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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Among five top-25 finishes in 24 starts on the Web.com Tour were a pair of top-10 showings. Finished 47th on the Web.com Tour priority list.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with 23 starts, one third-place finish, three top-10s, seven top-25s and 18 cuts made. Was 49th on the combined final money list. Would go on to make his next 12 cuts to close out the Regular Season 42nd on the money list. Finished the Regular Season 42nd on the money list. Was No. 1 in Greens In Regulation from the Fairway (85.11) and No. 2 in both Total Driving and the All-Around Ranking during the Regular Season.
Made four of 12 PGA TOUR cuts while finishing 219th in the FedExCup standings. Will have one event during the 2014-15 season as part of a Non-Exempt Medical Extension (back) to earn either 396 FedExCup points or $658,698. On the Web.com Tour, played five Regular Season events, making two cuts, a T39 at the South Georgia Classic and a T44 at the United Leasing Championship. In the Web.com Tour Finals, a T25 at the Hotel Fitness Championship and a T12 two weeks later at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship put him one spot outside the number in the competition for one of the 25 available Finals cards heading to the Web.com Tour Championship.
Made 10 of 24 PGA TOUR cuts, recording his first top-10 since the 2009 season. Placed No. 142 in the FedExCup standings, the exact finish from his last season on TOUR, in 2011.
Made the cut in 19 of 25 Web.com Tour starts and had 10 top-25 finishes but just one top-10. Finished the year No. 9 in Scoring Average Before the Cut. Also ranked No. 5 in Driving Distance (313.7 yards).
Returned to the PGA TOUR and made the cut in 15 of 28 starts. Best finishes were a T13 to begin the year at the Sony Open in Hawaii and then a T22 at the Puerto Rico Open.
Made 27 Web.com Tour starts and had nine top-10 finishes among his 17 cuts made. Began the season by making the cut in his first nine starts. Tied with leading money Jamie Lovemark for most top-10s during the season. Finished T19 in season-opening Michael Hill New Zealand Open and followed that with a T4 at the Moonah Classic in Australia. His Moonah finish was his best on either the PGA TOUR or the Web.com Tour since a T3 at the Children's Miracle Network Classic in Orlando in November 2007.
Made the cut in nine of 16 starts on the PGA TOUR, with two top-25 finishes and a season-best T7 at the Travelers Championship. Teed it up in three Web.com Tour events, with a T50 at Soboba Classic.
Made the cut in 14 of 29 appearances on the 2008 PGA TOUR, with two top-10 finishes. Finished the season ranked No. 147 in both the FedExCup standings and the money list. Finished a season-best T9 at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Opened with rounds of 66-66 on his way to T10 at the Children's Miracle Network Classic in his last start of the year.
Split time between the PGA TOUR (nine made cuts in 18 starts) and the Web.com Tour (seven made cuts in 11 starts). Posted three top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour. Best finish on TOUR came in his last start, finishing at 14-under 274 and T3 at the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Finished second on the Web.com Tour in Driving Distance, with a 312.0 average.
Slipped outside the top 125 in fourth season on the PGA TOUR, with one top-10 in 33 starts. In seventh start of season, picked up his first top-10, a T5 at the Ford Championship at Doral.
Totaled five top-10s and won $891,812, including a second consecutive late-season rally to secure his card.
Playing on a Major Medical Extension, finished No. 125 on the money list to retain full playing privileges for the 2005 campaign.
Rookie season was cut to six events due to a herniated disk in his back and a shoulder injury. Withdrew after a first-round 75 at The Honda Classic and did not play the remainder of the season. Received Major Medical Extension for 2004.
Finished No. 14 on the 2002 Web.com Tour money list with $187,494 to earn TOUR card for 2003.