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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Finished the Regular Season at No. 242 on the money list. Made the cut in two of 12 events. Qualified for the Web.com Tour Finals via FedExCup Points. Finished the Finals at No. 110.
With a final ranking of No. 206 in the FedExCup standings, failed to advance to the Playoffs for the ninth time in 10 years (2012). Made the cut in seven of 21 starts, with a T33 at his season-ending Wyndham Championship his best outing.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 18 starts, one win, three top 10s, six top 25s and 13 cuts made. Led the Tour in Total Eagles (15) and Eagles/Holes Per (74.4). Was 19th in the final priority-ranking order. Split his time between the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour. Made three cuts in five starts on the PGA TOUR, with a T27 at the Puerto Rico Open his best showing. Enjoyed more success on the Web.com Tour, garnering a win and a pair of third-place finishes among his 11 made cuts in 15 Regular Season starts to secure his 2015-16 PGA TOUR card. Led the Regular Season in Eagles/Holes Per (72 percent). Played in the first two Web.com Tour Finals' events, making the cut in Fort Wayne (T69) and Charlotte (T64), before skipping Columbus due to fatigue. Missed the cut at the Web.com Tour Championship.
Season included just three made cuts in 13 starts, ending the year No. 180 in the FedExCup standings. Finished a season-best T7 at the RBC Canadian Open, marking his first PGA TOUR top-10 since the 2013 Barracuda Championship (T5). Entered the week having missed the cut in nine of his last 11 starts on TOUR. Equaled the Royal Montreal GC's course record, with a 7-under 63, just one shy of the all-time best final-round score at the RBC Canadian Open (62 by Andy Bean in 1983). His round matched 63s by Jim Furyk (2014), Graham DeLaet (2014), Scott Verplank (2001) and Canadian David Morland IV (2001). The 63 equaled his career-low round on TOUR, set twice at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee (2006 and 2009). PGA TOUR season concluded in August with his making just three cuts in 13 starts, ending the year No. 180 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 12 of 23 PGA TOUR cuts, with two top-10s. Finished No 144 in the FedExCup standings. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals events but was not able to improve his status for the 2013-14 season.
Qualified for his first FedExCup Playoffs, finishing No. 70 in the FedExCup standings.
Made four cuts in eight PGA TOUR starts, with a best finish a T30 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, his 14th start at Bay Hill. Collected one top-10 finish in 14 starts on the Web.com Tour, a T7 at the WNB Golf Classic in Midland, Texas, in October after four consecutive sub-par rounds.
Made five PGA TOUR starts, with a best finish of T29 at the St. Jude Classic, site of his lone TOUR win (1994). Made 23 Web.com Tour starts, with a runner-up finish at the Cox Classic following rounds of 66-66-65-66.
Made the cut in five of 10 starts on the PGA TOUR, recording one top-10 finish, a T4 at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. Shot 63-65 on the weekend during the week of his 40th birthday. The 63 tied his PGA TOUR career-low round, also played at Brown Deer Park GC in 2006. Did not make a cut in eight starts on the Web.com Tour in 2009.
Split time between the PGA TOUR and the Web.com Tour. Played in 13 tournaments on the Web.com Tour and made 11 cuts, with a season-best T7 at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship.
Competed in 25 tournaments on the PGA TOUR and recorded one top-10 finish, 4th, at the inaugural Ginn sur Mer Classic. Marked his best finish on TOUR since a T3 effort at the 1996 Canon Greater Hartford Open.
Regained PGA TOUR card for the 2007 season with a T29 finish at 2006 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament, his fifth successful trip to the finals. Split 2006 season between TOUR (made six of nine cuts) and Web.com Tour (13-19) earning one top-10, a T9 at the TOUR's U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
Playing with partial status on TOUR, concentrated primarily on the Web.com Tour. Made the cut in 13 of 25 starts on the Web.com Tour, with four top-10s. Ended the year 37th on the money list with $131,757.
Finished 184th on money list.
Split time on the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour, playing in 23 TOUR events.
Missed four months of the season due to an attack of gallstones and pancreatitis. Had to be fed through a tube for 2½ months and had his gallbladder removed. After T25 finish at the Touchstone Energy Tucson Open in late February, did not play again until late June at the Canon Greater Hartford Open. Eventually made 16 starts, with nine made cuts. Best finish was a T15 at the John Deere Classic, with a pair of 66s (in the second and final rounds) helping his cause.
Waited until his final event of the season, the Southern Farm Bureau Classic, to get his first top-10. Was in solid position through 54 holes, in solo second, two strokes behind Chad Campbell. Went in the wrong direction Sunday, with a 1-over 73 at Annadale GC to T10.
Made 14 cuts in 35 starts, with his lone top-10 a T10 at the BellSouth Classic at TPC Sugarloaf outside Atlanta.
Rebounded nicely from a disappointing 1998 season. Had two top-10s and ended 109th on the money list. Best finishes were both fifth-place showings.
Finished 234th on the money list. Best performance was a T41 at the CVS Charity Classic.
Dropped all the way to 207th on the money list. Did not record a top-10, his best finishing coming at the CVS Charity Classic, a T16. Had rounds of 66-68-68 over his final 54 holes.
Contended at the Canon Greater Hartford Open, shooting 68-67 on the weekend to T3.
Struggled to a 161st-place finish on the money list, with his best showing a T8 at the Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic after opening 66-68.
Won the Federal Express St. Jude Classic in rookie season. A 20-foot putt on 72nd hole earned spot in playoff with Hal Sutton and Gene Sauers. Holed 25-foot birdie putt on first extra hole to win.