Ryan Fox’s BMW PGA win puts PGA TOUR card, PLAYERS berth within reach

Ryan Fox’s BMW PGA win puts PGA TOUR card, PLAYERS berth within reach

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The win vaulted Fox from 30th to third in the DP World Tour’s season-long points race, the Race to Dubai. He trails only Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm in the rankings. Fox also moved atop the Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility .

This is the first year that the top 10 in the Race to Dubai who are not yet exempt on the PGA TOUR will earn PGA TOUR cards. The 10 TOUR cards for the 2024 season will be determined after the DP World Tour season concludes at the DP World Tour Championship on Nov. 16-19 in Dubai.

The No. 1 player in the Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility ranking will earn a spot in the 2024 PLAYERS Championship, as well.

Fox currently holds Special Temporary Membership on the PGA TOUR after top-30 finishes at multiple majors and Signature Events, including the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard (T14), THE PLAYERS (T27), World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play (T17), Masters Tournament (T26), PGA Championship (T23) and the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday (T30). His best finish this season is a T12 at the Genesis Scottish Open.

The win also moved Fox to No. 31 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

He supplanted Poland’s Adrian Meronk atop the Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility after Meronk finished T28 at the BMW PGA. Meronk has won twice this season, at the ISPS HANDA Australian Open and DS Automobiles Italian Open. Meronk is nearly 300 points behind Fox in the standings.

Min Woo Lee, Victor Perez and Alexander Bjork round out the top five of the rankings. European Ryder Cup rookie Robert MacIntyre ranks sixth after his runner-up to McIlroy at the Genesis Scottish Open. Joost Luiten, Thorbjorn Olesen, Romain Langasque and Yannik Paul are Nos. 7-10 in the ranking.

South Africa’s Thriston Lawrence is 11th in the Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility, followed by Spain’s Jorge Campillo.

There are seven events remaining in the DP World Tour Rankings, including this week’s Cazoo Open de France. Seven of the top 10 in the Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility rankings are in the field: Fox, Lee, Perez, Bjork, MacIntyre, Olesen and Paul.

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Golf: Kiwi Ryan Fox earns PGA Tour card with finish at PGA Championship

Ryan Fox in action at the PGA Championship. Credits: Image - Getty, video - Sky Sport

Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox has been rewarded for another solid performance at a Major tournament, gaining entry to the American PGA Tour.

After briefly leading on the opening day, Fox, 36, finished tied for 23rd in the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, New York, 12 strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka, but further enhancing his growing reputation in the United States.

Until now, his career has been based predominantly on the European Tour, where he was named Golfer of the Year, after finishing second behind four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy on overall standings last year.

Off the back of a 26th placing at the US Masters in April, Fox's latest showing has seen him awarded special temporary status on the PGA Tour, along with Aussie Min Woo Lee, who finished tied for 18th.

"Solid week at the @pgachampionship for me and this is pretty cool to get," Fox posted on Instagram.

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Fox achieved his performance despite a preparation hampered by illness, Auckland flooding and the birth of his second daughter just days before the tournament.

The result sees him maintain his ranking of 41st in the world, after reaching a career-high 21st last year.

His new tour status gives him the choice of events on both sides of the Atlantic, as he builds towards the next Major of the year - the US Open at Brookline, Massachusetts in June.

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Ryan Fox is a New Zealand professional golfer playing on the PGA and DP World Tours. He is a three-time winner on the European Tour and earned his PGA Tour card for the 2024 season. 

Get to know Fox a little bit better with these 20 facts…

1. Ryan Fox was born on 22 January 1987 in Auckland, New Zealand.

2. His dad, Grant, played rugby for the All Blacks as a fly-half when New Zealand won the 1987 World Cup. He played 46 times for his country and scored 645 points.

3. His grandfather, Merv Wallace , played cricket for New Zealand in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

4. Fox turned professional in 2012.

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5. His first win as a professional came at the 2012 Fiji Open and then he won again a month later at the Tahiti Open.

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6. He has 17 professional wins and, after joining the DP World Tour, has picked up three titles, the most recent of which came at the 2023 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

7. He is a keen fisherman away from the golf course.

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8. Fox wears Peter Millar apparel and he is also signed up to use Srixon golf clubs too. He also has ties to Sports Inc, Taylormade and Footjoy.

9. He represented New Zealand when golf returned to the Olympics for the first time since 1904 in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. He finished T39 in the 60-player field. He also represented his country at the 2016 and 2018 World Cup of Golf.

