Bob MacIntyre finished off a successful 2023 season with a tie for 18th place at the DP World Tour Championship, which saw him finish in 13th place on the Race To Dubai.
More significantly, this result saw him earn one of the 10 PGA Tour cards which were awarded to the highest ranked players currently without PGA Tour status for 2024.
His season, which included 7 top 10 finishes and saw him narrowly miss out to Rory McIlroy at the Genesis Scottish Open, was headlined with an undefeated debut at the Ryder Cup in Rome where he secured 2½ points for the victorious European team. However, earning his PGA Tour status could arguably be an even greater career-changing moment in his still relatively young professional journey.
Bob will now look forward to competing with the world’s best on the 2024 PGA Tour, in an attempt to break into the world’s top 50. This will mean a move to Orlando, where he will base himself from the start of 2024.
However, Bob will still be seen on the DP World Tour, and immediately heads to Australia to compete in the first two events on the new 2024 DP World Tour season at the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship and the ISPA Handa Australian Open.
These events over the next 2 weeks will be his last two appearances of 2023, and will bring to an end another hugely successful season for him.