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Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 17 starts, one top-10 finish, and four made cuts. Missed nine of the last 10 cuts. Was 92nd on the final combined money list.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 24 starts, one third-place finish, two top-10s, four top-25s and 11 cuts made. Missed four cuts in row in May and June, before making seven cuts in his last eight Regular Season starts, including the last five. T10, T26 and T19 finishes in Springfield, Mo., Knoxville and Portland pushed him from 72nd on the money list, comfortably into the Finals at No. 59 on the final Regular Season money list. Was 69th on the final combined money list.
Made one PGA TOUR start but missed the cut.
Made seven PGA TOUR starts, making two cuts.
Once again, split time between the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour. Playing out of the Veteran Member category, made five starts on the PGA TOUR, yielding one top-25 finish. Claimed a pair of top-25s on the Web.com Tour in 11 starts.
Played 15 events on the Web.com Tour with two top-10 finishes. Ended the year No. 93 on the money list. Made the cut in eight of 10 PGA TOUR starts.
Split time between the Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR after making his 150th career PGA TOUR cut. Ended the 2009 Web.com Tour season No. 51 on the money list, thanks to four top-10 finishes. Finished the season No. 3 in Greens in Regulation and No. 7 in All-Around Ranking.
Continued to be plagued with injuries, shortening his PGA TOUR season to just 15 tournaments. Made six cuts.
Limited to 16 events due to a left-wrist injury suffered at the PODS Championship, forcing a withdrawal. After the PODS Championship, did not play for nearly four months due to rest and rehabilitation. Came back at the AT&T National in early July and played in nine events the rest of the way. Granted Major Medical Extension and had 11 events in 2008 to earn $630,966 (combined with 2007 earnings of $278,252, would equal 2007's No. 125 earnings of $785,180) and receive Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of 2008.
Posted back-to-back top-10s for the first time in his nine-year TOUR career. Collected a career-best $346,800.
After years of nagging injuries, was finally healthy. Played out of the Major Medical Extension category the majority of the year and earned top-125 status on the strength of nine top-25s.
Finished in the top 125 for the third consecutive season and the fourth overall.
Got off to a late start due to hip and shoulder surgery in fall of 2001 to finish just inside top 125 to secure TOUR card for 2003. Never fell out of top 125 for the rest of the season, despite missing cuts in three of final four events.
Successful sophomore season on TOUR. Prior to the week of the Buick Challenge, was 153rd on the money list, but earned $93,600 and moved to 126th on money list.
Failed to retain playing privileges by finishing 183rd on TOUR money list.