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US Justice Department investigates PGA Tour with "anti-competitive behavior" in response to LIV Golf

 
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The PGA Tour has already excluded 2 players from at least one of the two LIV Golf games so far.
 

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    PGA Tour

    PGA Tour(English: PGA Tour) IsThe United States of Americaas well as the North AmericaThe name of the organization that manages the men's professional golf tour in, and the tour tournament operated by this organization.

    1968, For tour managementNational Professional Golf Association(English: PGA OF AMERICA) Independent,1975The group name was changed to "PGA Tour". Tour Pros belong to the PGA Tour against the National Professional Golf Association to which club pros and lesson pros belong.[1].

    The name of the core tournament run by this organization is also "PGA TourAnd for other seniors,PGA Tour Champions, Which is the lower part of the PGA TourCorn Ferry TourIs also operated.FloridaJacksonvilleThe headquarters is located in the suburbs of Ponte Vedra Beach.[2]

    Overview

    As a tour from October to September of the following yearThe Tour ChampionshipThe entire period up to (Tour Championship) is one season,Fedex cupDetermine the overall victory.

    Mid-season,World Golf Championship,Rider cup(Once every even year),President's Cup(Once every odd year),Major championship(Masters,US Open,British Open,US Pro4 tournaments) and other special tournaments are sandwiched.

    Seed right

    On the PGA Tour, at the end of each seasonFedex cupThe 125 highest ranked players will be given PGA Tour Seed rights (tour cards) for the coming season. The seed right holders are almost exempt from the qualifying round at the PGA Tour competition of the following year. However, for some games with "invitationals" in the tournament name, the qualification exemption benefit applies only to the top 70 players from the previous year. Players from 126th to 150th will receive conditional seed rights as reserves if the athletes with seed rights do not participate in each event.

    Winning a match on the PGA Tour gives you 2-5 years of seeding rights. He has won the World Golf Championships and Tour Championships for three years, major tournaments and Players Championships for five years, and other tournaments for two years. The number of years of holding this seed right will be added as many times as the number of wins. Furthermore, for players who have won 3 tours and have been tour members for more than 5 years in total, from the PGA TourPermanent seed rightsIs given.

    We also hold tournaments every year on the lower part of the PGA Tour. Hit the lower tour (2nd army) of the PGA TourCorn Ferry Tour(Previous: Web.com Tour)[3]Qualifying for the tour, 25th place or more in the annual tour or Finals[4]Players who enter 25th place or higher get seed rights for the PGA Tour of the following year. In addition, there is a system called "Performance Promotion" where you win 3 corn ferry tours on a calendar year basis and get the remaining matches of the year and the PGA Tour seed right of the following year.

    2013 reform

    Up to now, the one-year tour competition began in January in the calendar year system, and when the playoff series ended in September, the ``fall series'' such as the battle for the seed frame with the highest prize ranking continued until November, but this fall By holding the portion corresponding to the series as the opening day of the new year, the system will be adopted as a one-year cycle from the start of October of the previous year to September of the current year from the 1 season. This is the playoff series in September, which ended the previous year's season.Arnold PalmerThe awards ceremony and the FedEx Cup awards ceremony can be held simultaneously, which will make the tour more lively and more active.

    In addition, we plan to activate the 2nd Army Tour (Korn/Ferry Tour). Up to now, to advance to the regular tour, you have to clear either the prize ranking on the 2 army tour or the top prize of the qualifying school, but it is business-friendly if the good performers of Q school immediately join the regular tour. Since the disadvantages will also come out, it is less attractive, so we position Q school as a place to compete for the top prize of the 2nd army tour, if the result on the 2nd army tour is good, it will be promoted to the regular tour, and further the seed lost player of the regular tour It is said that the players who could not get the seed right on the 2nd Army tour will have a replacement tournament with the regular tour seed right. Even a talented newcomer would have to undergo a two-arm tour for at least a year.[5].

    However,Hiroshi IwataEven if you do not participate in the Web.com tour likeWorld Golf ChampionshipThere is also a way to win the prize, to qualify for the Web.com Tour Final, to win the top prize and to qualify for the PGA Tour[6].

