The All-Pro Tour
Since 1994, the All-Pro Tour (formerly the Adams Pro Tour) has successfully graduated hundreds of players to the PGA Tours including PGA winners Patrick Reed, Ryan Palmer, Bubba Watson, and Andrew Landry. In fact, 3 of the PGA Tour’s first-time winners in 2018 were APT graduates (Andrew Landry, Brice Garnett, and Austin Cook – pictured below)
The APT currently conducts professional golf tournaments in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. To follow the next stars of the PGA, check out our APT website – www.apt.golf.
The formula of success on the APT has been simple: Provide a solid schedule 72-hole events with cuts, that requires travel and attract highly competitive fields. This prepares players for the Web.com qualifying and life on tour. The APT players come from all over the world to hone their skills on their way to the Web.com and PGA Tours.
The very same model is being brought to the Women’s All-Pro Tour (WAPT). The inaugural season includes ten, 72-hole events with cuts and will provide the most competitive fields outside the LPGA Tours.
To find out more about the 2019 WAPT, see the drop-down menus at the top of the page.