Sycamore Hills may get Web.com Tour
Sycamore Hills Golf Club appears to be in line to land a Web.com Tour stop.
The course could play host for the Web.com, which was called the Nationwide Tour, next summer, according to a report by Indianas NewsCenter. An official announcement is expected Tuesday, according to the report.
The Sycamore Hills stop could be one of the four playoff-type tournaments that decide who receives their PGA Tour cards.
Web.com announced in August that the top 25 players from its regular season will receive PGA cards and another 25 spots in the PGA will be awarded in the new tournament format.
Players in the top 75 on the Web.com money list, 126 through 200 on the PGA Tours FedExCup points list, and non-members who have earned enough FedExCup points will be able to play in the Web.com finals.
Sycamore Hills has played host for the Junior PGA Championship the last three years, and the U.S. Girls Championship – a United States Golf Association event – is slated to be played there next summer.