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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Collected three top-25 finishes in 28 starts through the Wyndham Championship. Finished the season ranked 173rd in FedExCup points.
Split his time between the Web.com Tour and PGA TOUR in the 2015-16 season. On the PGA TOUR, made six cuts in 12 starts, highlighted by his first career win in his 386th career TOUR start. Prior to his win in Reno, claimed two top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour in nine starts. Ended the season at No. 142 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 12 cuts in 17 starts and finished 172nd in the FedExCup standings, failing to make the Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Made six starts on the Web.com Tour, including all four in the Web.com Tour Finals, where he tied for 103rd on that money list. Will play the 2015-16 season out of the Veteran Member category.
Made 16 cuts in 27 PGA TOUR starts, with his lone top-10 finish coming in his second start. Made his next four more cuts in a row after the Quicken Loan National. For the first time since 2006, failed to finish inside the top 125 in either the FedExCup standings (132nd) or on the official money list (139). As a result, needed to attempt to regain his card through the Web.com Tour Finals. Completed the season No. 132 in the FedExCup standings.
25 PGA TOUR appearances resulted in 14 cuts made and two top-25s. For the fifth year in a row, ended the season inside the top-100 in the FedExCup at No. 97. Earnings were $632,283.
Made 25 starts on the PGA TOUR, playing the weekend 20 times, with seven top-25s. Finished the season No. 35 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished inside the top 100 (No. 81) in the FedExCup standings for the third consecutive season. Added a second Australian Open title to his resume late in the year, his first title of any kind since the 2008 Henrico County Open on the Web.com Tour.
Posted two top-10 finishes on the season and a career-best 56th-place finish in the FedExCup standings. Completed the season comfortably inside the top 100 on the TOUR money list (No. 91).
Made 26 PGA TOUR starts, making the cut 15 times, with eight top-25s. Earnings were $1,058,286. Placed 87th in the FedExCup race.
In 24 Web.com Tour appearances, made 19 cuts, with 16 top-25s and 10 top-10s. Finished eighth on the Web.com Tour money list to graduate to the PGA TOUR in 2009.
Made the cut in 16 of 27 events on the 2007 Web.com Tour, with nine top-25 finishes. Finished the season No. 44 on the money list, with $143,089.
Made the cut in eight of 28 starts on the 2006 PGA TOUR but failed to record a top-10 or top-25 finish for first time in his career.
Finished 14th on the Web.com Tour money list. Graduated to the PGA TOUR for 2006.
Fell out of top 150 (No. 156) for the first time in his career after posting just two top-10s.
Fell out of the top 125 for the first time since 1999.
Made 31 starts on the TOUR, finishing in the top 25 seven times.
With an exceptionally strong sophomore campaign, eclipsed the $1-million mark in season winnings for the first time, earning $1,063,456 on the strength of five top-10 finishes. Those winnings also earned him the distinction as the fourth left-handed player in PGA TOUR history to win in excess of $1 million in a season, joining Phil Mickelson, Mike Weir and Steve Flesch.
Made the most of his rookie season on the PGA TOUR, playing in 34 events and recording seven top-25 finishes. Finished 114th on the money list.
Participated in two PGA TOUR events. Recorded two second-place finishes on the South Africa Tour. Played full time on the European Tour. In 20 starts, made 12 cuts and finished 29th on the order of merit. Had seven top-25s.
Made nine cuts in nine starts, with his worst finish a T51. Was sixth in earnings.
As a European Tour rookie, competed in 20 events, making nine cuts, with three top-25s. Finished his Australasian Tour season strong with a T8 and a T3.
Australasian Tour Rookie of the Year after three top-10s.