1996 Nike Tour
The 1996 Nike Tour season was the seventh 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 1997.
The season ran from February 22 to October 20 and consisted of 29 events. All of the tournament names began with "Nike", e. g. "Nike San Jose Open"; this is eliminated here for brevity.
|1||Stewart Cink||United States||251,699|
|2||Michael Christie||United States||193,971|
|3||Joe Durant||United States||159,386|
|4||David Berganio, Jr.||United States||146,047|
|5||Brett Quigley||United States||123,763|
|6||Dave Rummells||United States||122,778|
|7||P. H. Horgan III||United States||120,760|
|8||Lee Porter||United States||108,030|
|9||Skip Kendall||United States||107,396|
|10||Eric Johnson||United States||103,929|
- "Web.com Tour chronology". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
- "Web.com Tour past players gaining exempt PGA Tour status". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
- "1996 Nike Tour money list". PGA Tour. Retrieved October 4, 2016.