1. Stuart Macdonald. The Purdue alumnus and proud Canadian has played some of the world’s best golf of late, racking up four top-10s in his last five starts, including back-to-back top-fives at the REX Hospital Open and BMW Charity Pro-Am.
2. Taylor Moore. The University of Arkansas product showed consistency in the spring portion of the 2020-21 campaign, with nine top-25s in his last 10 starts while eyeing his first TOUR map.
3. Nick Hardy. The University of Illinois product has racked up three consecutive top-five finishes to climb the points tally. He is now No. 14 out of 25, about to secure his first TOUR card.
4. Austin Eccroat. The Oklahoma state product earned Korn Ferry Tour membership through the PGA TOUR University Ranking and took advantage of its debut by finishing seventh in last week’s BMW Charity Pro-Am.
5. Justin Lager. The Malone University alum thrilled South Carolina fans at last week’s BMW Charity Pro-Am, finishing second to Pereira and reaching number 23 on the points list as he looked to his first PGA TOUR card.
6. Ollie Schniederjans. The Georgia Tech alumnus took his first Korn Ferry Tour title at the 2016 Wichita Open, beating Collin Morikawa and JJ Spaun in a playoff, and will aim to improve on his current No. 39 spot on the points list as he sees a TOUR return.
7. Max McGreevy. The University of Oklahoma product electrified the South Carolina Upstate with a chip-in-eagle on the back nine Sunday en route to a third-place finish at the BMW Charity Pro-Am. He is now number 13 on the points list.
8. Jared Wolfe. The Murray State alumnus secured his second title of the 2020-21 season at last fall’s Wichita Open. What better place to get his first PGA TOUR card through a Three-Victory promotion to the TOUR?
9. Kevin Dougherty. The Oklahoma State product took a runner-up finish at the 2019 Wichita Open, and he will be trying to channel those positive vibes at Crestview CC as he looks to build on his number 68 spot on The 25.
10. Kevin Yu. Like Eckroat, the product Arizona State acquired Korn Ferry Tour membership through PGA TOUR University and maximized its first shot at the BMW Charity Pro-Am (T20).