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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
International Victories (3)
Did not make a start during the season and entered the 2018-19 season playing out of the Major Medical category with 18 available starts to earn 333 FedExCup points. Earned 32 points in nine starts during the 2016-17 season (No. 125 J.J. Henry collected 365).
Limited to just nine starts during the 2016-17 season due to an ongoing thumb injury (which occured in 2011 while doing yard work, with surgery finally being performed in October 2016). Entered the 2017-18 season on a Major Medical Extension.
Made 24 starts, recording three top-10s through the Wyndham Championship, to rank No. 67 in FedExCup standings and advance to FedExCup Playoffs for the ninth time. Missed the cut at first two Playoffs events to end season at No. 90 in the standings.
Made 14 PGA TOUR starts. From the 16th hole during the second round of the Humana Challenge in January to the first hole of the second round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in April, played a PGA TOUR-record 542 holes without a three-putt. The previous record was held by Luke Donald, with 483.
Claimed four top-10 finishes in 27 starts, highlighted by second- and third-place outings. For the eighth consecutive year, played well enough to earn a berth into the FedExCup Playoffs, where he made it through the first three events. Season ended after the BMW Championship, with a 66th-place standing in FedExCup points.
Made the cut in 13 of 19 starts during the season, with a T3 finish at the Northern Trust Open the best of his three top-10 finishes. Ended the season No. 72 in the FedExCup.
His finest PGA TOUR season included his first TOUR win (Travelers Championship) and a career-best 29th-place finish in the FedExCup.
Made 18 of 24 cuts to go with three top-10s. Played in the first three FedExCup Playoff events. Recorded his third runner-up finish in the last four seasons.
Won more than $1 million and recorded three top-10s for the third consecutive season. Finished 57th in the FedExCup standings.
Recorded 16 of 24 made cuts and three top-10 finishes.
Competed in two events in the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup. Recorded five top-10 finishes with a personal-best T2 at the inaugural Ginn sur Mer Classic.
Made 10 cuts in 18 starts and finished in the top-25 five times, including two top-five finishes.
Picked up his first top-10 of the season, a T6 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
Continued consistent play in just his second season on TOUR. Recorded five top-10s and collected more than $1 million. Finished T17 at the Masters and PGA Championship.
Had three wins on the European Tour, along with top-10s at both the U.S. Open and The Open Championship. His U.S. Open start was his first domestic PGA TOUR appearance. Placed fourth in the European Tour Order of Merit and finished third in TOUR non-member earnings with $786,771, with four top-10s in only eight starts. Joined the TOUR, having finished among the top 125 as a non-member. Also added another $66,821 in two World Golf Championships appearances.
Played virtually full-time on the European Tour from 1997-2002, with 17-plus starts in each of those seasons. Totaled six runner-up finishes and 16 top-10s during that time. Lost to Eduardo Romero in a playoff at the Barclays Scottish Open. Finished 30th on the Order of Merit.
Top showing was a T2 at the Linde German Masters, tying with John Daly, a stroke behind Bernhard Langer.
Progressed to 25th on the European Tour's Order of Merit, his highest finish prior to 2003. Had a pair of runner-up finishes in consecutive starts. Was solo-second at the European Grand Prix, three strokes short of Lee Westwood. The following week, at the Irish Open at Ballybunion GC, shot a second-round 63 and eventually was again solo second, two shots behind Patrik Sjoland.
Had to return to the Qualifying School at the conclusion of the season, but finished seventh to stay on Tour.
Was 124th on the European Tour Order of Merit, but lost in a playoff for the Belgacom Open to Lee Westwood and moved to 75th place to rescue his card.
Played almost entirely on the European Tour, with a runner-up finish at the Madeira Island Open his top finish and first second-place showing on that Tour. At Santo de Serra, shot a final-round 64 in the weather-shortened, 54-hole event, but still fell a stroke short of Peter Mitchell.
Picked up two runner-up finishes on the European Challenge Tour, in back-to-back starts in September. Lost in the finals at the Swedish Matchplay and then two weeks later was T2 at the Eulen Open Galea. Also had a pair of fourth-place finishes, at the Audi Quattro Trophy and the Interlaken Open. Overall, had 10 top-10 finishes.
Split his time between the European Tour and the European Challenge Tour. Top finishes both came on the Challenge Tour, a runner-up performance at the Coca-Cola Open in August and a third-place showing at the Kentab Open.