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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Web.com Tour Victories (4)
International Victories (2)
Additional Victories (1)
Due to injury, did not make a start on the PGA TOUR for the second straight season. Will play the 2017-18 season on a Major Medical Extension, with 26 available events to earn 454 FedExCup points or $717,890 to remain exempt for the remainder of the season.
After playing in just five events in 2014-15 due to injury, sat out the entire 2015-16 season as he continued to rehab injury.
Failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs after getting to the weekend just once in five starts. Missed two cuts and withdrew twice. Play was limited, due to the recovery process from a broken bone in his left hand.
Missed just five cuts in 26 starts and picked up his first career PGA TOUR win. An additional two top-10 finishes helped pave the way to the FedExCup Playoffs for a seventh time.
Season included 17 made cuts in 25 starts, with a T3 at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am the best of his three top-10 finishes.
Finished a career-best No. 34 in the FedExCup standings. Advanced to the third FedExCup Playoffs event (BMW Championship) for the first time.
Made 17 of 27 cuts with one top-10 and six top-25s.
Claimed two top-10 finishes in his first four starts, with a career-best five top-10s on the season.
Had a runner-up finish and six top-25s in 20 starts.
Finished in the top-125 (No. 124) to maintain his membership on TOUR, thanks to a solid finish. It was first time finishing in the top 125. Made his first start at The Open Championship, finishing T51. Posted first top-10 at the Reno-Tahoe Open. Consecutive 67s Friday and Saturday led to a T2 finish, his best TOUR finish which came in the city where he was born. His T7 at the 2007 Wyndham Championship moved him to 106th in the FedExCup standings. He was 157th following the Canadian Open one month before and moved to 121st with his finish at the Reno-Tahoe Open. Ended the year with a T15 finish at the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Collected $73,600 to earn enough money to finish in the top-125, moving from 127th to 124th.
Finished with an eagle for the third consecutive day to win the Johnnie Walker Classic in February and his biggest professional victory. The (then) 26-year-old son of 1982 Masters champion Craig Stadler had a 3-under 69 final round for a 20-under 268 total on The Vines Resort's Lakes Course and a two-stroke victory over Australia's Nick O'Hern. He earned $365,340 in the event sanctioned by the European, Australasian and Asian Tours. Finished 12th on the Web.com Tour money list to earn membership on the PGA TOUR in 2007. Made 15 starts on the Web.com Tour, highlighted by two wins. A month after his Xerox Classic victory, defeated Glen Day again by a stroke again at the Albertsons Boise Open. Made six starts on the PGA TOUR, highlighted by five made cuts and a T13 finish at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational.
Rookie on TOUR after finishing 13th on the 2004 Web.com Tour money list in his first season on that circuit. Posted first career top-10 in 13th professional start on TOUR with a T9 at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson. Tied for fifth at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. Was three off the lead entering the final round, but was disqualified (Rule 4-1/1) for having a non-conforming club (shaft in wedge was bent) in his bag.
Won his first start of the season on the Web.com Tour with a 9-under 279 at the Lake Erie Charity Classic, outlasting Bubba Watson and Michael Long in a four-hole playoff. His father, Craig, won the Champions Tour's Bank of America Championship in Massachusetts just minutes earlier. Became the first sponsor exemption to win on the Web.com Tour since Chris Couch won the 2001 Florida Classic.