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PGA TOUR University Accelerated


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    Through PGA TOUR University Accelerated, a high-achieving junior, sophomore or freshman can earn PGA TOUR membership and become eligible for all open, full-field TOUR events. Players earn points based on their accomplishments in college, amateur and professional golf, and they will earn PGA TOUR membership if they amass at least 20 points by the end of their third year of NCAA eligibility.

    Accelerated Points can be earned through the following achievements:

    Win a major college golf award3 points - Haskins Award
    3 points - Hogan Award
    3 points - D-I Nicklaus Award
    2 points - D-I Outstanding Freshman Award
    Career-best rank in WAGR5 points - No. 1
    4 points - No. 2
    3 points - No. 3
    2 points - No. 4
    1 point - No. 5
    Tournament wins3 points - D-I NCAA Individual
    3 points - U.S. Amateur
    3 points - The Amateur
    2 points - Western Amateur
    2 points - European Amateur
    2 points - Latin America Amateur
    2 points - Asia-Pacific Amateur
    2 points - African Amateur
    Participate in a national team competition2 points - Walker Cup
    1 point - Palmer Cup
    1 point - World Amateur Team Championships
    Performance in official PGA TOUR events and Major Championships1 point - Made cut in an official PGA TOUR event
    1 point - Top-10 finish in an official PGA TOUR event
    1 point - Compete in a Major Championship
    1 point - Made cut in a Major Championship
    2 points - Top-20 finish in a Major Championship

    Examples:

    • 13th in a Major Championship = Compete (1) + Made cut (1) + Top-20 (2) = 4 points
    • 7th in an official PGA TOUR event = Made cut (1) + Top-10 (1) = 2 points


    CURRENT POINTS

    As of Feb. 2, 2023

    20 points – Gordon Sargent, Vanderbilt (Class of 2025)

    #TOURBound: Gordon Sargent earns PGA TOUR membership via PGA TOUR University Accelerated

    Following the conclusion of stroke play at the 2024 NCAA D-I National Championship (May 24-27), Sargent will become eligible to accept PGA TOUR membership upon turning professional. If he turns pro after the conclusion of his junior season, Sargent would be eligible for open, full-field events for the remainder of the 2024 season, including the FedExCup Fall, and he also would be a PGA TOUR member for the 2025 season (subject to reshuffles).

    • 5 = Best WAGR rank: 1st
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 2 = Walker Cup (2023)
    • 1 = PGA TOUR made cut (2023 John Deere Classic)
    • 1 = Major made cut (2023 U.S. Open)
    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)
    • 1 = Major start (2023 Masters)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2022)
    • 3 = Tournament win (2022 D-I NCAA individual)
    • 2 = D-I Outstanding Freshman Award (2022)

    7 points – Aaron Jarvis, SMU (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)
    • 1 = Major start (2022 Open Championship)
    • 1 = Major made cut (2022 Open Championship)
    • 1 = Major start (2022 Masters)
    • 2 = Tournament win (2022 Latin America Amateur)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2018)

    7 points – Ben James, Virginia (Class of 2026)

    • 2 = Best WAGR rank: 4th
    • 2 = Walker Cup (2023)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)
    • 2 = D-I Outstanding Freshman Award (2023)

    7 points – David Ford, North Carolina (Class of 2025)

    • 3 = Best WAGR rank: 3rd
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 2 = Walker Cup (2023)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)

    7 points – Jose Ballester, Arizona State (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = Major start (2023 Open Championship)
    • 2 = Tournament win (2023 European Amateur)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2022)

    5 points – Preston Summerhays, Arizona State (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)
    • 2 = Walker Cup (2023)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)
    • 1 = Major start (2020 U.S. Open)

    4 points – Calum Scott, Texas Tech (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 2 = Walker Cup (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    3 points – Christiaan Maas, Texas (Class of 2026)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = Palmer Cup (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    3 points – Wenyi Ding, Arizona State (Class of 2027)

    • 1 = Best WAGR rank: 5th
    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 points – Filip Jakubcik, Arizona (Class of 2026)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 points – Michael Mjaaseth, Arizona State (Class of 2026)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 points – Hiroshi Tai, Georgia Tech (Class of 2026)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 points – Christoph Bleier, Colorado State (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 point – Omar Morales, UCLA (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)

    2 points – Benjamin Reuter, Georgia Tech (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2023)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    2 points – Alex Yang, Stanford (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)
    • 1 = World Amateur Team Championships (2022)

    1 point – Brendan Valdes, Auburn (Class of 2025)

    • 1 = Major start (2023 U.S. Open)

    Participants in the 2022 World Amateur Team Championships (1 point)

    • Miguel Leal, Florida (Class of 2026)
    • Virgilio Paz, New Mexico (Class of 2026)
    • Lukas Roessler, Florida Gulf Coast (Class of 2026)
    • Clemente Silva, VCU (Class of 2026)
    • James Skeet, South Alabama (Class of 2026)
    • Markus Varjun, Middle Tennessee (Class of 2026)
    • Raghav Chugh, Rice (Class of 2025)
    • Guilherme Grinberg, Florida Atlantic (Class of 2025)
    • Justin Hastings, San Diego State (Class of 2025)
    • Martin Leon, Utah (Class of 2025)
    • Julio Rios-Brache, Houston (Class of 2025)
    • Diego Saavedra-Davila, Harvard (Class of 2025)
    • Laurenz Schiergen, Kansas State (Class of 2025)

    Participants in the 2023 World Amateur Team Championships (1 point)

    • Chi Chun Chen, Houston (Class of 2027)
    • Marc Keller, Central Florida (Class of 2027)
    • Gabriel Palacios, Utah (Class of 2027)
    • Tyler Weaver, Florida State (Class of 2027)
    • Tim Wiedemeyer, Texas Tech (Class of 2027)
    • Paul Beauvy, Iowa State (Class of 2026)
    • Jack Bigham, Florida State (Class of 2026)
    • Riccardo Fantinelli, Princeton (Class of 2026)
    • Daniel Svärd, Northwestern (Class of 2026)
    • Tiger Christensen, Arizona (Class of 2025)
    • Ashton McCulloch, Michigan State (Class of 2025)

    Historical Players

    15 points – Nick Dunlap, Alabama (Class of 2026)

    • Accepted PGA TOUR Membership after winning The American Express in 2024 as an amateur
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