PGA Tour expands to eight no-cut events next year

SEOUL, South Korea (Yonhap) By Kwon Hoon Kwon = The U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour will play eight events without cuts next year, Golfweek reported Thursday (Aug. 4).The no-cut tournaments will include five specialty events with a total purse 카지노 of $20 million or more and three playoff events.This doubles the number of no-cut events from four, including the defending champion Sentry Tournament of Champions and three playoff events.The PGA Tour will officially announce next year’s schedule, including the introduction of these no-cut events, next week.No-cut tournaments are great for tournament sponsors and TV broadcasters, as they mean that all players in the field get paid, and the best players don’t have to pack up after two days because they didn’t make the cut.However, no-cut tournaments are limited to a small number of players, which means that the lower-ranked players don’t get a chance to compete.The PGA Tour’s move to no-cut many of its big-money events is a way to appease top players who have been upset by LIV Golf’s 54-hole no-cut events.However, four tournaments – the Players Championship, Arnold Palmer Invitational, Memorial Tournament and Genesis Invitational – will remain cut.This means that the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, RBC Heritage, Wells Fargo Championship, and Travelers Championship are expected to become no-cut events.However, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Memorial Tournament, and Genesis Invitational 카지노 are not that different from no-cut events, as they have 80 players and only cut 30.Most PGA Tour events have more than 140 players.

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