The finish at TPC Louisiana pushed Koepka past the FedEx Cup point total of the 150th-ranked player last season, and as a result the 23-year-old can now accept an unlimited number of sponsor exemptions for the 2013-14 season.
Koepka tied for third at the season-opening Frys.com Open, but was still seven points shy of membership after exhausting his allotment of sponsor invites. He earned a spot in last week's field thanks to a 64 at the Monday qualifier, and made the most of his opportunity.
While Koepka is still not a regular Tour member, he would become one with a victory - the path to status used last year by Jordan Spieth. Outside of that, Koepka can still solidify his card for the 2014-15 season via the non-member FedEx Cup points list or non-member money list. In nine starts this season, Koepka has racked up 320 FedEx Cup points and $460,687.
Last year, Koepka played primarily on the European Challenge Tour, where he won three times. He was a three-time All-American selection while playing collegiately at Florida State.