These 30 Korn Ferry Tour players just punched their tickets to the PGA Tour

Korn Ferry Tour grads

Thirty players earned PGA Tour cards at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship.

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While the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs officially wrapped with the conclusion of the Tour Championship in August, the Korn Ferry Tour still had several tournaments left on the docket, leading up to the season’s grand finale, the Korn Ferry Tour Championship in Newburgh, Ind.

The tournament presented the final opportunity for players to earn their way onto the PGA Tour in 2024, as 30 cards were awarded to the players who finished among the Top 30 on the season-long Korn Ferry Tour points list.

Five players who were outside of the Top 30 at the start of the week played their way to a Tour card: Tournament winner Paul Barjon moved from No. 45 to No. 8 with his second win of the season, while Mac Meissner, Wilson Furr, Josh Teater and Roger Sloan made smaller moves that proved to be significant.

Of the 30 Korn Ferry players who earned their cards on Sunday, 18 will be PGA Tour rookies in 2024.

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Notable storylines include Pierceson and Parker Coody, fraternal twins who will become the third generation in their family to compete on the PGA Tour, following grandfather Charles Coody, who won the 1971 Masters, and father, Kyle Coody, who made two PGA Tour starts; Norman Xiong, who became the fifth First-Tee alum to earn a PGA Tour card, and Tom Whitney, who played golf at the United States Air Force Academy and, after graduating in 2010, fulfilled a four-year term on active duty in the U.S. Air Force.

The first full-field PGA Tour event of 2024 is the Sony Open in Hawaii. Check out the full list of Korn Ferry Tour graduates below, in order of their finish on the Korn Ferry Tour points list.

2023 Korn Ferry Tour graduates

1. Ben Kohles

2. Chan Kim

3. Alejandro Tosti

4. Rico Hoey

5. Ben Silverman

6. Pierceson Coody

7. Grayson Murray

8. Paul Barjon

9. Max Greyserman

10. Chandler Phillips

11. Adrien Dumont de Chassart

12. David Skinns

13. Jake Knapp

14. Jacob Bridgeman

15. Jimmy Stanger

16. Norman Xiong

17. Nicholas Lindheim

18. Joe Highsmith

19. Patrick Fishburn

20. Mac Meissner

21. Tom Whitney

22. Kevin Dougherty

23. Chris Gotterup

24. Wilson Furr

25. Parker Coody

26. Josh Teater

27. Ryan McCormick

28. Scott Gutschewski

29. Roger Sloan

30. Rafael Campos

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