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PGA TOUR Victories (12)
Additional Victories (2)
Earned three PGA TOUR titles for the first time in his career and made eighth start in the TOUR Championship. Finished No. 10 in the FedExCup standings, his third result inside the top 10. In all, made 19 cuts and recorded six top-10s in 24 starts. Ranked inside the top 10 in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee (0.781) for the ninth consecutive season.
Finished the 2016-17 season with 14 made cuts in 22 starts, highlighted by a T5 finish (with teammate J.B. Holmes) at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Wrapped up the season No. 75 in the standings, his worst showing in the 11-year history of the FedExCup.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive season, one of 16 players to reach the FedExCup Playoffs every season since its inception. Made it to the TOUR Championship for the seventh time. Entered the Playoffs finale in the No. 24 position on the FedExCup standings and finished T10 at East Lake to end his season No. 21 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded nine top-25 finishes from 19 starts. Of those, two were top-five showings, coming in back-to-back starts with a win at the Northern Trust Open and runner-up finish at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. Following a T13 at The Barclays and a missed cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship, finished T20 in his ninth appearance at the BMW Championship, as one of three players who have qualified for the BMW Championship every year of the FedExCup (Phil Mickelson and Charley Hoffman).
Made 17 of 19 cuts with 10 top-10s and two wins and a No. 5 finish in the final FedExCup standings for the second consecutive season.
Season highlighted by his second win at the Masters Tournament and a berth on the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Also won the Northern Trust Open, making him one of seven multiple winners during the season. Went on to finish 14th at East Lake GC and a career-best fifth in the FedExCup standings.
Made the cut in 18 of 21 starts, with fourth-place finishes at the Travelers Championship and Hyundai Tournament of Champions (T4) the best of his three top-10 finishes. Ended the year No. 37 in the FedExCup.
Finished a career-best No. 13 in the FedExCup standings. Previous best finish was No. 22 in 2010. Missed the cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship, but managed top-12 finishes in the other three Playoffs events (T10 at The Barclays, T12 at the BMW Championship and T5 at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola) to end the season a career-best 13th in the FedExCup. His T5 at East Lake GC was his best finish in four TOUR Championship starts.
Recorded his first two-win season while making 19 cuts and missing only two.
Claimed his first PGA TOUR win in 122nd start, at the Travelers Championship in June. Collected three additional top-10s, including a playoff loss to Martin Kaymer at the PGA Championship. Earned first berth on the United States Ryder Cup team. Played in all four Playoffs events, culminating with a T17 at the TOUR Championship, to finish 22nd in the FedExCup standings.
Had a runner-up finish for a third consecutive year and placed 60th on the PGA TOUR money list. Finished second in Driving Distance with a 311.4-yard average (Robert Garrigus, 312 average), breaking a streak of three consecutive years leading that statistical category.
Had his most consistent season up to that point as a professional, making the TOUR Championship for the first time and placing 30th in the FedExCup.
In just his second year on TOUR, collected five top-10s, including a runner-up finish at the Shell Houston Open. For the second straight season, led the TOUR in Driving Distance with an average of 315.2 yards.
Rookie on TOUR after finishing 21st on the 2005 Web.com Tour money list. Bogey-free streak came to an end at 100 holes after he bogeyed the par-4 seventh hole on Doral's Blue Monster (AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am-four holes, Chrysler Classic of Tucson, 72 holes, Ford Championship at Doral, 24 holes). Led TOUR in Driving Distance with an average of 319.6 yards.
Finished 21st on the Web.com Tour money list. One of three left-handers to graduate to the PGA TOUR from Web.com Tour, joined by Eric Axley and Greg Chalmers. Fell from 18th to 21st on money list after the Web.com Tour Championship and grabbed the last available spot after graduating class was expanded to top 21 thanks to a change in the eligibility following Jason Gore's victory on the PGA TOUR. Led Web.com Tour in Driving Distance with an average of 334.0 yards (second-longest average in Tour history).
Finished second twice on the Web.com Tour, losing in a three-way playoff at the Lake Erie Charity Classic and finishing T2 at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic. Finished 37th on the final Web.com Tour money list.
Finished 63rd on the Web.com Tour money list.