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PGA TOUR Victories (13)
International Victories (13)
Additional Victories (2)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 11th consecutive season, one of 13 players to achieve this feat in the 11 seasons of the FedExCup Playoffs. Entered the Playoffs at No. 62, however, chose not to compete in opening Playoffs event, THE NORTHERN TRUST, staying in Australia for the birth of his son, Byron. Surprisingly, decided to return to compete in second Playoffs event at TPC Boston in an effort to advance, but missed the cut at the Dell Technologies Championship and finished the season No. 79. Made 13 cuts in 16 starts for the season while recording four top-10 finishes, including a T9 at the Masters Tournament and a season-best T6 at THE PLAYERS.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive season, one of 16 players to achieve this feat in the 10 seasons of the FedExCup Playoffs. Made it to the TOUR Championship for the seventh time. Entered the Playoffs finale in the No. 3 position in the FedExCup standings and finished T8 at East Lake to end his season No. 4 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded 14 top-25 finishes from 20 starts. Of those, seven were top-five showings, including back-to-back wins at The Honda Classic and World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
Of 11 made cuts in 14 starts through the Wyndham Championship, amassed three top-10 PGA TOUR finishes and earned a return trip to the FedExCup Playoffs for a ninth consecutive season. A missed cut at The Barclays kept him outside the top 100 who advanced to the following week's Deutsche Bank Championship, site of his first TOUR win in the event's inaugural year of 2003. Season marked just his third missed start at TPC Boston (2005 and 2009).
Made the cut in 15 of 16 starts, recording 10 top-10 finishes, tying his career-best total from 2006 (and later 2014). Season highlighted by his win at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (the 11th win of his PGA TOUR career), winning the same week as he reached No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time. Claimed the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking on May 19, becoming the second Australian to ascend to the No. 1 ranking. Greg Norman held the top spot for 331 weeks, through January 4, 1998. Parted with caddie Steve Williams at the end of the season.
Season highlighted with victories at the Masters Tournament (his first major championship) and The Barclays. Finished the year a career-best fourth in the FedExCup (later matched in 2016). Was named the Golf Writers Association of America Male Player of the Year.
Finished No. 25 in the FedExCup standings, his third straight year inside the top 25. Won a tournament for the 12th consecutive season when he captured the Talisker Masters in November. Trailed Ian Poulter by one shot through 54 at Kingston Heath GC in Melbourne. Shot a final-round, 5-under 67 to eventually cruise to a four-stroke win.
Turned in a solid season, with his first win at a World Golf Championships event. Made 14 of 18 cuts to finish No. 16 in the FedExCup. Seven top 10s are his most since 2006 (10).
Finished 19th in the FedExCup Playoffs and returned to the TOUR Championship for the first time since 2007. Bounced back with a victory and four top-10 finishes after posting only one top-10 in 2009. One of three players to record top-10 finishes in each of the first two PGA TOUR Playoff events, finishing T9 at The Barclays and T5 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Finished 108th on the final money list, his worst career finish, with one top-10 finish and nine made cuts in 19 starts.
Won on the PGA TOUR and European Tour despite setbacks from injury and illness.
Competed in all four FedExCup Playoffs events and finished 12th on the season-long points list. Won his fifth career PGA TOUR title at the Shell Houston Open and earned a spot on his third Presidents Cup team.
Punctuated season of near-misses with a victory at the TOUR Championship, finishing the season No. 3 on the money list and No. 4 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Also notched a career-best 10 top-10s (later matched in 2014) and finished third in Scoring Average (68.95).
Earned unofficial victory at the Nissan Open, captured fourth career European Tour victory and was one of the International Team stars at The Presidents Cup.
Totaled two TOUR wins, including a victory at THE PLAYERS Championship. Totaled seven top-10s in only 16 starts.
Earned first TOUR title in 34th career TOUR start at age 23 years, 1 month, 16 days (youngest since Sergio Garcia won the 2002 Mercedes Championships at 21 years, 11 months, 27 days) at the inaugural Deutsche Bank Championship. Led Vijay Singh by two strokes after 36 holes, thanks to a course record 9-under-par 62. Maintained three-stroke lead over Jonathan Kaye through 54 holes, and brought home a four-stroke victory over runner-up Rocco Mediate. Joined the TOUR as a Special Temporary Member in late April.
Earned second European Tour victory, at the Qatar Maters, with a 19-under-par 269. Became the youngest winner of that event, at 21 years. Earned Masters invitation based on being ranked in the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking at end of 2001. Finished T9 at Augusta National. Earnings of $151,200 put season PGA TOUR winnings at $288,642, earning an invitation to join the PGA TOUR as a Special Temporary Member for the remainder of the 2002 season.
Finished 13th in the Order of Merit in first full season on European Tour. In 16 European Tour events, compiled five top-10s, including three third-place finishes. Also played in United States, Japan and Australia.
Secured European Tour card for 2001 in just eight starts as a professional, clinching his place with a T6 at the Linde German Masters in October.