10. His best finish in a Major came at the 2019 Open Championship, where he finished in a tie for 16th.

11. Fox is one of the longest hitters on the DP World Tour. He finished in the top 10 in driving distance on tour for six of the last seven years.

12. Over the last decade, he’s significantly improved in the putting arena – going from a below average putter on the DP World Tour to a top-10 player in Putts Per Green in Regulation.

13. ox's caddie is Dean Smith , a South African who has looped for several players on the DP World Tour. They've been together since 2022.

14. Fox married his wife, Anneke Ryff, in 2019. The couple have two daughters Isobel and Margot. 

15. He’s a keen sports fan, especially when it comes to New Zealand sport. He often golfs with current All Blacks rugby players and Kiwi cricket stars, and regularly posts on social media about sport. 

16. After one win and two top-threes in 2023 on the DP World Tour, he earned his PGA Tour card as one of the top-10 finishers on the season-long European standings.

17. He has won over $10 million in prize money during his career. 

18. His highest rank on the Official World Golf Ranking was 23rd when he won twice in 2022.

19. He is a late-bloomer, only earning his DP World Tour card in 2017 when he was in his 30s. 

20. His nickname with friends, family and fans is Foxy.

Who is Ryan Fox’s father?

Fox comes from a sporting family. His dad, Grant, is one of the greatest fly-halfs in New Zealand rugby history, and was an integral member of the All Blacks team that won the World Cup in 1987. Fox’s grandfather played cricket for New Zealand and was a former test captain.

How far does Ryan Fox hit the ball?

Fox has regularly averaged over 315 yards on the DP World Tour over the last few years. While not the most accurate from the tee, he hits it a mile. 

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Fox has won over $10 million in prize money across his career. He has won three times on the European tour.

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Superb back nine propels Ryan Fox in first round in Texas

Ryan Fox looks on during his opening round of the 2023 Dunhill Links Championship at Carnoustie.

Ryan Fox looks on during his opening round of the 2023 Dunhill Links Championship at Carnoustie. (Source: Getty)

It looked like another tough day was on the cards for Ryan Fox on the PGA Tour, until he made the back nine.

Fox has opened the Texas Open with a two-under par round of 70 after a superb recovery after the turn.

The Kiwi, ranked 49th in the world rankings, struggled with four bogeys and two birdies on the front nine to be two-over midway through, but from there he came alive.

Fox fired four birdies in five holes on the back nine and then another at the 17th to be right near the top of the leaderboard.

He couldn't see it out to end the round, with a wayward drive at 18 leading to a solitary bogey on the back nine, to card a two-under par round of 70.

At the end of his round, Fox was in a tie for sixth, with half the field still out on course.

The 37-year-old has been unable to find the best of his form that earned him a PGA Tour card, with his best finish this year on the main tour a tie for 35th and four missed cuts.

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2024 Zurich Classic Payouts: Complete Prize Money Breakdown For The PGA Tour's Only Team Event

Posted: April 30, 2024 | Last updated: April 30, 2024

<p>With $8.9 million up for grabs this week at TPC Avondale, check out how much money each player in the field earned this week at the PGA Tour's only team event, the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.</p>

2024 Zurich Classic Payouts: Complete Prize Money Breakdown For The PGA Tour’s Only Team Event

With $8.9 million up for grabs this week at TPC Avondale, check out how much money each player in the field earned this week at the PGA Tour's only team event, the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

<p>Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, and teammate Shane Lowry, of Ireland, right hold up their trophy after winning the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024. </p>

1. Rory McIlroy / Shane Lowry (-25) – $1,286,050 each

Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, and teammate Shane Lowry, of Ireland, right hold up their trophy after winning the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024.

<p>Chad Ramey, left, and teammate Martin Trainer, are interviewed on the 18th green after losing in a playoff to Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, and Shane Lowry, of Ireland, for the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024. </p>

2. Chad Ramey / Martin Trainer (-25) – $525,100 each

Chad Ramey, left, and teammate Martin Trainer, are interviewed on the 18th green after losing in a playoff to Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, and Shane Lowry, of Ireland, for the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024.

<p>Ryan Brehm, right and teammate Mark Hubbard discuss their next shot on the 17th green during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024. </p>

3. Ryan Brehm / Mark Hubbard (-24) – $343,763 each

Ryan Brehm, right and teammate Mark Hubbard discuss their next shot on the 17th green during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024.

