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  Hero World Challenge
Albany, New Providence, Bahamas
Albany Resort Golf Club
Nov 30 - Dec 3, 2017
Next Tournament:   Sentry Tournament of Champions (Jan 4-7, 2018)
Previous Tournament:   RSM Classic (Nov 16-19, 2017)
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Year-to-Date Tournament Summary for the US PGA Tour
# of Tournaments: 48
Tournaments Finished: 47 (97.92%)
Tournaments still to Play: 1 (2.08%)
Total Purse: $346,050,000 (change from last year: +10.21%)
Purse Paid Out: $341,326,677 (98.64%)
Available Purse: $4,723,323 (1.36%)

Latest News on US PGA Tour
Top amateur Jon Rahm turns pro following U.S. Open
[ Jun 20, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Brentley Romine ]
Bryson DeChambeau ready for pro debut at RBC Heritage, signs with Cobra Puma and Bridgestone
[ Apr 13, 2016   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Jim McCabe ]
Schmitz halts Masters GoFundMe after raising $25K
[ Oct 25, 2015   |  Source: Golf Channel   |  Author: Will Gray ]
A Better-Than-Ever Rory McIlroy?
[ Jun 17, 2015   |  Source: New York Times   |  Author: Jeff Shain ]
Golf's Golden Dropout
[ Jun 17, 2015   |  Source: New York Times   |  Author: Karen Crouse ]
DeChambeau makes FedEx St. Jude Classic cut in Tour debut
[ Jun 12, 2015   |  Source: Golf Week   |  Author: Andy Zunz ]
Harrington takes lead, rain suspends play
[ Feb 28, 2015   |  Source: PGA Tour ]



    The US PGA Tour is the organization which governs the top ranked professional men's golfers in the United States. The organization is a tax-exempt membership group of professional golfers that plays more than 50 official-money tournaments.

    The US PGA Tour is based in Ponte Verda Beach, Florida, United States.

    112 PGA TOUR Boulevard
    Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 32082

    Commissioner: Tim Finchem

    Mr. Finchem is the third Commissioner of the PGA TOUR. He succeeded Deane R. Beman as Commissioner on June 1, 1994.

    How do you become a member of the PGA TOUR?

    There are five ways to become a PGA TOUR member eligible to compete in events subject to TOUR regulations. These include: 1. Finish within the top 30 and ties at the annual Qualifying Tournament; 2. Win a cosponsored or approved TOUR event; 3. Finish among the top 150 players on the official money list in a year (through Sponsor Exemptions, Foreign Exemptions, Open Qualifying or Section Qualifying, etc.); 4. Win during the course of a TOUR season an amount of official money (by playing in TOUR events through Sponsor Exemptions, Foreign Exemptions, Open Qualifying or Section Qualifying, etc.) equal to the amount won in the preceding year by the 150th finisher on the official money list; and 5. Finish in the top 20 on the official Nationwide Tour money list. All members shall be age 18 or older.

    What is Q-school?

    The PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament is held in three stages at the end of each season. The top 30 places and ties from the final stage (contested over 108 holes) gain membership and playing eligibility for the subsequent calendar year on the PGA TOUR. The number of players who advance from the first and second stages (over 72 holes each) is determined by the amount of players in the field at that particular site. Entry fees in 2004 for the PGA TOUR are as follows: first-stage qualifying is $4,500, second-stage qualifying is $4,000 and finals is $3,500. The number of finishers nearest 50 at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament qualify for the Nationwide Tour. The Champions Tour has a separate Qualifying Tournament, which includes two stages and a 108-hole final where eight players earn exempt status and seven conditional status.

    How can you become a caddie?

    Caddies are hired by players on all three Tours or provided by the tournaments. Players are required by PGA TOUR guidelines to have a caddie in order to compete in events. Caddies must register at tournament sites and their conduct is the responsibility of the players who hired them. Caddies are asked to follow a PGA TOUR dress code for shirts, pants/shorts, shoes and the caddie bib or uniform supplied by the tournament. Guidelines are also established for areas where caddies are permitted both on and off the course at particular times.

    How are purses at PGA TOUR events distributed?

    The standard formula for PGA TOUR events provides a first prize of 18 percent of the total purse all the way to 0.200% for 70th place. For example, a tournament with a $4-million purse would award $720,000 for first place and $8,000 for 70th place.

    More information can be found on the US PGA Tour's web site (

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    For PGA TOUR sponsorship opportunities and information, please contact the following:

    PGA TOUR tournament sponsorships:
    Jeff Somensatto, Manager, Marketing
    (904) 280-4773

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