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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
International Victories (2)
Additional Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Will enter the 2015-16 PGA TOUR Season playing on a Major Medical Extension, where he will have four events to earn 410 FedExCup points or $669,670 to satisfy the extension requirements. A minor medical exemption will kick in should he play the number of events listed under the major medical and not earn the combined points/money needed to keep stay in that category, with four additional starts to meet the criteria. During the season, made 18 starts, with 14 missed cuts and three withdrawals before announcing he would take a leave of absence from golf after a WD from the John Deere Classic in early July. "I will be taking an indefinite leave of absence from golf competition effective today. Family is incredibly important to me, and I have decided to take some time to focus on my personal life and children. Although there is no set timeline for my return, I love the game and will return when the time is right."
Made nine of 25 TOUR cuts, with just one top-10 while utilizing his one-time, exemption for his position in the top 50 in career earnings. Finished No. 139 in the FedExCup standings to miss the Playoffs. However, was able to finish No. 104 on the money list to retain PGA TOUR card for 2014-15.
Made nine of 22 cuts on TOUR and finished No. 174 in the FedExCup standings. Failed to record a top-10 for the third consecutive season. Used his top 25 on the PGA TOUR career money list exemption for the season.
Had three events to earn $644,854 on a Non-Exempt Major Medical Extension but was forced to play out of the Past Champion category the rest of the year when he did not make that amount. Made 14 starts, missing the cut in all 14.
Began the season on a Major Medical Extension. Made only two cuts in 15 starts as he fought through an elbow injury, ultimately ending his season after withdrawing from the RBC Canadian Open.
Limited to 19 events due to a partial ligament tear in his right elbow. Finished outside the top 125 for the first time since rookie campaign in 1998. In first start of the year, finished sixth at the Bob Hope Classic on the strength of a final-round 66. Has four top-10 finishes at the Palm Springs, CA, event, including a win in 2003.
Finished 29th in the FedExCup standings for his second straight top 30 finish (sixth in 2008).
Ranked sixth in the FedExCup standings, thanks to six top-10s. Ended the year with 18 made cuts in 24 starts.
Returned to winner's circle at the Fry's Electronics Open and defeated World No. 1 Tiger Woods in Canadian homeland at The Presidents Cup.
Finished in the top 40 (No. 33) on the money list for the sixth time in the last eight seasons. Twelve top-25s were the most since he had 16 in 2003. Posted at least two top-10s in the majors for the third time in his nine-year TOUR career.
Fell to No. 56 on the money list with only two top-10s in 23 starts. Lingering neck injury suffered at 2004 Bell Canadian Open affected play.
Had breakthrough season on TOUR, with three wins, matching his career total entering the season, including his first major title at the Masters. Missed just one cut all season for the first time in his career. Fifth-place finish on money list and earnings over $4.8 million were career bests. Finished season with top-10s in three of four majors. Edged Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Eric Gagne to win The Canadian Press's male athlete of the year award for a third time (also 2000 and 2001).
Had 11 top-25s but did not have a top-10 finish for the first time in his five-year TOUR career.
Earned over $2 million for second consecutive season and picked up a victory for the third straight year.
Went from being medalist at 1998 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament to TOUR Championship.
As rookie, earned $218,967 to rank 131st on money list.
Led Canadian Tour Order of Merit. Was first Canadian to lead Order of Merit since Jerry Anderson in 1989.
Named Canadian Tour Rookie of the Year.