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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Made 27 starts on the PGA TOUR in 2017 before competing in all four Web.com Tour Finals events.
At No. 183 in the standings, failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career. Also failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time in his 13 full seasons on TOUR, with a T19 at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions his best finish.
Grinded out another solid season, with four top-10 finishes in 24 starts. Made it through the FedExCup Playoffs first three tournaments before ending his season after the BMW Championship, ranked No. 49 in the standings. Entering the 2014-15 season, was the only player in the FedExCup era to advance each season to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. That streak was on the line heading into the Deutsche Bank Championship. However, he moved from No. 91 to No. 52 to keep his streak alive, finishing T4 at TPC Boston (just his second top-10 at the event in 13 starts). Couldn't keep the magic alive at the BMW Championship, where he T32 and was eliminated from the Playoffs.
Made the cut in 20 of 25 starts, with season highlighted by his sixth PGA TOUR victory (The Barclays) and being selected by Captain Tom Watson to represent the U.S. at the Ryder Cup. Carried The Barclays win in the first FedExCup Playoffs event all the way to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, becoming the only player to advance to the TOUR Championship all eight years of the FedExCup era. Finished the season a career-best sixth in the FedExCup standings. Fell short in his bid to join Tiger Woods (18) and Geoff Ogilvy (three) with three or more World Golf Championships wins, finishing inside the top 15 in all three WGC starts.
Tenth full season on the PGA TOUR included a 20th-place finish in the FedExCup, with 22 made cuts in 25 starts. Season highlighted by a runner-up finish at the World Golf Championship-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Finished No. 19 in the final FedExCup standings and is one of three players (Mickelson and Stricker) to advance to the TOUR Championship in the first six seasons of the FedExCup Playoffs.
Made 22 of 25 cuts, recorded a career-best nine top-10 finishes and ranked a (then) personal best No. 7 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded the sixth runner-up finish of his career (and second of the season) with a playoff loss to Bill Haas at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, after carrying a share of the 54-hole lead with Aaron Baddeley into the final round. The finish represented a career-high ninth top-10 finish of the season and dropped his career record to 1-2 in playoffs. By making it to East Lake, joined Steve Stricker as the only players to tee it up in all 20 PGA TOUR Playoff events since the launch of the FedExCup. Also joined Stricker (and Phil Mickelson) as the only three players to reach the TOUR Championship in each of those five years. Finished the season seventh in the FedExCup. His play at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola represented the first time he had carried the lead/co-lead into the final round on the PGA TOUR.
Turned in a stellar season after picking up his second and third wins on TOUR. Finished 18th in the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup, beoming one of five players (Steve Stricker, Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk and Ernie Els) to qualify for the TOUR Championship in the first four seasons of the Playoffs.
Following six top-10 finishes, including a runner-up finish at the AT&T National, played his way into all four FedExCup Playoff events before finishing 27th in the FedExCup. Also was a Captain's Pick for The Presidents Cup and recorded a career high in earnings.
Finished the season, which included being selected to his first Ryder Cup team, ranked 18th in the FedExCup. Surpassed $2 million in earnings for the second consecutive season, finishing No. 30 on the money list.
Won for the first time on TOUR at the Travelers Championship, became a Captain's Selection for The Presidents Cup and recorded three 62s, all within a three-month span during the summer.
Finished 83rd on the PGA TOUR money list, his best finish in three seasons on TOUR. Matched his then-career high in top-25s with six (2004 and 2007).
Fell out of the top 125 in his sophomore season, but finished 131st on the money list to earn partial status for 2006. Improved status by finishing T9 at the Qualifying Tournament in December.
At age 21 when the season kicked off, was second-youngest player on TOUR, behind fellow rookie Kevin Na.
Turned professional after missing the cut at the U.S. Open, and made four cuts in seven starts the remainder of the season on sponsor exemptions.