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PGA TOUR Victories (12)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (2)
Additional Victories (2)
PGA TOUR (4-1)
KORN FERRY TOUR (1-1)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Finished the season at No. 105 in the FedExCup standings, returning to the FedExCup Playoffs after missing out for the first time in his career in 2019. Claimed one top-10 finish (T7/Wyndham Championship) and made 12 of 18 cuts.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 12th consecutive season, making 23 cuts in 25 starts and collecting two top-10s. Best result came at the Valero Texas Open, where he finished fifth. Following a T33 at the BMW Championship, ended his season at No. 58 in the standings.
Made the cut in 17 of 23 starts, with a runner-up finish (the 10th of his career) at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational the best of his four top-10 finishes. Ended the season No. 48 in the standings.
Finished No. 57 in the FedExCup standings, becoming one of just 16 players to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs each of the 10 years since its inception in 2007, and marking just the third time in 10 years he has failed to advance to the TOUR Championship. Unable to make a charge in the Playoffs.
Recorded 10 top-10 finishes in 25 starts, highlighted by his second major victory and a five-week stretch that yielded four top-six showings. Placed sixth in the FedExCup standings, the fourth time he's finished inside the top 10.
Made the cut in 24 (equaling career-high number from 2004 and 2012) of 26 starts, with five top-10 finishes. Finished No. 18 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished a career-best fifth in the FedExCup, with eight top-10 finishes and his 10th PGA TOUR victory.
Eighth season on the PGA TOUR included four top-10 finishes and a 40th-place finish in the FedExCup.
Picked up his seventh career win at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, and earned his fifth trip to THE TOUR Championship, ultimately finishing 17th in the final FedExCup standings.
Posted a career-best nine top-10 finishes, including recording multiple victories for the second time in three years. Surpassed $4 million in earnings for the first time in his career.
Won for the fourth time in his career. At No. 53, finished outside the top 40 on the money list for the first time in his career. Made the cut in 19 of 25 starts, with seven top-25 finishes.
Recorded two victories, both in the state of Georgia, including his first major title at the Masters Tournament. Finished in the top 40 in first four seasons on TOUR, including three visits to THE TOUR Championship. Earned a career-best $3,922,338 thanks in part to two wins and a runner-up finish.
Posted five top-10s for second straight season, including two top-threes.
Became just the second player in TOUR history to surpass $2 million in earnings in his rookie season. Made 24 of 30 cuts and picked up his first TOUR win in just his 13th career tournament. Along with Todd Hamilton, became the first pair of rookies to make THE TOUR Championship since 1999, when Notah Begay III and Carlos Franco finished in the top 30. Began season outside the top 200 on the Official World Golf Ranking (207th) and ended the season at No. 41.
Earned Korn Ferry Tour Player of the Year honors after making the cut in 19 of 20 events, including the last 17 and finishing first on the final money list with a then-record $494,882. Produced two wins and a Tour-leading 11 top-10s, including nine top-threes. Tied a Korn Ferry Tour record with three consecutive runner-up performances, at The Reese's Cup Classic, the Henrico County Open and the Dayton Open. Set the Tour's all-time, single-season money record (surpassed by Troy Matteson in 2005) and became the first player in Tour history to top the $400,000 mark in earnings. Posted 68 of 78 rounds during the season at par or better. Led Tour with a record scoring average of 68.97 and finished first in Putting and in All-Around.
Won once (Tulsa, Okla.) on the Hooters Tour. Recorded five top-five finishes, nine top-10s and finished second on the money list.
Won final three regular-season events on Hooters Tour, earning the nickname "Back-to-Back-to-Back-Zach." Finished the season as the tour's leading money winner and Player of the Year.
Rookie on the Korn Ferry Tour. Missed the first six cuts of the year but rebounded by making four of the final five cuts.
Finished third on Prairie Golf Tour after winning twice.
Won once on the Prairie Golf Tour and finished sixth on the money list.