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Web.com Tour Victories (5)
International Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 20 starts and one made cut. Was 196th on the Regular Season money list.
Would miss the cut in Colombia, then make cuts in his next four outings, but with no finish better than T42. Struggled over the next eight tournaments, missing every cut. Closed the Regular Season making just three more cuts and finishing 34th on the money list. Made one cut in the Web.com Tour Finals in four starts. Finished the Web.com Tour season with 24 starts, one win and nine cuts made. Was 42nd on the combined final money list.
Played in 24 Web.com Tour events, making 14 cuts. Had one top-10 and four top-25s. Finished the Regular Season 62nd on the money list. Made the cut in the four Web.com Tour Finals, with finishes ranging from T27 to T61.
Made the cut in 13 of 21 Web.com Tour starts and had nine top-25 finishes and a pair of top-10s.
Finished in the top 30 in the first three of four events in the fall. Ended the year No. 177 on the money list.
His Web.com Tour season was highlighted with two victories (equaling his career-high total in 1999) among his six top-10 finishes. He ended the season a career-best No. 3 on the money list.
Made the cut in 13 of 28 starts on the PGA TOUR and ended the season No. 159 on the money list. Failed to advance to the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup for the first time.
Posted three top-10s in 26 starts, including a top-10 finish in just his third start of the year.
Enjoyed the best season of his career, with almost $2 million in earnings and five top-10s.
Finished in the top 125 for the second consecutive year and the second time in his career. Between his Driving Accuracy (44th) and Driving Distance (26th) statistics, ended the season ranked second in Total Driving behind Charles Warren.
Posted three top-10s and 85th-place finish on the PGA TOUR money list. Earned more ($1,076,142) than he had in his previous three seasons (2001-03) on TOUR combined.
Finished ninth on the Nationwide Tour money list to earn a return trip to the PGA TOUR in 2006, ending a two-year absence. Seven top-10s on the Web.com Tour included two seconds and two thirds. Ended season second in All-Around Ranking and fourth in Scoring Average (69.96) and Total Driving.
Finished No. 24 on the Web.com Tour money list.
Lost his TOUR card after finishing No. 157 on the money list.
Played in 20 TOUR events.
Posted one top-10 in 33 TOUR starts.
After initial slow start to rookie season, where he missed the cut in 15 of first 17 starts, rebounded with strong second half to finish 117th on the money list.
As rookie on Web.com Tour, recorded victories at Lehigh Valley Open and Omaha Classic, finishing No. 4 on the money list.