The 2015-16 PGA Tour regular season ended a few weeks ago with one TNE tour win by Aaron Baddeley. We thought we would highlight our players as the other tours as the season winds to a close.
On The PGA Tour
Aaron Baddeley, (NH), won the Barbasol Championship after a five-year slump. Earnings of $1,609,215 for 45th
Jon Curran, (MA), finished his second season on the PGA Tour jumping from 113th all the way to 49th with earnings of $1,845,412.
Brett Stegmaier (CT), he had a great 2016 rookie year earnings of $1,086.714 finishing 108th
Keegan Bradley, (VT), is still fighting his putter and is ranked 106th with earnings of $880,581.
Scott Stallings, (MA), fell outside the top 125, finishing ranked 128th. Scott needs to work on his game.
Rob Oppenheim, (MA), had a mediocre rookie season finishing 158th. He is well out of the top for card protection.
J.J. Henry, (CT), seems to be searching his worst season yet ranked 185th, outside the top 125.
PGA Tour Champions
Billy Andrade, (RI), is wrapping up another successful season ranked 6th in with $913,793.
Brad Faxon, (RI), 10 Events earning $80,246 finishing 85th on tour.
P.H.Horgan (RI) 4 Events $+33,324 in his second year on Champions Tour
Fran Quin (MA) Played 6 Champions Tour events with one top 10, earning $253,433
Tim Petrovic (MA) Played 7 PGA Tour events earning $17,000. On Champions Tour in the Boeing tied for T18 $ 28,067
Megan Khang, (MA), has had a respectable rookie season on the LPGA Tour earning $205, 563 thus far.
Brittany Altomare, (VT), joined the LPGA Tour circuit later in this season but has earned $126,784.
Richy Werenski, (MA), will join the PGA Tour next season after winning
the BMW Charity Pro-Am and is currently ranked 2nd with $336,370 in earnings.
James Driscoll, (MA), won the Nashville Golf Open this season and is Ranked 35th on the money list, there’s still time for him to regain his PGA Tour card.
Jim Renner, (MA), continues his struggles this season. Jim will be headed back to Web.Com Q School.