The 2007 Nationwide Tour season ran from January 25 to November 4. The season consisted of 32 official money golf tournaments; three of which were played outside the United States. The top 25 players on the year-end money list earned their PGA Tour card for 2008. Nick Flanagan earned his PGA Tour card by winning three tournaments on the season. He earned an immediate promotion to the PGA Tour after his third win at the Xerox Classic.
The table below shows the Nationwide Tour's 2007 schedule. The number in parentheses after winners' names show the player's total number of wins on the Nationwide Tour including that event. No one accumulates many wins on the Nationwide Tour because success at this level soon leads to promotion to the PGA Tour.
am - denotes amateur
Leading money winners
|Rank||Player||Country||Prize money (US$)|
|2||Roland Thatcher||United States||415,124|
|6||Nicholas Thompson||United States||328,331|
|8||Justin Bolli||United States||293,834|
|9||Patrick Sheehan||United States||281,523|
|10||Paul Claxton||United States||274,004|
- "Web.com Tour Schedule – 2007". ESPN. Retrieved September 5, 2013.