Mosley, FSU alum Chase Seiffert changing "Tour" strategy

SOUTH WALTON COUNTY, FL (WJHG/WECP) Chase Seiffert is adjusting his strategy in terms of how he plans to earn his PGA Tour card.

The Mosley and FSU alum is coming off that top ten payday last week at the Travelers Championship, which got him a berth in next week's PGA Tour event at the Greenbrier. It's also bringing about a change in strategy for Chase as he continues to fight for that Tour card!

It does." Chase told us Thursday during his workout round at Camp Creek Golf Club. "So I'm going to eliminate the Web.Com Monday qualifying and just focus solely on the PGA Tour Monday qualifying. Just to try and get in any events and try to get some Fed-X Cup points. Because that's what it's all about now, just to get in the Web finals. After the Greenbrier I'll play the John Deere Monday (qualifier) the Barbasol Monday (qualifier), the Barracuda Monday (qualifier), all the remaining Mondays and try to get in events."

Chase hoping to someday soon join his former FSU teammates Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger on Tour. Those two have done very well for themselves in recent years, including back to back U.S. Open titles for Koepka.

"I'm so proud to be a Seminole." Seiffert says. "It's one of the best experiences of my life, being there and playing for Trey Jones. And it's nice to see the program pumping out great players, year after year. I mean Daniel's won back to back Century Classics. Brooks has won back to back U.S. Opens. It's great to see the program having success with the players."

Chase will be headed north to West Virginia for the Tour event at the Greenbrier over the weekend.