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    • FANTASY

      2015-16 PGA TOUR Medical Extensions

    In order of priority rankings.

    • In the only start on a Minor Medical Extension, Andres Romero shared 20th place at the Sanderson Farms Championship and failed to fulfill his terms by 120.139 FedExCup points and $83,858. He also fell short of qualifying for conditional status by 22.912 FedExCup points. As a result, he has lost fully exempt status.

    • Freddie Jacobson met the terms of his Major Medical Extension at The RSM Classic (with six starts to spare). He has retained status and will play out of Priority Ranking No. 22 for the remainder of the season.

    • Chez Reavie exhausted his Major Medical Extension at the Sony Open in Hawaii and came up short of meeting its terms by 40.267 FedExCup points or $224,951. Therefore, as the money leader of the 2015 Web.com Tour Finals, he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 23 for the remainder of the season.

    • In the last start on his Major Medical Extension, Blake Adams missed the cut at the CareerBuilder Challenge and failed to fulfill his terms by 192.327 FedExCup points and $326,341. He also fell short of qualifying for conditional status by 101.780 FedExCup points. As a result, he no longer has status on the PGA TOUR.

    • In the last start on his Minor Medical Extension, Tom Gillis missed the cut at The Honda Classic and failed to fulfill his terms by 65.950 FedExCup points and $94,616. Because he had already qualified for conditional status, he will play out of Priority Ranking No. 30 for the remainder of the season.

    • In the last start on his Major Medical Extension, Mike Weir missed the cut at the Shell Houston Open and failed to fulfill his terms by 410.000 FedExCup points and $669,670. He now plays off a Minor Medical Extension.

    & - By competing in the Tshwane Open on Feb. 11-14 instead of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am where he was eligible on merit, Richard Sterne exhausted one start on his medical.

    % - If a golfer eligible on merit for a PGA TOUR event elects to play on PGA TOUR Champions the same week, he will be charged one start against his medical.

    * - In the field at the Wells Fargo Championship as of May 1.

    Golfer Category #
    played
    FedExCup points
    earned
    $ earned #
    remaining
    FedExCup points
    remaining
    $
    remaining
    Last start
    *Stuart Appleby MAJOR 12 230.500 $344,669 8 127.180 $258,833 May 2016
    *Brian Gay MAJOR 8 49.000 $57,419 19 409.000 $685,051 May 2016
    %Bob Estes MAJOR 1 0 $0 23 365.500 $556,345 November 2015
    Ted Potter, Jr. MAJOR 0 0 $0 2 126.917 $326,004 July 2014
    Chris Couch MAJOR 0 - $0 4 - $311,662 August 2012
    Troy Kelly MAJOR 0 0 $0 3 304.337 $495,586 August 2015
    Briny Baird MAJOR 0 0 $0 9 72.240 $96,029 May 2014
    *Justin Hicks MAJOR 9 20.360 $39,543 5 397.140 $660,756 May 2016
    Harrison Frazar MAJOR 0 0 $0 3 320.207 $510,686 July 2015
    *Bud Cauley Reshuffle 5 99.500 $154,017 12 358.500 $588,453 February 2016
    Kris Blanks Reshuffle 0 0 $0 9 349.837 $578,156 June 2014
    Will Claxton Reshuffle 0 0 $0 12 385.660 $655,459 February 2014
    Bobby Gates Reshuffle 0 0 $0 5 437.210 $701,426 June 2014
    Jarrod Lyle Reshuffle 7 - $8,569 3 - $209,111 March 2016
    Lee Williams Reshuffle 0 0 $0 6 364.250 $646,270 June 2014
    %Neal Lancaster Reshuffle 0 - $0 2 - $727,814 August 2014
    David Berganio, Jr. Reshuffle 0 - $0 7 - $547,166 July 2009
    Patrick Cantlay Reshuffle 0 0 $0 10 389.150 $624,746 November 2014
    Joe Affrunti Reshuffle 2 - $64,909 2 - $503,325 May 2016
    Mike Weir MINOR 7 0 $0 1 410.000 $669,670 May 2016
    &Richard Sterne MINOR 1 0 $0 2 429.000 $714,780 July 2015
    Richard H. Lee Non-exempt 6 0 $0 5 458.000 $742,470 May 2016
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