The PGA Tour Player Advisory Council is growing for the rest of the year.
On Monday the PGA Tour announced the additions of Max Homa, Brandt Snedeker, Keith Mitchell and Kevin Streelman to the Player Advisory Council (PAC) for the remainder of 2022. Homa and Snedeker will take the vacated places held previously by Brooks Koepka and Graeme McDowell, who joined the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Mitchell and Streelman tied in a separate election to fill the space vacated by Paul Casey, who also joined LIV Golf, and both players have been added to the PAC, which increased from 16 to 17 members.
Streelman served as PAC co-chairman in 2016 and then served a three-year term as a Player Director on the Policy Board from 2017-19. Homa, Snedeker and Mitchell will be PAC members for the first time.
Peter Malnati and Webb Simpson will start their three-year terms as Player Directors on the PGA Tour Policy Board next year, replacing James Hahn and Kevin Kisner. Last season’s PGA Tour Player of the Year Patrick Cantlay will also join the board in the 2023.
The PAC advises and consults with the PGA Tour Policy Board and commissioner Jay Monahan on issues affecting the Tour.
2022 Player Advisory Council
Patrick Cantlay (Player Director appointee 2023)
Peter Malnati (Co-Chairman)
Webb Simpson (Co-Chairman)
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