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Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (1)
Did not compete on the Web.com Tour. Played in four PGA TOUR Canada events, missing the cut in all four.
Missed the cut in two Web.com Tour outings. Entered four PGA TOUR Canada events. Best showing was a T53 at the Wildfire Invitational.
Made the cut in just two of seven Web.com Tour starts. Made two starts in PGA TOUR events.
Made the cut in nine of 21 starts and had four top-25 Web.com Tour finishes. Earned his only top-10 of the year, with a T2 at the Melwood Prince George's County Open, his best effort since a T2 at the 2007 Miccosukee Championship. Finished the week tied at the top in Greens in Regulation and also jumped 50 spots on the money list, to No. 16.
Played in 25 events and made 17 cuts to finish No. 33 on the money list. In his sixth start of year, Mills posted his first top-10 finish, at the Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae. Four rounds in the 60s left him in third place, three strokes behind winner Kevin Chappell. It was Mills' best performance since a T2 at the 2007 Miccosukee Championship.
Was No. 54 on the Web.com Tour money list after making the cut in 15 of his 26 starts.
Made the cut in half of his 32 starts on the PGA TOUR. Had four top-25 finishes, with his best effort a T13 at the Puerto Rico Open. Faltered late in the year, missing the cut in his last eight starts to wind up No. 142 on the money list.
Set up his return trip to the PGA TOUR after a successful season on the Web.com Tour. Made the cut in 22 of 27 events, with 16 top-25 finishes. Ended the season No. 4 on the money list, with $366,244. Make 13 cuts in his last 14 starts, with 10 top-20s. Was a collective 127-under par during the 14-tournament stretch, which included a win at the Albertsons Boise Open. Shot a tournament-record 21-under 263 thanks to an eagle-par-birdie finish, which produced a three-stroke win over D.A. Points. The first-place check of $121,500 moved him from No. 24 to No. 5 on the money list, locking up his PGA TOUR card for the 2008 season. Was named the Web.com Tour's September Player of the Month. Posted par-or-better scores in 33 of his final 34 rounds to close out the 2007 season.
Struggled during his rookie season on the PGA TOUR, making the cut in just six of 27 starts.
Earned his TOUR playing card by finishing fifth on the Web.com Tour money list. Posted nine top-10s, second-best on Tour, including six top-threes.
Entered 27 events and finished the season 49th on the money list, with four top-10s. Best performance was a fourth place at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open in March.
Played in just three Web.com Tour events but led the Canadian Tour order of merit that year and became the first Canadian to win the order of merit since Mike Weir in 1997. Won the MTS Classic.
Was 173rd on the Web.com Tour money list. Also played Canadian Tour. Member of Team Canada, helping lead the squad to the 2001 Four Nations Cup.