Meronk Proudly Heading ‘Down Under’ With Top ’24 PGA Tour Qualfiying Card

Polish powerhouse golfer Adrian Meronk is heading ‘down under’ on a high having finished top among the leading qualifiers to secure a full 2024 PGA Tour playing card.

Meronk, 30, posted a closing round of 71 to share 31st place at the DP World Tour season-ending event in Dubai, and good enough to finish top qualifier that will also see him create more golfing history as the first Polish born golfer to full PGA Tour playing rights.

He’s been one of the most form players of the DP World Tour year, winning the Australian Open last November and then capturing the Italian Open in May and then after the bitter disappointment of not being picked for the European Ryder Cup team, Meronk stood tall three weeks later winning the Andalucian Masters.

And before heading for Dubai Airport, and a 12,000 kilometre, 14-hour flight to Australia, he spoke of his delight.

“Earning my PGA Tour card has been a goal to mine since we found out we are playing for PGA TOUR cards. I’m very glad that I’m going to be playing on the PGA Tour,” said Meronk.

“I played some tournaments this year, and gained some experience. I’m looking forward to it.

“So, very proud. Each year I’m progressing my golf, result, scoring average, confidence. It’s very pleasing to be honest. Hopefully I can keep going forward and keep moving in the right direction and keep improving. But I’m very proud of this season and everything I’ve done”.

Meronk is contesting this week’s co-sanctioned Australian PGA title in Brisbane and will head south to Sydney next week for his defence of the Australian Open.

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