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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Additional Victories (2)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Playing out of the Major Medical Extension dating back to 2010, played in one event on the PGA TOUR, the Wyndham Championship, where he missed the cut. Will have one available event in the 2016-17 PGA TOUR season to earn $727,814 to clear the top finishers from Web.com Tour Medical category. Made six starts on PGA TOUR Champions with his best showing coming in July when he was T3 at the DICK'S Sporting Goods Open.
Playing on Major Medical Extension out of the Web.com Tour Category, missed the cut in all four starts.
Made the cut in three of six starts, with a T53 at the Valero Texas Open his best outing.
Made just two cuts in eight starts, worthy of $22,184. From the end of April through early June, missed the cut in each of the three Web.com events in which he started.
Did not play on PGA TOUR and missed the cut in his only Web.com Tour start.
Had shoulder surgery and did not play on the PGA TOUR.
Played six events on the PGA TOUR, making two cuts with a season-best T18 at the Buick Open his best showing. Also made seven starts on the Web.com Tour, posting three top-25 finishes.
Made nine starts each on the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour.
Fell out of the top-125 in 2005 for the first time in six seasons.
Finished in the top-125 for the fifth straight season and 12th time in 15-year TOUR career.
Posted consecutive top-20 finishes late in the year—T17 at Valero Texas Open and T19 at Southern Farm Bureau Classic—to help him secure his card for the 2004 season.
Continued a four-year progression of earning more money than the previous year with a career-high $813,230 in earnings. Posted back-to-back top-10s on the PGA TOUR for only the second time in his career and first since 1991 (T5-Greater Milwaukee Open, T8-Canadian Open) with a T9 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic and a T5 at the Advil Western Open.
Turned in best season on TOUR since 1994 when he finished No. 58. Two top-10s and one top-15 in last five starts left him at No. 80 on money list and secured his TOUR card for another season. Made $345,450 of his $657,580 during that period.
Finished out of the top-125 on the money list for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1990, with 139th-place ranking. Forced to earn full playing privileges for the 2000 season through third-place finish at PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament.
Was 86th on the final money list with $346,563.
Finished right on the number of 125th on the final money list to earn playing privileges for 1998.
Winner of Pine Tree Open in Birmingham, Ala., and the Utah Open.