Golf fans able to witness next swathe of talent

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PGA Tour cards are at stake for the first time in over a decade, with fans now offered the opportunity to attend the Final Stage of PGA Tour Q-School presented by Korn Ferry event to support future golf talent.

All four tournament rounds will take place at Dye’s Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass.

The event will take place from December 14-17, and fans can make a minimum donation of $5 (£4/€5) per ticket to one of three local charities, in order to secure a ticket. Fans aged 15 and under will be able to enter for free with a ticketed adult.

Money raised will be donated to First Tee – North Florida, Jacksonville Area Golf Association’s scholarship programme and Moore-Myers Children’s Fund.

The top five finishers and ties at Final Stage of 2023 PGA Tour Q-School presented by Korn Ferry will earn a PGA Tour membership for the 2024 season. The tournament will feature players that have advanced through various stages of the programme, including Pre-Qualifying, First Stage, Second Stage, as well as others that have automatically qualified by meeting criteria of at least one exemption category.

In addition to PGA Tour cards, the competition will also determine which athletes will appear on the 2024 Korn Ferry Tour. Further finishers and ties will earn exempt status for the Latin America Swing of the 2024 PGA Tour Americas season, while also earning conditional Korn Ferry Tour membership.

All remaining finishers at Final Stage will be offered a conditional Korn Ferry Tour membership and conditional PGA Tour Americas membership for next year.

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