Redman Earns Special Temporary Membership After Runner-Up Finish in Detroit
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2019-07-01
By BEN EVERILL, PGATOUR.COM
Doc Redman started his week shooting a lights-out 62 in Monday Qualifying to get into the Rocket Mortgage Classic. He ended it by finishing solo second, securing special temporary membership on the PGA TOUR.
It was quite an emotional rollercoaster for the former U.S. Amateur champion who was only beaten out by the supreme efforts of Nate Lashley. Instead of heading to a Mackenzie Tour–PGA TOUR Canada start next week he has a slot locked up in the new 3M Open if he wants it.
The 21-year-old shot 68-67-67-67 to finish 19 under at Detroit Golf Club, and his 300 non-member FedExCup points give him 344 on the season. Currently that number would have him inside the top 125 and if he can remain in front of whomever sits 125th at seasons end he will have locked up a PGA TOUR card for 2019-20.