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If you win a PGA Tour event as an amateur you receive a two year tour card and full membership for the rest of the current season. However, the player must turn professional to take up membership. They do not receive the prize money if they win as an amateur.

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Q: Can you get your PGA tour card by winning a tournament as an Amateur?
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