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PGA TOUR Victories (7)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (2)
Additional Victories (3)
Extended his streak of FedExCup Playoffs berths to a perfect 11-for-11 on the strength of six top-10 finishes in 23 starts through the Wyndham Championship. In the Playoffs, finished inside the top 10 in three of four starts. For a fourth consecutive time, competed for the United States Team in the Presidents Cup. Ended the season with nine top-10 finishes.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive time in his career, one of 16 players to reach the FedExCup Playoffs every season since its inception. Progressed to the TOUR Championship for the seventh consecutive time. Entered the Playoffs finale in the No. 16 position in the FedExCup standings and finished T15 at East Lake to end his season No. 18 in the FedExCup standings (the seventh consecutive top-20 finish in the FedExCup). Recorded 10 top-10 finishes from 26 starts, just one shy of his career-high 11 top-10 finishes during the 2010 and 2013-14 seasons.
Went through his first season in four years without a win. Did record seven top-10s. Season highlighted by 24 made cuts in 25 starts, with a T2 at the Humana Challenge his best showing. Is nine for nine on FedExCup Playoffs berths. Entered the Playoffs No. 24 in the standings. Posted top-10 finishes at the Deutsche Bank Championship (T9), his second top-10 at TPC Boston following a T4 in 2013. Closed the season with a T10 at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola to end the campaign at No. 19 in the FedExCup standings.
Season highlighted by his third consecutive berth on the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Another consistent season with 22 made cuts in 24 starts, including his seventh TOUR win, equaling his career-best total from 2010 for top-10 finishes (11). Finished 13th at East Lake GC and No. 8 in the FedExCup, his fourth top-10 performance in the last five FedExCup seasons.
Made the cut in a career-tying 23 starts in as many attempts, finishing sixth in the FedExCup. Season included eight top-10 finishes, highlighted by multiple wins in a season for the first time, winning the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and the Memorial Tournament.
Turned in another spectacular season, finishing No. 6 in FedExCup points and earnings and recording two runner-up finishes among his nine top-10s. Established a new TOUR record for most money won ($4,233,920) without the benefit of a victory. Closed out the season with seven-consecutive top-25 finishes and 11 out of 13.
Turned in the best season of his career, finishing second in the FedExCup standings with a victory (The Barclays) and a TOUR-leading and career-best 11 top-10 finishes. Also captured the Arnold Palmer Award for leading the TOUR in official earnings ($4,910,477), as well as Vardon Trophy and Byron Nelson Award for lowest adjusted scoring average (69.61).
Won his second career PGA TOUR title at the Turning Stone Resort Championship during a season where he posted then-career-best numbers, top-10 finishes (five), cuts made (18), FedExCup finish (No. 40) and earnings (No. 24).
Had a then-career-best five (later surpassed) top-10 finishes on the way to a then-career best in earnings ($1,447,638).
In first season back on the PGA TOUR, had best performance since winning in 2002, with two top-10s.
Spent most of his season on the Web.com Tour, where he earned his first career win at the Henrico County Open by beating Paul Claxton in a playoff. Finished No. 10 on the final money list to earn his 2007 PGA TOUR card. Missed the cut in six of his eight TOUR starts.
After winning for the first time, struggled through a difficult season, which saw him fall out of the top 125 on the money list.
Earned PGA TOUR card through sponsor exemptions. Ranked second behind Charles Howell III in PGA TOUR non-member earnings with $572,669 in only 11 starts. Earnings would have ranked him 91st on TOUR official money list. After missing the cut in his first three TOUR starts, playing on a sponsor exemption, secured his card for 2002 with two big finishes. Played from Australia to Mexico, played on the Web.com Tour, Canadian Tour and the Golden Bear Tour.
After finishing his collegiate career at Georgia Tech in May, decided to stay amateur and briefly took a job in finance. Made his professional debut at the 2000 Australian Open (won by Aaron Baddeley).