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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
Additional Victories (3)
Selected as PGA TOUR Champions Rookie of the Year. Had an impressive showing in his first season on Tour, winning twice, posting 10 top-10 finishes in 20 starts and setting a new record with 16 consecutive rounds in the 60s, breaking Hale Irwin's 18-year mark. Was among the leaders in several statistical categories, including driving accuracy (T5), putting average (6th), greens in regulation (8th) and scoring average (5th). Was sixth on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list.
Advanced to FedExCup Playoffs for 10th consecutive season, one of 16 players to qualify for all 10 seasons of the FedExCup Playoffs since its inception in 2007. Made 15 cuts in 21 starts through the Wyndham Championship before ending his season with a missed cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship, at No. 72 in the standings, just two positions outside the 70 players who advanced to the BMW Championship. Finished the FedExCup at No. 72 in the standings, marking the fourth consecutive season he finished inside the top 100.
PGA TOUR veteran extended his streak of FedExCup Playoffs appearances to a perfect nine for nine, thanks to three top-10 finishes in 21 starts through the Wyndham Championship. A top-10 at the Deutsche Bank Championship extended his season through the BMW Championship, the third of the Playoffs' four events. Ended his season outside Chicago at No. 68 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 17 of 23 cuts, with four top-10s including two third-place finishes. Has advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for all eight years of their existence. Finished 62nd in the final FedExCup standings, his best effort since the 2011 season.
Made it to the FedExCup Playoffs for the seventh consecutive season, thanks to five top-25 finishes in 15 made cuts. Among them were two top-5 finishes.
Made 21 PGA TOUR Season starts.
At No. 61, finished inside the top 125 on the money list for the 15th time in 16 seasons on the PGA TOUR (1997, finished No. 103). Closed the season with eight consecutive made cuts.
Recorded one top-10 in 29 starts, but overall consistent season saw him exceed $1 million in earnings for the 10th consecutive season.
Won for the first time in seven years with a victory at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and reached the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the first time in five years. Finished 22nd in the FedExCup.
Notched a pair of runner-up finishes to secure a ninth consecutive season in the top 60 on the money list.
Competed in the first three events of the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup before missing a spot in the TOUR Championship by two spots on the points list (No. 32). Recorded seven top-10 finishes, two of which came at major championships (Masters, U.S. Open).
Finished in the top 40 (No. 39) on the TOUR money list for the fifth time in last six years in a year that included two second-place finishes.
Finished 58th on the money list, lowest showing since finishing 59th in 2000.
Finished in the top 30 and made more than $2 million for the third straight season. Did not post a win but matched his career high in top-10s (2003) with eight. Contemplated off-season left-shoulder surgery (AC joint) but decided to try rehab instead.
Earned a career-best 10 top-10s.
Finished top 10 on the money list for the first time in his career.
Made more than $1 million in a season for the first time in his career, $1,491,607 (35th). For sixth consecutive year, played in 30-plus events.
Finished 59th on the TOUR money list with $784,754. Ranking equaled previous career best when he won $336,748 in 1996.
Made cut in 22 of 34 events.
Madison, Wis., native nearly captured first TOUR title in front of home-state fans. Trailed by three strokes entering final round of Greater Milwaukee Open. Shot closing 64 to catch Loren Roberts and force playoff after each shot tournament-record 265. Roberts birdied first extra hole for victory. Finished rookie season 59th on money list.
Named Web.com Tour Player of the Year. Was leading money-winner with $188,878. Won Alabama Classic and Buffalo Open.
Won the Wisconsin State Open.