Sung-hoon Kang, Seung-yeol Noh, and Jeong-woo Ham will compete in the final stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying School.With a spot on the PGA Tour for the 2024 season at stake, the tournament will take place over four days starting Thursday (Sept. 14) at Sawgrass Country Club (par 70, 7,054 yards) and TPC Sawgrass Dunes Valley (par 70, 6,850 yards) in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA.The 168-man field will play two rounds on both courses and there will be no cut.This is the first time in 11 years since 2012 that the PGA Tour has offered a direct entry into the Qualifying School, with the top finishers on the second-tier Confederation Tour advancing to the PGA Tour.However, the door to the PGA Tour through the Qualifying School remains narrow.

Only the top five (including ties) out of 168 players will qualify for the PGA Tour for the 2024 season.Next, the top 40 players will be eligible for the 2024 season on the secondary tour, the Confederation Tour.Of those 40, the top 25 players are guaranteed 12 spots, while the rest earn eight spots.The next 20 players will receive a conditional seeding on the Confederation Tour and a spot on the PGA Tour of America, the third-tier tour.The South Koreans include Sung-hoon Kang, Seung-yeol Noh, and Jeong-woo Ham.Kang won the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2019 and Noh won the Zurich Classic in 2014, but he hasn’t had much success lately and is looking to make a comeback on the PGA Tour through the Qualifying School.Ham Jeong-woo is knocking on the door of the PGA Tour as the winner of this year’s Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Grand Prize.Wesley Bryan, Bryce Garnett, Austin Cook, and Adam Long (USA), all former PGA Tour winners, are also in the field.Keita Nakajima (JPN), the money winner of the 2023 season on the Japan Professional Golf Tour 카지노사이트 (JGTO), will also make his U.S. debut at the event.

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