09/07/2016

The Web.com Tour is wrapping up its season and the top-25 are set to join the PGA Tour for the 2017 season.

It has been a long road for these players and the last 4 events of the year will help put these 25 players into their final rankings by taking their regular season money and combining it with the finals money for their position.

The Finals will begin on September 8-11th at Canterbury Golf Club in Cleveland, Ohio. Then it’s off to Boise, Idaho which is home to a long-running Web.com Tour event that will claim a Finals spot for the first time, at Hillcrest CC on September 15-18th. The third leg of the finals will be at the

Then it’s off to Boise, Idaho which is home to a long-running Web.com Tour event that will claim a Finals spot for the first time, at Hillcrest CC on September 15-18th. The third leg of the finals will be at the Ohio State University Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio on September 22-25th. Finally, the Finals will conclude at the Web.com Tour Championship at the Atlantic Beach CC in Jacksonville, Florida on October 6-9th.

Sitting at number one right now in the list of players headed to the PGA Tour this year is Wesley Bryan. Wesley comes from a family of golfers, father, brother and sister. His father runs George Bryan Golf Academy and Wesley and his brother are founders of Bryan Bros Golf and have created trick-shot videos that are popular on the internet. Wesley is an alum of the University of South Carolina and turned pro in 2012.

Bryan comes from a well-documented family of golfers, his father, brother, and sister all active in the game. His father runs George Bryan Golf Academy and Wesley and his brother are founders of Bryan Bros Golf and have created trick-shot videos that are popular on the internet. Wesley is an alum of the University of South Carolina and turned pro in 2012.

Wesley had 9 top-25 finishes in 13 starts alongside 3 wins on the Web.com Tour in 2016. As a result, he has played in 4 PGA Tour events, with his best finish a tie for 8th-place in the John Deere Classic. Look for Wesley Bryan to make some headlines as he finishes out the Web.com Tour and again this coming season on the PGA Tour.

Another player that may be of interest this coming season is JT Poston. This young man was a four-year starter for Western Carolina University. He holds two school record scoring averages, lead the team as a freshman and in his junior year carded 26 of his 33 seasonal rounds at even-par or better, including 16 rounds in the 60’s.

JT turned pro in 2015 and has locked up his PGA Tour card with a tie for 2nd at the Digital Ally Open. With JT’s performance on the Web.com Tour in 2016, we will be seeing a lot more of him in the future. His future holds promise.

The Web.com Tour has opened the door for some up and coming players and with 25 new comers to the Tour it should be an exciting new season as the 2016 season closes. The rankings will be finalized upon completion of the final 4 Web.com Tour events. It will be interesting to see the final results. Be sure to check it out.

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