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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
PGA TOUR season highlighted by two top-15 finishes in nine starts, with a season-best T10 at the Puerto Rico Open representing his first top 10 since the 2005 U.S. Bank in Milwaukee. Held the 54-hole co-lead at Trump International GC but shot a final-round, 1-over-par 73. Opened with matching 3-under 67s at the FedEx St. Jude Classic en route to a T12. Final start came at the Barracuda Championship (T37), eventually finishing the season No. 193 in the FedExCup standings. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals' events, making two cuts (T16, T30). Finished 44th on the Finals' money list.
Made three of seven PGA TOUR cuts.
Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR for the first season since 2000. Made five of nine cuts on the Web.com Tour.
Missed the cut in all three of his starts on the PGA TOUR. Did not make a cut in two starts on the Web.com Tour.
As he continued splitting time between home duties and professional golf, missed the cut in each of his four starts on the PGA TOUR, and made two of eight Web.com Tour cuts.
Splitting time between home duties and professional golf, made 10 starts on the PGA TOUR and seven on the Web.com Tour, playing out of the Past Champion category.
His playing season ended after wife, Beth, died and children were injured in an auto accident in late June in Indiana. PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour players wore ribbons at tournaments to show their support and a benefit golf tournament was held.
Finished No. 57 on the Web.com Tour money list.
Competed in eight PGA TOUR and 22 Web.com Tour events, with two top-10s on the Web.com Tour.
Finished outside the top 150 (No. 195) on the PGA TOUR money list for the second straight season. Made cut in 12 of 21 starts with one top-25, a T24 at the B.C. Open presented by Turning Stone Resort.
His consistent play late in the season secured a spot in the top 125, after falling out in 2003.
Captured first TOUR victory at the Buick Classic in his 148th TOUR start. Had sole possession of 54-hole lead. Sewed up first-place check of $630,000 with a one-stroke victory over David Gossett, Pat Perez and Loren Roberts.
Established a Web.com Tour record with five runner-up finishes. Sixth-place finish on money list earned his TOUR card for 2001 season.
Tore tendon in left wrist at the Omaha Classic in August which sidelined him for seven weeks.
Had a 427-yard drive in the final round of The Honda Classic, which at the time was the longest recorded drive at a TOUR event (surpassed by Davis Love III's 476-yarder in 2004).
Earned three of his five Web.com Tour victories in 1997, making him the first player to take advantage of a three-win promotion to the TOUR.
Finished seventh on 1995 Web.com Tour money list to graduate to PGA TOUR for first time.