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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
Additional Victories (1)
PGA TOUR (1-1)
Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season and 13th total, finishing at No. 122 in the FedExCup standings. Claimed four top-25s and made 13 cuts in 20 starts, highlighted by a T14 at the Charles Schwab Challenge. Failed to post at least one top-10 result for just the second time in 22 seasons on TOUR and first since the 2015-16 season.
Posted six top-10s, his most in a season since 2007, en route to a 36th-place finish in the FedExCup standings, advancing to the BMW Championship for the first time since 2015. Marked his 12th time qualifying for the FedExCup Playoffs, and his best result since 2011 (35th). Made 22 cuts in 26 starts, highlighted by a pair of T3s.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 11th time, ending the season at No. 109 in the FedExCup. Season highlighted by 19 made cuts, equaling the second-most of the first 20 seasons of his career and just one shy of 20 made cuts in 2003.
Claimed six top-25 finishes, highlighted by a T4 at the Wyndham Championship that moved him into the top-125 players in the FedExCup standings. It marked his 10th start in the FedExCup Playoffs.
Limited to 20 events due to injury. After missing the cut at the Valero Texas Open in late April, did not play again until the Quicken Loans National in late June. Will have six events to earn 311 FedExCup points or $567,654 to play out of the top 125 category for the remainder of the season. Missed the cut in the next two Korn Ferry Tour Finals events to finish 43rd on the Korn Ferry Tour priority list.
Extended his streak of FedExCup Playoffs starts to a perfect nine for nine, thanks to four top-10 finishes in 22 starts through the Wyndham Championship. Advanced through the third event of the Playoffs, the BMW Championship. Season ended outside Chicago at No. 65 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 16 of 26 cuts on TOUR, with thee top-10s. Missed the cut at The Barclays to end his season at No. 108 in the FedExCup standings. Failed to advance to the second FedExCup Playoffs event (Deutsche Bank Championship) for the first time since the FedExCup began, in 2007.
Made 16 of 27 cuts on TOUR, with five top-10s. Finished No. 46 in the final FedExCup standings. Followed The Greenbrier finish with a missed cut at the John Deere Classic but came back with T17 at the Sanderson Farms Championship, T12 at the RBC Canadian Open and T7 at the Reno-Tahoe Open (his fourth top-10 finish of the season).
Finished No. 97 in the FedExCup standings, his worst effort in the six years of the FedExCup Playoffs. Previous-worst showing was No. 69 in 2008.
Picked up sixth career win on TOUR, making 18 of 24 cuts and recording three top-10s.
Finished inside the top 125 (54th) on the money list for the 12th consecutive season, dating to his rookie year of 1999. Claimed three top-10s to finish 48th in the final FedExCup standings. Closed with a final-round, 7-under-par 64 at The Barclays to finish T5, his lowest final round since a 10-under-par 63 at the season-opening SBS Championship.
Earned a victory near home at the HP Byron Nelson Championship and a top-20 finish on the money list (No. 18) for the fourth time in his career.
After two consecutive seasons of making the TOUR Championship, leveled off a bit by placing 56th on the money list. Recorded three top-10 finishes.
Earned his fourth career win and had his best showing in a major. One of two first-time participants on the International Presidents Cup team. Solid play during the year pushed him comfortably inside the top-15 on the FedExCup standings, where he finished fourth and earned a $1.5 million bonus.
Earned more $2 million for the first time in a season and ranked 16th on the final season money list. Seven top-10s, including two runner-up finishes.
More than half of season's earnings and three of his four top-10s came during four-week stretch (Phoenix Open to Nissan Open), which included a T2 at the Nissan Open, one stroke behind winner Len Mattiace.
Had a successful rookie campaign on TOUR.
Won Southern Arizona Open.
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