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The Reshuffle List: The Other Route to PGA Status

Jeremy Schilling

Jeremy Schilling

Schilling covers golf for RotoWire, focusing on young and up-and-coming players. He was a finalist for the FSWA's Golf Writer of the Year award. He also contributes to PGA Magazine and hosts the popular podcast "Teeing It Up" on BlogTalkRadio.

While most golf fans tend to ask "Who is the next Jordan Spieth?" in the context of who is the next great American golf star, it can also apply in a different context as well. In 2013, Spieth went from being a non-member with no status to a PGA Tour winner and an exempt player through the 2015-16 season.

While that fate is not common, going from a non-member to having your PGA Tour card for the following season is a lot more feasible and realistic. As a result, from time to time during the season, we'll check on these non-members and see how they're doing in their quest to secure tour status.

This all happens in three steps:

1. Non-members get into PGA Tour or PGA Tour co-sanctioned events (like majors or the ...

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