Web.com qualifier scheduled for Dayton Valley Golf Club
The first stage of Web.com Tour qualifying will be held at Dayton Valley Golf Club on Oct. 9-12.
This is the 24th straight year for the qualifier to be held at Dayton Valley Golf Club.
This is the sixth-time Q-school for the Web.com Tour will be conducted on the Arnold Palmer-designed course at Dayton Valley Golf Club.
The Web.com Tour is the path to PGA Tour membership. Twenty-five new 2018-19 PGA Tour members were determined from the top 25 money winners on the 2018 Web.com Tour. Another 25 new PGA Tour Cards were determined for the 2018-19 season during the Web.com Tour Championship played Sept. 20-23. It was the last of four tournaments in the Web.Com Tour Finals Series.
The Web.com Tour qualifying process is comprised of five 54-hole pre-qualifying tournaments and three stages of 72-hole tournament qualifying to determine the final number of new members on the 2019 Web.com Tour.
The 2018 Q-school began with pre-qualifying tournaments at five sites in August and September. A total of 193 players qualified for the first stage from a total pre-qualifying field of 339.
Dayton Valley is one of 12 sites across the country hosting first stage qualifying tournaments during the last week of September and first two weeks of October. Second stage qualifying will be played at five sites in November.
The final stage will be played Dec. 6-9 at Whirlwind Golf Club, Devils Claw and The Cattail courses, in Chandler, Ariz.
Approximately 75 players will play at each first stage site.
Tee times for each day will be approximately at 9 a.m., each day barring frost delays off both the first and 10th tees.