PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan tells players of new tournament series

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan is expected to release details of an eight-tournament series beginning in 2023, for players among the top-50 on the FedEx Cup standings.

The PGA Tour is planning changes to its 2023 schedule that will include eight limited-field, no-cut tournaments with purses of $20 million or more for the top-50 on the previous season’s FedEx Cup standings, according to a Golf Digest report published on Tuesday.

According to multiple players interviewed by Golf Digest after a mandatory player’s meeting at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn., the site of this week’s Traveler’s Championship, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan told the assemblage that the events will be spread out over the season — which also will return to a calendar year format after the Tour went to a wraparound FedEx Cup schedule in 2013 that carried over to the next season.

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