How They're Doing: Minnesotans on Pro Tour Money Lists -- Sept. 19

September 19, 2022
By Michael R Fermoyle


2022-23 PGA TOUR

Pos.  Player (Previous) From    Events played    Earnings

T12. Tom Hoge, Fargo                             1    $140,667

T56. Troy Merritt, Spring Lake Park          1     $17,840


2021-22 PGA Tour

Final


22. Tom Hoge (22), Fargo                        31   $4,310,046
 
72. Troy Merritt (70), Spring Lake Park    26   $1,906,304

132. Erik Van Rooyen (132), South Africa 17    $927,524

Andrew McCain, Jupiter, Fla.                      1           --

Alex Beach, Stillwater                                  1          --


2022 KORN FERRY TOUR

Final


Andrew McCain, Jupiter, Fla.                    1           --

Angus Flanagan, Woking, England           1           --

Brady Schnell, Omaha                               2           --


2022 CHAMPIONS TOUR
 
53. Tim Herron (52), Wayzata                18      $293,996
 
60. Cameron Beckman (59), Burnsville  20     $212,837

76. Mario Tiziani (76), Chaska                  9     $120,835

80. Tom Lehman (78), Alexandria           10     $102,425


2022 PGA TOUR CANADA

Money won for the Canadian Tour is shown in Canadian dollars, which were worth $0.75 as of 9/19/22

21. Thomas Longbella (21), Chippewa Falls      10   CAD$25,430

45. Justin Doeden (42), Lakeville South             10    CAD$13,077

60. Van Holmgren (58), Wayzata                          7    CAD$8,585

T147. Angus Flanagan (T147), Woking, England 2     CAD$790

169. Thomas Lehman (169), Scottsdale, Ariz.      1     CAD$550
    
Andrew Israelson, Staples-Motley                         1           --

Alex Gaugert, Lake Geneva, Wis.                          1           -- 

Alex Kline, Elk River                                               1          --

Taylor Sundbom, Hermantown                               1           --


2022 LPGA TOUR

107. Amy Olson (110), Oxbow, N.D.      19      $111,893

165. Casey Danielson (160), Osceola    14       $25,083    
         
Sarah Burnham, Wayzata                         1             --


2022 EPSON TOUR

(Formerly the Symetra Tour)

63. Kim Kaufman (59), Clark, S.D.        18           $20,613

72. Kate Smith (70), Detroit Lakes         18          $17,770

Betsy Kelly, Forest Lake                           1                --

2022 DP WORLD TOUR

(Formerly the European Tour)

Money won for the DP Tour is shown in Euros, which were worth $1.00 as of 9/19/22

106. Erik Van Rooyen (103), South Africa  7         419,965 Euros


2022 DAKOTAS TOUR

Final


10. Andre Metzger (11), Sioux Falls           8          $22,574

12. Andrew Israelson (10), Staples            8          $19,540

13. Andrew McCain (14), Minneapolis       6          $17,233

21. Ross Miller (30), Maple Grove              5          $11,531

25. Jon Trasamar (26), Blue Earth             4            $8,771

T53. Tommy Vining (T49), Sioux Falls        6           $3,000

72. Beau Hanson (T85), Frazee                  4           $2,000

74. Thomas Lehman (70), Alexandria          2          $1,850

76. Hudson Carpenter (72), Stillwater          6          $1,700

101. William Leaf (NA) , Winona                  7             $800  

105. Dave Schultz (NA), Fargo                     2             $680

Ernie Rose, Edina                                         1              --

Jeff Sorenson, Minneapolis                           1             --

Will Grevlos, Sioux Falls                                1              --

Brandon Sletmoen, Hawley                            1              --

Robert Bell, Pierz                                            4               --

William Leaf, Winona                                       6               --           

2022 CACTUS TOUR 

28. Betsy Kelly (26), Forest Lake                     2            $625

T34. Casey Danielson (T32), Osceola             1             $300

Michael R Fermoyle

Mike Fermoyle’s amateur golf career features state titles in five different decades, beginning with the State Public Links (1969), three State Amateurs (1970, 1973 and 1980), and four State Four-Ball championships (1972, 1985, 1993 and 2001). Fermoyle was medalist at the Pine to Palm in 1971, won the Resorters in 1972, made the cut at the State Amateur 18 consecutive years (1969 to 1986), the last being 2000, and amassed 13 top-ten finishes. Fermoyle also made it to the semi-final matches at the MGA’s annual match play championship, the Players’, in 1982 and 1987.

Fermoyle enjoyed a career as a sportswriter at the St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch before retiring in 2006. Two years later he began a second career covering the golf beat exclusively for the MGA and its website, mngolf.org, where he ranks individual prep golfers and teams, provides coverage on local amateur and professional tournaments and keeps tabs on how Minnesotans are faring on the various professional tours.

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