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December 18, 2023

Endycott, Crowe earn PGA Tour cards for 2024

By Gregg Dewalt, Alabama Golf News Editor
Trace Crowe and Harrison Endycott won their PGA Tour cards

Two will enjoy full status on tour

Former Huntsville Championship winner Harrison Endycott won the PGA Tour’s qualifying tournament Monday to retain his playing privileges for 2024.

Endycott captured a four-shot win over Trace Crowe, a former Auburn University standout, to again earn his Tour card. Endycott, of Australia, shot 15-under at the rain-delayed tournament to beat Crowe, who finished at 11-under.

Harrison Endycott
Former Huntsville Championship winner Harrison Endycott won the PGA Tour Q School Monday, earning his PGA Tour card along with Auburn alumnus Trace Crowe (Photo: PGA Tour)

Endycott finished 133rd on the FedEx points list in 2023 to just miss retaining his card, although he did have conditional status for 2024. But his win at Q-school solidified his standing for next season and earned him $50,000.

Endycott shot 67 in the final round to finish at 265.

In addition to Endycott and Crowe, Blaine Hale Jr., Hayden Springer and Raul Pereda earned Tour cards for 2024.

The final stage of Q-school was played at Ponte Vedra Country Club and Dye’s Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass.

Crowe shot 69-65-68-67 and was two shots ahead of Hale, the third-place finisher. This year, the top five and ties at Q-School received PGA cards. The next 40 and ties received full status on the Korn Ferry Tour for next season.

Crowe, a 2019 graduate, nearly earned his card through the Korn Ferry Tour points list in the 2023 season after finishing 38th overall. He made nine cuts and carded four top-25 outings, highlighted by the first win of his professional career at the NV5 Invitational hosted by The Glen Club north of Chicago in late July.

Patton Kizzire earns KFT status

At Auburn, Crowe was a two-time All-SEC and three-time All-Region player. In 2018, he led the program to a fourth SEC crown and its first-ever Final Four appearance.
Another Tigers golf alum, Patton Kizzire (2008), earned full KFT membership with a tie for 64th showing.

University of Alabama graduate Davis Shore finished tied for 82nd in the final stage, while Auburn alum Michael Johnson withdrew after the third round. Both players will have Korn Ferry Tour status for 2024.

Gregg Dewalt is the editor of Alabama Golf News

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Featured image at the NV5 Invitational courtesy of the Korn Ferry Tour

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