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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Made just three cuts in 15 starts on the PGA TOUR, with a T27 at the Valero Texas Open his best outing. Will enter the 2017-18 season on a Major Medical Extension with eight available events to earn 300 FedExCup points or $479,415 to remain exempt for the remainder of the season. Injury dates back to 2013-14 season that limited him to just two starts that year. Made his PGA TOUR Champions debut in late March. Went on to record two top-10 finishes in eight starts on that Tour.
Will enter the 2016-17 season with 23 available starts on a Major Medical Extension to earn 365 FedExCup points or $556,345 to remain exempt for the remainder of the season.
Did not make a start during the PGA TOUR Season as he continued to rehab a shoulder injury. Will enter the 2015-16 season with 24 available starts to earn 365 FedExCup points or $556,345 as part of his Major Medical Extension.
Did not play on TOUR again after the OHL Mayakoba Classic event in November after injuring his left shoulder.
Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs for the fifth time, making it through the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Finished with his best-ever FedExCup ranking (No. 58).
Continued his recovery from wrist injury, making only 12 PGA TOUR starts but nearly winning. Finished No. 135 on the final money list.
Finished outside the top 125 for just the second time (2008) since joining the PGA TOUR full-time in 1989, despite a pair of top-10 finishes.
Playing on a Top 50 Career Money Exemption, earned more than $1 million and finished within the top 100 on the money list.
Had two top-10s and finished 127th on the money list, his worst placement since 149th in 1996. Used a one-time Top 50 on the PGA TOUR Career Money List exemption for 2009.
Three top-10s in April and May assured a spot in the top 125 for the season.
Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the 15th time in his career, including each of the last 10 years. Made the cut in 17 of 25 starts and was twice a runner-up.
Despite not winning for the first time since 2000, finished among the top 40 on the money list for the third straight season, thanks to six top-10s.
Posted two victories and ended season with six consecutive top-10s to place career-high ninth on money list. The $2,795,477 in earnings was also a personal best. One of nine multiple winners on TOUR.
Fell out of the top 30 on the money list for the first time in two seasons. Recorded seven top-25s and three top-10s and was among the Top 100 on the money list.
Missed only one cut in 28 starts. His nine top-10s were a career high and for third time in his career finished among top 30 on the money list.
Put together seven top-10s that included a second and third.
Rebounded with $340,057 in earnings in 19 starts. Had 25 consecutive rounds of par or better, the second longest on TOUR for the year.
Lost fully exempt status after finishing 149th on money list.
Named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year.