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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (4)
PLAYOFF RECORD (0-1)
PLAYOFF RECORD (3-0)
Managed just 13 starts due to a neck injury, making three cuts and finishing the season No. 236 in the FedExCup standings. Entered the 2019-20 season on a Major Medical Extension with 12 starts available to earn 360 points to equal No. 125 on the 2018-19 FedExCup points list (Pat Perez/376 points).
Made six cuts in 25 starts, finishing the season No. 176 in the FedExCup.
Posted three top-25s in 21 starts through the Wyndham Championship, highlighted by his third career PGA TOUR win in Puerto Rico. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the sixth time and first since 2013.
Finished No. 184 in the FedExCup standings, failing to advance to the Playoffs for the third consecutive season. Made the cut in 11 of 18 starts, with a T14 at his season-ending Wyndham Championship his best outing. Showed promise toward the end of the season, as all three of his top-25 finishes came in his last six starts.
With three top-25 finishes in 26 starts, finished outside the top 125 in FedExCup points at No. 171 and failed to advance to the Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Finished No. 77 on the Korn Ferry Tour Finals money list, missing the first two cuts, then posting T52 and T35 finishes. Will play out of the Past Champion category on the PGA TOUR 2015-16, along with status on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Lone top-25 finish came in his last start, at the Wyndham Championship, opening with rounds of 67-65 (the only event of the season he opened with two sub-70 scores) en route to a T18 finish. Completed the season No. 173 in the FedExCup, ending a streak of five consecutive seasons of finishing inside the top 100 in the FedExCup and recording at least three top-10s each season.
Season included 15 made cuts in 28 starts, with a victory at the Shell Houston Open and a runner-up effort at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the best of his three top-10 finishes. Finished the season a career-best 30th in the FedExCup.
Finished No. 63 in the FedExCup standings. Just one week after a solid T12 finish at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, made his fifth start at the Sony Open in Hawaii, where a third-round 64 shaved four strokes off his previous-best score at the event and eventually led to a T6 finish, three strokes behind champion Johnson Wagner.
Picked up first career win on TOUR and had career-best finishes in the FedExCup (56th) and money list (37th).
Collected three top-10 finishes in 2010 and retained TOUR card for second consecutive season.
Finished No. 66 on the PGA TOUR money list and earned more than $1 million in a season for the first time in his career. Ranked 72nd in the final FedExCup standings.
Made the cut in 16 of 25 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour, with 10 top-25 finishes. Finished No. 16 on the official money list and became one of five players in Tour history with $1 million in career earnings. Collected the first top-10 of the year with a T5 at the 36-hole HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship, finishing four shots behind tournament winner Darron Stiles. Became the only player to notch top-10s in both events Down Under after a T7 effort at the Moonah Classic.
Made the cut in 16 of 29 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour, with five top-25 finishes. Concluded the year No. 39 on the money list, with $156,799. Posted a season-best runner-up finish at the Albertsons Boise Open. Posted back-to-back eagles during a third-round 63.
Finished No. 162 on the PGA TOUR money list, with $405,984. Posted three top-25 finishes, including his first career top-10–at The Honda Classic (T10).
After finishing 161st on the PGA TOUR money list in his rookie season, earned his way back on TOUR by finishing T3 at the year-end National Qualifying Tournament. Posted four top-25s including T13s at the unofficial Nissan Open and the B.C. Open.
Finished second on the Korn Ferry Tour money list with $332,815 to earn his initial TOUR card. Posted his second Tour victory at the 2004 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic in a playoff over James Driscoll. Came back a few weeks later and won the inaugural Pete Dye West Virginia Classic. Led Tour in Birdie Average.
Finished No. 50 on the Korn Ferry Tour money list.
Finished 66th on Korn Ferry Tour money list mainly due to a season-best T4 at the Gila River Golf Classic (set up when he matched the Whirlwind GC record with a 10-under 61 in the third round).
In rookie season on Korn Ferry Tour, won the Inland Empire Open and ranked No. 30 on the final money list.
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