Who is eligible to play in the Web.com Tour Finals?
- The top-75 money winners on the Web.com Tour money list at the conclusion of the Web.com Tour regular season.
- Players who finish 126-200 on the PGA TOUR's FedExCup points list at the conclusion of the PGA TOUR's regular season.
- Non-members who have earned enough FedExCup points based on their performance on the PGA TOUR to place them 126-200 on that points list.
What happens to the money list?
The money list is reset to $0 at the beginning of the Web.com Tour Finals.
How many Finals events are there?
There are four 72-hole stroke-play events, with a 36-hole cut coming at the Web.com Tour's standard 60 and ties.
Aug. 29-Sept. 1: Hotel Fitness Championship
Sept. 5-8: Chiquita Classic
Sept. 12-15: Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Sept. 26-29: Web.com Tour Championship
How much money does the winner of each event receive?
Each Finals event has a $1 million purse. The champion wins $180,000.
How big will the fields be?
The field size is projected to be approximately 144, depending on player overlap with other eligibility for the PGA TOUR.
Will I be able to watch the Web.com Tour Finals on TV?
Yes, all four events will be televised on Golf Channel in high definition. The Cox Classic presented by Lexus of Omaha, the Regular Season finale where 25 cards will be given out, will also be broadcast by Golf Channel.
How many 2013-2014 PGA TOUR cards will be awarded?
- A total of 50 PGA TOUR cards will be awarded.
- The 25 leading money winners on the Web.com Tour will be guaranteed cards at the end of the regular season.
- Another 25 cards will go to those players who earn the most cumulative money in the four Finals events.
What do the leading money winners get?
The Web.com Tour's leading money winner during the regular season and the player who earns the most money during the Web.com Tour Finals will be fully exempt, meaning each is guaranteed a spot in PGA TOUR events the following season (excluding invitationals). Both will earn invitations to THE PLAYERS.
If a player wins twice on the Web.com Tour during the Regular Season and then wins a Finals event, does that count for a three-win promotion?
Yes, a third win during the Finals would earn that player a promotion to the PGA TOUR with fully-exempt status for 2013/2014.
Is it possible for college players to qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals?
Amateurs cannot qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals. They do not earn money nor FedExCup points, therefore, they would not appear on the Web.com Tour Money List nor the Nonmember FedExCup Points List.
What happens to players who do not earn their PGA TOUR card via the Web.com Tour Finals?
There are various scenarios depending on a player’s status when they entered the finals.
The next 25 money earners on the Web.com Tour Finals money list, not counting those players who earned TOUR cards, will earn fully exempt Web.com Tour status for 2014.
The 25 who follow those players, again not counting those who earned TOUR cards, will be exempt into the Finals of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Those who finished Nos. 26-75 on the Web.com Tour Regular Season money list will be fully exempt on the Web.com Tour in 2014 (should they fail to earn a PGA TOUR card).
Players finishing Nos. 76-100 on the Web.com Tour Regular Season money list will have conditional status in 2014 on the Web.com Tour and be exempt into the second stage of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament. Additionally, everyone eligible for the Web.com Tour Finals will have conditional status in 2014, at a minimum.
Anyone finishing Nos. 101 to last position on the Web.com Tour Finals money list will be exempt into the second stage of Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament for the chance to improve their position should they need to improve their status.
For the PGA TOUR, Nos. 126-150 on the FedExCup points list through the Wyndham Championship will be placed in the Nos. 126-150 category which comes after the 50 players receiving their card via the Web.com Tour or the Web.com Tour Finals (consistent with how it has historically been).
For the Web.com Tour, players Nos. 126-150 on the PGA TOUR money list are fully exempt for the followingseason on the Web.com Tour
Non-members or Special Temporary Members finishing the equivalent of Nos. 126-150 on the PGA TOUR money will be exempt into the final stage of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Those finishing Nos. 151-200 on the FedExCup points list through the Wyndham Championship, will have no membership status on the PGA TOUR. On the Web.com Tour, they will be part of the PGA TOUR Extended FedExCup Points List Category. This category is subject to the first reshuffle.
Why are there different colors on the Leaderboard?
Colors are displayed on the Leaderboard to differentiate player rankings.
What do the different colors mean?
The player shown in gold with a number one is the winner of the Web.com Tour Regular Season. He has earned full exempt status on the PGA TOUR for the following year.
The player shown in green with a number one designates the Web.com Tour Finals leader/winner. He also earns full exempt status on the PGA TOUR for the following year.
Other players shown in green represent their rank in positions three through 50 in the Web.com Tour Finals. They earn a position on the PGA TOUR for the following year.
The players shown in red at positions 51 and below have status on the Web.com Tour for the following year.