Waterford man Seamus Power regained his PGA Tour card by a mere $287 after finishing in a tie for 48th at the Web.Com Tour Championship on Monday.
Power had to contest the web.com tour finals to get back on the Tour for next season after his final Fedex ranking of 130 left him just five places off retaining his card.
However his luck turned in Florida, as, despite only making the halfway cut by a shot, he did enough - just - to squeak into the top 25 overall and earn the coveted prize at the expense of Adam Svensson.
Power earned $37,937 in the Web.com ‘Finals 25’ event, with the Canadian racking up $37,650.
Well that was a stressful weekend on the course but I’m getting another run at the Pga Tour. Lucky I had @Rathouz on the bag to keep me sane— Seamus Power (@Power4Seamus) October 2, 2017