Anderson clinches PGA Tour card

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Beaufort’s Mark Anderson will be back on the PGA Tour next month.

Anderson officially regained his PGA Tour card for the 2019-20 season when the Korn Ferry Tour (formerly the Web.com Tour) season wrapped up Sunday.

Despite playing only 13 events due to a broken ankle, Anderson finished 14th on the Korn Ferry Tour regular-season points list; the top 25 earn PGA Tour status for next season. 

Anderson put himself in position to earn a promotion when he won the Country Club de Bogota Championship in Colombia in February, but he played only one more event before reinjuring his ankle and missing more than two months.

Anderson last played on the PGA Tour full-time in 2017, when he made only six cuts in 20 starts, though that included a 10th-place finish at the Puerto Rico Open.

The three-event Korn Ferry Tour Finals begin this week with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship in Columbus, Ohio.

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