This is a list of the 1984 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates. 50 players earned their 1985 PGA Tour card through Q-School in 1984. The tournament was played over 108 holes at the La Quinta Hotel Golf Club, Dunes course, in La Quinta, California. The top 50 players split the $100,000 purse, with the winner earning $15,000. There was a six-man playoff among those that tied for 47th to determine the final four spots – Jim Hallet and Keith Parker were eliminated.
|Tom Sieckmann||3 Asia Golf Circuit wins|
|6||Wayne Grady||1 PGA Tour of Australia win, 1 European Tour win|
|Robert Wrenn||1 Asia Golf Circuit win|
|T16||David Frost||1 European Tour win, 1 Sunshine Tour win|
|Lennie Clements||Winner of 1982 Timex Open|
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- "Golf: PGA qualifying". The New Mexican. Santa Fe, New Mexico. December 19, 1984. p. B2 – via newspapers.com.
- Cady, Steve (January 10, 1988). "Golf; Worldwide Odyssey Leads To PGA Tour". The New York Times. Retrieved February 2, 2021.
- Gould, David (1999). Q-School Confidential: Inside Golf's Cruelest Tournament. New York: St. Martin's Press. pp. 276–277. ISBN 978-0312203559.