1995 Nike Tour

The 1995 Nike Tour season was the sixth season of the Nike Tour, the PGA Tour's official developmental tour, now known as the Web.com Tour. The top ten players on the final money list earned PGA Tour cards for 1996.


The season ran from February 23 to October 22 and consisted of 30 events. All of the tournament names began with "Nike", e. g. "Nike San Jose Open"; this is eliminated here for brevity.[1]

Date Tournament Location Winner
Feb 26 San Jose Open California United States John Maginnes (1)
Mar 5 Inland Empire Open California United States Jeff Brehaut (1)
Mar 19 Monterrey Open Mexico Australia Stuart Appleby (1)
Mar 26 Louisiana Open Louisiana United States Stan Utley (2)
Apr 2 Pensacola Classic Florida United States Clarence Rose (1)
Apr 9 Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic Mississippi United States Allen Doyle (1)
Apr 17 Tallahassee Open Florida United States Bill Murchison (1)
Apr 23 Shreveport Open Louisiana United States Brad Fabel (2)
Apr 30 Alabama Classic Alabama United States Jerry Kelly (1)
May 7 South Carolina Classic South Carolina United States Jerry Foltz (1)
May 14 Central Georgia Open Georgia United States Matt Peterson (1)
May 21 Knoxville Open Tennessee United States Tom Scherrer (1)
May 28 Greater Greenville Classic South Carolina United States David Toms (1)
Jun 4 Dominion Open Virginia United States Hugh Royer III (3)
Jun 11 Miami Valley Open Ohio United States Stan Utley (3)
Jun 18 Cleveland Open Ohio United States Karl Zoller (1)
Jun 25 Carolina Classic North Carolina United States Michael Christie (1)
Jul 2 Philadelphia Classic North Carolina United States Sean Murphy (6)
Jul 16 Buffalo Open New York United States Jerry Kelly (2)
Jul 23 Gateway Classic Missouri United States Chris Smith (1)
Jul 30 Wichita Open Kansas United States David Toms (2)
Aug 6 Dakota Dunes Open South Dakota United States Chris Smith (2)
Aug 13 Ozarks Open Missouri United States Mike Schuchart (3)
Aug 20 Permian Basin Open Texas United States Hugh Royer III (4)
Aug 27 Texarkana Open Arkansas United States Allen Doyle (2)
Sep 10 Utah Classic Utah Canada Glen Hnatiuk (2)
Sep 17 Tri-Cities Open Washington United States Jeff Gove (1)
Sep 24 Boise Open Idaho United States Frank Lickliter (1)
Oct 1 Sonoma County Open California Australia Stuart Appleby (2)
Oct 22 Nike Tour Championship Georgia United States Allen Doyle (3)

Money list

The top ten players on the final money list earned PGA Tour cards for 1996.[2][3]

RankPlayerCountryEarnings ($)
1 Jerry Kelly  United States 188,878
2 Allen Doyle  United States 176,652
3 David Toms  United States 174,892
4 Franklin Langham  United States 158,990
5 Stuart Appleby  Australia 144,419
6 Tom Scherrer  United States 143,404
7 Chris Smith  United States 143,200
8 Sean Murphy  United States 118,985
9 Hugh Royer III  United States 118,804
10 Brad Fabel  United States 115,513

See also


  1. "Web.com Tour chronology". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
  2. "Web.com Tour past players gaining exempt PGA Tour status". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
  3. "1995 Nike Tour money list". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
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