    2016-2017 Season Priority

    1. Before 1970 or in the last 5 years, the National Professional Golf Championship, US Open champion
    2. The Players Championship winner of the last 5 years
    3. Winner of the Masters Tournament in the last 5 years
    4. British Open champion for the last 5 years
    5. The Tour Championship winner for the last three years
    6. Winner of the last three years of the World Golf Championship
    7. 2015 years since 3Arnold Palmer Invitational,Memorial TournamentThe winner of
    8. Last 5 yearsFedex cupWinner
    9. Gold King of PGA Tour for the last 5 years
    10. PGA Tour winners, including sponsored/approved events for the past two years, excluding team events
    11. As of the end of the previous season
      1. Players with a lifetime prize of 50th or less (priority can be exercised only for one season)
        • 3
      2. Players with a lifetime prize of 25th or less (priority can be exercised only for one season)
    12. Sponsor recommendation (up to 0 people including amateur players with handicap 8 or less)
    13. Players outside the PGA Tour members nominated by the commissioner (up to 2)
    14. Winners of the PGA Club Pro Championship can participate in 6 open events (3 of which are the British Open, other than the one shown on the left during the World Golf Championship week).
    15. Champion of the PGA Section Championship or Player of the Year in the section where the tournament was held
    16. Top 4 players in the so-called "Monday Tournament"
    17. Against past winners in the PGA Tour and tournaments co-sponsored by the same sponsors as when they won the past
      1. All winners before July 1970, 7
      2. Winners for the last five years since January 2000, 1
    18. Permanent seed player
    19. Top 125 FedEx Cup of previous season
      • 56
    20. Those who are not listed above among the top 125 prize-winners in the previous season, including the Wyndham Championship
      • 6
    21. Top 125 non-member FedEx Cup winners in the previous season or the top 125 prize-winners in the previous season, including the Wyndham Championship
      • 3
    22. Athletes receiving relief from major medical extensions
    23. Gold Winner of the previous season's Web.com Tour, Gold King of the Web.com Tour Finals, and a player who won 3 or more wins on the Web.com Tour
      • None
    24. Web.com Tour Medical Awards Web.com Tour Gold Medal
      • None
    25. Players who finished 10th or more in the previous week's tournament
    26. Top 2 players from 25nd to 25th place in the previous season's Web.com Tour and those who did not receive priority from the above.
      • 47
    27. Top players on the Web.com Tour, who are medical on the Web.com Tour
      • (Caution) Overlapping list above
    28. Players who won 3 or more wins on the Web.com Tour this season
    29. Minor Medical Extension
    30. Players from 126th to 150th in the previous season's FedEx Cup and who have not been given priority above
    31. Athletes recognized as major medical or family crisis
    32. Omitted later

    Main competition

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    Successive Gold Kings and Most Winners

    The Arnold Palmer Prize is awarded to the 1st place prize ranking of the year.

