The 2011 Nationwide Tour was the 22nd Nationwide Tour season. It ran from February 24 to October 30. The season consisted of 26 official money golf tournaments; three of which were played outside of the United States. The top 25 players on the year-end money list earned their PGA Tour card for 2012.
The table below shows the Nationwide Tour's 2011 schedule. The numbers 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.
The table shows the final top 10 money winners for the 2011 Nationwide Tour season. For the list of the top 25 golfers, given PGA Tour memberships for the 2012 season, see 2011 Nationwide Tour graduates.
|Rank||Player||Country||Prize money (US$)|
|1||J. J. Killeen||United States||414,273|
|2||Ted Potter Jr.||United States||402,470|
|4||Jason Kokrak||United States||338,092|
|6||Danny Lee||New Zealand||326,100|
|7||Ken Duke||United States||313,241|
|8||Scott Brown||United States||282,502|
There is a full list on the PGA Tour's website here.
- "Web.com Tour Schedule – 2011". ESPN. Retrieved September 5, 2013.
- Points reduced 25% due to only 36 holes being played
- Chemycz, Joe (March 6, 2011). "Pappas declared winner in weather-plagued Bogota". PGA Tour. Retrieved September 5, 2013.