SIX 2017 Q-School Contests

Contest 1: January 23-26, 2017
PGA National | Martin Downs Golf Club
Winner: Jamie Sindelar
Contest 2: March 20-24, 2017
PGA National | West Palm Beach GC
Winner: Chase Koepka
Contest 3: May 22-25, 2017
Indian Spring | PGA National Estates

Contest 4: June 19-22,2017
Venue TBA

Contest 5: August 7-10, 2017
PGA National Fazio

Contest 6: September 12-15, 2017
PGA National Champion Course
Host of PGA TOUR Honda Classic

We are The Q-School Tour.

Minor League Golf is a proven professional golf training ground that prepares players and provides a path up to status tours.

Last year (2016) we ran 5 week long contests year where the winner received a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Qualifying School. This year (2017) we are running 6 Q-School Contests.

So far 20 Q-School Entries and Ten $1,000 Web.com Monday Qualifier Bonuses have been awarded.

ALL WINNERS WILL BE REIMBURSED AFTER THEY PLAY IN THEIR FIRST STAGE. IF YOU ARE NOT GOING THIS YEAR YOU CAN USE THE MONEY TOWARDS NEXT YEARS Q-SCHOOL.

Rules of Minor League Golf Web.com Q-School Contests

  • A Player can only win one Web.com Q-school contest per calendar year
  • Contest will follow MLGT policy for a weather shortened event.
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  • In the instance that more than 25 players sign up for the $200 contest the balance after the $4,500 - $5,200 Web.com Q-school spot is paid will go towards the 2nd place finisher's Web.com Q-school entry
  • If less than 25 players sign up for the Web.com Q-school contest the Minor League Golf Tour will pay the difference, so a full Web.com Q-school entry is paid out
  • If a Player wins the contest and uses $2,700 to compete in Web.com Q-school pre-qualifying and does not make it through, the balance of the contest money ($2,500) will go towards their Web.com Q-school entry fee next year

The Format

Each contest consists of two consecutive 2-Day events with the winner being the player with the lowest total for the consecutive four days of play.

Each contest simulates a Q-School stage.

Entry into each week long Q-School Contest is $200 plus the entry fees into both of the 2-Day events.

This format allows other players to compete in either of the 2-Day events even if they choose not to participate in the contest.

Skins and a $200 Bonus Pool Option are available in each 2-Day event for those who want to play for more money.

Anybody who is planning on playing Q-school would be crazy to not play in these bonus events. I won the Q-school contest in 2009 and made it to final stage for the first time. I might not have been able to pay for Q-school if it wasn't for the MLGT! -- Justin Peters

2016 Q-School Contest 5 Winner Justin Hicks


DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - Justin Hicks from Grosse Ile, MI, wins the Minor League Golf Tour's Web.com Q-school Contest #5 in a sudden death playoff over Lee McCoy. The contest consisted of back to back 2-day events with the low 4-day total score winning a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Q-School.



25 players participated in the September Web.com Q-School contest creating a prize pool of $5,000. Justin Hicks is exempt into second stage at Q-School, so his entry fee is $4,000. The remainder of $1,000 will go towards the 2nd place finisher, Lee McCoy's Q-School entry fee.

2016 Q-School Contest 4 Winner Jordan Elsen


PALM CITY, Fla. - Jordan Elsen from Kenosha, WI, won the Minor League Golf Tour's Web.com Q-School contest #4 by one shot over Matthew Ceravolo.

The contest consisted of back to back 2-day events with the low 4-day total score winning a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Q-School.

Elsen entered the final round 5 shots behind overnight leader Matthew Ceravolo and fired a final round 62 Ceravolo's 68 win the contest by 1 shot.

2016 Q-School Contest 3 Winner Chase Koepka


PLANTATION, Fla. - Chase Koepka from West Palm Beach, FL, won the Minor League Golf Tour's Web.com Q-School contest #3 by three shots over Brandon Smith.

The contest consisted of back to back 2-day events with the low 4-day total score winning a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Q-School.

2016 Q-School Contest 2 Winner Greg O'Mahony


JUPITER, Fla. - Greg O'Mahony from Tequesta, FL, won the Minor League Golf Tour's Web.com Q-school Contest #2 by one stroke over Brandon Smith. The contest consisted of back to back 2-day events with the low 4-day total score winning a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Q-School.



27 players participated in the June Web.com Q-School contest creating a prize pool of $5,400. Greg O'Mahony is exempt into first stage at Q-School, so his entry fee will be $4,500. The remainder of $900 will go towards the 2nd place finisher, Brandon Smith's Q-School entry fee.

2016 Q-School Contest 1 Winner Ryan Gildersleeve


PALM CITY, Fla. - Ryan Gildersleeve from Clearwater, FL, won the Minor League Golf Tour's Web.com Q-school Contest #1 by one stroke over Carl McCauley. The contest consisted of back to back 2-day events with the low 4-day total score winning a full paid entry into 2016 Web.com Q-School.

2016 Q-School Contest Winners

Ryan Gildersleeve
Greg O'Mahony
Chase Koepka
Jordan Elsen
Justin Hicks

2011 Q-School Contest Winners

Jimmy Lytle
Derrick Bohannon
Steve LeBrun
David Johnson
Kyle Willmann

2010 Q-School Contest Winners

Steve LeBrun
Sunny Kim
Jon McLean
Dustin Cone
Brian Anderson

2019 Q-School Contest Winners

Justin Peters
Brett Bergeron

2012 Web.com $1,000 Monday Qualifier Bonus Winners

Brett Stegmaier
Ben Silverman (won twice)
Sunny Kim (won twice)
Derrick Bohannon (won twice)
Matt Springer
Alfredo Adrian
Tim Turpen

2011 Champions Q-School Contest Winner

Chris Peddicord

2010 Champions Q-School Contest Winner

Adam Adams
       

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