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PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Had a nice stretch in the last two months of the season with six consecutive top-25 finishes.
Made a late run for a spot in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the third consecutive year but fell short, finishing 39th following the first two Playoff events. Made over half his season earnings in his final five events.
Experienced a breakthrough season on Tour and was one of just four players with multiple titles on the season.
Started the season as a non-exempt player but open-qualified for four events early in the campaign and eventually played his way into fully exempt status for 2015. Key to his season was a stretch just past the mid-point in the year when he was among the top five in four of five tournaments. Early in the season, registered top-10 finishes in two majors on the PGA TOUR Champions. Easily earned the most he's ever made in a single season in professional golf, his $952,814 surpassing the 2003 PGA TOUR season when he pocketed more than $600,000.
Made eight of 17 cuts on the Web.com Tour, with both of his top-20 finishes coming within his first four starts on the circuit.
At No. 222, failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs. Made the cut in eight of 22 starts but failed to record a top-25 finish.
Played majority of the year on the Web.com Tour, with three top-10s in 21 starts. Also made three cuts in three starts on the PGA TOUR.
Failed to crack the top 10 in 10 PGA TOUR starts. Played 15 Web.com Tour events, with one top-10 finish. Ended the year No. 97 on the money list.
Had one made-cut in six events. Ended the Web.com Tour season No. 74 on the money list after making 14 cuts in 19 starts but had only two top-10 finishes.
Made the cut in 12 of 21 starts on the PGA TOUR, with top-10 finishes. Had back-to-back top-10 finishes for the first time since 2003.
Finished 145th on the money list.
Received a Major Medical Extension for 2005. Ended the season 139th on the money list to earn partial status for the 2006 season.
Made six starts before season was cut short due to back surgery in April.
One of six Web.com Tour graduates from the class of 2002 to retain TOUR card, finishing in top 125 for the first time since 1996.
Continued to play under Major Medical Extension carryover from 2001 season. After playing in 19 events in 2001, had one remaining event in 2002 to earn $174,047 and keep Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the season. After a missed-cut, spent the remainder of the year on the Web.com Tour where he finished eighth and picked up his first win. Win came in his 309th combined start on the Web.com Tour/PGA TOUR. Added two runner-up finishes.
Playing on a Medical Extension, earned $172,738 in 19 events. Made 10 cuts and had two top-25 finishes.
Only played in 10 TOUR events before undergoing back surgery on May 30.
Became the first player in Web.com Tour history to earn more than $200,000 without benefit of a victory. Finished third on Web.com Tour money list to earn PGA TOUR card for 2000.
Spent most of the season retooling his game, changing from a right-to-left approach to a preferred left-to-right style. Played in only one tournament.
Finished in top 100 for second consecutive season. Posted three top-10 finishes.
Finished No. 71 on the TOUR money list.