Nationwide Tour’s PGA Qualifiers

The Nationwide Tour has concluded the 2011 season, and the twenty five players who topped the money list are on their way to the PGA Tour. Most interesting to me is that two-time heart transplant patient Erik Compton made the list.

Compton received his first heart at age 12, and took up golf as a fitness program. He received another sixteen years later.

This should be the feel good story of next year on the Tour. If I were a PGA tour publicist, I would be all over this one.

The complete list of Nationwide qualifiers follows:

#PlayerMoney
1J.J. Killeen$414,273
2Ted Potter, Jr.$402,470
3Mathew Goggin$378,492
4Jason Kokrak$338,092
5Jonas Blixt$327,020
6Danny Lee$326,100
7Ken Duke$313,241
8Scott Brown$282,502
9Gary Christian$260,054
10Miguel Angel Carballo$258,833
11Troy Kelly$248,064
12Russell Knox$242,821
13Erik Compton$239,737
14John Mallinger$237,779
15Kyle Thompson$233,949
16Kyle Reifers$233,677
17Gavin Coles$229,991
18Matt Every$229,066
19Daniel Chopra$225,637
20Steve Wheatcroft$225,054
21Garth Mulroy$201,732
22Mark Anderson$188,550
23Roberto Castro$186,563
24Martin Flores$182,612
25Billy Hurley III$180,191
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