The PGA Tour is the main professional golf tour for men in the United States. It is operated by the PGA of America. The tour began in 1929, and it now consists of over 50 events.

The PGA Tour is the main source of income for many professional golfers. It offers one of the largest purses in golf, as well as chances to win

Qualification Requirements and Tournaments

To be eligible to play on the PGA Tour, you must be a professional golfer. You must also have a minimum of three years' experience playing on either the PGA Tour or another recognized professional golf tour.

. Win a tournament that awards full membership status on the PGA Tour. There are 29 such tournaments each year, known as "regular season" events.

Finish in the top 125 on the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup points list at the end of the season. This earns you "conditional status" for the following season

Rules and Regulations The PGA Tour is the organizer of the main professional golf tours played primarily by men in the United States and North America.

* Players can earn their way into an event by winning a previous tournament on either the PGA Tour or one of its developmental tours such as the Tour or PGA TOUR Champions tour.

* They can also gain entry by finishing high enough in previous PGA Tour events or by being among the top money winners in a previous season.

* Players can also qualify for certain invitational events such as The Masters and The Players Championship if they meet certain criteria.