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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (2)
Made the cut in 13 of 22 starts during the 2016-17 season, with his season highlighted by his victory at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and his first FedExCup Playoffs appearance since the 2012 season. Ended the season No. 74 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished No. 195 in the FedExCup standings, failing to advance to the Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. Failed to record a top-10 finish for just the third season on TOUR, with a T26 at the Puerto Rico Open at Coco Beach his best outing. In the Web.com Tour Finals, finished inside the top 25 in each of the three events contested to finish 23rd on the Web.com Tour priority list.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 13 starts, a win, three top-10s, five top-25s and 10 made cuts as he split his time between the Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR. Was 39th in the final priority-ranking order Finished the PGA TOUR season No. 192 in the FedExCup standings, missing the Playoffs for the third consecutive season. Made 10 PGA TOUR starts. Lone top-10 came at the Puerto Rico Open, his first top-10 showing since a fifth-place finish at the 2014 Barracuda Championship. Marked his highest finish in five starts at Trump International GC.
Played in 16 Web.com Tour events, making 11 cuts. Had two top-10s and five top-25s. Finished the Regular Season 38th on the money list. Two finishes came in June, at the Air Capital Classic (T10), and in July, at the Midwest Classic (T11). Was 25th in the Tour's All-Around Ranking. On the PGA TOUR, made the cut in four of seven starts, finishing No. 203 in the FedExCup standings.
Made seven of 16 PGA TOUR cuts and did not record a top-25 finish for the first time since the 2001 season. Finished No. 194 in the FedExCup standings. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals events but was not able to improve his status for the 2013-14 season.
Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs for the fifth time in six years but failed to advance past the first event, at The Barclays. Finished No. 107 in the FedExCup standings.
Enjoyed six top-25 finishes, including two, back-to-back top 10s in 21 starts on TOUR.
Did not record a top-10 for the first time in his nine-year TOUR career. Finished outside the top 125 for the first time.
Posted three top-10s.
Recorded five top-10 finishes, including the first second-place finish of his nine-year career on TOUR.
Fifth consecutive season with more than $1 million in earnings and at least nine top-25 finishes. Finished the season ranked third in eagles with 14.
Collected second TOUR title and earned more than $2.6 million as well as a spot in THE TOUR Championship for the first time in his five-year career. Made 21 cuts in 24 starts and recorded a career-best six top-10s. Made the cut in three of the four majors. Best finish was T16 at the Masters.
Recorded his first TOUR victory in his 81st career start at The INTERNATIONAL. Made a 21-foot eagle putt from the fringe on the par-5, 71st hole, collecting five points in the tournament's Modified Stableford scoring system to move into a two-point lead over Alex Cejka. His top-40 finish on the final money list earned his first invitation to the Masters in 2005.
Best finish came late in the season when he overcame a second-round 73 to finish T3 at the Reno-Tahoe Open for fifth top-10 of the season. Rebounded with rounds of 67-68 on the weekend and earned $174,000 to exceed $1 million in earnings on the season for the first time in his career.
One of six Web.com Tour graduates from class of 2001 to retain TOUR card, finishing in the top 100 in rookie season.
Led the Web.com Tour in top-10s with nine but did not bring home a win in his second season on that tour. Eight of his top-10s were top-fives, including three runner-up finishes and two thirds. Continued to support PGA Tour of Australasia, playing in seven events with two top 10s. Made 46 of 49 cuts between 1996-2001 on PGA Tour of Australasia.
Played in 24 events on the Web.com Tour, with three top-25s.