The PGA Tour has confirmed the 16 players that will make up its Player Advisory Council for 2022, which will be led by chairman and four-time major champion Rory McIlroy.
McIlroy, 32, was elected as the new chairman of the PGA Tour's Player Advisory Council in 2021 and he will serve a three-year term through to 2024.
Jordan Spieth was previously the chairman before McIlroy.
Patrick Cantlay, Billy Horschel, Peter Malnati and Webb Simpson have been named as Player Directors to run for PAC co-chairman.
The top two voted will then replace James Hahn and Kevin Kisner as Player Directors on the PGA Tour Policy Board.
Charley Hoffman is already on the policy board through to 2023.
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World No.1 Jon Rahm has been named as one of the 16 golfers to make up the PGA Tour's Player Advisory Council for 2022.
Other notable players include Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka, Harry Higgs and Graeme McDowell.The role of the PAC is to consult with the PGA Tour Policy Board and PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan on all the issues currently effecting the Tour.
PGA Tour Player Advisory Council 2022