Tommy Fleetwood needed a high finish in China to move into the top 64 in the world and crack the field for next week's WGC-Cadillac Match Play.
After entering last week tied with Francesco Molinari for 66th in the Official World Golf Ranking, Fleetwood finished in solo third at the Shenzen International.
Although he missed a playoff by one shot, he received a pretty nice consolation; Fleetwood jumped to 55th in world and punched his ticket to Harding Park.
Of course, Fleetwood's move up the rankings means someone had to get bounced, and Thomas Bjorn will be the odd man out. The 44-year-old sat inactive last week and fell from from 63rd to 68th.
The last player in will be Shriners champion Ben Martin, who did just enough at the RBC Heritage, trying for 37th, to hold onto the 64th and final spot in the field.
Although the field is set, early-round matchups have yet to be announced. The draw for this year's event, featuring 16 pools of four, will air live on Golf Channel next Monday, April 27 at noon ET.
The top 16 players in the world - from No. 1 Rory McIlroy to No. 16 Hideki Matsuyama - will serve as the top seed in each pool, with the remainder of the players being selected at random. Pool play will consist of round-robin matches on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with the winners moving on to the Round of 16 and a single-elimination bracket.