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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
Additional Victories (2)
Made 14 cuts in 25 starts, highlighted by a season-best T7 at the RBC Heritage. At No. 152 in FedExCup points after the Wyndham Championship, did not advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time, ending his streak of making the Playoffs all seasons of the FedExCup (est. 2007). Entered the 2018-19 season playing with a Minor Medical Extension with two events available to earn 115 FedExCup points to fulfill his extension and remain exempt for the remainder of the season.
Made 20 cuts in 25 starts. Recorded four top-10s en route to a 35th finish in the FedExCup standings, marking the 11th consecutive season he qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive season, one of just 16 players to perform the feat. Advanced to the BMW Championship (the third Playoffs event) for the eighth consecutive season, but failed to reach the TOUR Championship for the first time since 2012, finishing No. 46 in the final standings.
Playing his 10th full PGA TOUR season, a campaign highlighted by his sixth TOUR win and a selection to the U.S. Presidents Cup team. In early September, along with Mickelson, earned a spot on The Presidents Cup when his father and U.S. captain, Jay made him a captain's pick. Finished 11th in the U.S. rankings, just missing an automatic selection given to the top-10. Marked the 10th time in 11 Presidents Cups that the player in the 11th spot has been picked. On making the team, he replied, "I really wanted to be on this team, but to be in the team room with my dad as a captain, I don't think it's something that we or I will ever forget."
Made the cut in 27 of 28 starts (five more than his previous high from 2011). Season included a career-high 17 top-25 finishes.
Made the cut in 19 of 25 starts, with a career-high nine top-10 finishes, including his fifth career PGA TOUR title, winning the AT&T National. Finished the year No. 24 in the FedExCup. Outside of winning the FedExCup in 2011, this was his best showing in the season-long points race.
Capped off a career-best season by winning the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola and the FedExCup. PGA TOUR Player of the Month for September.
Captured first two career PGA TOUR titles, the Bob Hope Classic and the Viking Classic, to finish inside the top 30 on the season-ending official money list for the first time.
Posted three consecutive Playoff top-25s. Finished the FedExCup season 41st in the standings.
Made the cut in 18 of 31 starts, including 10 top-25 finishes. Had two top-10 finishes on his way to a No. 73 finish in the FedExCup standings. Finished No. 104 on the money list for the second straight year, topping $1 million in earnings for the first time.
Finished third on TOUR in eagles with 14.
Posted one top-10, in his rookie season and finished in the top 100 (No. 99).
Exempt into finals thanks to ending the Korn Ferry Tour as No. 23 on the money list, his first year on that Tour. Made cut in 19 of 22 events. Entered Web.com Tour Championship in 21st and last spot available to earn a TOUR card but dropped to 23rd after finishing T24. Tried to earn his TOUR card via Sponsor Exemptions in both 2004 and 2005 but did not earn enough money while making the cut in 12 of 15 starts over the two seasons.
In 2004, he was ranked No. 1 the entire season.
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