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PGA TOUR Victories (5)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (4)
Additional Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Posted three finishes in the top 10, including a T5 finish with Michael Allen at Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge. Made his first hole-in-one on PGA TOUR Champions at the Chubb Classic. Advanced to the first Playoffs event and finished No. 66 in the standings.
Took full advantage of his first full season on PGA TOUR Champions, posting his first career victory, a third-place finish and a 22nd place finish on the final money list. Led the Tour in driving distance at 297.6.
Among the two cuts made in 10 starts, finished inside the top 10 in Puerto Rico. Suffered a collapsed lung August 29 on the No. 18 tee box at a pro-am golf event at Deerfield CC in Canton, Miss. Was treated at Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, Miss., and was back on the golf course the next day. Had a lingering rib injury since 2007 that caused severe pain and affected his breathing.
Ended the PGA TOUR Season No. 209 in the FedExCup standings, with five made cuts in 15 starts.
Made four of 12 cuts on TOUR and finished No. 235 in the FedExCup standings.
Made a late-season push, but at No. 140 on the points list failed to make it to the FedExCup Playoffs.
Made six cuts in 18 PGA TOUR starts, with one top-10 finish. Made 10 European Tour starts, with two made cuts.
Made the cut in 14 of 20 PGA TOUR starts. Made two starts on the Korn Ferry Tour. Also made two European Tour cuts.
Made three cuts in six starts on the PGA TOUR.
Made five cuts in 17 starts on the PGA TOUR. Placed 232nd on the money list, the worst finish of his career.
Lost playoffs to World No. 1 (Tiger Woods) and No. 2 (Vijay Singh).
Rebirth of career started with first PGA TOUR victory since 1995, capped by first TOUR Championship appearance since rookie year in 1991. Enjoyed most consistent season, with a career-best 17 made cuts in 22 starts. Underwent surgery on his right heel on Sept. 30 to remove bone spurs.
Fell out of the top 125 from No. 112 to No. 171 with only one top-10 in 22 starts. Missed cut or was disqualified at final seven events of 2003. Averaged a career-best 314.3 yards off the tee, but failed to win ninth consecutive Driving Distance crown. Rookie Hank Kuehne averaged 321.4 yards.
Slipped from 61st to 112th on TOUR money list, but won his 11th Driving Distance crown with a record mark of 306.8 yards per drive. Daly's 11th category win surpassed the mark of Calvin Peete, who won 10 Driving Accuracy titles in his career.
Had four top-10 finishes and placed 61st on the money list, his highest since 1995. Began the season ranked 507th in the Official World Golf Ranking and reached the top 50 by the end of the official PGA TOUR season.
Played in 26 events and made four straight cuts near end of the year.
Both of his top-10s came in back-to-back starts.
Became youngest active player on TOUR with two major championship titles and fourth American at the time since World War II to win two majors before his 30th birthday, joining Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Johnny Miller.
Made 24 starts, including 15 made cuts.
Named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year.
Played on the Korn Ferry Tour. Finished ninth on money list.
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