<p>Garrick Higgo, of South Africa, watches his shot off the sixth tee during the third round of the John Deere Classic golf tournament, Saturday, July 8, 2023, at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill. </p>

T4. Garrick Higgo / Ryan Fox (-23) – $234,181 each

Garrick Higgo, of South Africa, watches his shot off the sixth tee during the third round of the John Deere Classic golf tournament, Saturday, July 8, 2023, at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill.

<p>Baby alligators sit on the bank of a water hazard as Sam Stevens tries to play his ball off the embankment of the ninth hole during the second round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Friday, April 26, 2024. </p>

T4. Sam Stevens / Paul Barjon (-23) – $234,181 each

Baby alligators sit on the bank of a water hazard as Sam Stevens tries to play his ball off the embankment of the ninth hole during the second round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Friday, April 26, 2024.

<p>Zac Blair, right, and Patrick Fishburn, second from right, finish off their round on the 18th hole during the third round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Saturday, April 27, 2024. </p>

T4. Zac Blair / Patrick Fishburn (-23) – $234,181 each

Zac Blair, right, and Patrick Fishburn, second from right, finish off their round on the 18th hole during the third round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Saturday, April 27, 2024.

<p>Nico Echavarria, of Colombia, and teammate Max Greyserman study their shot on the 17th green during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024. </p>

T4. Nico Echavarria / Max Greyserman (-23) – $234,181 each

Nico Echavarria, of Colombia, and teammate Max Greyserman study their shot on the 17th green during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024.

<p>Greyson Sigg follows his tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the 3M Open golf tournament at the Tournament Players Club in Blaine, Minn., Sunday, July 24, 2022. </p>

T8. Greyson Sigg / Chesson Hadley (-22) – $149,075 each

Greyson Sigg follows his tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the 3M Open golf tournament at the Tournament Players Club in Blaine, Minn., Sunday, July 24, 2022.

<p>Thomas Detry watches his chip shot onto the eighth green during the final round of the Houston Open golf tournament Sunday, March 31, 2024, in Houston. </p>

T8. Thomas Detry / Robert MacIntyre (-22) – $149,075 each

Thomas Detry watches his chip shot onto the eighth green during the final round of the Houston Open golf tournament Sunday, March 31, 2024, in Houston.

<p>Nick Taylor, of Canada, hits from the bunker on the 10th hole during a practice round in preparation for the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Wednesday, April 10, 2024, in Augusta, GA. </p>

10. Nick Taylor / Adam Hadwin (-21) – $122,375 each

Nick Taylor, of Canada, hits from the bunker on the 10th hole during a practice round in preparation for the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Wednesday, April 10, 2024, in Augusta, GA.

<p>Kelly Kraft watches his chip shot on the fifth hole during the first round of the Travelers Championship golf tournament at TPC River Highlands, Thursday, June 22, 2023, in Cromwell, Conn. </p>

T11. Kelly Kraft / Kevin Tway (-20) – $69,070 each

Kelly Kraft watches his chip shot on the fifth hole during the first round of the Travelers Championship golf tournament at TPC River Highlands, Thursday, June 22, 2023, in Cromwell, Conn.

<p>Austin Eckroat hits from the bunker on the second hole during the first round at the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Thursday, April 11, 2024, in Augusta, Ga. </p>

T11. Austin Eckroat / Chris Gotterup (-20) – $69,070 each

Austin Eckroat hits from the bunker on the second hole during the first round at the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Thursday, April 11, 2024, in Augusta, Ga.

<p>Brice Garnett checks his line on the second hole during the first round of The Players Championship golf tournament Thursday, March 14, 2024, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. </p>

T11. Brice Garnett / Sepp Straka (-20) – $69,070 each

Brice Garnett checks his line on the second hole during the first round of The Players Championship golf tournament Thursday, March 14, 2024, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

<p>Michael Kim hits off the 15th tee during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024. </p>

T11. K.H. Lee / Michael Kim (-20) – $69,070 each

Michael Kim hits off the 15th tee during the final round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Sunday, April 28, 2024.

<p>Matt Fitzpatrick reacts as his putt just misses on the 16th green during the third round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Saturday, April 27, 2024. </p>

T11. Matt Fitzpatrick / Alex Fitzpatrick (-20) – $69,070 each

Matt Fitzpatrick reacts as his putt just misses on the 16th green during the third round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Saturday, April 27, 2024.

