Major Changes Coming to PGA Tour in 2024

The PGA Tour has approved major, radical changes to its schedule and tournaments for the 2024 season, according to a report from GolfWeek. 

Starting in 2024, there will be reduced fields in designated events and no 36-hole cut. 

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“We want top players and hot players,” a source told GolfWeek. 

This all comes in response to LIV Golf, who just began their second season this past weekend down at Mayakoba. 

The PGA Tour is expected to send a memo to players on Wednesday announcing the changes. 

Changes Coming 

According to GolfWeek, field sizes in elevated events will be between 70 and 78 players, with no cut after 36 holes. 

However, the majors, Players Championship and FedEx Cup playoffs will not be affected. 

Designated or elevated events will include the top 50 players who make it to the BMW Championship they year before. 

Plus, ten other players not eligible on the FedEx Cup points race and five other place earned through performance in non-designated events. 

According to GolfWeek, the schedule would be set up so that there would be two designated events followed by three non-designated events and then two designated events etc… 

The Official World Golf Ranking will also be factored into the criteria. 

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