Jordan Doull secures Aus PGA Tour card

15th Apr 2024

Jordan Doull

WA state golfer Jordan Doull earned exempt status for the PGA Tour of Australasia’s 2024-25 season after a successful week at Qualifying School.

The Mount Lawley GC member was one of four Western Australians to secure playing rights on the tour at the final stage of Q-School at Moonah Links in Victoria, but the only amateur.

With only the top-30 and ties from the 72-hole final stage earning exemptions, every shot counts and Doull’s opening two-over 74 left him outside the mark with plenty of work to do. However, he improved as the week went on, posting rounds of 73, 70 and 71 to finish in T20th at level par for the event.

Twenty-five-year-old Doull will now turn pro ahead of the next PGA Tour of Australasia season, but will first represent WA at May’s Australian Interstate Teams Matches.

The best-placed WA golfer in the field was Adam Brady (The Vines), whose 11-under-par four-total saw him finish in outright 4th, while Ryan Peake (10th – 4) and Brady Watt (T24th, +1) both regained tour status having lost it in 2023-24.

Amongst the players to miss out was Lake Karrinyup Country Club amateur Joseph Owen, who was one shot outside the cut-off mark for a card at +3 for the event.

The overall winner was NSW’s Nathan Barbieri, who edged Denzel Ieremia (NZ) and Max Charles (VIC) in a playoff to take top honours. You can view the final leaderboard here.