Web.com Tour: Conditionally Exempt: 197th on 2012 PGA TOUR Money List
An avid investor, lists Warren Buffet and Bill Gates as heroes. Started investment advisory firm, Ogilvie Capital, in 2007.
Lists Warren Buffet and Bill Gates as heroes. Started investment advisory firm, Ogilvie Capital, in 2007.
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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
2007 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee
Web.com Tour Victories (4)
1998 NIKE Monterrey Open, NIKE Greensboro Open
2003 Jacob's Creek Open, The Reese's Cup Classic
Made four of 13 cuts without a top-25 finish. Announced in August he was retiring from professional golf after 15 years on TOUR. Will pursue a career in financial management. Made his last start at the Wyndham Championship, where he made the cut and finished 77th. Final TOUR appearance, in Greensboro, came less than an hour from Duke University, where he earned his college degree in economics.
2013: Made four of 15 PGA TOUR cuts and finished No. 212 in the FedExCup standings. Failed to record a top-10 for the second consecutive season.2012: Finished No. 194 in the FedExCup standings to missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time
Best finish of the Regular Season was a T19 at the Sony Open in Hawaii in his first start of the year
Withdrew prior to the second round of the Travelers Championship with a herniated disc in his back. 2011: Claimed three top-25 finishes in 24 starts, highlighted by a top-five performance in Texas
Earned T3 honors at the HP Byron Nelson Championship for his best finish on TOUR since he won the 2007 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. It was his first top 10 since a T8 at the 2010 Waste Management Phoenix Open. 2010: Made the cut in 17 of 32 starts with one top-10 finish. Best effort of the season came in his sixth start. Posted consecutive 5-under 66s in the second and third rounds of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to finish T8, his first top-10 finish since placing fourth at the 2009 Legends Reno-Tahoe Open. 2009: Secured his card for the 2010 season after making it through the final stage of the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament, thanks in large part to an 8-under 64 in the third of six rounds. 2009: Made 15 of 29 cuts on the PGA TOUR and finished 132nd on the money list. Finished fourth at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open to post his only top-10 of the season and his best finish on TOUR since his victory at the 2007 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. 2008: Finished 102nd on the money list after making 22 of 29 cuts and recording four top-10s. Best finish was a T6 at the U.S. Bank Championship. 2007: Earned first career PGA TOUR victory at the U.S. Bank Championship in 230th career TOUR start at age 32 years, 11 months,14 days. Was one of 12 first-time winners during the year. Posted rounds of 67-63-69-67—266, overcoming the one-stroke lead of 54-hole leader Tim Herron. Key to final round was eagle-2 on the 16th hole, holing out from 119 yards with a sand wedge. Payday of $720,000 was largest of career. Ninth first-time champion at the U.S. Bank Championship and first since Shigeki Maruyama in 2001. Second top-10 of the season was a T10 at the Frys.com Open benefiting Shriners Hospitals for Children, where he had three eagles during his second round at TPC Summerlin. 2006: Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the third consecutive season on the strength of three top-10s (T9 at the Buick Championship, T10 at John Deere Classic and third at Reno-Tahoe Open. Tied the tournament record with a 10-under 62 in the final round of the Reno-Tahoe Open, including birdies on 10 of his final 12 holes and 11 total. The 62 included an 8-under 28 on the back nine, tied for second-best nine of the season. 2005: Matched his career-best finish with a T2 at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (T2-2004 HP Classic of New Orleans) after sharing the first-round lead and holding the second-, third-, and fourth-round leads. Posted a 73 on Sunday to finish three strokes behind Justin Leonard. Posted third runner-up in last 10 months with a T2 at The Honda Classic. Began final round two strokes behind leaders Brett Wetterich and Geoff Ogilvy. Birdied the 17th hole during a bogey-free final round to get to 14-under 274 and match Vijay Singh and Padraig Harrington. Eliminated from three-man playoff on first extra hole. 2004: Made more money ($1,443,363) than he had in his first four years on TOUR combined ($1,197,971). Jumped from World No. 308 at start of year to No. 120 by season's end. T2 at the rain-soaked HP Classic of New Orleans. Held the 54-hole lead, two strokes ahead of Charles Howell III and Phil Mickelson at 17-under-par. Despite posting a 4-under-par 68 in the final round Monday, was passed by Vijay Singh, who carded a 9-under 63 to earn a one-stroke victory. Nearly holed bunker shot on 72nd hole that would have forced a sudden-death playoff. 2003: Finished the season No. 2 on the Web.com Tour money list with $392,337. Won the inaugural event at the Jacob's Creek Open in Adelaide, Australia, his third win on that circuit. After losing in a playoff to Vaughn Taylor at the Knoxville Open, came back two weeks later and claimed his fourth career win on the Web.com Tour at The Reese's Cup Classic. The win pushed his season earnings over $300,000, making him the fastest to earn $300,000 in Tour history. 2002: Lost status on TOUR after making only five cuts in 20 starts and finishing No. 216 on the money list. 2001: Did not have a top-10, but made 20 cuts in 34 starts to finish No. 139 on the money list. 2000: Finished 92nd on the money list with a then-career high three top-10s, including a T4 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. 1999: Earned his first TOUR top-10 finish at the Motorola Western Open with a T9 and a season-best $65,000 payday. First-year earnings of $287,346 were the 10th-best among rookies that year. 1998: Was a two-time winner on the Web.com Tour with victories at the Monterrey Open and Greensboro Open. 1997: Earned fully exempt status on the Web.com Tour for the following season in his second attempt at Qualifying School, where he missed the cut in 1996. Amateur: Was a 1995 honorable mention All-American selection and two-time all-ACC choice at Duke.