It depends on how many qualify, usually between 200-300.
you would have to be 50 to be on the champion tour, wins or no wins hope this helps :)
There are 1,000 sanctioned players on the ATP tour.
The Champions Tour is a membership organization of professional golfers age 50 and older. There are 30 members of the World Golf Hall of Fame competing regularly in the event.
This year there is currently 230 players with full or partial tour cards.
The top 25 players earn a pga card.
For the whole season, players compete on the PGA Tour only for points towards the Fed Ex Cup. The top 125 qualify for the 1st event, points can be won at it, then the new top 100 qualify for the second, points can be won, then the new top 70 qualify for the third event, points can be won, then the top 30 qualify for the Tour Championship, then the Fed Ex Cup is won by the points leader.
150 each week
How do I qualify for the Senior PGA tour?
No. In 1999 the LPGA established a new policy allowing the top three money winners of the Futures Tour to automatically get their LPGA "Exempt Status" tour card. There are not many events on the Futures Tour as the Nationwide Tour (19 in 2007)
Answer first you go to PGA qualifing school and then get your PGA card There are a few ways. You can go through Q school and the Nationwide tour or you can be highly ranked on the world money list/rankings like many European players who play in the states. You also qualify for a card if you play in the Ryder Cup. There are a few other quirky ways but finishing in the top 25 on the Nationwide Tour is the most common. Getting your card is one thing...keeping it another :)