1992 Ben Hogan Tour

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The 1992 Ben Hogan Tour season was the third season of the Ben Hogan Tour, the PGA Tour's official developmental tour, now known as the Web.com Tour. The top ten players on the final money list earned PGA Tour cards for 1993.

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Schedule

The season ran from February 14 to October 18 and consisted of 30 events. All of the tournament names began with "Ben Hogan", e. g. "Ben Hogan Yuma Open"; this is eliminated here for brevity. [1]

DateTournamentLocationWinner
Feb 16 Yuma Open Arizona Flag of the United States.svg Paul Goydos (1)
Mar 1 South Texas Open Texas Flag of the United States.svg Brian Henninger (1)
Mar 8 Louisiana Open Louisiana Flag of the United States.svg Sean Murphy (1)
Mar 15 Lake City Classic Florida Flag of the United States.svg Tim Loustalot (1)
Mar 22 Panama City Beach Classic Florida Flag of the United States.svg Brian Kamm (1)
Mar 29 Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic Mississippi Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Glen Hnatiuk (1)
Apr 5 Pensacola Open Florida Flag of the United States.svg Rick Dalpos (2)
Apr 19 Shreveport Open Louisiana Flag of the United States.svg Ted Tryba (3)
Apr 26 Macon Open Georgia Flag of the United States.svg Brian Henninger (2)
May 3 South Carolina Classic South Carolina Flag of the United States.svg John Flannery (2)
May 10 Greater Greenville Classic South Carolina Flag of the United States.svg Russell Beiersdorf (2)
May 17 Knoxville Open Tennessee Flag of the United States.svg Brian Henninger (3)
Jun 7 Quicksilver Open Pennsylvania Flag of the United States.svg John Flannery (3)
Jun 14 Cleveland Open Ohio Flag of the United States.svg David Jackson (1)
Jun 21 Connecticut Open Connecticut Flag of the United States.svg Jon Christian (1)
Jun 28 New England Classic Maine Flag of the United States.svg Greg Bruckner (1)
Jul 12 Fort Wayne Open Indiana Flag of the United States.svg Russell Beiersdorf (3)
Jul 19 Dakota Dunes Open South Dakota Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Rick Todd (2)
Jul 26 Hawkeye Open Iowa Flag of the United States.svg John Dowdall (1)
Aug 2 Greater Ozarks Open Missouri Flag of the United States.svg Lennie Clements (1)
Aug 9 Wichita Charity Classic Kansas Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jeff Woodland (2)
Aug 16 Texarkana Open Arkansas Flag of the United States.svg Perry Moss (1)
Aug 23 Tulsa Open Oklahoma Flag of the United States.svg Steve Lowery (1)
Aug 30 Permian Basin Open Texas Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Smith (1)
Sep 13 Tri-Cities Open Washington Flag of the United States.svg Rick Pearson (2)
Sep 20 Boise Open Idaho Flag of the United States.svg Jaime Gomez (1)
Sep 27 Utah Classic Utah Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jeff Woodland (3)
Oct 4 Sonoma County Open California Flag of the United States.svg John Flannery (4)
Oct 11 Bakersfield Open California Flag of the United States.svg Tom Garner (2)
Oct 18 Fresno Open California Flag of the United States.svg Mike Springer (4)

Money list

The top ten players on the final money list earned PGA Tour cards for 1993. [2] [3]

RankPlayerCountryEarnings ($)
1 John Flannery Flag of the United States.svg  United States 164,115
2 Brian Henninger Flag of the United States.svg  United States 128,301
3 Steve Lowery Flag of the United States.svg  United States 114,553
4 Ted Tryba Flag of the United States.svg  United States 105,952
5 David Jackson Flag of the United States.svg  United States 104,222
6 Jeff Woodland Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 102,326
7 Brian Kamm Flag of the United States.svg  United States 88,608
8 Rick Dalpos Flag of the United States.svg  United States 78,540
9 Russell Beiersdorf Flag of the United States.svg  United States 77,847
10 Jaime Gomez Flag of the United States.svg  United States 75,271

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References

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  2. "Web.com Tour past players gaining exempt PGA Tour status". PGA Tour. Archived from the original on October 5, 2016. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
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