How To Qualify For The Masters

I didn’t get an invitation to play in the Masters this year. I don’t expect to get one next year, either. But if there’s a Member of Augusta out there who’d like to invite me to play the course at any other time, I’m there. Just name the time.

Here’s how you qualify for the Masters:

  • Masters Tournament Champions (Lifetime)

  • U.S. Open Champions (Honorary, non-competing after five years)

  • The Open Champions (Honorary, non-competing after five years)

  • PGA Champions (Honorary, non-competing after five years)

  • Winners of the Players Championship (Three years)

  • Current U.S. Amateur Champion (6-A) (Honorary, non-competing after one year); Runner-up (6-B) to the current U.S. Amateur Champion

  • Current British Amateur Champion (Honorary, non-competing after one year)

  • Current Asian Amateur Champion

  • Current U.S. Amateur Public Links Champion

  • Current U.S. Mid-Amateur Champion

  • The first 16 players, including ties, in the previous year’s Masters Tournament

  • The first 8 players, including ties, in the previous year’s U.S. Open

  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s Open Championship

  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s PGA Championship

  • The 30 leaders on the Final Official PGA Tour Money List for the previous calendar year

  • Winners of PGA Tour Regular Season and Playoff events that award at least a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from previous Masters to current Masters

  • Those qualifying for the previous year’s season-ending Tour Championship

  • The 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year

  • The 50 leaders on the Official World Golf Ranking published during the week prior to the current Masters Tournament

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