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What Big Name PGA Tour Players Did Not Make The Top 125 Exemptions?

Missed Full Exemption Status on PGA TourSeveral guys were sweating it out on the final week of the PGA Tour season, some of them played their way onto the PGA Tour in 2013 and some did not.  As we look over this list of guys that didn’t receive full exemptions for next years tour season, some of the names are surprising.

The Top 125 money earners are fully exempt on tour, 126 – 136 are partially exempt and beyond that you are demoted to the tour.  Let’s see the Tour Players that lost their cards, hopefully they can do well on the tour and make it back.

Charlie Beljan won this week and moved from 139 to 63 for a full years exemption, Tim Herron and Kevin Chappell were two lucky guys that snuck in under the wire at 124 and 125, respectively. Two notable players that were ok before the Children’s Miracle Network in Orlando were tour veterans Billy Mayfair and Rod Pampling, both unfortunately missed the cut and were bounced out of the key Top 125.

Here are the PGA Tour Players that didn’t make the full exemption list inside the The Top 125.  Keep in mind that some of the players can activate some type of career earnings or previous tour win exemption.

  1.  Jerry Kelly
  2.  Rod Pampling
  3.  Billy Mayfair
  4.  Trevor Immelman
  5.  Gary Christian
  6.  Alexandre Rocha
  7.  D.J. Trahan
  8.  Bill Lunde
  9.  Gary Woodland
  10.  Chez Reavie
  11.  Retief Goosen
  12.  Tim Petrovic
  13.  Richard H. Lee
  14.  Vaughn Taylor
  15.  Justin Leonard
  16.  Bobby Gates
  17.  Heath Slocum
  18.  Russell Knox
  19.  Camilo Villegas
  20.  Nick O’Hern
  21.  John Daly
  22.  Billy Horschel
  23.  Scott Brown
  24.  Stewart Cink
  25.  Brendon Todd
  26.  Billy Hurley III
  27.  Chris DiMarco
  28.  Y.E. Yang
  29.  Kyle Reifers
  30.  Mark Anderson
  31.  Joe Durant
  32.  J.J. Killeen
  33.  Hunter Haas
  34.  Roland Thatcher
  35.  Robert Karlsson
  36.  Kris Blanks
  37.  Stuart Appleby
  38.  Nathan Green
  1. Jarrod Lyle
  2.  Erik Compton
  3.  Danny Lee
  4.  Arjun Atwal
  5.  Kevin Kisner
  6.  Brandt Jobe
  7.  Chris Couch
  8.  Matt Bettencourt
  9.  Matt Jones
  10.  Cameron Beckman
  11.  Angel Cabrera
  12.  Garth Mulroy
  13.  Miguel Angel Carballo
  14.  Mathew Goggin
  15.  Lee Janzen
  16. Gavin Coles
  17.  Rocco Mediate
  18.  Ryuji Imada
  19.  Scott Dunlap
  20.  Alex Cejka
  21.  Todd Hamilton
  22.  Steven Bowditch
  23.  Rich Beem
  24.  Stephen Ames
  25.  Daniel Chopra
  26.  Michael Bradley
  27.  Tom Pernice Jr.
  28.  Fred Couples
  29.  Derek Lamely
  30.  Duffy Waldorf
  31.  Sung Kang
  32.  Chris Riley
  33.  Briny Baird
  34.  Joe Ogilvie
  35.  Zack Miller
  36. Steve Wheatcroft
  37. Patrick Sheehan
  38. Frank Lickliter II

Here are some more names you may remember that were way outside the Top 125 and most will likely have to go back to Q School and try and make onto the Tour.

Woody Austin, Michael Allen, Tommy Biershenk, Shaun Micheel, Garrett Willis, Steve Marino, Marco Dawson, Kenny Perry, Lucas Glover, Skip Kendall, Corey Pavin, Paul Goydos, Paul Casey, Brett Wetterich, Will MacKenzie, Paul Stankowski, Tom Lehman, Fred Funk, Willie Wood, Glen Day, Robert Gamez, Anthony Kim, David Duval, Brett Quigley, Scott Verplank, Robert Damron, Omar Uresti, Tom Watson, Jason Gore, Craig Barlow, Hank Kuehne, Ted Purdy, Bart Bryant, Kevin Sutherland, Neal Lancaster, Guy Boros, Jose Maria Olazabal, Carl Paulson, Len Mattiace, Peter Tomasulo, Jesper Parnevik, Mark Brooks, Steve Lowery, Peter Lonard, Kirk Triplett, Mathew Goggin, Lee Janzen, Rocco Mediate, Ryuji Imada, Scott Dunlap, Alex Cejka,Todd Hamilton, Rich Beem, Stephen Ames, Daniel Chopra, Michael Bradley, Tom Pernice Jr., Fred Couples, Duffy Waldorf, Chris Riley, Briny Baird, Joe Ogilvie to name a few.

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