Ryan Armour, Daniel Berger, and Jon Curran will all represent northern Palm Beach County next year on the Web.com Tour after earning their cards at the six day Qualifying School Final Stage. The Web.com Tour (the PGA Tour's developmental circuit) handed out cards to all 152 golfers that participated in the event with the top 45 and ties receiving full status on the tour through at least the first eight events of the 2014 season.
Armour (Jupiter), Berger (Jupiter), and Curran (Tequesta) all finished in the top 45 and will be fully exempt on tour until the second re-shuffle which takes place after the eighth event. Armour fired a six round total of 15-under par, while Berger finished at 14-under, and Curran finished at 12-under.
In addition to those three, Derek Fathauer of Jupiter, Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, Kevin Johnson of Palm Beach Gardens, and Hugo Leon will all receive condition status on tour in 2014 by finishing lower than 45th. Fathauer finished in a tie for 50, Kim finished in a tie for 110, and Johnson finished in a tie for 126. They will all be slotted in the pecking order on tour based off of where they finished in the event. Hugo Leon withdrew from the Final Stage after four rounds but will have high status on the Web.com Tour next year as a result of his fourth place finish on the Order of Merit on the PGA Tour Canada in 2013.
Zach Fischer won the Final Stage of Q-School with a six day total of 31-under par and will be fully exempt on the Web.com tour in 2014. For a complete final leaderboard, visit www.pgatour.com.