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The following is an update on the PGA TOUR Future Product Model:
PGA TOUR-DP World Tour Joint Venture
• The new joint venture builds on the existing Strategic Alliance that was unveiled in November 2020.
• Partnership length is through 2035.
• As a result of the new partnership, PGA TOUR increases its stake in European Tour Productions, the media and commercial arm of the European Tour Group, from 15 to 40 percent.
• Continued and more formal coordination of a worldwide schedule which benefits members of both organizations.
• Establishes a clearly defined pathway for top players around the world.
• Joint development and implementation of the new international events to be held in the fall.
Future cards/eligibility system changes
• With a return to a calendar year season on the PGA TOUR, the Korn Ferry Tour will also return
to a calendar-year season in 2023. PGA TOUR cards for the 2024 FedExCup season will be
awarded to the top-30 players from the final Korn Ferry Tour Points List (up from 25 cards,
• The Korn Ferry Tour Finals system as currently constructed will be discontinued. Instead, “Korn
Ferry Tour Finals” will be in reference to the final four events of the Korn Ferry Tour season,
which will have increased purses as well as increased points.
• The top performers from the DP World Tour Ranking List will now receive 10 PGA TOUR cards
(e.g. the top 10 DP World Tour players from their 2023 season gain eligibility for the PGA TOUR
in 2024). This change formalizes what has been a very strong but informal pathway for many
years, one which has seen the top DP World Tour players receive cards primarily via the top-125
non-member category and Korn Ferry Tour Finals.
• PGA TOUR cards will be reinstituted at the Qualifying Tournament held at the end of the year for
the top-five finishers and ties, beginning in 2023. Beyond that, the Qualifying Tournament will
continue to provide eligibility to the Korn Ferry Tour as is currently the case.
• Based on the above allocation of cards (45 in total), access for conditional PGA TOUR members
in the 126-150 category is expected to improve.
As developments become available, we will continue to keep you aware of any updates.