<p>Charley Hoffman chips on the 18th hole during the first round of the Texas Open golf tournament, Thursday, April 4, 2024, in San Antonio. </p>

T11. Charley Hoffman / Nick Watney (-20) – $69,070 each

Charley Hoffman chips on the 18th hole during the first round of the Texas Open golf tournament, Thursday, April 4, 2024, in San Antonio.

<p>Corey Conners, of Canada, watches his tee shot on the sixth hole during the second round of the RBC Heritage golf tournament, Friday, April 19, 2024, in Hilton Head Island, S.C. </p>

T11. Corey Conners / Taylor Pendrith (-20) – $69,070 each

Corey Conners, of Canada, watches his tee shot on the sixth hole during the second round of the RBC Heritage golf tournament, Friday, April 19, 2024, in Hilton Head Island, S.C.

<p>Callum Tarren, of England, lines up his putt with teammate David Skinns, of England, standing, during the second round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Friday, April 26, 2024. </p>

T11. Callum Tarren / David Skinns (-20) – $69,070 each

Callum Tarren, of England, lines up his putt with teammate David Skinns, of England, standing, during the second round of the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Friday, April 26, 2024.

<p>T19 Chandler Phillips and Jacob Bridgeman -19 $37,380 each</p> <p>T19 Peter Malnati and Russell Knox -19 $37,380 each</p> <p>T19 Luke List and Henrik Norlander -19 $37,380 each</p> <p>T19 Zach Johnson and Ryan Palmer -19 $37,380 each</p> <p>T23 Collin Morikawa and Kurt Kitayama -18 $23,763 each</p> <p>T23 Mac Meissner and Austin Smotherman -18 $23,763 each</p> <p>T23 Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele -18 $23,763 each</p> <p>T23 Davis Thompson and Andrew Novak -18 $23,763 each</p> <p>T23 Aaron Rai and David Lipsky -18 $23,763 each</p> <p>T28 Nick Hardy and Davis Riley -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Brandon Wu and James Nicholas -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Doug Ghim and Chan Kim -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Kevin Yu and C.T. Pan -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Dylan Wu and Justin Lower -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Ben Kohles and Patton Kizzire -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Harry Hall and Scott Piercy -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>T28 Keith Mitchell and Joel Dahmen -17 $19,135 each</p> <p>36 Matt Wallace and Thorbjorn Olesen -16 $17,533 each</p> <p>37 Ben Taylor and Sean O'Hair -15 $17,177 each</p> <p>38 Nate Lashley and Rafa Campos -14 $16,821 each</p> <p>39 Vincent Norrman and Jorge Campillo -13 $16,465 each</p> <p>40 Chez Reavie and Brandt Snedeker -9 $16,109 each</p> <p>The post <a href="https://clubhouse.swingu.com/tour/2024-zurich-classic-payouts-complete-prize-money-breakdown-for-the-pga-tours-only-team-event/">2024 Zurich Classic Payouts: Complete Prize Money Breakdown For The PGA Tour's Only Team Event</a> first appeared on <a href="https://clubhouse.swingu.com">SwingU Clubhouse</a>.</p>

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T19 Chandler Phillips and Jacob Bridgeman -19 $37,380 each

T19 Peter Malnati and Russell Knox -19 $37,380 each

T19 Luke List and Henrik Norlander -19 $37,380 each

T19 Zach Johnson and Ryan Palmer -19 $37,380 each

T23 Collin Morikawa and Kurt Kitayama -18 $23,763 each

T23 Mac Meissner and Austin Smotherman -18 $23,763 each

T23 Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele -18 $23,763 each

T23 Davis Thompson and Andrew Novak -18 $23,763 each

T23 Aaron Rai and David Lipsky -18 $23,763 each

T28 Nick Hardy and Davis Riley -17 $19,135 each

T28 Brandon Wu and James Nicholas -17 $19,135 each

T28 Doug Ghim and Chan Kim -17 $19,135 each

T28 Kevin Yu and C.T. Pan -17 $19,135 each

T28 Dylan Wu and Justin Lower -17 $19,135 each

T28 Ben Kohles and Patton Kizzire -17 $19,135 each

T28 Harry Hall and Scott Piercy -17 $19,135 each

T28 Keith Mitchell and Joel Dahmen -17 $19,135 each

36 Matt Wallace and Thorbjorn Olesen -16 $17,533 each

37 Ben Taylor and Sean O'Hair -15 $17,177 each

38 Nate Lashley and Rafa Campos -14 $16,821 each

39 Vincent Norrman and Jorge Campillo -13 $16,465 each

40 Chez Reavie and Brandt Snedeker -9 $16,109 each

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It pays to play well on the PGA Tour. Just ask  this week’s winners, Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy .

