The future tour player is excluded from the event for “disciplinary reasons”.

Alejandro Tosti at the Magnit Championship last week.

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Alejandro Tosti, a pro who has secured PGA Tour status for next year, has been forced to pull out of this week’s Tour development series event over what officials say is simply a “disciplinary matter”. acts.

According to a press release on Friday, the details of the incident and any related disciplinary measures against Tosti would be clarified internally. When contacted by, a communications official said there would be no further comment and no one would be available to speak.

This week, Tosti played the Korn Ferry Tour’s Boise Open, the first of four postseason events in the series that are a notch below the PGA Tour, and on Thursday he scored a 67 in the first round. It’s unknown if Tosti will be playing in The next Korn Ferry Tour event, the Simmons Bank Open in three weeks.

Tosti, a 27-year-old pro from Rosario, Argentina, has competed in four PGA Tour events since turning pro in 2018, cementing his status for 2024 by finishing this year’s Korn Ferry Tour season standings. In that streak, he’s had nine top-10 finishes this season, including a win earlier this month at the Pinnacle Bank Championship in Omaha, Nebraska that secured him PGA Tour privileges.

The publication on Tosti comprised only 113 words. It reads as follows:

Korn Ferry Tour member Alejandro Tosti has been withdrawn from the Chevron presented Albertsons Boise Open after the first round of competition as a result of a disciplinary proceeding. Tosti started the week fourth on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List.

“Per PGA Tour policy, the details of the issue and any related disciplinary action are being managed internally.

“Tosti, 27, has one win and eight other top 10 finishes this season and was declared a ‘TOURBound’ by earning enough points to secure his 2024 PGA Tour card. Top 30 on the Korn Ferry Tour points list after the Korn Ferry Tour Championship October 5-8 will win you PGA Tour tickets for the 2024 season.”

Earlier this season, Tosti and five other pros were involved in a rules incident involving a shuttle at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Lecom Suncoast Classic. There, the group of Tosti, Mason Andersen and Wilson Furr and the group of Ashton Van Horne, Boo Weekley and Jared Wolfe took unauthorized shuttle rides from a green to a tee Friday at Lakewood National Golf Club in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. , and each was dropped two shots for violating Model Local Rule G-6.

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In particular, a shuttle from the 7th green to the 8th tee and from the range to the starting tee was approved for this week. In a later interview with Golf Channel, Tosti said that as he left the 18th green (he started on the back nine) en route to the first hole, he noticed a volunteer sitting in the same shuttle they were in prior to the 10th. hole sat tee.

“I asked the guy, ‘Are you going to the first tee?’ And he said, ‘Yeah, jump in,'” Tosti told Golf Channel. “I know I can’t hop in a wagon that isn’t official, but that was almost organized. It almost seemed like someone sent this guy to take us. It was ready and waiting for us to exit the green and drive us to the first tee and apparently this guy wasn’t supposed to be there.”

A few months later, after his win in Omaha, Tosti spoke to fans about what the win meant for him and the Korn Ferry Tour social media team captured the moment in a 50-second video and shared it.

“I am alone in this country and my family from Argentina is very proud of what I did today,” he said in the video. “So I want to thank them for everything they have done. For everything they’ve done.

“For everything they’ve done since I was 6 years old. And I told them I wanted to play golf when no one in my family played golf and they have supported me and been with me through the most difficult times. So I really want to thank them and that’s it. Thank you all.”

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