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PGA TOUR Victories (5)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (2)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Finished the season No. 181 in the FedExCup after making 11 cuts in 24 starts, highlighted by four top-25s. Competed in all four Korn Ferry Tour Finals events. Entered the 2018-19 season playing out of the Past Champion category.
Finished the Korn Ferry Tour season with 18 starts, one win, and 12 cuts made. Was fifth in the final priority-ranking order. Secured his PGA TOUR card for the 2017-18 season with a second-place finish on the 2017 Korn Ferry Tour Finals money list (excluding the 25). Also made nine starts on the PGA TOUR, highlighted by a T5 at the John Deere Classic. Only missed two cuts in those nine TOUR starts.
Among 13 made cuts in 22 PGA TOUR starts were six top-25 finishes. Made all four starts in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals in an attempt to improve his status but finished No. 55 on that money list.
Entered the season with 10 available events to earn $166,517 to remain exempt for the rest of the year under a Major Medical Extension due to left-wrist surgery in early 2013. In ninth event of the year, successfully fulfilled Major Medical Extension obligation, to earn $31,540, pushing his season earnings to $171,967. Made the cut in 14 of 24 starts, collecting four top-25 finishes along the way. At No. 136 in FedExCup points, finished outside the top 125 for the second consecutive season and second overall. Attempted to regain his exempt status at the Korn Ferry Tour Finals, where he placed 70th on the Finals money list.
Missed the first three months of the season after having left-wrist surgery. Will have 10 events in the 2013-14 season to earn $166,517 under a Major Medical Extension. Made five of 16 cuts on the PGA TOUR and missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time since it began in 2007. Also ended a streak of 11 consecutive years inside the top 115 on the final money list.
Finished the season No. 82 in the FedExCup standings.
Captured his fifth PGA TOUR victory en route to career-best finishes in the FedExCup (No. 27) and money earned (No. 22).
Posted three of his four top-10 finishes in his last seven starts of the season, including fourth career TOUR win in historic fashion at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, recording the first-ever playoff hole-in-one to secure the victory.
Posted two top-10s and finished 66th in FedExCup standings.
Made the cut in 18 of 27 starts finishing No. 55 in the FedExCup standings.
Had a then-career year in earnings and captured his third PGA TOUR title, at the John Deere Classic. Played in his first The Open Championship and first TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.
Matched career high with five top-10s (2003).
Struggled early in the year due to a hip injury, but bounced back with a strong finish after undergoing surgery on Feb. 15 in Pittsburgh because of two tears in the labrum front and back. The surgery tightened up the looseness and instability. Returned for THE PLAYERS Championship at the end of March.
Posted career-high five top-10s.
Became first rookie to win on TOUR since Jose Coceres in early 2001 with his victory at the Buick Challenge. Began season 404th in the Official World Golf Ranking and by the end of the season had improved to 72nd.
Earned first TOUR card by finishing eighth on the Korn Ferry Tour money list, thanks to five top-10 finishes and a first, second and third.
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