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January 10, 2017
By PGATOUR Latinoamérica, PGATOUR.COM
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - Players who want to join PGA TOUR Latinoamérica to have the chance to vie for one of the five spots awarded annually for the Web.com Tour have the following options:
Every PGA TOUR Latinoamérica tournament has a qualifying event tournament at the start of week, where 10 spots come into play. For more information on how to sign up for these qualifications and about specific dates and locations, please contact the tournament.
The main sponsor of each event has the right to award invitations to players of their choosing based on their past or perceived future performance.
The four sites will be the Mission Inn Resort and Club in Howie-In-The-Hills, Florida (January 9-12), Estrella del Mar Golf & Beach Resort in Mazatlan, Mexico (January 16-19), Los Lagartos in Bogota, Colombia (January 23-26) and Pilará Golf Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina (January 30-February 2). Cost for each Qualifying Tournament site is US $2,000 per player.
At each of the Qualifying Tournament venues, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica will award membership to the top-35 finishers and those tied for 35th. The medalist at each site will be exempt for the entire 2018 season and not subject to the reshuffle, where players are ranked at various points during the season based on individual performances.
The next 10 finishers at each tournament site will receive exempt status for the first half of the 2018 season. They will be subject to the reshuffle for the second half of the season. The remaining 24 players and anyone tied for the last qualifying position, will receive conditional status and will be eligible for the reshuffle.
Is a series of local events that aims to recognize and grow emerging talent in each country. This set of tournaments played throughout the region creates opportunities for young talents across the continent.
The Dev Series Final event gives full PGA TOUR Latinoamérica status to its top-5 finishers. Those finishing 6th through 10th earn conditional status, granting access to all tournaments in the first half of the season. The next five finishers (11-15) also earn some status on tour.