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      2013-14 PGA TOUR Medical Extensions

    In order of priority rankings.

    Because of how fully exempt status is now determined, golfers with new medical extensions can fulfill their terms via FedExCup points or earnings.

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    • Briny Baird met the terms of his Major Medical Extension at The McGladrey Classic on Nov. 10 and was removed from this list. He will play out of Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.
    • Scott Verplank failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in four starts and was removed from this list. He's elected to use a career earnings exemption, so he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 10 for the remainder of the season.
    • John Daly failed to meet the terms of his Non-exempt Medical Extension in one start and was removed from this list. He also fell 223.50 FedExCup points short of securing conditional status, so he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 31 for the remainder of the season.
    • Kevin Na met the terms of his Major Medical Extension (with FedExCup points) at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Feb. 2. He will play out of Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.
    • Kris Blanks failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in three starts. He will now play out of the reshuffle category via another medical extension.
    • José Coceres failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in six starts and was removed from this list. He also fell short of securing conditional status by $225,909. As a result, he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 31 for the remainder of the season. He is a member of the Champions Tour.
    • Jonathan Byrd met the terms of his Major Medical Extension (with earnings) at the Valspar Championship on March 16. He will play out of Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.
    • Retief Goosen met the terms of his Major Medical Extension (with FedExCup points and earnings) at the Shell Houston Open on April 6. He will play out of Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.
    • Shawn Stefani met the terms of his Minor Medical Extension (with FedExCup points and earnings) at the Shell Houston Open on April 6. He has been promoted to Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.
    • J.B. Holmes met the terms of his Major Medical Extension (with earnings) at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. He then won the Wells Fargo Championship, so he'll play out of Priority Ranking No. 9 for the remainder of the season.
    • Tim Herron failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in eight starts and was removed from this list. However, he secured conditional status, so he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 29 for the remainder of the season.
    • John Mallinger failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in 13 starts and was removed from this list. He also fell short of securing conditional status by 60 FedExCup points. As a result, he has lost his PGA TOUR status.
    • Steve Marino failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in nine starts and was removed from this list. However, he secured conditional status, so he will play ouf of Priority Ranking No. 29 for the remainder of the season.
    • Paul Goydos failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension in 19 starts and was removed from this list. He also fell short of securing conditional status by $373,634. As a result, he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 31 for the remainder of the season. He is a member of the Champions Tour.
    • Jhonattan Vegas met the terms of his Major Medical Extension (with FedExCup points) at the John Deere Classic on July 13. He will play out of Priority Ranking No. 21 for the remainder of the season.

    ^ -- Scott McCarron is scheduled to make the final start on his medical at the RBC Canadian Open. Only a victory would fulfill its terms as a solo second would pay $615,600. To secure conditional status, he needs to earn $445,441, which would be achieved with no worse than a two-way T2 worth $501,600.
    % --  If a golfer eligible on merit for a PGA TOUR event elects to play the Champions Tour the same week, he will be charged one start against his medical.

    * -- In the field at the RBC Canadian Open as of July 20.

    Golfer Category # played FedExCup points earned $ earned # remaining FedExCup points remaining $ remaining Last Start
    Anthony Kim MAJOR 0 - $0 16 - $613,550 May 2012
    Arron Oberholser MAJOR 0 - $0 10 - $349,854 March 2013
    Joey Snyder III MAJOR 1 - $0 1 - $435,779 February 2014
    *Dudley Hart MAJOR 4 - $40,217 8 - $464,067 April 2014
    Blake Adams MAJOR 8 91.1 $98,439 16 277.9 $497,044 March 2014
    Spencer Levin MAJOR 20 246 $277,780 8 123 $317,703 July 2014
    Hank Kuehne MAJOR 0 - $0 1 - $561,833 May 2013
    Troy Kelly MAJOR 2 0 $0 12 354 $563,133 July 2014
    *^Scott McCarron MAJOR 10 - $22,794 1 - $618,656 July 2014
    Harrison Frazar MAJOR 15 36.75 $47,247 10 332.25 $548,236 July 2014
    Chris Couch MAJOR 0 - $0 4 - $311,662 August 2012
    %Scott Hoch MAJOR 0 0 $0 2 369 $595,483 July 2009
    Patrick Moore Web.com (3 wins) 1 - $0 3 - $452,636 October 2010
    Kris Blanks Reshuffle 8 19 $17,327 9 350 $578,156 June 2014
    Jarrod Lyle Reshuffle 0 - $0 20 - $283,825 February 2012
    %Neal Lancaster Reshuffle 1 - $0 7 - $727,814 July 2014
    David Berganio, Jr. Reshuffle 0 - $0 7 - $547,166 July 2009
    Joe Affrunti Reshuffle 0 - $0 8 - $599,714 April 2011
    Gary Christian Non-exempt 2 0 $0 1 317 $520,151 June 2014
                     
                     
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