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PGA TOUR Victories (12)
Additional Victories (1)
Opted to use his one-time career money exemption for the 2015-16 season. Missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive season, finishing No. 181 in the standings. Failed to record a top-10 for the second straight year, leaving his career total of top-10s at 99. Both of his top-25 finishes came in back-to-back starts: T16 at the Northern Trust Open and T18 at the Valspar Championship.
Made the cut in just eight of 22 PGA TOUR starts, failing to record a top-10 finish for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1994. A T14 at the Wyndham Championship, which included four rounds in the 60s for the first time since the 2014 Humana Challenge, marked his only top-25 finish. Ended the season No. 183 in the FedExCup Standings, the lowest finish of his career.
Made 16 of 22 TOUR cuts, with two top-10s. Missed the cut at The Barclays to end his season at No. 120 in the FedExCup standings. Failed to advance to the second FedExCup Playoffs event for the third time in the last four years.
With only five missed cuts in 24 starts, made a return to the FedExCup Playoffs for a fifth time, and first since 2010.
Claimed a pair of top-10 finishes in 26 PGA TOUR starts.
Made just 14 of 26 cuts on TOUR with only one top-10 finish for the second straight year. From 1994-2009 had at least two top 10s each season.
Recorded one top-10, fewest since he joined the TOUR in 1994. Finished outside of the top 45 on the money list for just the third time in his career.
Made the cut in 21 of 26 starts, finishing No. 39 in the FedExCup point standings and inside the top 30 (No. 30) on the money list for the 12th time in his career.
Recorded his 12th career victory (Stanford St. Jude Championship) and played an integral part on the winning U.S. Ryder Cup team. Made the cut in 24 of 25 starts, with eight top-10 finishes and an eighth-place finish in the FedExCup standings. Surpassed $3 million in earnings for the first time in his career. Posted the 16th runner-up finish of his career at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Carried a four-stroke lead into the final round, but an even-par 72 left him three strokes behind tournament winner D.J. Trahan (final-round 65). Finished fourth at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship, losing to Henrik Stenson in the consolation final, 3 and 2. Lost to Stewart Cink in the semifinals.
Rallied late in the year to win for the 11th time in his career and totaled more than $2 million in earnings. Began the year with eight consecutive missed cuts and finished with three top-10s in last four starts, including a win at the Valero Texas Open. Jumped from No. 161 to No. 33 during the PGA TOUR Fall Series, with 16 of 20 rounds under-par during that stretch.
Had the lowest finish on money list in career (109th), with two top-10s in 26 starts. Failed to qualify for the TOUR Championship for just the second time since joining the TOUR full-time in 1995.
Recorded two victories and earned a berth on U.S. Presidents Cup squad. Collected multiple wins in a season for just the second time in his career after winning the FedEx St. Jude Classic by a stroke over two-time defending champion David Toms. Went wire-to-wire for the first time in his career on TOUR. Held TOUR season-high, eight-stroke lead through 54 holes but posted a final round 2-over 73 to hold on by one over Toms, who posted a final-round 7-under 63. Second time in his career he has won after posting an over-par score without a single birdie in the final round. He won the MCI Heritage in 2002 with a 2-over 73 final-round score without a birdie.
Earned eighth career victory at The Honda Classic and had the birth of first daughter. Teamed with American Jim Furyk at World Cup and played on his third Presidents Cup squad.
Finished in the top 10 in earnings for the first time since 1999 and captured TOUR event for third consecutive season.
After struggling early in the season with a swing change, rallied to once again qualify for THE TOUR Championship for the seventh consecutive time by earning $1,783,842. Had a very successful year playing in Texas by winning once and added three other top-10s in as many starts. Was able to defend his title in the Texas Open at La Cantera. Became the first player to win in consecutive years at the Texas Open since Arnold Palmer won three in a row (1960-62). Led by three strokes after 36 holes and held that lead to capture sixth victory by two strokes over J.J. Henry and Matt Kuchar. Earlier in the year, posted a T4 at Shell Houston Open, a T6 at the Verizon Byron Nelson Classic and a T5 in the MasterCard Colonial.
Along with a victory, also finished second three times.
Didn't record a victory for first time in three years, but was still among the top 10 on money list for third consecutive year. Posted seven top-10s, including his first three starts.
Won a tournament for third year in a row and earned $1,671,823 to finish eighth on money list.
Runner-up twice. Was one stroke shy of Billy Mayfair at Motorola Western Open and finished second to Duffy Waldorf at LaCantera Texas Open. Finish vaulted him to first TOUR Championship appearance.
Earned TOUR privileges without making trip to the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament by playing in 13 events at the end of the season. Is one of four college players to go directly to the TOUR without attending the Qualifying Tournament, joining Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore. Best finish was a third at the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic, his third professional start.
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