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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Began the 2017-18 season on a Major Medical Extension and retained full eligibility in his second of six available events with a T20 at the CareerBuilder Challenge. Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th time in 12 seasons. Ended his season No. 63 in the FedExCup following a T65 result at the BMW Championship. Made 13 cuts in 22 starts, with six top-25s including three top-10s.
Missed the fall portion of the 2016-17 season while his wife, Jennifer, underwent chemo treatments to treat Stage 2 breast cancer that was diagnosed in the summer of 2016. Went on to make the cut in half of his 20 starts during the season, highlighted by three top-10 finishes and a season-best fourth-place finish (with teammate Jordan Spieth) at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Finished the season No. 134 in the FedExCup standings. Will begin the 2017-18 season on a Major Medical Extension, with six events available to earn the necessary 29 points to equal No. 125 J.J. Henry's 365-point total from the 2017 FedExCup points list. Should he do so, will retain full eligibility through the end of the season.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the ninth time in 10 seasons, thanks to seven top-25 finishes in 20 starts during the regular season. Of those, two were top-five showings, both in his native Texas. Kept himself alive through the first three of four Playoffs events, finishing in the top 25 in each, before ending his season after the BMW Championship at No. 34 in the FedExCup standings.
Tragedy and heartache defined the last part of his season, following the death of his father in a car accident. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for an eighth season, thanks to four top-10 finishes through the Wyndham Championship. Played well in the first three Playoffs events but was unable to extend his play to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Season ended ranked 38th in the FedExCup standings.
Advanced to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for just the second time in the FedExCup era (2010) and notched 20 made cuts (equaling his career-high total from 2006) in 23 starts.
Finished the season No. 71 in the FedExCup, marking the first time in four years he failed to advance to the BMW Championship. Ernie Els claimed the 70th spot to advance to the BMW Championship, with 823.467 points, just ahead of Palmer's 823 points. Season included four top-10 finishes.
Finished No. 55 in the FedExCup standings, his worst finish since 2009.
Made 18 of 26 cuts to go with eight top-25s, including a playoff loss.
After arthroscopic shoulder surgery in the off-season, he had four top-25s and one top-10 finish. Finished season No. 150 on the money list.
Posted three top-10 finishes en route to 68th place on money list.
Jumped inside the top 144 on the FedExCup points list from 188th to 127th.
Another solid season, making 20 cuts in 30 tournaments entered and collecting more than $1 million in season earnings.
Made the cut in 18 of 24 appearances on the Web.com Tour and enjoyed six top-10s and 10 top-25 finishes. Finished the season No. 6 on the final money list with $286,066.
First start on the TOUR as a professional came at the Valero Texas Open. Played the Tight Lies Tour and made the cut in all 15 events entered. Won four times in on the Tight Lies Tour and was the leading money-winner, with $81,634. Won the Valley Open (Harlingen, Texas) and Sprint PCS Open (Tyler, Texas) in consecutive weeks. Added victories in Lake Charles, La., and Hattiesburg, Miss., to close the year.