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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (1)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
In early September, Flesch had surgery to repair two bulging discs in his lower neck. He was 33rd on the money list through his final tournament of the year, and he went on to finish 49th in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings. He was one of five first-time winners on PGA TOUR Champions in 2018.
Joined the Tour in May shortly after turning 50 and competed in 16 events. Finished with 10 top-25 finishes, including a trio of top-10 efforts. Advanced to two rounds of the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs but failed to advance to the final event after finishing 39th on the money list.
Played in just six events, making the cut in three of those.
Made seven starts with a pair of cuts to his credit.
Made two cuts in five starts.
Made two of six PGA TOUR cuts. Had had at least 12 starts each season since joining the TOUR in 1998.
Missed the cut in all 12 starts during the season.
Finished outside the top 125 for the first time in TOUR career dating to his rookie campaign in 1998. Did qualify for the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup.
Finished 124th on the money list, the lowest finish of his career. Had never finished higher than 95th. Recorded two top-10 finishes.
Won more than $1 million for the eighth time in the last nine years and had two top-10s, both in majors. First time in his career in which he recorded two top-10s in majors in a single season.
Earned two PGA TOUR victories down the stretch to become one of six multiple winners on the year. One of only four left-handers (Phil Mickelson, Mike Weir and Bob Charles) to win multiple times on the PGA TOUR. Finished among the top-30 on the money list for the fourth time in his career.
Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the ninth time. Matched career high in starts with 33 (2003). Made 26 cuts, second most in career behind 29 in 2000. Best finishes were a pair of T3s.
Had lowest career finish on the money list, 95th, after posting just two top-10s. Had an MRI in December to diagnose pain in his right shoulder and underwent arthroscopic surgery the next day to treat decompression in his shoulder.
Surpassed $1-million mark in earnings for fifth consecutive season. Surpassed $2 million in earnings and won for the second consecutive season. Named Player of the Month in May.
Earned a then-career-high $2,269,630 thanks to nine top-10s.
Finished in the top 50 on the money list for third time in four years as a member, thanks to six top-10s.
Ranked second behind Tiger Woods in top-10s, with 13
Season interrupted after fracturing right forearm falling down stairs leaving Tucson. Made first start since injury at THE PLAYERS Championship and went on to post three top-10s.
Voted PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. First left-hander to receive honor, keyed by seven consecutive top-25s in the spring, including a second and a third.
Finished top-10 on Asian Tour order of merit for the third time in his career; others came in 1993-94.
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