Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour

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The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour is a developmental professional golf tour headquartered in Jupiter, Florida that runs tournaments year-round in south Florida.

The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour runs a 46-week, year round event schedule with a combination of one-day, two-day, and three-day tournament formats, aimed at giving players the training and opportunity necessary to advance to the next level in professional golf.

Since the tour was founded in 2004, players who have graduated to, and won on the second tier Nationwide Tour, include Brad Adamonis, Tom Gillis, Marc Turnesa, Nate Smith, and Justin Hicks. All five of those players then advanced to the PGA Tour.

Q-School contests[edit]

The FuZion Minor League Golf Tour Q-School contests give players the opportunity to earn PGA, Nationwide, or Champions Tour status by winning events that create a similar atmosphere to Q-School. In April 2009 the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour started a trend in developmental golf by offering to pay the entry to PGA Tour Qualifying School to the leading money winner of a series of events. Brett Bergeron and Justin Peters won the 2009 contests, with Peters going on to earn conditional Nationwide Tour status for 2010. Justin Peters has a tour record 28 victories. The contest winners for 2010 included golf instructor Jim McLean's son Jon McLean, Steve LeBrun, Dustin Cone, Brian Anderson, and Sunny Kim.[1]

The Fuzion Golf Battlefield Bonus[edit]

The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour is designed to give the best players the opportunity to advance to the next level in professional golf. If a player wins three times in a 14-day period, Fuzion Golf will give that player $1,000 towards an upcoming Nationwide Tour Monday qualifier entry and travel expenses.


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