Pros advice

Matt Harmon loses out on PGA Tour card in agonising fashion

Golf is a cruel game. And, at times, a painfully unforgiving one.

At the Web.com Tour Championship, Matt Harmon was on the receiving end of such cruelty. The top 25 from the Web.com Tour Finals progress to earn their PGA Tour cards for the following season. Harmon started the week just outside that bracket in 29th, and was feeling pretty good.

However, that solid performance through the previous three rounds saw him T16 and projected to creep inside that mark. It even looked good through 16 holes of the final round at Atlantic Beach CC as he was sitting nicely on two-under-par.

Then disaster struck. Harmon missed a 3ft putt for birdie on the 17th to climb to three-under, and that trend continued to the final hole, only this time he three-putted for bogey and subsequently fell out of the top 25.



After that above clip ended, Harmon snapped his putter in two before storming to the scoring area.





Keep up to date with all the latest news & videos
Latest News
  • OnlineGolf News: Russell Knox ‘not playing pro golf to make friends'

    “I’m not playing professional golf to make friends,” said Russell Knox, the current world No.66...
    Read more

  • OnlineGolf News: European Tour awards Jon Rahm Rookie of the Year, but not everyone is happy about it

    The European Tour’s decision to award Jon Rahm the Rookie of the Year award hasn’t gone down too well with some people, causing quite the stir in the golfing world...
    Read more

  • OnlineGolf News: 15 highest paid golfers of 2017

    The list of golf’s highest paid golfers of 2017 has been released, with some surprising entries this year. So take a look at the top-15 highest-earning golfers of 2017…
    Read more

club.news.more
Latest Videos
  • Video: TaylorMade Milled Grind Golf Wedge

    When you're in the scoring zone and you need a golf club to help you score low, then look no further than the Milled Grind wedge from TaylorMade. This fantastic golf wedge has been created from 8620 carbon steel with bronze finish that offers great feel and touch.
    Read more

  • Video: Mizuno MP-18 Steel Irons

    The Mizuno MP-18 steel iron is a throwback to the muscle-backs of the past...
    Read more

  • GolfBuddy WTX GPS Watch

    This lightweight and slim GPS watch displays dynamic green view, hazard and layup points, giving you accurate distance information and insight you need to play the golf course with more confidence. With automatic hole recognition and access to over 40,000 golf courses around the globe.
    Read more

club.news.more