tano joya (No. 59 projected to No. 3). The 34-year-old Argentine is Indiana’s man of the moment. After earning a berth in the Finals in his first Korn Ferry Tour season, he was standing 16th under three rounds in the Korn Ferry Tour Championship, one behind Suh’s lead, and would secure his first PGA TOUR card with a strong Sunday in the final event of the Era of Finals 25.
Austin Icroat (T64, Muscat on No. 8). After finishing in the top five in the inaugural 2021 PGA Tour Merit Award, Eckroat T50 finished in the final stage of the Q-School but took advantage of the conditional situation in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals berth and took advantage. Standing T3 in the final round of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship, they are Suh’s successors.
Sam Stevens (T36, Muscat on No. 14). Stevens, a third-generation professional golfer from Kansas, finished second in the 2021 PGA Tour Latin America and made a quick impact as a rookie on the Korn Ferry Tour. Stevens missed the cut at Boise, rushed with a T28 at Columbus and fired the third round 62 at Victoria National to move into position for his first tour card. It’s T6 until Sunday.
Eric Col (No. 44, omitted for No. 16). The 34-year-old has spent the better part of a decade on small tours, won more than 50 times in the Minor League Golf Tour, and is now striving to take his talents to the next level. The son of professional golfers, Cole finished the T56-T34 in the first of two finals, standing T6 in the final round at the Victoria National.
Brent Grant (No. 29, Muscat on No. 19). The feisty Hawaiian national failed to get a TOUR card during the regular season, and he’s doing everything he can as he strives to make up in the finals. The 26-year-old finished T32-T34 in the first two finals, standing on T12 on the final day of the Korn Ferry Tour.
Ryan Armor (T30, Muscat at No. 23). The seasoned veteran suffered a rib injury that kept him out of the Albertsons Boys Open’s opener, giving him a chance to improve his tour status through to the final day of the Finals 25 era. After the final round 65 and T22 at the Children’s Hospital National Championships last week, Armor stands on T21 on the round Finalist at the Victoria National. It’s set to be one of the central bubble characters along the expanse.
John Ogenstein (T64, Muscat at No. 25). Vanderbilt’s All-American struggled four times in his first season in the Korn Ferry Tour, posting just one of the top 25 in 21 starts, but earning a berth in the Finals via the FedExCup Top 200 non-member points class, on T6 strength in the Fortinet Championship in the fall Past. The nearby native of Owensboro, Kentucky, thrived on familiar terrain this week; He won the third round 66 in Victoria National and T12 stands in the final round. Sunday enters directly onto the bubble.
Satoshi Kodaira (T16, Muscat on No. 26). He eventually missed out on losing (more than 2) and now awaits his fate.
Patrick Fishburne (No. 24, Muscat on No. 28). The Utah native suffered a third-round 76er at Indiana State, dropping from a top ten spot on the leaderboard to a tie at number 44. With a strong Sunday, he could return to the Finals 25; It’s set to be one of the central bubble characters along the expanse.
Norman Cheung (No. 19 projected onto No. 29). He missed the cut at the end (11 more) and now awaits his fate.
in a long hurry (T21, dropped on T31). T58 stands until Sunday and will need a strong finish for a chance to hold his place in The Finals 25.
Sean O’Hare (T21, dropped on T31). T58 stands until Sunday and will need a strong finish for a chance to hold his place in The Finals 25.
William McGuert (No. 20, dropped to No. 34). He missed the cut at the end (1 more) and now his fate awaits.
Seong Yeol Noh (T21, Muscat at No. 36). He missed the cut at the end (1 under) and now awaits his fate.
Grayson Murray (T25, Muscat at No. 37). T53 stands until Sunday and will need a strong day to have a chance to maintain his position within The Finals 25.