Minnesota Golf Association

How They're Doing: Minnesotans on Pro Tour Money Lists -- Nov. 3

November 3, 2019

 

 

2019-20 PGA TOUR

Pos.    Player  (Prev. Rank)  From      Events played Earnings

18. Tom Hoge (16), Fargo                           4      $844,230

138. Troy Merritt (114), Spring Lake Park   4        $95,795

Erik Van Rooyen, South Africa                    1        $67,000

Cameron Beckman, Burnsville                    1            --

Tim Herron, Wayzata                                   2             --         


*--Van Rooyen is not shown on this money list because he is not an official member of the PGA Tour. If he were, he would be in 157th place.



2018-19 PGA TOUR

Final


76. Troy Merritt (82), Spring Lake Park      20    $1,500,618 

Erik Van Rooyen, South Afriica                    6       $638,002*

157. Tom Hoge (155), Fargo                      32       $573,464

Charlie Danielson, Osceola                          3       $223,928**

199. Brady Schnell (199), Milford, Iowa      21       $210,914

232. Tim Herron, (232), Wayzata                10         $43,281
 
253. Tom Lehman (253), Alexandria            2         $14,528

Cameron Beckman, Burnsville                     3               --

*--Van Rooyen is not shown on this money list because he was not -- and still isn't -- an official member of the PGA Tour. If he had been, he would have finished the '18-19 season  in 150th place.

**--Danielson is also not shown for the same reason as Van Rooyen. If he had been an official PGA Tour member, he would have been in 199th place.



2018-19 PGA TOUR

FedEx Cup Points List

Final

The top 125 players on the list made it to the FedEx Cup Playoffs, a three-tournament series. After the first tournament, the top 70 advanced to the second, and after the second, the top 30 advanced to the PGA Tour Championship (Aug. 22-25) at East Lake in Atlanta. Rory McIlroy won the tournament -- and the $15 million first prize! (Last place in the Tour Championship -- in other words, 30th place -- made $400,000 that week.) Those ranked from No. 126 through 200 went into the Korn Ferry Finals, a series of three tournaments that began with the Nationwide Childrens Hospital Championship (Aug. 15-18) in Columbus, Ohio, and ended with the Korn Ferry Tour Championship in Newburgh, Ind., (Aug. 30-Sept. 2). 


58. Troy Merritt (59), Spring Lake Park      21        842 points

159. Tom Hoge (159), Fargo                       32        252 points

196. Brady Schnell (196), Milford, Iowa      21        103 points

240. Tim Herron (240), Wayzata                 10         13 points

251. Tom Lehman (251), Alexandria             2           3 points

Cameron Beckman, Burnsville                      3              --



2019 KORN FERRY (FORMERLY WEB.COM) TOUR

Final list for regular season

The top 25 on this money list (actually the points list, which is essentially the same) earned PGA Tour status for the 2019-20 season. The top 75 qualified for the Korn Ferry Finals (along with Nos. 126 through 200 from the 2018-19 PGA Tour). From those Finals, another 25 players gained PGA Tour status for 2019-20. 


138. Ben Polland (137), Bloomington       21           $31,032

180. Andre Metzger (180), Sioux Falls       3             $8,361

186. Brady Schnell (186), Milford, Iowa      3             $7,509

Nick Heinen, Edmond, Okla.                      7                 --

Cameron Beckman, Burnsville                   3                 --

Derek Chang, Atlanta                                 1                  --  



2019 KORN FERRY FINALS POINTS LIST

(Tom Hoge, who was No. 159 on the PGA Tour points list, clinched a spot in the top 25 after two of the three tournaments in the Finals, and therefore, is back on the PGA Tour for the 2019-20 season.)


