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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Did not compete on the PGA TOUR for the second consecutive season due to injury. Will have three starts this season as part of Major Medical Extension, needing to earn 320 FedExCup points or $510,686 to meet the necessary requirements to remain eligible for the remainder of the season.
Did not compete on the PGA TOUR in 2015-16 due to injury.
Made three cuts in seven starts in a season where he had 10 possible starts allowed as part of a Major Medical Extension.
Had 25 events in the season to earn $595,483 under a Major Medical Extension. Made four of 15 cuts and earned $47,247 so will carry over 10 starts in the 2014-15 season, where he will need to earn 332 FedExCup points or $548,236. Used Major Medical Extension to compete in the Web.com Tour Finals.
Did not make a PGA TOUR start due to a back injury.
Finished the season No. 121 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished the season a career-best 77th in the FedExCup standings and 69th on the official money list—his highest season of earnings since finishing a career-best 48th in 2004.
Making 17 starts, failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1998. Did not play after the Travelers Championship, and underwent hip surgery on August 3 due to "wear and tear." Will receive Major Medical Extension for 2011, coupled with 2010 earnings of $201,280, will have 11 tournaments to equal No. 125 from the 2010 money list (Troy Merritt, $786,977).
Finished 112th on the money list with one top-10 finish.
Made the cut in 13 of 23 starts, with a No. 163 finish on the money list the worst showing of his career.
Did not finish inside the top 100 (No. 131) for the first time in 10 seasons on TOUR.
Placed in top 100 in earnings for the ninth consecutive season.
Recorded four top-10s, all which came from July to the end of the season, with three of those in last three starts. Posted three consecutive top-10s for the first time in his career.
Cracked $1 million in earnings for the first time in seven-year TOUR career, finishing a career-best 48th on the money list. Posted four eagles in a tournament twice—Bob Hope Chrysler Classic and Southern Farm Bureau Classic, the most by any player in a tournament during year. Had three eagles in the fourth round at Indian Wells CC in the Hope.
Best year on TOUR since rookie season, despite missing two months due to Aug. 8 surgery to repair torn ligaments in right hip. Earned a career-best $792,456.
Recorded a pair of third-place finishes and was among the top 100 on the money list for the third consecutive season.
Recorded three top-10s and six top-25s
Nominated for Rookie of the Year honors on strength of three top-10s. Earned $461,633 and was the second-highest-ranked rookie on the money list at 63rd.
Finished 13th on the Web.com Tour money list to earn first PGA TOUR card.
Turned professional in June.