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A Few Facts You May Not Know
The Web.com Tour is owned and operated by the PGA TOUR.
In 2013, the Web.com Tour became The Path to the PGA TOUR, with all 50 PGA TOUR cards awarded through the Web.com Tour and the season culminating at the four-event Web.com Tour Finals in October.
Three out of four PGA TOUR members played on the Web.com Tour.
Of the 299 eligible Web.com Tour players in 2017, 90 are international members, representing 24 countries outside the U.S.
Ted Potter Jr.'s victory at the 2018 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro_Am was the
PGA TOUR title by a former Web.com Tour player.
Web.com Tour players have won 23 major championships, and each of the four at least once, most recently, Justin Thomas at the 2017 PGA Championship. Jason Day, David Duval, Craig Perks, Stephen Ames, Tim Clark, Matt Kuchar and Si Woo Kim have all won THE PLAYERS Championship.
A record 92 of the 125 players who qualified for the 2016 FedExCup Playoffs on the PGA TOUR formerly played the Web.com Tour.
97 of the 144 contestants in the 2017 PLAYERS Championship once played the Web.com Tour.
Twelve Web.com Tour alums competed in the 2017 Presidents Cup for either the U.S. or International teams.
Four members of the 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup team formerly played on the Web.com Tour.
The total prize money in 2017 is $18,300,000 over 27 tournaments. The average purse is $677,777. The largest purse is $1 million, available at all four Web.com Tour Finals events.
Three tournaments raised a minimum of $1,000,000 for charity in 2017, with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship raising the most, $2.1 million.
Golf Channel will televise 12 Web.com Tour events in 2018.
The five leading money winners from PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, Mackenzie Tour-PGA TOUR Canada and PGA TOUR-China in 2018 will earn Web.com Tour membership in 2019.
Web.com became the Tour's umbrella sponsor on June 27, 2012. A 10-year agreement is in place (through 2021).