14. Tom Hoge, Fargo                                 2                 247

Brady Schnell, Milford, Iowa                       2                   --

Charlie Danielson, Osceola                        2                   -- 




2019 KORN FERRY FINALS PRIORITY LIST

35. Tom Hoge, Fargo                                 2                 247



2019 MACKENZIE (CANADIAN) GOLF TOUR

Final

Money won for the Mackenzie Tour is shown in Canadian dollars, which were worth $0.76 as of 11/3/19


36. Justin Doeden (32), Lakeville South    12           $19,849

54. Andrew McCain (59), Minneapolis       12           $12,657

56 Charlie Danielson (50), Osceola            3            $12,175

77. Derek Chang (77), Atlanta                    11             $7,758




2019 PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS

17. Tom Lehman (17), Alexandria           18           $934,031

189. John Harris (189), Roseau                4              $4,424

Tim Thelen, Albany                                   1                  --      

Chris Perry, Edina                                     1                  --     




2019 LPGA TOUR 

59. Amy Olson (60), Oxbow, N.D.            23          $314,232

122. Sarah Burnham (122), Wayzata       15           $66,713




2019 SYMETRA TOUR

Final 


23. Casey Danielson (22), Osceola         21            $52,389  

115. Sarah Burnham (115), Wayzata        4              $6,738

160. Natalie Roth (160), Detroit Lakes     11              $2,432 

Kenzie Neisen, New Prague                      1                    -- 




2018-19 EUROPEAN TOUR

Money won for the European Tour is shown in Euros, which were worth $1.12 as of 11/3/19

10. Erik Van Rooyen (8), South Africa      26      1,531,058 euros

222. Troy Merritt (221), Spring Lake Park  5           45,518 euros 




2019 STAYSURE (EUROPEAN SENIOR) TOUR

Money won for the European Tour is shown in Euros, which were worth $1.12 as of 11/3/19

50. Tim Thelen (51), Albany                      13        25,555 euros


2018-19 SUNSHINE (SOUTH AFRICAN) TOUR

Final


Money won for the Sunshine Tour is shown in South African rands, which were worth $0.067 as of 11/3/19

62. Erik Van Rooyen (62), South Africa       2        216,603 rands  



2019 DAKOTAS TOUR

Final


2. Andre Metzger (5), Sioux Falls                9            $51,550

5. Neil Johnson (4), River Falls                   8            $30,073


10. Robert Bell (9), Pierz                             5            $18,328

12. Doug Quinones (15), Sioux Falls           9           $17,354


34. Ross Miller (35), Maple Grove               4             $5,650

40 Jackson Foth (39), Lenexa, Kansas       7             $4,575

47. Jon Trasamar (45), Blue Earth              3            $3,500


68. Wil Holmgren (92), Wayzata                 2            $1,787  

T74. Rodney Hamblin (T66), St. Paul         5            $1,700  

T76. Brandon Sletmoen (NA), Hawley        7            $1,630 

T90. Jack Elliott (NA), Fargo                       3            $1,000

Justin Doeden, Lakeville South                   1                --

Dave Schultz, Fargo                                    1                --

Riley Johnson, Fargo                                   1                -- 

Alex Uloth, Burnsville                                   1                -- 

Beau Hanson, Frazee                                  1                --

Charlie Larson, Perham                                1               -- 

Andrew Martinson, Henning                          1              -- 

Jose Mendez, San Jose, Costa Rica           1                --


William Leaf, Winona                                   3                --

Tommy Vining, Sioux Falls                           3                --

Matt Bennett, Marshall                                 3                 --

Peter Sienko, Minneapolis                           4                --

Grady Meyer, Fargo                                     5                --


Thomas Strandemo, Fargo                          6                --

Brandon Sletmoen, Hawley                         6                -- 


2019 MINOR LEAGUE GOLF TOUR

67. Aaron Wilson (65), Shakopee             28          $2,835



2018-19 FLORIDA PROFESSIONAL GOLF TOUR

Final


24. Jeff Sorenson (24), Blaine                    5            $2,268

T182. Ross Miller (T171), Maple Grove     1                $190

Andrew McCain, Minneapolis                      2                 -- 




2018-19 PGA (WINTER) TOURNAMENT SERIES

Final


2. Jeff Sorenson, Blaine                               6             $9,424

20. Matthew Rachey, Waconia                     6             $2,059


 


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