Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour or Web.com Tour during the year.
Member of the Web.com Tour in 1993 and 2001-08, with a career-best No. 5 finish in earnings during rookie season in 1993. Has 15 career top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour, with his last coming at the 2004 Alberta Classic (T8). 2010: Made five starts on the PGA TOUR, with a best finish being a T37 in his first event of the season at the Mayakoba Golf Classic
Made three starts on the Champions Tour, highlighted by a T12 at the U.S. Senior Open. 2009: Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR but claimed two top-10s in 19 starts on the Champions Tour. 2008: Made three cuts in seven starts on the PGA TOUR, with a season-best T63 at the AT&T Classic (his first made cut since T60 at the 2004 B.C. Open). Playing on the Champions Tour for the first time, posted three top-10 finishes in nine starts during the season. Open-qualified for the AT&T Championship and finished T3 in San Antonio near the end of the season. Final-round, 8-under 63 was a career best on either the PGA TOUR or Champions Tour and included a front-nine, 6-under 29. Enjoyed a successful Champions Tour debut, firing a closing-round 67 to finish T5 at The Principal Charity Classic. The top-10 finish earned him a berth in the Bank of America Championship, where he finished T7. Also made seven starts on the Web.com Tour, with a season-best T39 at the Mexico Open. 2002: His T4 finish at the Tampa Bay Classic marked first top-10 on the PGA TOUR since a T8 at the 1997 Shell Houston Open, and his best performance since a T3 at the 1995 LaCantera Texas Open (a span of 87 events). 1996: Closed with a 70 to finish fourth at the U.S. Open at Oakland Hills CC in his home state of Michigan. 1995: Won the United Airlines Hawaiian Open with a closing 68 to defeat Tom Lehman and Duffy Waldorf by three strokes. 1993: Earned his first PGA TOUR card by finishing fifth on Web.com Tour money list. Winner of New England Classic. Played Australasian Tour from 1989-92. Winner 1990 Australian Open in a playoff over Craig Parry. Big Ten champion at the University of Michigan.