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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (3)
PLAYOFF RECORD (1-0)
Posted four top-10s, including a T6 at the U.S. Senior Open, and finished 26th in the Charles Schwab Cup. Led the Tour in Par 3 Scoring (2.97) and had the season’s longest streak of holes without a three-putt (265).
Posted four top-10s and finished 21st in the Charles Schwab Cup, his third top-30 finish in the last four years. Played in Sunday's final group at all three Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs events, ending the year with finishes of T15-T3-T5.
Enjoyed his most productive season on Tour since joining full time in 2015, jumping from 38th to 13th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list. Season resume included his first career victory in April and six other top-10 finishes.
Competed in 20 events during the season with a trio of top-10 finishes to his credit.
Made 18 starts and was only out of the top 20 in one tournament in the last three months. Made a late push to secure a spot into the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship which featured the top-30 money winners on the year.
Playing out of the top 50 on the PGA TOUR career money-list category, missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, finishing No. 190 in the season-long competition. Made the cut in six of 18 starts. In August, inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame.
Made seven of 19 cuts on TOUR and finished No. 173 in the FedExCup standings. It was his second consecutive season without a top-10 finish after recording at least one for 15 straight seasons (1997-2011.) Turns 50 in April 2014.
Made the cut in just seven of 20 events. Was the first season on the PGA TOUR without a top-10 showing and the first year of his career without double-digit made cuts.
Finished outside of the top 125 (No. 139) on the official money list for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1998. Also failed to finish inside the top 70 on the FedExCup points list for the first time in five years (No. 138.)
Finished outside of the top 100 on the money list (No. 107) for the first time since playing his first full season on TOUR in 1998.
Enjoyed another solid year, defined by seven top-10 finishes. Missed just five cuts in 23 starts.
In a season in which he worked on swing changes, won for the second consecutive year.
Started having problems with his back at the end of the season. Withdrew from the Canadian Open in September and the American Express Championship outside London three weeks later. Also missed the TOUR Championship in Atlanta. It marked the second time he has qualified for the final 30-man field in his career.
Finished eighth on the money list and compiled a career-best 11 top-10s, including his first TOUR victory. Made 21 cuts in 27 tournaments entered and made over $3 million in a single season for the first time in his career. One of 10 players to record multiple top-10s in the majors in 2004.
The 72nd and last player to earn $1 million on the PGA TOUR during that season.
Due to visa problems was unable to start the season until May. Made the most of the 18 events entered, making 11 cuts and finishing among top 10 four times.
Rookie on the Korn Ferry Tour.
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