‘Thank you for your service’: Golf World celebrates Air Force captain for winning PGA Tour card


The Korn Ferry Tour took to Twitter to congratulate Kyle Westmoreland on securing his PGA Tour membership. Several years of hard work have finally paid off for the budding golfer, and he has now begun his journey to becoming a professional athlete on the tour. On social media, fans shared their feelings about the former Airforce captain joining the PGA Tour.

It’s a fresh start for him after serving in the US Air Force, primarily as a finance officer, for five and a half years.


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The PGA Tour Ticket

Kyle Westmoreland could birdie his last hole of the Korn Ferry Tour season. United Leasing & Finance, paved the way for the Korn Ferry Tour Championship, where everyone was waiting to see if they could make the PGA Tour via The Finals 25.


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The final selection goes to Westmoreland and Joey Garber for the final PGA TOUR event. Garber finished in a five-man T12, while Westmoreland claimed last place on The Finals 25, just 4.5 points clear of Garber.

Golf Digest shared the news on their Twitter account. @GolfDigest and took the internet by storm. It was a joyful moment for Westmoreland, who had been waiting for this opportunity for several years.

Fans react to Kyle Westmoreland’s selection

The Korn Ferry Tour is Development round for the PGA Tour. It comprises professional golfers who have not yet reached the Tour. The official tour Twitter account appreciated how Westmoreland spent 10 years doing all the hard work to get to this point.

The Korn Ferry Tour also applauded the Air Force and said Kyle was the first Air Force graduate to be part of the Tour.

The fans were super happy, and they expressed it in the comments section. They congratulated Westmoreland and wished him well.

Some fans were seen motivating with controversial messages as some encouraged Westmoreland to dream bigger and join LIV Golf.

Tom Cruise’s recent film, based on Air Force One, Top Gun: Maverick, was also featured in the comments section. A fan said they should nickname him Maverick.


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Kyle Westmoreland has come a long way indeed. His hard work finally paid off and he earned himself a PGA Tour membership card.


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What do you think of Westmoreland’s success? Will he take the route of many established players and jump to the LIV Golf circuit?

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