Duval, Tway using exemptions to keep Tour cards

David Duval and Bob Tway are the only players
using a one-time exemption from career earnings to keep their PGA
Tour cards for next year.

Duval's five-year exemption from winning the British ran out
this year. His exemption is from the top 25 on the career money
list (Duval is No. 24), and because he is more than $4 million
clear on 50th place, he should be able to use a top-50 exemption
next year if he needs one.

Tway is 29th in career earnings, and will use his one-time
exemption from the top 50. An eight-time winner and former PGA
champion, Tway finished 175th on the money list, his lowest
position since 1992. He did not need an exemption then because he
had a 10-year exemption from his '86 PGA victory.