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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (11)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Collected nine top-25 finishes in 22 starts, of which four were top-10 showings. Represented Germany in the Olympics in August. Was poised to make a start in his fifth FedExCup Playoffs, before a neck injury sidelined him after the Travelers Championship. Ended his season ranked 83rd in the FedExCup standings.
On the strength of seven top-25 finishes in 28 starts, highlighted by his first career PGA TOUR win, advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs. Concluded the season at No. 71 in the year-end FedExCup standings. Won in his first PGA TOUR playoff. The last five-man playoff on TOUR was at the 2005 BellSouth Classic won by Phil Mickelson. Earned his first career PGA TOUR victory at age 44 years, 3 months, 6 days in his 287th career TOUR start. Is the third oldest first-time winner on TOUR since 1970 behind Ed Dougherty and Ken Duke. Has converted one of four second-round PGA TOUR leads/co-leads into victories.
Finished the season with 15 Web.com Tour starts, a year that included a victory and a runner-up performance. Had five top-25s in all, while making 11 cuts. Officially secured his 2014-15 PGA TOUR card at the conclusion of the Regular Season in late-August (sixth on the money list), setting up his return to the PGA TOUR, where he last played in 2012.
Missed the cut in both of his PGA TOUR starts.
Played out of a Major Medical Extension but failed to earn $323,264 in first five PGA TOUR starts to extend his exemption. Made two Web.com Tour starts. Ended the year with 12 starts.
Missed a considerable portion of the season due to severe allergy issues. Finished outside of the top 125 in the FedExCup standings for the first time in his career and outside of the top 125 on the official money since the 2006 season. Also failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time since 2006.
Eligible for the first PGA TOUR Playoffs event for the fourth straight season, but failed to advance out of The Barclays into the Deutsche Bank Championship for the fourth time, finishing the season No. 103 in the standings.
Posted three top-10s.
Solid year, highlighted by four top-10 finishes. Suffered a neck injury during the Reno-Tahoe Open which resulted in surgery for a neck fusion that included the insertion of a titanium plate. Returned for the final two events of the season, where he missed the cut.
Fell outside the top-125 in third full season on TOUR. Struggled most of the season, especially after injuring his back in a jet-skiing accident in June.
Followed rookie season with a solid sophomore campaign, making a career-best $1,313,483 and posting three top-10s.
Second-highest finishing rookie on the money list, 60th, behind Ben Curtis (No. 46).
Collected his fourth victory on the European Tour, where he has been a member since 1992, at the 2002 Lancome Trophy. Finished 23rd on the Order of Merit, making the cut in 12 of 18 events.
Finished 17th on the Order of Merit.
Led the European Tour in Greens in Regulation.
Made the cut in all four majors.
Finished sixth on the 1995 Order of Merit. Won three times that year.