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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
2002 Disney Golf Classic
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
1998 NIKE Dominion Open, NIKE TOUR Championship
Missed the cut at the Reno-Tahoe Open in his only start on either the PGA TOUR or Nationwide Tour.
2009: Missed the cut in both starts on the PGA TOUR. Played primarily on the Nationwide Tour, making six cuts in 18 starts, with a season-best T4 at the Athens Regional Foundation Classic. Held a two-shot lead heading into the final round, but a 73 dropped him three strokes behind champion Patrick Sheehan. 2008: Made seven starts on the PGA TOUR with just one made cut. Posted a season-best T27 at the WNB Golf Classic on the Nationwide Tour, where he made three of 15 cuts. 2007: Made two of five cuts on TOUR and 18 of 25 on the Nationwide Tour. 2006: Finished out of the top-125 after making only three cuts in nine starts. 2005: Made 15 starts on the PGA TOUR, placing 231st on the money list. 2004: Earned T10 at THE PLAYERS Championship, first top-10 since capturing the 2003 Disney Golf Classic
Improved his position on the season money list with his T11 finish at the 84 LUMBER Classic in late September. Moved from No. 127 to No. 112. Missed the cut in three of his last four starts and dropped to No. 130 on the final season money list
Had two other top-20 finishes - T16 at the MCI Heritage and T15 HP Classic of New Orleans. 2003: After winning his first PGA TOUR title at the end of the 2002 season had a sub-par year in 2003. Slipped from 51st on the money list to 158th
Made 28 starts with best effort of the season coming at the John Deere Classic in September, a T21
Recorded the first hole-in-one of the 2003 PGA TOUR season, acing the 176-yard fourth hole with a 6-iron at the TPC of Scottsdale. It was the third of his TOUR career
Made his fifth start in a major championship and his first at the PGA Championship, finishing 67th at Oak Hill. 2002: Sixth season on TOUR proved to be the breakthrough. Won for the first time and earned over $1 million in a single season
Became the 14th first-time winner of the Disney Golf Classic, where he held off 54-hole leader Chris DiMarco by one stroke and Tiger Woods by two. Entered the week of Disney in a precarious position on the TOUR official money list at No. 118. Held a share of the lead with Hidemichi Tanaka and Jeff Sluman after opening with a 9-under-par 63. Entered final round two strokes off the lead, but fired a bogey-free 65 that included a 4-under-par 32 on the final nine. With a career-best paycheck of $666,000, moved from No. 118 to No. 49 on the season money list with $1,199,802, more than he has earned in his five previous years on the PGA TOUR ($1,119,649). Also jumped from 240th to 98th in the Official World Golf Ranking
Tied for third at the Kemper Insurance Open. 2001: Finished T2 at 2001 PGA TOUR Qualifying School to improve his position for the 2002 season. One of only two players to card six consecutive rounds in the 60s. Only top-10 of the season, T8 at Texas Open at La Cantera. 2000: Earned $391,075, 125th on the money list, with two top-10s and four top-25s. 1999: Had two top-25s and failed to regain exempt status, finishing 177th on the PGA TOUR money list. Earned exempt status for 2000 by virtue of 26th-place finish at 1999 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. 1998: Led Nationwide Tour in earnings with $178,664
Captured two events, the Dominion Open and TOUR Championship. Earned Nationwide Tour Player of the Year honors. 1997: Did not compete on either TOUR. 1996: Member of the Nationwide Tour. 1995: One of eight players to miss 1996 PGA TOUR card by single stroke at 1995 Qualifying Tournament. 1994: First qualified for the PGA TOUR by placing T11 in 1993 Qualifying Tournament. Finished 101st on the money list. Amateur: Winner of 1990 NCAA Division II Championship and was an All-American selection that year.