Golf Draft Kit: 2016-17 Web.com Qualifiers
Golf Draft Kit: 2016-17 Web.com Qualifiers

This article is part of our Golf Draft Kit series.

The following 50 golfers won 2016-17 PGA Tour cards from last season's Web.com Tour.

Rookies (R)

Wesley Bryan - R
2016-17 Projected Earnings:
$1,100,000
2015-16 Earnings: $178,729
2015-16 Events: 4

This is a sleeper to win and win fast. Contending won't be a surprise. He got a battlefield promotion, after all, for winning three Web.com Tour events in the same season and even was on the leaderboard at the John Deere Classic for a while before finishing T8. But the trick-shot artist has legitimate talent to win, and winning potentially as early as this fall would not surprise at all. And besides, he has a ton of positive mojo from 2016. He's long, can putt and has a confidence that's unique for someone who came from nowhere to something in 2016. Consider this: he only played 15 events on the Web.com Tour this year and still finished the season ranked first in putting average, second in birdie average and third in scoring average.

Bobby Wyatt - R
2016-17 Projected Earnings:
$850,000
2015-16 Earnings: $353,348
2015-16 Events: 6

Wyatt is known for two things: being on the national championship teams at Alabama and shooting 57 in a state tournament as an 18-year old in 2010. On the course last season he had an interesting road. Most notably, he finished fourth at the Zurich Classic while playing on a sponsor's exemption and with no status. That helped him get 137 Non-Member FedEx Cup points, which gave him entry into the Web.com

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