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Kitchener's Gligic nails down PGA Tour membership for 2020

Michael Gligic won the Panama Championship earlier this season
Michael Gligic Panama
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Canada's Michael Gligic has locked up the first PGA Tour card of his career.

The native of Burlington, Ont., who now lives in Kitchener, secured PGA Tour membership for the 2020 season after tying for 10th on Sunday at the Korn Ferry Tour's Colorado Championship.

Gligic is 13th on the points list for the PGA Tour's main feeder circuit (formerly the Tour). The top 25 players on the list at the end of the season secure PGA Tour cards, and it was determined after Sunday's event that Gligic can't be bumped out of that list.

Gligic, 29, won the Panama Championship earlier this season.

It will mark the fourth straight year a Canadian has earned a PGA Tour card through the Korn Ferry Tour.

Eight Canadians currently have full or partial status on the top tour.


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