The Ryder Cup teammates won the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana in Avondale on Sunday after a one-hole playoff against Chad Ramey and Martin Trainer. The win is the 25th of McIlroy’s career and third of Lowry’s on the PGA Tour.

McIlroy and Lowry will each bank $1,286,050, while Ramey and Trainer will earn $525,100 as a consolation prize. Ryan Brehm and Mark Hubbard finished a shot back in third and will take home $343,763 a piece.

With $8.9 million up for grabs, check out how much money each PGA Tour player earned this week at the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

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2024 Zurich Classic money: Here’s how much every player made 

Rory McIlroy smiles Sunday at the Zurich Classic.

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The Zurich Classic of New Classic may be a team event, but that doesn’t mean a win this week isn’t life-changing.

While stars like the Irish duo of Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry have their futures secure, teams like Zac Blair/Patrick Fishburn, Chad Ramey/Martin Trainer and Ryan Brehm/Mark Hubbard stand to gain a lot more.

There are no world-ranking points available this week, but each member of the winning team still receives a two-year exemption on the PGA Tour, even if they aren’t currently a member, and 400 FedEx Cup points. They’d also gain entrance into this season’s three remaining Signature Events, the next coming in two weeks at the Wells Fargo Championship.

“Yeah, it’s kind of why you’re out here playing is to have opportunities like this,” Blair said Saturday night. “I’ve been out here a handful of years now, so I know that they don’t come that often, and so we’ll do our best to go take advantage of it.”

But ultimately, the rich got richer as McIlroy and Lowry prevailed in a playoff over Trainer and Ramey for their 25th and third PGA Tour wins, respectively.

Each player of the winning team also comes away with $1.286 million for their troubles. The total purse is $8.9 million .

How much every player made at the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans

(Final payouts will be updated upon conclusion of the event)

1. Rory McIlroy/Shane Lowry $1.286 million (per player)

2. Chad Ramey/Martin Trainer $525,100

3. Ryan Brehm/Mark Hubbard $343,762

T4. Garrick Higgo/Ryan Fox $234,181.25 Sam Stevens/Paul Barjon Zac Blair/Patrick Fishburn Nico Echavarria/Max Greyserman

T8. Greyson Sigg/Chesson Hadley $149,075 Thomas Detry/Robert MacIntyre

10. Nick Taylor/Adam Hadwin $122,375

T11. Kelly Kraft/Kevin Tway $69,069.37 Austin Eckroat/Chris Gotterup Brice Garnett/Sepp Straka K.H. Lee/Michael Kim Matt Fitzpatrick/Alex Fitzpatrick Charley Hoffman/Nick Watney Corey Conners/Taylor Pendrith Callum Tarren/David Skinns

T19. Chandler Phillips/Jacob Bridgeman $37,380 Peter Malnati/Russell Knox Luke List/Henrik Norlander Zach Johnson/Ryan Palmer

T23. Collin Morikawa/Kurt Kitayama $23,764.80 Mac Meissner/Austin Smotherman Patrick Cantlay/Xander Schauffele Davis Thompson/Andrew Novak Aaron Rai/David Lipsky

T28. Nick Hardy/Davis Riley $19,135 Brandon Wu/James Nicholas Doug Ghim/Chan Kim Kevin Yu/C.T. Pan Dylan Wu/Justin Lower Ben Kohles/Patton Kizzire Harry Hall/Scott Piercy Keith Mitchell/Joel Dahmen

36. Matt Wallace/Thorbjorn Oleson $17,533

37. Ben Taylor/Sean O’Hair $17,177

38. Nate Lashley/Rafael Campos $16,821

39. Vincent Norrman/Jorge Campillo $16,465

40. Chez Reavie/Brant Snedeker $16,109

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DP World Tour: Ryan Fox looking to improve claim for top PGA Tour card at Nedbank Golf Challenge

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Ryan Fox will look to replicate the form that saw him finish second in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in 2022. Photo / AP

Ryan Fox has had a year to remember, but there’s one more goal he wants to achieve.

