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PGA TOUR Victories (9)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Split his time between the PGA TOUR and Web.com Tour. Made 16 starts on the PGA TOUR, with a top-five showing at the Barracuda Championship under the Stableford scoring format. Finished the 2017 Web.com Tour season with eight starts, one top-10, and three cuts made.
Claimed three top-25 finishes in 23 starts, highlighted by T11s at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and Barbasol Championship. Finished the season ranked 143rd in the FedExCup standings.
Made seven starts (last at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am) before undergoing surgery for a herniated disk in his back in late-March. Needed to earn 358 FedExCup points or $603,502 in earnings during the 2015-16 PGA TOUR Season to reach No. 125 from the 2014-15 FedExCup points list or money list as part of his Major Medical Extension.
Made 19 of 25 TOUR cuts but only recorded one top-10. Placed 95th in the FedExCup standings. Finished T67 at the Deutsche Bank Championship to drop out of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Made the cut in 13 of 24 starts through the year but failed to make the PGA TOUR Playoffs, with a No. 144 finish on the FedExCup points list. Entered the fall hoping to avoid seeing a streak of at least one top-10 finish each season come to an end.
Failed to finish inside the top 125 on the official money list for just the second time in his career (2009).
Taking a one-time exemption of top 25 on the PGA TOUR career money list in 2010, went on to make a career-high 31 starts, with season highlighted by a final-round 59 leading to victory at The Greenbrier Classic. Playing for the 11th consecutive week, became just the fifth player in TOUR history to record a 59 and the second (David Duval) to do so in a final round, posting the magical number to edge Jeff Overton by one stroke at the inaugural Greenbrier Classic. Joined Duval and Al Geiberger as the only players to post 59 and win that week. Entered the final round seven strokes behind tournament-leader Overton, posting the largest come-from-behind win of the season. Jumped all the way to No. 24 in the FedExCup standings with the win (would eventually finish No. 52), earning an invitation into the following week's World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational and the 2011 Hyundai Tournament of Champions, an event he won three consecutive years (2004-06). Previous-best round on TOUR was 62, and the 59 ended a streak of 358 rounds since he last shot a round better than 65 (2006 Zurich Classic of New Orleans). Managed just two sub-70 rounds (both 69s) in his final 26 rounds on TOUR following win at the Greenbrier.
Failed to finish inside the top 55 (No. 137) on the money list for the first time since his rookie season in 1996 (No. 130). Made the cut in 16 of 25 events in 2009, but managed only one top-10 finish—a T8 at the Transitions Championship.
Posted a career-high seven top-10 finishes en route to a 17th-place finish in the FedExCup standings. Surpassed $2 million in earnings for the fifth time in his career and finished among the top 55 on the money list for the 12th consecutive season. Just two missed cuts in 23 starts. Opened the season with five consecutive top-10s beginning with a T8 at the Buick Invitational.
Several near-misses marked the season and he made the International team at The Presidents Cup for the fifth time.
Won twice and finished in the top 10 (No. 8) on the money list, both firsts in his 11-year TOUR career.
Made fourth International Presidents Cup team.
Finished in the top 20 (No. 13) on the money list for the third time in his career and second consecutive season. Earned fifth career victory at the Mercedes Championships, topping Vijay Singh by one stroke. Held first- and third-round leads.
Season punctuated by fourth career victory at the Las Vegas Invitational, his first win since 1999. Finished 12th on the money list and represented the International team at The Presidents Cup in South Africa. Prior to win, had finished T2 three times earlier in the year, Shell Houston Open, 84 LUMBER Classic of Pennsylvania and the American Express Championship. Surpassed the $10-million mark in career TOUR earnings with Vegas victory. Defeated Scott McCarron in playoff after the two set a tournament record with scores of 31-under 328, including career-low 62 in first round.
Moved back into top 50 in earnings, highlighted by near miss at The Open Championship. Best career finish in a major, T2, at the 131st Open Championship at Muirfield. After posting final-round 65 to join Ernie Els, Thomas Levet and Steve Elkington in playoff, bogeyed the fourth and final hole of the aggregate playoff to be eliminated.
Despite four top-10s, fell out of the top 30 on TOUR money list, at 55th, for the first time since 1998.
Although winless for first time in four seasons, stood 24th on the money list with earnings of $1,642,221 in 24 starts. Participated in second Presidents Cup as member of International team.
Established himself as one of TOUR's young stars, becoming the first PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament graduate to earn more than $1 million the following year. Won The Honda Classic, finished second twice and earned trip to THE TOUR Championship.
Earned place on PGA TOUR in 1996 by finishing fifth on the Web.com Tour money list.