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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
Web.com Tour Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the seventh consecutive season, making it to the TOUR Championship for the third consecutive time. Entered the Playoffs finale in the No. 10 position in the FedExCup standings and finished 28th at East Lake to end his season No. 14 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded 12 top-25 finishes from 25 starts. Of those, three were top-five showings, including his first major victory at the PGA Championship.
Enjoyed another solid year on the PGA TOUR, highlighted by a pair of wins and four additional top-10 finishes. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for a sixth consecutive season and through to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for a second season. Following a T18 finish at East Lake GC in Atlanta, ended his season ranked 16th in the FedExCup standings.
Enjoyed a banner season, winning three times and recording career-best top-10 (10) and top-25 (19) finishes. Was one of seven multiple winners during the season. Earned a berth on the U.S. Ryder Cup team and advanced to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the first time in his career.
Playing his seventh full season on the PGA TOUR, posted career-best numbers in the FedExCup (No. 36), money list (No. 28), cuts made (18), top-25 finishes (10), including a career-best runner-up finish at The Greenbrier Classic.
Finished No. 62 in the FedExCup standings.
Had a career year, with then-personal bests in top-10s (four), top-25s (seven), cuts made (16), FedExCup finish (50th) and money-list finish (67th).
Racked up a pair of top-five finishes in 2010, including a career-best T3 in his hometown of San Antonio. Retained TOUR card for second consecutive year.
Recovered from a 2005 neck injury, made 15 of 24 cuts on the PGA TOUR, highlighted by a pair of top-10 finishes, as he was the last player to earn his fully exempt TOUR card.
Regained exempt status for 2009 with a T11 finish at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. Made 13 cuts in 24 starts, with three top-25 finishes.
Made the cut in 21 of 29 starts on the Web.com Tour. Finished the season as the final Tour graduate in the 25th spot.
Made the cut in nine of 21 starts on the PGA TOUR. Finished the season No. 202 on the money list, with his best finish a T24 at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
Limited to nine events on the PGA TOUR due to neck injury suffered in Hawaii, two days prior to start of the Sony Open at the beginning of the season. Did not play after May, with best finish a 17th-place showing at the MCI Heritage.
Became second-youngest player to earn Web.com Tour Player of the Year honors after winning twice and finishing No. 1 on the money list with $371,346. At 25, trailed only 1996 winner Stewart Cink, who was 23 when he won the award. Recorded seven top-10s. Posted runner-up finishes at the Virginia Beach Open and the Albertsons Boise Open. Other top-10 finishes were posted at the Jacob's Creek Open (T8), Henrico County Open (sixth) and the Knoxville Open (T4). Finished second in All Around Ranking, fourth in Total Eagles, fifth in Birdie Average and Scoring Average, sixth in Putting Average and ninth in Driving Distance.
Made the cut in 13 of 18 events on the Web.com Tour, with 10 top-25 appearances. Finished the season No. 31 on the money list, with $146,516 and three top-fives, at the Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic (T2), Oregon Classic (T3) and Chattanooga Classic (T4). Had the longest streak of consecutive rounds of par or better with 30. Ranked in the top 10 in 13 statistical categories. Also captured wins on the Tight Lies Tour.
Made the cut in eight of 10 starts on the Web.com Tour, with a pair of top-10 finishes. Was T9 at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open, thanks to a second-round 65 and a pair of 70s on the weekend at Crestview CC. At the weather-shortned Utah Classic, finished T4, three strokes behind winner Arron Oberholser. Won the Scottsdale Swing at Eagle Mountain on the Canadian Tour. Won events on the Gateway Tour.