The cutoff for qualifying was Thursday’s final round of the eGolf Tour’s NorthStone Open in Huntersville, N.C.
EGolf members who have played at least 12 events and are currently in the top 20 on the money list will have their PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament entry fee – which is more than $4,000 per player – paid for by the eGolf Tour.
Norlander, a former Augusta State golfer who closed with 71 in Thursday’s final round to finish 26th, is 15th among members on the money list.
Robinson, a Sandersville, Ga., resident who missed the cut this week, still finished 17th on the money list.
And Krywulycz, another former Jaguar who tied for ninth after 71, is 19th on the money list.
Former New Mexico State golfer Tim Madigan won the NorthStone Classic, but his $13,000 payday wasn’t enough to crack the top 20 on the money list. He’s 22nd.
Madigan closed with 68 to win by two shots over former Clemson golfer Phillip Mollica, who also closed with 68.