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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (5)
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for an eighth consecutive time, thanks to eight top-25 finishes in 22 starts through the Wyndham Championship. Of those, two were top-10 showings. Kept himself alive through the first three of four Playoffs events, before ending his season after the BMW Championship at No. 68 in the FedExCup standings. Began season in Asia with T29 at CIMB Classic in Malaysia and T11 at World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in China. Started the Deutsche Bank Championship at No. 71 in the FedExCup standings. Earned the last spot in the 70-player BMW Championship the following week with a T46 at TPC Boston.
Four top-10 finishes in 21 starts resulted in a FedExCup Playoffs' berth for a seventh consecutive season. Missed cuts at The Barclays and the Deutsche Bank Championship ended his season at No. 72 in the FedExCup standings. Had two top-10 finishes in his first 11 starts of the season, including ninth-place outings at two World Golf Championships events. Was ninth at HSBC Champions and T9 at the Cadillac Match Play.
Claimed a career-best six top-10 finishes in 18 starts, highlighted by second- and third-place performances. For the sixth consecutive season, made it to the FedExCup Playoffs, where he competed in the first three events. Season ended after the BMW Championship, where he settled in at No. 58 in the final FedExCup standings.
Made 16 of 23 cuts on TOUR, with four top-10s. Finished No. 59 in the final FedExCup standings.
Picked up his first win on TOUR after coming from six shots off the lead at the Travelers Championship. Was T20 and six shots off the lead entering the final round. Fired a bogey-free, 8-under 62 in the final round, matching his career-best round and the second-best comeback in tournament history. Finished his round 2 hours and 22 minutes before the last putt dropped. Finished at 3:39 p.m., with the last putt of the tournament falling at 6:01 p.m. Roland Thatcher, who was in the final group had a chance to tie the lead with a birdie, but a bogey-5 ended any other contenders' chances. His other 62 on TOUR came 100 miles from Hartford, Conn., at the 2009 Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass., where he finished T15. Earned first PGA TOUR victory in 96 career starts at the age of 28 years, 8 months. Earned a ticket to the The Open Championship for being one of the top-two players, not previously eligible, from a cumulative money list taken from THE PLAYERS and five TOUR events (THE PLAYERS, FedEx St. Jude Classic, U.S. Open, Travelers Championship, AT&T National and The Greenbrier Classic). Was joined among the top-two by Greenbrier Classic champion Ted Potter, Jr.
At No. 100, snuck into the top 100 on the money list for the third consecutive season. Advanced to the 70-player BMW Championship field for the third time, but a T42 finish at the Chicago-area event left him No. 65 in the FedExCup standings and out of the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.
Made 17 of 26 cuts to go with two top-10s, including a runner up for the second consecutive season.
Voted Rookie of the Year as the first Australian to win PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year honors., with three top-10s, including a runner-up finish to Tiger Woods at the BMW Championship.
Placed 19th on the Web.com Tour money list, just 56 cents ahead of the 20th position.
Played his rookie season on the Web.com Tour, making the cut in five of eight starts and posting four top-25 finishes. Concluded the season No. 92 on the money list, with $63,643. Opened the year with two top-10 finishes, including a career-best T3 at the Jacob's Creek Open Championship and a T10 at the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship. Highly successful career in Australia, including third win on the Von Nida Tour at the Toyota Southern Classic.
Made first two Web.com Tour starts, with only made cut—a T43 at the Jacob's Creek Open Championship. Won twice on the Von Nida Tour at the Queensland Cairns Classic and the 2006 Toyota Southern Classic. Led that tour's Order of Merit.