bryan* 28 19 Win 38 2,495,751 41
United States Grayson Murray* 30 18 Win 75 1,468,728 66
United States Michael Thompson 21 9 T10 150 568,991 148
United States J. J. Spaun* 29 18 T4 96 1,122,611 97
United States Bryson DeChambeau 31 14 Win 58 1,817,054 49
United States Richy Werenski* 26 16 T2 111 890,262 106
Australia Cameron Smith 26 16 Win 44 2,123,216 46
United States Martin Flores 27 18 T7 119 830,057 103
Argentina Miguel Ángel Carballo 22 9 T14 198 186,623 201
United States Ryan Brehm* 25 17 T18 166 396,258 164
United States Andres Gonzales 24 13 T10 161 422,078 158
United States Ollie Schniederjans* 28 19 2 52 1,935,669 60
United States Scott Stallings 27 14 T3 106 955,337 101
United States Nicholas Lindheim* 21 9 T23 201 175,107 197
United States Zack Sucher 14 3 T42 226 35,135 227
Argentina Julián Etulain* 22 13 T5 159 448,214 161
United States Will MacKenzie 16 8 T14 183 272,288 183
United States Trey Mullinax* 28 16 T9 131 758,141 137
United States Kevin Tway 27 21 3/T3 74 1,472,613 69
Taiwan Pan Cheng-tsung* 29 14 T2 87 1,267,649 88
England Andrew Johnston* 13 8 T10 179 293,233 189
Republic of Ireland Séamus Power* 25 19 T10 143 646,180 130
Australia Rod Pampling 22 13 Win 73 1,539,422 74
United States Dominic Bozzelli* 24 10 T3 113 868,519 119
Spain Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño 22 10 T13 186 258,162 188
United States J. T. Poston* 28 20 T10 142 662,565 132
United States Ryan Blaum* 29 22 T6 104 962,768 107
Canada Mackenzie Hughes* 31 22 Win 41 2,355,553 36
New Zealand Steven Alker 23 12 T25 191 218,681 186
United States Jonathan Randolph 22 13 T8 154 511,032 160
United States Xander Schauffele* 28 20 Winx2 12 4,312,674 3
United States Ryan Armour 20 11 T4 160 443,006 159
Australia Brett Drewitt* 19 9 T27 199 184,388 196
Canada Brad Fritsch 18 10 T29 203 166,440 204
United States D. A. Points 22 12 Win 110 893,700 104
United States Brian Campbell* 20 7 T12 188 237,537 180
South Korea Kim Meen-whee 27 11 T2 95 1,125,368 89
United States Rick Lamb* 19 8 T3 153 524,372 150
United States Kelly Kraft 27 12 2 66 1,638,045 72
United States Cody Gribble* 28 11 Win 85 1,305,554 87
United States Brandon Hagy 26 17 T5 116 861,227 113
United States Max Homa 17 2 71 235 18,008 244
South Africa Rory Sabbatini 23 13 T4 133 741,617 124
United States Mark Anderson 20 6 T10 197 188,806 194
United States Bobby Wyatt* 20 4 T57 227 33,139 230
Colombia Sebastián Muñoz* 17 8 T3 151 563,900 153
United States Tag Ridings 20 15 T3 156 489,927 155
United States Joel Dahmen* 16 7 T9 171 344,824 176
Australia Cameron Percy 23 14 T10 145 623,694 144
New Zealand Tim Wilkinson 22 11 T14x2 164 411,459 156
  • *PGA Tour rookie in 2017
  • First-time PGA Tour member in 2017, but ineligible for rookie status due to having played eight or more Tour events in a previous season
  •      Retained his PGA Tour card for 2018: won or finished in the top 125 of the 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 2018 but qualified for the Web.com Tour Finals: finished between 150–200 on FedEx Cup list.
  •      Failed to retain his PGA Tour card for 2018 and to qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals: finished outside the top 200 on FedEx Cup list.

Nicholas Lindheim, Séamus Power, Jonathan Randolph, Ryan Armour, and Joel Dahmen regained their cards through the 2017 Web.com Tour Finals.

Winners on the PGA Tour in 2017[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winning score Margin of victory Runners-up Payout ($)
1 Oct 30, 2016 United States Cody Gribble Sanderson Farms Championship −20 (73-63-67-65=268) 4 strokes United States Chris Kirk
United States Luke List
England Greg Owen
756,000
2 Nov 6, 2016 Australia Rod Pampling Shriners Hospitals for Children Open −20 (60-68-71-65=264) 2 strokes United States Brooks Koepka 1,188,000
3 Nov 21, 2016 Canada Mackenzie Hughes RSM Classic −17 (61-67-68-69=265) Playoff United States Blayne Barber
United States Billy Horschel
Sweden Henrik Norlander
Colombia Camilo Villegas
1,080,000
4 Mar 26 United States D. A. Points Puerto Rico Open −20 (64-69-69-66=268) 2 strokes United States Bryson DeChambeau
South Africa Retief Goosen
United States Bill Lunde
540,000
5 Apr 16 United States Wesley Bryan RBC Heritage −13 (69-67-68-67=271) 1 stroke England Luke Donald 1,170,000
6 May 1 Australia Cameron Smith
with Sweden Jonas Blixt
Zurich Classic of New Orleans −27 (67-62-68-64=261) Playoff United States Scott Brown &
United States Kevin Kisner
1,022,400
7 Jul 9 United States Xander Schauffele Greenbrier Classic −14 (64-69-66-67=266) 1 stroke United States Robert Streb 1,278,000
8 Jul 16 United States Bryson DeChambeau John Deere Classic −18 (66-65-70-65=266) 1 stroke United States Patrick Rodgers 1,008,000
9 Jul 23 United States Grayson Murray Barbasol Championship −21 (67-64-64-68=263) 1 stroke United States Chad Collins 630,000
10 Sep 24 United States Xander Schauffele (2) Tour Championship −12 (69-66-65-68=268) 1 stroke United States Justin Thomas 1,575,000

Runners-up on the PGA Tour in 2017[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score Payout ($)
1 Jan 29 Taiwan Pan Cheng-tsung Farmers Insurance Open Spain Jon Rahm −13 (72-69-69-65=275) −10 (70-69-69-70=278) 589,600
2 Feb 12 United States Kelly Kraft AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am United States Jordan Spieth −19 (68-65-65-70=268) −15 (69-70-66-67=272) 777,600
3 Mar 26 United States Bryson DeChambeau Puerto Rico Open United States D. A. Points −20 (64-69-69-66=268) −18 (68-65-70-67=270) 224,000
4 Jun 11 South Korea Kim Meen-whee FedEx St. Jude Classic United States Daniel Berger −10 (70-68-66-66=270) −9 (69-66-69-67=271) 563,200
5 Aug 6 United States Richy Werenski
Lost in three-man playoff
Barracuda Championship United States Chris Stroud 44 points (9-3-12-20) 44 points (11-15-4-14) 290,400
6 Aug 20 United States Ollie Schniederjans Wyndham Championship Sweden Henrik Stenson −22 (62-66-66-64=258) −21 (66-63-66-64=259) 626,400

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Web.com Tour regular season money list". PGA Tour. Retrieved August 22, 2016.

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