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1999 Nike Tour

1999 nike tour schedule, 1998 nike tour
The 1999 Nike Tour season ran from January 7 to October 24 The season consisted of 30 official money golf tournaments The top 15 players on the year-end money list earned their PGA Tour card for 2000


The number in parentheses after winners' names shows the player's total number of wins on the tour including that event No one accumulates many wins on the tour because success at this level soon leads to promotion to the PGA Tour All the official tournament names began with "Nike", for example Nike South Florida Classic: these are eliminated here for brevity

Date Tournament Location Winner
Jan 10 South Florida Classic Florida Curt Byrum 2
Jan 17 Lakeland Classic Florida Ryan Howison 2
Feb 7 Florida Classic Florida Richard Johnson 1
Feb 21 Mississippi Gulf Coast Open Mississippi Joel Edwards 1
Mar 21 Monterrey Open Mexico Steve Gotsche 1
Mar 28 Louisiana Open Louisiana Matt Gogel 5
Apr 18 Shreveport Open Louisiana Bob Heintz 1
Apr 25 South Carolina Classic South Carolina Kevin Johnson 2
May 2 Upstate Classic South Carolina Steve Gotsche 2
May 9 Carolina Classic North Carolina Vance Veazey 2
May 16 Dominion Open Virginia Darron Stiles 1
May 23 Knoxville Open Tennessee Jeff Gove 2
Jun 13 Cleveland Open Ohio Matt Gogel 6
Jun 20 Dayton Open Ohio John Wilson 2
Jun 27 Lehigh Valley Open Pennsylvania Mathew Goggin 1
Jul 4 Hershey Open Pennsylvania Ed Fryatt 1
Jul 11 Greensboro Open North Carolina Shaun Micheel 1
Jul 25 Wichita Open Kansas Brad Elder 1
Aug 1 Dakota Dunes Open South Dakota Fran Quinn 1
Aug 8 Omaha Classic Nebraska Mathew Goggin 2
Aug 15 Ozarks Open Missouri Ryan Howison 3
Aug 22 Fort Smith Classic Arkansas Gary Webb 2
Aug 29 Permian Basin Open Texas David Berganio, Jr 2
Sep 5 Utah Classic Utah Carl Paulson 1
Sep 12 Tri-Cities Open Washington Glen Hnatiuk 4
Sep 19 Boise Open Idaho Carl Paulson 2
Sep 26 Oregon Classic Oregon Kelly Gibson 2
Oct 3 Inland Empire Open California Brad Elder 2
Oct 10 New Mexico Classic New Mexico Dick Mast 4
Oct 24 Nike Tour Championship Alabama Bob Heintz 2

Leading money winnersedit

Rank Player Country Prize money US$
1 Carl Paulson  United States 223,051
2 Joel Edwards  United States 213,937
3 Marco Dawson  United States 201,219
4 Mathew Goggin  Australia 187,894
5 Ed Fryatt  England 186,356
6 Bob Heintz  United States 180,222
7 Matt Gogel  United States 180,173
8 Glen Hnatiuk  Canada 176,085
9 Shaun Micheel  United States 173,411
10 Ryan Howison  United States 154,815

Full money list

See alsoedit

  • 1999 Nike Tour graduates

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