MacIntyre, who narrowly squeezed his way into the automatic places in Luke Donald's victorious 2023 European Ryder Cup team, is all-but assured of taking one of 10 PGA Tour cards available for the leading players in the DP World Tour Rankings this season.
The top 10 players in the DP World Tour Rankings not otherwise exempt will be headed to the PGA Tour in 2024.
MacIntyre, who took 2.5 points from three at the Ryder Cup, is currently 10th in the DP World Tour Rankings but more importantly sixth in the race for 10 PGA Tour cards.
Other players who will lock up PGA Tour cards from the former European Tour circuit this season include Ryder Cup reject and last week's Andalucia Masters champion Adrian Meronk, BMW PGA champion Ryan Fox, Victor Perez, Min Woo Lee and Alex Bjork.
There are just three more events left on the DP World Tour this season (Qatar Masters, Nedbank Golf Challenge, DP World Tour Championship).
MacIntyre changes caddie (again!)
MacIntyre, 27, began the DP World Tour season with fellow Scot Mike Thomson on his golf bag before switching back to his original caddie Greg Milne, whom he teamed up with en route to Ryder Cup victory in Rome earlier this month.
Milne was still on MacIntyre's bag at the Alfred Dunhill Links Pro-Am at the Home of Golf but they then parted ways ahead of last week's Andalucia Masters where new caddie Mike Burrow assumed the role.
According to The Scotsman, MacIntyre decided on making the switch to Burrow as a result of his experience on the PGA Tour and most recently working with former Masters champion Danny Willett.
MacIntyre told The Scotsman:
The two-time DP World Tour winner added:
The former European Tour circuit this week confirmed another change to their membership next season in that PGA Tour players finishing 126-200 in the FedEx Cup standings this season will receive opportunities to play on the DP World Tour in 2024.
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