The world No 27 golfer has ticked off plenty of career milestones this year from playing in the Masters to earning special temporary membership for the PGA Tour and winning one of the DP World Tour’s biggest tournaments.

But over the next two weeks, Fox is chasing Adrian Meronk in a bid to finish his year at the top.

Heading into this week’s Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City in South Africa, Poland’s Meronk sits one spot above Fox in the DP World Tour rankings – just 1.8 points ahead of his Kiwi counterpart.

The pair currently sit third and fourth in the standings, but with leaders Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm already with PGA Tour cards for 2024, Fox is hoping to be the highest-ranked golfer eligible for qualification through the DP World Tour.

The top 10 golfers on the DP World Tour at the end of the season who don’t already have a PGA Tour card for 2024 earn one , however there is an incentive to earn one as the highest-ranked player.

The top finisher who is not already exempt on the PGA Tour will be fully exempt for the following Tour season , similar to players who finish in the top 125 in the FedEx Cup, while also earning entry into the Players Championship.

The other nine players will earn cards but will join the Tour ranked lower on the PGA Tour priority list , meaning they are more likely to miss out if an event has too many entries.

“There are some nice bonuses or some nice extra events next year for getting that card, so that’s the main focus for the next couple of weeks,” Fox told the Herald .

“I’ve just got to keep doing what I’ve been doing over these past couple of months while I’ve been back in Europe. This is a tough golf course this week, there’s a lot of trouble, it’s pretty narrow, we’re at altitude, the wind swirls and it’s going to be really hot. There’s a lot to try and figure out this week on the golf course.”

Meronk overtook Fox on the season standings by winning the Andalucía Masters in late October. Fox, who was solid tee to green but had some struggles with his putting, finished in a tie for 52nd. Fellow Kiwi Daniel Hillier finished in a tie for 19th and now sits 27th in the standings.

Fox heads into the Nedbank Challenge after finishing the tournament in second place in 2022, just one shot behind winner Tommy Fleetwood (-11).

Reflecting on last year’s event, Fox said he learned how best to approach the tough course after having a best finish of 50th in three previous attempts.

“It’s a week to pick your moments to go aggressively. I did that really well last year but it’s something I hadn’t done previously around here before. That little change of mindset and picking your times to take the golf course on certainly made a difference,” Fox said.

“The main goal for this week is try to stay out of trouble and kind of play the opposite of my natural game; not play too aggressive and just try to be there or thereabouts come Sunday.

“You can shoot a score around here if you do get it going – Tommy Fleetwood has done that a couple of times winning around here – so that’s the goal for the week; stay out of trouble for the most part then see if I can put a low one together over the weekend.”

Christopher Reive joined the Herald sports team in 2017, bringing the same versatility to his coverage as he does to his sports viewing habits.

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Rory McIlroy claims 25th PGA Tour victory, teaming with Shane Lowry to win Zurich Classic in a playoff

Rory McIlroy (left) and teammate Shane Lowry were all smiles after winning the PGA Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La.

Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans team event Sunday, beating Chad Ramey and Martin Trainer with a par on the first hole of a playoff.

Trainer pushed a 6-foot par putt to the right of the cup to end it, with Lowry and McIlroy sharing a smiling embrace on the green.

The 34-year-old McIlroy, playing in the event for the first time, won his 25th PGA Tour title and first of the season. Lowry claimed his third PGA Tour victory.

The Irish tandem closed with a 4-under-par 68 in the alternate-shot final round to match Ramey and Trainer at 25-under 263.

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Ramey and Trainer began the day tied for 27th at 16 under and shot to the top of the leaderboard with nine birdies between the seventh and 18th holes. They tied the alternate-shot tournament record of 63, but then had to wait nearly three hours to see if their lead would stand up.

They struggled to execute on the playoff hole. Trainer pulled his drive into the left rough, Ramey also yanked his approach left off the cart path and into the wall below the suites around the 18th green. Trainer then chipped short before Ramey finally got his team on the green.

Lowry narrowly missed his mark twice on the playoff hole, putting an approach in a bunker and then leaving a birdie putt for the victory on the edge of the cup.

But Lowry came through when he had to on the 18th, forcing the playoff with a short birdie putt on the par-5 hole, capitalizing on McIlroy’s deft lofted chip from the apron that stopped close to the pin.

