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PGA TOUR Victories (17)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Made 10 cuts while collecting two top-10 finishes in 15 starts, highlighted by a T4 in his final start of the season. Failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Captained his first national team, leading the United States Ryder Cup team at Le Golf National in Paris, France.
Collected two top-25 finishes in 18 starts on the PGA TOUR in the 2016-17 season, highlighted by a T6 at The RSM Classic in his second start of the season. Did not finish inside the top 125 in the FedExCup standings, failing to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in the 11 years of the FedExCup. Will compete in the 2017-18 season out of the Past Champion category.
Despite missing several tournaments while recovering from a wrist injury and not making his first start of the season until May, advanced to FedExCup Playoffs for 10th consecutive season, one of 16 players to achieve this feat. Entered the FedExCup Playoffs at No. 94 in the standings, advancing through the first two Playoffs events. Ended the season at No. 86, failing to advance to the BMW Championship for the first time in history of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Wrist injury later forced him to withdraw before the start of the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, ending his season No. 29 in the FedExCup standings. Traveled to Korea to serve as a fourth captain's assistant to U.S. Team captain, Jay Haas.
One of the most consistent players during the season, making the cut in all 21 starts and finishing inside the top 10 on 11 occasions. Season highlighted by a berth on the U.S. Ryder Cup team and four runner-up finishes. Finished the season as the highest-ranked player (No. 4) in the FedExCup without a victory. With four rounds in the 60s in Atlanta, moved ahead of Stricker for the most rounds in the 60s in FedExCup Playoffs history (64-62). Also upped his par-or-better total to 97 in the FedExCup Playoffs, with Mickelson a distant second with 82 such rounds.
Finished the season No. 14 in the FedExCup.
Finished the season No. 36 in the FedExCup, marking just the second time (2004) since 1996 that he failed to advance to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Finished the year No. 53 in earnings, the first time since 2004 he failed to finish inside the top 12 on the money list.
Spectacular season included career-best three PGA TOUR victories, including the TOUR Championship, en route to FedExCup title and Player of the Year honors. Joined past FedExCup winners Tiger Woods (2007 and 2009) and Vijay Singh (2008) as winners of the season-long competition. Also earned PGA Player of the Year Award.
Enjoyed a consistent year, where he finished inside the top 10 in nearly half of his starts (11 of 23).
Finished the season ranked fifth in the FedExCup standings, thanks to 23 made cuts in 26 starts. Despite a TOUR-high nine top-10 finishes, failed to record a victory for the first time since injury-riddled 2004 season.
Competed in all four PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup events and finished 11th on the season-long points list. Exceeded $4 million in earnings for the third consecutive season.
Finished a career-best second on the money list and won twice in a season for just the second time (2003). Led TOUR in top-fives with 11, including nine top-threes. Shared TOUR lead in top-10s with Vijay Singh (13).
Did not have a win for the first time since the 1997 season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery to repair cartilage damage in his left wrist on March 22, which sidelined him for nearly three months. Played in 14 events, the lowest total in his 11-year TOUR career, and finished outside the top 100 on the money list for the first time. Decided the week of the Bay Hill Invitational to have surgery after sitting out more than two months.
Made cut in 24 of his 28 appearances, including a win, two seconds, two thirds and three fourths.
Set then-TOUR record for most money earned without a victory with $1,619,480, fourth on money list.
Member of the Web.com Tour.