How do you get into PGA Q-School?

Sign up with the PGA Tour. Information about Q School is available at Typically, announcements are made in late spring or summer about sign-up dates. Pre-qualifying is held in late August and early September.

How many players get their cards at Q-School?

The top 64 players in the PDC Order of Merit (world rankings) after the World Championships automatically gain a tour card as do the players who won one at the previous year’s Q-School.

Does the PGA still have Q-School?

Beginning in 2013, players will no longer be able to earn PGA Tour cards through Q-school. Instead, getting through Q-School will merely earn them a spot on the Nationwide Tour.

How much does Q-School cost?

How much does Q-School cost? The sign-up fee for Q-School in 2020 is $2,850 USD and can be made by VISA or MasterCard only. American Express and Visa debit cards are NOT recommended.

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Why is it called Q-School?

Back in 1965, the PGA started a tradition that lasted nearly five decades called the Qualifying School Tournament or “Q-School.” Q-School provided tour cards to players that had fallen out of the top 125, graduating college players, talented foreign players and, very importantly, dreamers.

How good are Korn Ferry players?

The scoring average for Korn Ferry winners in 2019 was 67.13. HOW GOOD IS THE MONEY? Well, it’s not supposed to be that good, to give players incentive to advance to the PGA Tour and its wealth of riches.

How many golfers qualify from Q-School?

The top 30 players, plus ties, earn PGA Tour Champions cards for the following year. However, for most, this only provides entry into Monday qualifying—only the top five players, not including ties, are assured of entry into regular tour events, and only for the first half of the season.

Can you make a living on the Korn Ferry Tour?

The minimum purse on the Korn Ferry Tour is currently $750,000, up from $600,000 and then $550,000 just a few years ago. That means the minimum winner’s share of a purse is $135,000, or 18 percent of the total prize money.