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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (3)
Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR. Made the cut in four of 13 Web.com Tour starts and finished 96th on the money list. Second half of the season was a struggle that concluded with four missed cuts and a DQ in the final Season event, the Cox Classic.
Only made seven starts during the PGA TOUR Season and failed to qualify for the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the fifth consecutive season.
Ended the year No. 29 on the money list, was No. 4 in Diving Distance (315.1 yards) and second on the Tour in Par-5 Birdies (58.24 percent). Major Medical Extension gave him one event in to earn $220,405 to retain his top 125 status for the remainder of the season, stemming from original 2009 Major Medical Extension. Was not able to extend extension. Made the cut in six of his eight starts and had three top-25 finishes.
Playing in 13th event of the season, on his Major Medical Extension.
Because of a lingering shoulder injury, did not play on the PGA TOUR under a Major Medical Extension. Had 17 events to earn $731,077, which coupled with 2008 earnings of $121,675, to equal No. 125 from the 2008 money list and earn the Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the season.
Made the cut in seven of 11 PGA TOUR events he started but was hampered with injuries. Forced to withdraw from the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship because of a shoulder injury and then injured his wrist while preparing for the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Last start came in the Memorial Tournament in early June. Earned a Major Medical Extension for 2009.
Hit the two longest drives of the year—437 yards on the par-4 12th hole at the season-opening Mercedes-Benz Championship and 435 yards on the par-5 16th hole at the World Golf Championshps-Bridgestone Invitational.
Recorded second top-10 of his career with a T6 at The Honda Classic, three years after a T8 at the 2002 Honda Classic.
Entered the Web.com Tour Championship in the No. 23 spot on the money list but his runner-up showing propelled him 13 spots to finish No. 10 and earn his way back to the PGA TOUR.
Made the cut in 16 of 22 Web.com Tour events, with seven top-25 finishes. Wrapped up the year No. 24 on the money list, with $174,805. Also played well at the Miccosukee Championship (T14), Albertsons Boise Open (T16), as well as the First Tee Arkansas Classic and the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic, both T20 finishes. Had the longest recorded drive of the season—418 yards at the LaSalle Bank Open in Chicago. Ended the year by making 10 consecutive cuts. Finished No. 4 in Driving Distance (318.0 yards).
Had 19 events in to earn $383,901 and receive fully-exempt Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the season. Wound up playing in 32 events and made the cut in 12. Ranked No. 8 in Driving Distance (292.7) on the PGA TOUR. Finished 174th on the TOUR money list.
Had wrist surgery on Jan. 8 and spent the majority of the season rehabbing injury. Played in season-ending PGA TOUR event, Southern Farm Bureau Classic, missing the cut. Played in four Web.com Tour events in September and October.
Originally injured wrist during rookie PGA TOUR campaign in 2000 when he made only nine starts. Granted Major Medical Extension carryover from 2001.