    年度Prize KingPrize money ($)Most wins
    2021Spanish flag John Larm7,705,9334: Patrick Cantlay
    2020United States flag Justin Thomas .7,344,0403: Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas
    2019United States flag Brooks Kepka9,684,0063: Brooks Kepka, Raleigh McIlroy
    2018United States flag Justin Thomas .8,694,8213: Bryson Dechambeau, Dustin JohnsonJustin Thomas, Bubba Watson
    2017United States flag Justin Thomas .9,921,5605: Justin Thomas
    2016United States flag Dustin Johnson9,365,1853: Jason Day, Dustin Johnson
    2015United States flag Jordan speas12,030,4655: Jason Day, Jordan Spies
    2014Northern Ireland flag Laurie McIlroy .8,280,0963: Laurie McIlroy, Jimmy Walker
    2013United States flag Tiger woods .8,553,4395: Tiger woods
    2012Northern Ireland flag Laurie McIlroy .8,047,9524: Laurie McIlroy
    2011England flag Luke Donald6,683,2142: 7 players (note 1)
    2010United States flag4,910,4773: Jim Furik
    2009United States flag Tiger woods .10,508,1636: Tiger woods
    2008Fiji flag Vijay Singh .6,601,0944: Tiger woods
    2007United States flag Tiger woods .10,867,0527: Tiger woods
    2006United States flag Tiger woods .9,941,5638: Tiger woods
    2005United States flag Tiger woods .10,628,0246: Tiger woods
    2004Fiji flag Vijay Singh .10,905,1669: Vijay Singh
    2003Fiji flag Vijay Singh .7,573,9075: Tiger woods
    2002United States flag Tiger woods .6,912,6255: Tiger woods
    2001United States flag Tiger woods .5,687,7775: Tiger woods
    2000United States flag Tiger woods .9,188,3219: Tiger woods
    1999United States flag Tiger woods .6,616,5858: Tiger woods
    1998United States flag David Duval2,591,0314: David Duval
    1997United States flag Tiger woods .2,066,8334: Tiger woods
    1996United States flag Tom Lehmann1,780,1594: Phil Mickelson
    1995Australian flag Greg Norman .1,654,9593: Lee Jansen, Greg Norman
    1994Zimbabwe flag Nick Price .1,499,9276: Nick Price
    1993Zimbabwe flag Nick Price .1,478,5574: Nick Price
    1992United States flag Fred Couples1,344,1883:; Fred Couples; Davis Love III
    1991United States flag Collie Paybin979,4302: 8 players (note 2)
    1990Australian flag Greg Norman .1,165,4774:
    1989United States flag .1,395,2783:; Steve Jones
    1988United States flag Curtis Strange .1,147,6444: Curtis Strange
    1987United States flag Curtis Strange .925,9413:; Curtis Strange
    1986Australian flag Greg Norman .653,2964:
    1985United States flag Curtis Strange .542,3213: Curtis Strange; Lanny Wadkins
    1984United States flag Tom Watson .476,2603: Tom Watson;
    1983United States flag426,6682: 8 players (note 3)
    1982United States flag Craig Stadler446,4624: Craig Stadler, Tom Watson,
    1981United States flag .375,6994: Bill Rogers
    1980United States flag Tom Watson .530,8087: Tom Watson
    1979United States flag Tom Watson .462,6365: Tom Watson
    1978United States flag Tom Watson .362,4295: Tom Watson
    1977United States flag Tom Watson .310,6535: Tom Watson
    1976United States flag Jack Niclas .266,4393:, Hubert Green
    1975United States flag Jack Niclas .298,1495: Jack Niclas
    1974United States flag Johnny Miller353,0228: Johnny Miller
    1973United States flag Jack Niclas .308,3627: Jack Niclas
    1972United States flag Jack Niclas .320,5427: Jack Niclas
    1971United States flag Jack Niclas .244,4916: Lee Trebino
    1970United States flag Lee Trebino157,0374: Billy Casper
    1969United States flag164,7073: 4 players (note 4)
    1968United States flag Billy Casper .205,1696: Billy Casper
    1967United States flag Jack Niclas .188,9985: Jack Niclas
    1966United States flag Billy Casper .121,9454: Billy Casper
    1965United States flag Jack Niclas .140,7525: Jack Niclas
    1964United States flag Jack Niclas .113,2855:
    1963United States flag Arnold Palmer .128,2307: Arnold Palmer
    1962United States flag Arnold Palmer .81,4488: Arnold Palmer
    1961South African flag Gary Player64,5406: Arnold Palmer
    1960United States flag Arnold Palmer .75,2638: Arnold Palmer
    1959United States flag53,1685:
    1958United States flag Arnold Palmer .42,6084:
    1957United States flag65,8354: Arnold Palmer
    1956United States flag72,8364:
    1955United States flag .63,1226: Kelly Middlekov
    1954United States flag65,8204:
    1953United States flag34,0025: Ben Hogan
    1952United States flag .37,0335:, Sam Snead
    1951United States flag26,0896: Kelly Middlekov
    1950United States flag Sam Snead .35,75911: Sam Snead
    1949United States flag Sam Snead .31,5947: Kelly Middlekov
    1948United States flag Ben Hogan .32,11210: Ben Hogan
    1947United States flag27,9377: Ben Hogan
    1946United States flag Ben Hogan .42,55613: Ben Hogan
    1945United States flag Byron Nelson .63,33618: Byron Nelson
    1944United States flag Byron Nelson .37,9688: Byron Nelson
    1943No records kept1: Sam Bird,,
    1942United States flag Ben Hogan .13,1436: Ben Hogan
    1941United States flag Ben Hogan .18,3587: Sam Snead
    1940United States flag Ben Hogan .10,6556:
    1939United States flag10,3038:
    1938United States flag Sam Snead .19,5348: Sam Snead
    1937United States flag14,1398:
    1936United States flag Houghton Smith7,6823: ,,
    1935United States flag9,5435:,
    1934United States flag Paul Runyan 6,7677: Paul Runyan
    19339: Paul Runyan
    19324: Gene Sarazen
    19314:
    19308: Gene Sarazen
    19298: Houghton Smith
    19287:
    19277:
    19265:,
    19255:
    19245: Walter Hagen
    19235: Walter Hagen,
    19224: Walter Hagen
    19214:
    19204:
    19195:
    19181: Patrick Doyle, Walter Hagen,
    19172:,
    19163:

    Notes:

    1. Players with 2 wins in 2011: Keegan bradley, Luke Donald,, Steve Stricker,, Bubba Watson,
    2. Players with 2 wins in 1991:, Mark Brooks, Fred Couples,, Collie Paybin, Nick Price,, Ian Woosnam
    3. Players with 2 wins in 1983: Seve Ballesteros,,,,,,, Lanny Wadkins, Fuzzy zeller
    4. Players with 3 wins in 1969: Billy Casper,,, Jack Niclas

    TV relay

    America

    In the United States, the second half of the final roundCBSNBCIs broadcast.The entire qualifying round and the first half of the final roundGolf channelHas the right to broadcast.The broadcasting rights of major tournaments are not under the jurisdiction of the PGA Tour and are under the jurisdiction of the organizers of each tournament, so they will be described later.

