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Web.com Tour Victories (5)
International Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Only made one appearance on the Web.com Tour (News Sentinel Open, CUT).
Finished the PGA TOUR season with 17 starts, four made cuts, and one top-25. Made eight starts on the Web.com Tour with three made cuts.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 24 starts, one runner-up, three top-10s, seven top-25s and 16 cuts made. Led the Tour in Sand Save Percentage (66.28 percent) and Scrambling (70.80). Was 41st in the final priority-ranking order. Played the weekend in his first four tournaments, with two top-15s among them. Would finish the Regular Season 20th on the money list to secure his return to the PGA TOUR in 2015-16. Led the Scrambling stat during the Regular Season and was No. 2 in both Driving Accuracy Percentage (74.74) and Sand Save Percentage (67.74).
Played in 24 Web.com Tour events, making 14 cuts. Had one top-10 and four top-25s. Finished the Regular Season 51st on the money list. Was seventh in Driving Accuracy (73.43 percent).
Made five cuts in 20 PGA TOUR starts, with his best finish a T13 at The Honda Classic. Ended the year No. 188 on the FedExCup points list. Missed the cut in all four Finals' events.
Earned a return trip to the PGA TOUR after finishing 17th on the money list. Graduated for a fourth time from the Web.com Tour. Also moved from the Web.com Tour to the PGA TOUR in 2002, 2004 and 2008.
Was No. 5 in Par-3 Birdie Leaders (17.57 percent) and No. 9 in Final-Round Scoring Average (69.31).
Played 25 events and made 14 cuts. Finished No. 79 on the money list.
Spent the majority of year on the PGA TOUR, where he finished No. 188 on the money list. Made six cuts in 20 starts and enjoyed his only top-10 finish at the John Deere Classic in July. Made six cuts in seven Web.com Tour starts and wound up No. 60 on the money list after a pair of third-place performances and another top-10 effort.
Claimed four top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour, highlighted by a win at the rain-shortened HSBC New Zealand Championship and a runner-up finish at the Fort Smith Classic. Opened the HSBC with a 6-under 66 and then watched as the next two rounds were rained out. Posted a 4-under 68 Sunday to collect a one-stroke win over David Smail. While the victory was considered unofficial, the $122,964 he earned was official money and counted toward his attempt to finish among The 25.
Finished No. 192 on the PGA TOUR money list, with a T22 at the John Deere Classic, his best of two top-25 finishes. Made five starts on the Web.com Tour, with his only weekend appearance a T34 at the South Georgia Classic.
Split time on the Web.com Tour and the PGA TOUR. Made the cut in 11 of 15 starts on the Web.com Tour, with four top-10 finishes. Finished the season No. 33 on the money list, with $167,458. Ranked third on Tour in Putting Average (1.739). Made 15 starts during the season on the PGA TOUR, making seven cuts, with his best outing a T22 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
Made 12 cuts in 27 PGA TOUR starts and finished 143rd on the money list to earn conditional status for 2006. Recorded two top-10s and four top-25 finishes.
Ended the season No. 15 on the Web.com Tour money list, with $212,894. Despite not winning, was one of the most consistent players on Tour, with 15 top-25s. Posted more top-10s (nine) and rounds in the 60s (43) than any other player on Tour.
Spent the year as a rookie on the PGA TOUR and finished 151st on the money list. Best effort was a T11 at the Greater Hartford Open, where he carded a TOUR career-best 63 in the second round.
Finished ninth on the Web.com Tour money list, with $222,845 to earn his first TOUR card.
Posted three top-10s.
Recorded four top-10s.
Made the cut in 12 of 21 starts and had four top-10s, including his first career win. Holed a 125-yard, 9-iron for eagle on the final hole to win the Dominion Open, becoming the 11th player in Tour history to win as a Monday qualifier.
Made the cut in eight of 26 starts during his rookie season on Tour. Winner of two TearDrop Tour titles in 1999 and the 1996 Terciera Invitational Pro-Am in Portugal, setting course and tournament record.