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Dylan Frittelli earns PGA Tour card

2018-09-25 17:22
Dylan Frittelli (Getty Images)

Cape Town - South Africa's Dylan Frittelli was among the 25 golfers to earn a PGA Tour card for the 2018/19 season at the Web.com Tour Finals.

The Web.com Tour awarded a first set of 25 PGA Tour cards for the 2018/19 season at the conclusion of the Portland Open in August, with a second set of 25 solidified at the conclusion of the Finals.

READ: Frittelli back to defend Mauritius Open title

Frittelli, who is ranked 68th in the world, carded a final round of 68 to finish 11-under at tied for 31st at the Web.com Tour Championship in Atlantic Beach Country Club.

The 28-year-old participated in all four Majors this year with his best performance coming at the PGA Championship at the Bellerive Country Club with a T31.

Last year, Frittelli claimed two European Tour wins at the Lyoness Open in June and Mauritius Open in December.

Here are the final standings after Sunday's Web.com Tour Championship:

1. Denny McCarthy: $255 793

2. Sangmoon Bae: $218 156

3. Robert Streb: $187 460

4. Peter Malnati: $157 296

5. Cameron Davis: $126 675

6. Adam Schenk: $125 798

7. Lucas Glover: $125 212

8. Matt Jones: $112 000

9. Hunter Mahan: $107 505

10. Roger Sloan: $84 307

11. Shawn Stefani: $80 579

12. Seth Reeves: $80 360

13. Max Homa: $78 200

14. Roberto Diaz: $70 326

15. Stephan Jaeger: $69 923

16. Curtis Luck: $64 920

17. Nicholas Lindheim: $59 169

18. Dylan Frittelli: $48 600

19. Wes Roach: $48 100

20. Sepp Straka: $47 844

21. Cameron Tringale: $47 760

22. Ben Silverman: $47 700

23. Michael Thompson: $45 466

24. Fabian Gomez: $43 657

25. Jim Knous: $41 931

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