    The rough broadcast calendar is a live broadcast of about 1 games a year from late January to the end of the season when CBS's NFL broadcast is over. NBC will broadcast the Players Championship, the flagship PGA Tournament, live from the end of February to the beginning of April (which CBS will not broadcast because it is a college basketball broadcast) (NBC will also be in charge of the event when it was held in May). ..In addition to the tournament held behind the major tournament, the golf channel will be exclusively broadcast from the beginning of the season to mid-January.The World Golf Championships will be broadcast by each company according to this relay calendar.In the three playoff games including the final tour championship, CBS and NBC shared the broadcasting rights for each game, but from 20, NBC and CBS will share the broadcasting rights for each year.In addition, there is flexibility between CBS and NBC, and during the NBC Winter Olympics broadcast, CBS will be used for CBS.Super bowlWhen broadcasting, it will be broadcast on NBC.

    For major tournaments, CBS and ESPN will be in charge of Masters and PGA Championship, and NBC and Golf Channel will be in charge of the British Open and US Open.The Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup will be broadcast by NBC and the Golf Channel.

    CBS commentary and commentary
    NBC/Golf Channel commentary and commentary

    Japan

    In JapanNHK BS1Golf networkBroadcasts most of the games on.The golf network will broadcast live in the qualifying round and the first half of the final round.BS1 will broadcast live in the latter half of the final round, and the Golf Network will broadcast recorded broadcasts (players championships and tour championships (most games until 2010) will be broadcast live only in the first half of the entire schedule).However, the final round may be broadcast live on the golf network (it will be broadcast in parallel with BS1), or it may be exclusively broadcast on the golf network for the entire schedule.In addition, the World Golf Championship will be broadcast live on BS1 for the entire schedule, and the highlight program will be broadcast on the terrestrial general TV at midnight of the day, and the golf network will be broadcast live only in the first half.

    The major tournaments are the golf network in the three tournaments except the Masters, and the MastersTBS seriesSo, the British Open isTV Asahi seriesBoth will be broadcast live throughout the day.

    Once in JapanThe Golf ChannelBut some games were broadcast (discontinued without being integrated into the golf network in 2012), and Sony Open in Hawaii until 2008.Fuji TV seriesWas being broadcast on.

    NHK dispatches staff and announcers to the World Golf Championship series, but usually it is broadcast from a studio in Tokyo, inserting reports from local reporters at any time.

    Performers on NHK BS1
    • Mitsutaka Sado(Golf lighter)
    • (Professional golfer)
    • Rex Kuramoto(Professional golfer / golf writer)
    • Reporter for the local sports club
    The real condition
    Performers in the golf network
    • Daisuke Shindo (Pro Caddy)
    • Nobuhito Sato (professional golfer)
    • (Professional golfer)
    • Seiichi Numazawa(Professional golfer)
    • Bamboo Oyama(Professional golfer)
    The real condition

    footnote

    [How to use footnotes]
    1. ^ "Nikkei Golf Guide-Professional, Professional Matches and "Sudden Invitations" Surprise". Nihon Keizai Shimbun. April 2011, 8Browse.
    2. ^ "ABOUT PGA TOUR”. PGA Tour. April 2011, 8Browse.
    3. ^ Name changed from 2019. Before that, it was called "Web.com Tour" or "Nationwide Tour."
    4. ^ PGA TOUR (FEDEX CUP) 126th-200nd player and several 75th players in the Korn/Ferry Tour play-off series
    5. ^ US PGA Tour XNUMX new system(Japan Golf Tour Promotion Association August 2012 issue)
    6. ^ Yoichi Katsurakawa (August 2015, 8). “This time, “Westward Route” Satoshi Kodaira's route to re-challenge the US tour [Domestic Men's JGTO JGA]”. Golf Digest Online. April 2016, 2Browse.
    7. ^ "2016-17 PGA TOUR Eligibility Ranking”. PGA Tour. April 2017, 8Browse.
    8. ^ "2017-18 PGA TOUR Medical Extensions”. PGA Tour. April 2017, 8Browse.

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