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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
International Victories (2)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Of four made cuts in 18 starts, collected one top-25 finish. Opened with scores of 69-67 en route to a T22 at the inaugural Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship. Having finished at No. 207 in the FedExCup, entered the 2018-19 season competing out of the Past Champion category.
Made a return to the FedExCup Playoffs on the strength of six top-25 finishes, highlighted by a T4 in Las Vegas early in the season.
After advancing to the FedExCup Playoffs the first eight years of the competition, failed to reach the Playoffs the last two seasons, finishing No. 161 during the 2015-16 campaign. Season included nine made cuts in 22 starts, with three top-25 finishes.
Made 10 cuts in 15 TOUR starts, highlighted by a top-10 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship. Season ended before the FedExCup Playoffs, when he finished No. 154 in FedExCup standings.
Season highlighted by his eighth career PGA TOUR victory, winning the Barracuda Championship and advancing to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the fifth time during the FedExCup era (and first since 2011). Recorded his first top-10 finish in 21st start of the season, winning the Barracuda Championship to guarantee a spot in the FedExCup Playoffs. Playoffs run included a runner-up finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship and an eventual 29th place finish in the FedExCup standings. Season included 16 made cuts in 26 starts, with two top-10 finishes.
Made the cut in nine of 19 starts, with a runner-up finish at The Honda Classic his lone top-10 showing. Season ended at The Barclays, finishing No. 104 in the FedExCup.
Had a (then) career-worst finish of No. 47 in the FedExCup standings. Previous low FedExCup finish was No. 32 in 2008.
Recorded nine top-25 finishes out of 14 made cuts.
Successfully defended title at the SBS Championship and played in the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the fourth time in five years. Finished 14th in final FedExCup standings. Totaled two top-10 finishes all season, matching the fewest of his career at the time (2001). First top-10 came in the opening event of the season and the second came at the end of the season at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Late in the season, in his native Australia, had a T8 at the JBWere Australian Masters and then came back a couple of weeks later to capture the Australian Open. He shot four rounds in the 60s to defeat Matt Jones and Alastair Presnell by four strokes.
Recorded two wins on TOUR for the second time in his career (2006). Finished 13th in the FedExCup standings to match his finish from 2007.
A World Golf Championships victory highlighted his eighth season on the PGA TOUR. Finished the season No. 32 in the FedExCup.
Solid year saw him record seven top-10s and earn a berth on the International Presidents Cup team.
Won twice, including his first major championship, and earned more than $4 million for the first time in his career. Named Player of the Month in June. Finished the majors with a T9 at the PGA. Did not finish lower than T16 (Masters, The Open Championship) in any of the four majors.
Captured first career TOUR victory in his 108th career start on TOUR at age 27 years, 8 months and 16 days at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson. Posted rounds of 65-66-67-71—269 and went on to defeat Kevin Na and Mark Calcavecchia in a sudden-death playoff. Calcavecchia was eliminated on the first hole and Ogilvy converted a birdie-4 on the second playoff hole for the win. Became the fifth first-time winner in Tucson in last six years and won $540,000.
Recorded career-high 14 top-25s, including a season-best T5 at the Cialis Western Open, where he trailed by one after 36 and 54 holes and finished four back of winner Stephen Ames. Led the TOUR in All-Around Ranking (276) and shared the title for Total Eagles with Vijay Singh after recording a career-high 17.
Earned more than $1 million for the first time in his career.
Had a successful rookie campaign on the PGA TOUR, with two top-five finishes and earnings of $525,338.
Joined Ben Ferguson and Stephen Allan as three Australians who survived PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. Played on the Australasian, European and Southern African Tours. Four top-10s rocketed to him to fifth on PGA Tour of Australasia Order of Merit in second season.
Qualified to play in The Open Championship, his only PGA TOUR experience at the time. Australian Rookie of the Year.
Gained card at first attempt on the European Tour and Australasian Tour.