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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Wasn't able to match his 2016 performance of a victory and a third-place finish on the money list, but he still enjoyed another solid year narrowly missing a third straight season with $1 million in earnings. Was among the leaders in several statistical categories. He finished seventh in greens in regulation, ninth in driving accuracy and eight in total driving.
Enjoyed perhaps his finest year as a professional since 2006 with a victory, a tie for second and 13 top-10 finishes to his credit. He was third on the final money list, fifth in the Charles Schwab Cup race and also led the Tour in Total Driving for the third year in succession.
Was one of six players to lead Charles Schwab Cup standings during season and eventually finished fifth in the final standings. Was voted as the PGA TOUR Champions's Player of the Month for April.
Played on all three Tours and was among the top 10 in seven of his 13 PGA TOUR Champions starts. Made eight cuts in 15 PGA TOUR starts, highlighted by three top-25s. Ended his PGA TOUR season after the Wyndham Championship, ranked 170th in the FedExCup standings. Led the PGA TOUR Champions in Driving Accuracy (85.87 percent) and Total Driving (13).
Played in 18 Web.com Tour events and seven PGA TOUR events. On the Web.com Tour, had three top-10s, making 14 cuts. On the PGA TOUR, his best finishes were a T37 and a T54, and he missed the cut in his other five starts.
Finished the season No. 165 in the FedExCup standings, with five made cuts in 11 starts. Also played on the Web.com Tour.
Failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time since 2007 and finished outside of the top 125 on the money list for the fourth time in five years.
Managed two top-10 finishes in 19 starts on TOUR.
Made the cut in half of his 20 PGA TOUR starts.
Finished No. 129 on the money list for the second consecutive season. Led the TOUR in Greens in Regulation for the third time in his career.
Made 17 of 28 cuts and competed in one event in the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup. Finished 129th on the money list, but was already exempt for the 2008 season thanks to his win at the 2006 FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort.
Finished a career-best 13th on the money list and wrapped up Player of the Month honors for October/November thanks to five consecutive top-10s to finish the season, including his fourth career TOUR victory at the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. Earned 72 percent ($2,016,450) of his earnings during the five-tournament stretch. Led TOUR in Driving Accuracy (78.43 percent) for second time in his career (2001).
Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the fifth time in his first nine years, including second straight. Finished first on TOUR in Greens in Regulation, fourth in Driving Accuracy and fifth in Total Driving.
Finished in top 15 on money list for first time in career. After missing first cut at Touchstone Energy Tucson Open, ran off string of eight consecutive cuts made including four top-10s, two victories and rewrote several TOUR records. Earned more money in first nine starts of season ($1,778,672) than in entire TOUR career ($1,696,838), which covered 128 events.
Returned to the top 100 after falling out in 1999 due to an injured rib that hindered his play most of the season.
Had successful return to PGA TOUR, finishing 100th on the money list on strength of three top-10s. Led TOUR in Total Driving.
Finished third on Web.com Tour money list with four top-three finishes.
Earned first PGA TOUR card at Qualifying Tournament. Named the T.C. Jordan Tour Player of the Year.