This article is part of our The Reshuffle List series.
As we begin 2017 it's time for an update on the PGA Tour Reshuffle List, which had its first namesake move happen at the conclusion of last fall's RSM Classic. And contrary to last season, three players have already graduated:
Cody Gribble – Winning as a rookie is impressive. Winning in your second start of as a PGA Tour member is even more impressive. Gribble, a powerful lefty who helped Texas win a national title as a collegian, won the Sanderson Farms Championship by four shots, ensuring a place to play for basically three years and getting into many big events (albeit not the Masters) in 2017. For the week he ranked ninth in strokes gained-off the tee, first in SG-putting (nice combo) and first in birdies with 26. With an offseason to take it all in and the talent that helped win that national championship alongside Jordan Spieth, Gribble could do big things in 2017.
Rod Pampling – Of the seven winners this fall, five fall into what most would call the "unlikely" category. Pampling (along with Pat Perez) tops the list. Pampling wasn't hurt but just hadn't shown sharp form in years; his last PGA Tour win was at Bay Hill in 2006 and was coming off a 2015-16 PGA Tour season where his best finish was a 26th in Puerto Rico. He needed the Web.com Tour Finals to get his card back and then won in his third start of the wraparound season, taking the