Ryan Brehm and Mark Hubbard were nearly in the playoff as well. Needing a birdie, they went long off the 18th green on their second shot. Hubbard’s chip up the back apron stopped short on the fringe, but Brehm still nearly sank a birdie putt from there, leaving the ball near the right edge of the cup as the crowd gasped. They finished third at 24 under.

Former BYU teammates Patrick Fishburn and Zach Blair, the leaders after three rounds, were still tied for the lead heading to 17, only to make a double bogey after Blair’s tee shot landed right of the green and Fishburn chipped short. They wound up in a four-way tie for fourth at 23 under.

Defending champions Nick Taylor and Adam Hadwin finished 10th after their final-round 71 left them at 21 under.

LPGA — Hannah Green won LPGA Tour’s JM Eagle LA Championship for the second straight year Sunday, holing out twice from off the greens in a pivotal back-nine stretch at challenging Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles, Calif.

A year after making a 25-foot birdie on the final hole of regulation and winning on the second hole of a playoff, Green — with help from Maja Stark — took the late drama out of this one for her fifth LPGA Tour victory and second of the year.

“It’s really kind to me,” Green said about the course. “I felt like a couple times today almost got like a member bounce. I, obviously, really am fond of the golf club and joked that they didn’t approve it with me that they were making alterations. I love it here.”

Green closed with a 5-under 66 to beat Stark by three strokes. The 27-year-old Australian, also the winner early last month in Singapore, finished at 12-under 272 on the tree-lined layout with poa annua greens that become bumpy late in the day.

Green began the key run with a chip-in birdie on the par-3 12th and made a 6-foot birdie putt on the par-5 13th. Then, after Stark bogeyed the par-4 16th two groups ahead, Green ran in a 25-footer for eagle from the fringe on 15 to open a four-stroke lead, and made it 5 under in five holes with a birdie on 16.

“When I chipped in on 12 I kind of felt like I really snagged one there,” Green said. “I really like the 13th hole and also played the 15th really well. When I made eagle on 15 that kind of sealed the deal. I did see Maja got it to 9 under so I know what I needed to do. Usually, I make it really tricky on myself and only win by a shot.”

Stark finished with a 68, rebounding from the bogey on 16 to birdie the final two holes. The 24-year-old Swede also finished second last week outside Houston in The Chevron Championship, two strokes behind top-ranked Nelly Korda in the first major of the year.

LIV — Three-time PGA Tour winner Brendan Steele held off a fast finishing Louis Oosthuizen to win the LIV Golf Adelaide tournament at The Grange Golf Club in Australia by one stoke.

The 41-year-old Steele shot a final-round 68 Sunday for a 54-hole total of 18-under 198 to earn his first victory since he won his second Safeway Open in 2017 on the PGA Tour.

Steele had a streak of five consecutive birdies early in the round, before some putting jitters appeared in his back nine to open the door for a fast finishing pack of challenges including Oosthuizen, and former previous Masters winners Charl Schwartzel (64) and Jon Rahm (64).

“Yeah, I was telling myself that I knew there was going to be hard moments today regardless of the result and that I just needed to get back in there and start playing with freedom again,” Steele said moments after winning.

“And, and I was able to hit some good shots after that and write the show.”

South Africa’s Oosthuizen shot 65 to finish second at 17-under 199, and had drawn within one stroke of Steele late in Sunday’s final round, only for the American to make some clutch pars in the final holes to clinch victory.

Oosthuizen’s compatriot Schwartzel and Rahm were among a group of five players at 16-under 200, with Joaquin Niemann (66), Andy Ogletree (65) and Dean Burgmester (67) in a tie for third.

Former world No.1 Rahm had an eagle and six birdies in his 8-under 64 but had left too much ground to catch up on Steele on the final day to capture his first title since joining the LlV tour in December.

Last year’s winner Talor Gooch shot 70 and finshed in a tie for 26th at 10-under.

Champions — Stephen Ames celebrated his 60th birthday with a successful title defense in the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, closing with a 5-under 67 on Sunday for his eighth PGA Tour Champions victory.

A stroke behind Paul Broadhurst after matching the tournament record Saturday with a 64, Ames had two eagles in the final round. He won by four strokes, finishing at 14-under 202 at TPC Sugarloaf for his record third victory in the event.

Broadhurst, the 58-year-old Englishman coming off a victory last week in the Invited Celebrity Classic, closed with a 72 to tie for second with Doug Barron (69). K.J. Choi (70) and Steven Alker (71) were 9 under.

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