WHAT: Top 25 and ties earn PGA Tour status for 2010
WHERE: Bear Lakes Country Club, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Mark Anderson, Beaufort - Former USC All-American, 2008 graduate remained amateur in 2009 in unsuccessful attempt to make U.S. Walker Cup team.
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Kris Blanks, Bluffton - Former Nationwide Tour player earned $307,130 on PGA Tour in 2009.
Scott Brown, North Augusta - Former USC Aiken All-American led eGolf Professional Tour's 2009 money list with $142,362.
Matt Davidson, Furman - Earned 2005 PGA Tour card but lost exemption, finished second on 2009 eGolf Tour money list with $138,269.
Brent Delahoussaye, Greenville - Former USC and Clemson player earned $73,662 in 15 events on 2009 Nationwide Tour.
Brian Duncan, Mount Pleasant - Former Clemson player earned $23,970 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Tommy Gainey, Camden - Winner of Golf Channel "Big Break" reality series earned $128,347 on PGA Tour in 2009.
Alex Hamilton, Graniteville - Former USC All-American won $27,465 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Kevin Kisner, Aiken - Former Georgia player won $50,557 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Bronson La'Cassie, Charleston - Australian native won Sunset Hills NGA Classic and $61,585 on Hooters Tour in 2009.
William McGirt, Boiling Springs - Former Wofford player won $46,292 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Stephen Poole, Aiken - Former Clemson player won $41,081 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Kyle Thompson, Greer - Former three-time USC All-American won $24,833 on Nationwide Tour in 2009.
Emmett Turner, Greenwood - Former Augusta State player won $26,474 on eGolf Tour in 2009.
Charles Warren, Greenville - Former three-time All-American at Clemson won $475,726 on PGA Tour in 2009, exempt to final stage.