Tom Lewis earns PGA Tour card with Korn Ferry Tour Championship win

Tom Lewis secured his playing privileges on the PGA Tour for Second season.

The event was the final of 3 tournaments from the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, in which PGA Tour cards have been available to the leading 25 players that didn’t already have their playing rights confirmed.
The first two events were missed by lewis but made the trip to Indiana for his first appearance to the second-tier tour, where he was given a five-shot success over closest challenger Fabian Gomez by a 65.
“I’m chuffed,” Lewis stated. “A win is a win. Hopefully, I will go on and make greater opportunities for myself to the aisle and out here now.”
Lewis was only eligible to play following a tied-11th conclusion in The Open left him the equal of 196th at the FedExCup standings, with those involving 126th and 200th allowed to feature from the Korn Ferry Tour Finals.
The Englishman posted back-to-back 66s on Saturday and Sunday to shoot a two-shot lead in the last round, where he made a six-footer to save par and holed a long birdie at the third.
There move at the par-three fifth was cancelled using a bogey at the second, just for Lewis to A 10-foot profit inches apart by a hole-out eagle in the eighth to set up the first of three consecutive birdies.
Lewis finished a run of pars and stretched his lead before completing his victory with a tap-in level at the last.
Victory watched Lewis lifts to world No 63 and finish second in the 25 standings, together with the Viktor Hovland among the other prominent players to receive their marketing of Norway along with fellow Englishman Ben Taylor.

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