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Im wins Web.com regular-season finale; 25 get Tour cards

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NORTH PLAINS, Ore. – Sungjae Im won the regular-season ending Portland Open on Sunday to earn one of 25 PGA Tour cards and become the first player to top the Web.com Tour money list wire-to-wire.

Im closed with a 4-under 67 on Pumpkin Ridge's Witch Hollow course for a four-stroke victory over John Chin. The 20-year-old South Korean player earned $144,000 to finish the season with $534,326.

Im finished at 18-under 266. He also won the season-opening event in the Bahamas and had three second-place finishes.


Web.com Tour final regular season money list

Full-field scores from the WinCo Foods Portland Open


Chin shot a 66. He was the only player to move into the top 25 on the money list, earning $86,400 to go from 41st to 10th with $207,909.

Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton was third at 13 under after a 66. Jim Knous (67) and Derek Ernst (71) were 12 under, a stroke ahead of Kevin Dougherty (70) and Curtis Luck (69).

Dougherty finished 26th on the money list, $207,909 behind Hank Lebioda for the final PGA Tour card.

Ben Taylor dropped out of the top 25, going from 25th to 29th after missing the cut.

Twenty-five more PGA Tour cards will be awarded in the four-event Web.com Tour Finals.

Here's a look at the regular-season top 25 (*=PGA Tour rookie in 2018-19):

The 25

Hometown

Stats

  1. 1. Sungjae Im*

Jeju, South Korea

Two wins

  1. 2. Sam Burns

Shreveport, La.

One win, five top-10s

  1. 3. Scott Langley

Barrington, Ill.

One win, five top-10s

  1. 4. Martin Trainer*

Palo Alto, Calif.

Two wins

  1. 5. K.H. Lee*

Ilsan, South Korea

Three runners-up

  1. 6. Cameron Champ*

Sacramento, Calif.

One win, five top-10s

  1. 7. Sebastian Muñoz

Bogota, Colombia

Six top-10 finishes

  1. 8. Anders Albertson*

Alpharetta, Ga.

One win, two top-10s

  1. 9. Chase Wright*

Muncie, Ind.

One win, four top-10s

  1. 10. John Chin*

Temecula, Calif.

Three top-10s

  1. 11. Kyle Jones*

Snowflake, Ariz.

Four top-10s

  1. 12. Jose de Jesus Rodriguez*

Irapuato, Mexico

One win, three top-10s

  1. 13. Adam Long*

St. Louis, Mo.

Five top-10s

  1. 14. Adam Svensson*

Surrey, B.C., Canada

One win, four top-10s

  1. 15. Josh Teater

Lexington, Ky.

Three top-10s

  1. 16. Wyndham Clark*

Denver, Colo.

Four top-10s

  1. 17. Julián Etulain

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Three top-10s

  1. 18. Alex Prugh

Las Vegas, Nev.

Four top-10s

  1. 19. Joey Garber*

Petoskey, Mich.

One win, three top-10s

  1. 20. Chris Thompson*

Lawrence, Kan.

Five top-10s

  1. 21. Carlos Ortiz

Jalisco, Mexico

Four top-10s

  1. 22. Brady Schnell*

Mesa, Ariz.

One win, two top-10s

  1. 23. Kramer Hickok*

Dallas, Tex.

Four top-10s

  1. 24. Roberto Castro

Atlanta, Ga.

Five top-10s

  1. 25. Hank Lebioda*

Orlando, Fla.

Four top-10s