Welcome to the Reshuffle List. This twice-monthly column will look at how some of the PGA Tour's youngest players (and occasionally some old veterans) are doing in their fight to maintain their PGA Tour cards.
A "Reshuffle List" primer before we begin:
Twenty-five golfers earn PGA Tour cards every year through qualifying school (Q-school), while another 25 get them through the developmental Nationwide Tour (golf's version of Triple-A).
Those golfers - minus the Nationwide Tour's leading money winner, who is exempted (J.J. Killeen in 2011) - are listed in order of finish alternating between the Nationwide Tour money list and Q-school on what is called the "Reshuffle List."
The Reshuffle List sets the priority for which of these 49 golfers play in PGA Tour events.
The list derives its name from the fact that five times during the season (roughly eight weeks apart), the list "reshuffles," according to golfers' result You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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