Sixteen of the top 50 players posted wins during the fall 2021 season, including six of the top 15 players in the Velocity World Ranking. RJ missing (Washington) took the biggest step in the top 10, recording two wins and four top-three finishes to move from 19th to 6th. Two more players entered the top 10 after winning a fall event – Jackson suber by Ole Miss (11th to 8th) and Joe highsmith by Pepperdine (13th to 10th).
Two players dominated PGA TOUR University in the first half of the season, with Pierceson Coody (Texas) taking first place for the first five weeks, and Sam bennett (Texas A&M) ending fall # 1. As the top ranked player, Bennett got an exemption in the Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic of the DP World Tour, from January 27 to 30.
Golf Channel goes to televise three male college events in the spring, starting with the Southwestern Invitational at the North Ranch Golf Club, Jan. 24-26. The broadcast schedule also includes the Western Intercollegiate (April 11-13) and the NCAA Championship (May 30-June 1).
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Six University PGA TOUR alumni will open the 2022 Korn Ferry Tour season next week at the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic in Sandals Emerald Bay. Trevor Werbylo is totally exempt this season after winning the Forme Tour points title last summer. Jonathan brightwell and Michael feagle each won 12 guaranteed starts after finishing in the top 10 in Final stage of Q-School in November, while Mac Meissner, Garett Reband and Davis thompson each won eight starts.
Week 4 tournaments (January 24-30)
Arizona Intercollegiate (January 24-25)
Tucson Country Club | Tucson, Arizona
Southwestern invitation (January 24 to 26)
North Ranch Golf Club | Westlake Village, California
the Velocity World Ranking is designed to identify the best college golfers based on their earnings, competitiveness, and performance throughout the season. It is developed in partnership with the World Amateur Golf Ranking®, which ranks the best amateur golfers based on their average performance in counting events, and it includes the last two years of competition in the division’s men’s golf tournaments. I of the NCAA and the official PGA. TOUR tournaments.
Note: The complete University PGA TOUR record of each player can be viewed by clicking on the (+) icon in the rightmost column of the World speed rankingg website.