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Web.com Tour Victories (6)
Missed the cut in his only two starts on the Web.com Tour.
Only Web.com Tour appearance was a missed cut at the Mexico Open.
Did not make a start on either Tour.
Made two starts on the Web.com Tour but did not make a cut.
Missed the cut in one start on the Web.com Tour and one start on the PGA TOUR.
Missed the cut in his other two TOUR starts. Also missed the cut in his only start on the Web.com Tour.
Made the cut in just two of eight starts on the Web.com Tour. His last made cut was a T28 at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic.
Returned to the Web.com Tour in mid-season after recovering from neck surgery in late 2002. Was tied for second and held solo second after the 36- and 54-hole marks at 2003 Reese's Cup Classic in July, his second start of the year. Wound up T13 in Hershey. Added a T12 at the Omaha Classic. Best round of the year was an opening 64 at the Price Cutter Charity Classic. Wound up making the cut in seven of his 14 starts, with four top-25s. Missed the cut at the U.S. Open.
Made two starts and one cut on both the PGA TOUR and the Web.com Tour.
Last full season on the PGA TOUR came when he made the cut in eight of 27 starts.
Finished No. 130 on the PGA TOUR money list, earning a career-best $339,242. Made 15 cuts and finished in the top 10 twice. Shared first-round lead at Michelob Championship at Kingsmill after opening 66. Closed 72-69-68 for T5 worth $105,375, his career-best finish on TOUR. Also tied for sixth at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Posted three top-25s and made 15 cuts in 29 events on the PGA TOUR. Best weeks came at the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic (T13) and the FedEx St. Jude Classic (T15).
Made 18 cuts in 27 starts on the Web.com Tour and was runner-up three times. Was T2 at the South Carolina Classic and later lost in playoffs at the Dakota Dunes Open and the San Jose Open.
Made 11 cuts in 19 starts and had three top-10 finishes. Best week was a T5 at the Puget Sound Open. Also finished T12 at the B.C. Open and qualified for the U.S. Open, but missed the 36-hole cut.
Made 15 cuts in 25 starts and posted a T14 at the Nissan Open. Qualified for both the U.S. Open and The Open Championship. Was T32 at the U.S. Open at Oakland Hills in Michigan.
Also had top finishes at the Tour Championship (T4) and Texarkana Open (T5). Ended the year No. 8 on the money list and gained his PGA TOUR card for the 1996 season.
Made 14 cuts in 31 starts on the PGA TOUR. Best finishes were a T8 at the Las Vegas Invitational and a T17 at the B.C. Open.
Named Player of the Year on the Web.com Tour after a record-setting season that saw him win four times and the end the year No. 1 on the money list. Was T4 at the Shreveport Open and came back a week later to win for the first time at the Central Georgia Open. Opened with a 1-over 73 that left him nine shots out of the lead. Came back with an 11-under 61 in the second round and moved into a two-shot advantage. A 1-under 71 on the final day gave him a two-stroke win over Don Walsworth. Also qualified for the U.S. Open but missed the 36-hole cut.
Made the cut in 12 of 27 starts on the Web.com Tour and earned his first career win, at the Louisiana Open. Put together six birdies in a 10-hole stretch on the final day to win by one.
Made the cut in nine of 25 starts on the PGA TOUR, with his best finish at T29 at the Greater Milwaukee Open.
Rookie PGA TOUR season saw him make six cuts in 23 starts. Best week was a T24 at the B.C. Open.