Final 25 Tour cards finalized with event cancellation

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The PGA Tour annually hands out 50 cards via the Web.com Tour: 25 to the top players from the regular-season money list, and 25 to the top earners from the Web.com Tour Finals.

With the cancellation of the Web.com Tour Championship because of Hurricane Matthew, that latter group is now set. Here is a look at the players who officially earned their PGA Tour cards Wednesday when the circuit pulled the plug on the season's final event:

1. Michael Thompson
$184,000
2. Bryson DeChambeau
$180,000
3. Cameron Smith
$114,910
4. Miguel Angel Carballo
$108,000
5. Andres Gonzales
$106,267
6. Scott Stallings
$75,505
7. Zack Sucher
$71,018
8. Will MacKenzie
$67,500
9. Kevin Tway
$63,975
10. Andrew Johnston
$54,910
11. Rod Pampling
$52,033
12. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
$49,926
13. Ryan Blaum
$49,100
14. Steven Alker
$43,600
15. Xander Schauffele
$42,395
16. Brett Drewitt
$42,035
17. D.A. Points
$37,950
18. Whee Kim
$36,975
19. Cody Gribble
$35,125
20. Kelly Kraft
$35,125
21. Rory Sabbatini
$32,375
22. Bobby Wyatt
$29,603
23. Tag Ridings
$28,493
24. Cameron Percy
$27,560
25. Tim Wilkinson
$27,425

 

Rob Oppenheim finished No. 26 on the Finals money list, $392 behind Wilkinson, while Austin Cook missed out on a PGA Tour card by only $425.

Other notable names who failed to earn cards via the Finals included Camilo Villegas, Brendon de Jonge, Stuart Appleby, Erik Compton, Chesson Hadley, Nicholas Thompson, Tim Herron and Jonathan Byrd.

Here is a look at the 25 players who earned their cards via the regular-season money list.