Nine Players Who Lost Their PGA TOUR Card In 2022 And 125 Who Didn’t
Here are a few relatively well-known players who lost their PGA TOUR cards in 2022 , finishing outside the Top 125 after the Wyndham Championship.
- Danny Willett – The 2016 Masters Champion finished 130. The Masters remains his only PGA TOUR sanctioned victory. He has made $6,304,835 in total money in his career.
- Zach Johnson – the Ryder Cup Captain and sure-to-be-Hall-of-Famer finished 140th. He will still play, however, thanks to an exemption for being a top 20 all-time money winner. Johnson has earned $47,748,994 in his career.
- Luke Donald – Europe’s new Ryder Cup Captain finished 159. Unless he gets sponsors exemptions, he is unlikely to appear next season, as he has used his money winner exemptions. Donald’s career earnings are $37,206,401.
- Rory Sabbatini – The South African finished 141. Interestingly, he won a Silver Olympic medal in 2020 as a Slovakian. Along the way, he has earned $35,970,032.
- Charley Hoffman – This longtime PGA TOUR stalwart finished 150th, but has a money winner exemption in his back pocket, thanks to $32,484,698 in total money.
- Bill Haas – The son of Jay Haas and the 2011 Tour Championship winner finished 154. He is out of money winner exemptions, but has earned $30,840,847.
- Jimmy Walker – Walker won the 2016 PGA Championship, but his exemption for that has expired. He finished 190 in FedEx Cup points in 2022. His total money is $26,589,737.
- Harry Higgs – Higgs was a social media star for a hot minute for his shirt-lifting antics at the Waste Management, but finished 136th.
- Brandt Snedeker – the popular nine-time winner finished 171. He has earned $40,521,339 in his career.
Below are the top 125, per the PGA TOUR.
|47||Si Woo Kim|
|57||Harold Varner III|