Without a reshuffle in July, we will spotlight some of the players not
on the Reshuffle List
who are nonetheless in danger of losing their PGA Tour cards. Remember, the Top 125 on the season-ending money list keep their Tour cards.
As an aside, the PGA Tour announced last week that effective immediately the Nationwide Tour (golf's equivalent of Triple-A) is now known as the Web.com Tour in a new, 10-year sponsorship.
(Players listed in order of money list position.)
J.J. Henry, No. 104, $583,325:
Henry, who's lone PGA Tour victory was in 2006, has had a decent year so far with a third at the Byron Nelson Championship and a T9 at ... You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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