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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
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CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
A year after winning the Charles Schwab Cup, Sutherland finished 17th in the final standings. Season was highlighted by a second-round 60 at the Boeing Classic, his second round of 60 or better on PGA TOUR Champions. Totaled nine top-10s and surpassed the million-dollar mark for the fourth straight season. Led the Tour in Greens in Regulation (78.03%) for the second straight season.
Sutherland's 2017 season was one of the most successful of his professional career, as he clinched the Charles Schwab Cup with his win at the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship. He opened the season with seven straight top-10 finishes, which helped position him at No. 5 in the Charles Schwab Cup entering the season's final event. As one of the top-five players in the standings, his path to winning the Charles Schwab Cup was clear, as a tournament win would make him the winner of the season-long race for the Charles Schwab Cup. He shot rounds of 69-63-66 at Phoenix Country Club, which gave him a one-shot victory, his first win on PGA TOUR Champions and the Charles Schwab Cup. He finished the season with 15 top-10s and $1,961,732 in winnings. Statistically, he was No. 1 in greens in regulation (78.57%), No. 2 in scoring average (68.79) and No. 3 in scrambling (68.31%).
Enjoyed another productive season on PGA TOUR Champions with a career-best 12 top-10 finishes, including a pair of runner-up efforts and a pair of third-place finishes. Was sixth on the money list for the second year in succession with a career-best $1,456,147. His 69.51 scoring average ranked third on Tour.
Came close to winning on three occasions during the season.
Joined the PGA TOUR Champions midway through the season after turning 50 in July and made his debut at the U.S. Senior Open when he played on a special exemption for the USGA. Finished 46th on the final money list in just 10 starts.
On the PGA TOUR, made six of 13 TOUR cuts but failed to clear his Major Medical Extension. Did not have a top-10 for a third consecutive season. Finished No. 186 in the FedExCup standings.
Played the season on a Major Medical Extension. Made only four starts before shutting his season down due to injury in February after AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Made only five cuts in 11 starts before neck and back injuries forced him to take the rest of the season off after missing the cut at THE PLAYERS Championship.
Earned exempt status on the PGA TOUR for the 13th consecutive year and had two top-10s.
Had a career year with more than $2 million in earnings and qualified for the TOUR Championship for the first time in his career. Made 20 cuts in 24 events entered, lost twice in playoffs and posted 10 top-25s.
Had best season since 2003, with a runner-up finish and three top-10s.
Ended the season 115th on the TOUR money list, the lowest spot since he finished No. 135 as a rookie in 1996. But managed to retain his fully-exempt status for 10th consecutive season. Made 21 cuts in 29 events entered and posted seven top-25 finishes.
His four top-10s were the most since he posted seven in 2001.
Earned first TOUR title in his 184th career start.
Shattered previous mark for top-25s with 13 (previous best was 12 in 2000).
Finished with four top-10s and eight top-25s.
Made the cut in 21 of 26 Web.com Tour starts and had 12 top-25 and seven top-10 finishes. Lack of any finishes higher than T5 kept him down the money list, and he wound up No. 32 for the year.
Member of Web.com Tour. Made 15 starts and turned in a runner-up performance for the second consecutive year.
Member of Web.com Tour. Made 16 cuts in 26 starts and finished 40th on the money list.