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Web.com Tour Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Playing out of the 126-150 category, was limited to seven starts due to injury. Playing out of the Non-Exempt Minor Medical Extension category in 2016-17, will have six events to earn 424 FedExCup points or $652,290 to move into top 125 category for the remainder of the season.
Made 16 of 28 PGA TOUR cuts. Had no top-10s to finish No. 138 in the FedExCup standings. Made all four starts in the Web.com Tour Finals in an attempt to improve his status but finished No. 57 on that money list.
Made 23 of 30 cuts, with his first top-10 TOUR finish since the 2005 season. Advanced to his first FedExCup Playoffs, where he missed the cut at The Barclays. Season ended after he posted a T50 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Was named 2013 Web.com Tour Player of the Year by his peers. Ended the season as one of four multiple winners (two wins) on Tour and made the cut in 19 of 23 starts. Also had one second- and one third-place finish during the season, which saw him earn a cumulative $515,184, the third-best total in Tour history. Finished with nine top 10s and 14 top 25s, first on Tour in both categories. With a T12 finish at the Cox Classic, wrapped up the Web.com Tour Regular Season money title, with $450,184 in earnings, ensuring him fully exempt PGA TOUR status in 2013-14 and a PLAYERS Championship invite. Was 2nd in Greens in Regulation Percentage (74.31), T3 in Scoring Average (69.22) and 6th in All-Around Ranking.
Made the cut in 12 of 19 Web.com Tour starts and ended the year No. 29 on the money list, thanks to a pair of runner-up finishes. Played the first part of the PGA TOUR season on a Major Medical Extension. Had four events to earn $269,76 but missed the cut in all four starts. Hovered near the top 25 on the money list for the final two months but was never able to get higher than No. 26 before closing the year at No. 29.
Will play on the PGA TOUR with a Major Medical Extension in 2012. Will have four events to earn $269.766 in 2012. His season came to an abrupt halt at the Reno-Tahoe Open when he had an MRI that revealed a fracture of a bone in his left wrist. The injury occurred in June while he was practicing. Before the injury, he matched his PGA TOUR career total of top-25 finishes, with four, the best showing a T12 at the John Deere Classic, where he posted four sub-par rounds for just the second time of the year.
Played in 22 events in 2010, posting four top-10 finishes and won for the first time in his career. Made the cut in his final 12 starts and punched his ticket back to the PGA TOUR by finishing No. 24 on the final money list. Made his first cut in his third start of the year, at the South Georgia Classic, where he finished T5. Next top-10 was a T3 at the Fort Smith Classic in Arkansas where he finished four back of winner Chris Kirk.
Made 17 cuts in 27 Web.com Tour starts Tour but had only one top-10 finish and ended the season No. 73 on the money list. Earned his only top-10 of the season at the Web.com Tour Players Cup, where he finished T7. Led the Tour in Total Eagles. He had 22, three more than anyone else.
Made the cut in 18 of 27 starts, with three top-10 finishes. Was T7 at the Athens Regional Foundation Classic, where he shared the first-round lead with four others. Had a T6 at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational. Held the first-round lead at the Albertsons Boise Open, where he also T6.
During his rookie season on the PGA TOUR, he made the cut in 19 of 27 starts and finished No. 158 on the money list, with $422,359. Finished T16 at the Buick Invitational for the best of his two top-25 finishes.
Set up his rookie PGA TOUR season after finishing 17th on the Web.com Tour money list in his first season on that Tour. Posted 10 top-25s, including two seconds and two thirds. Came to the 72nd hole of the Rheem Classic with a one-stroke lead over Darron Stiles, but an ensuing bogey led to the extra session, eventually won by Stiles with a par on the first extra hole. His T3s came at The Rex Hospital Open and the Cox Classic. Second runner-up finish came in dramatic fashion at the Utah EnergySolutions Championship. Coming off of a double bogey on the par-4 eighth hole during the final round, stood 1-over on the day and just 6-under for the tournament. Played the final 10 holes 9-under—including an 8-under 29 on the par-37 back nine—just one shy of the Tour's lowest nine-hole score in relation to par set by Notah Begay III (9-under 27) at the 1999 Dominion Open.
Made three cuts in five appearances on the PGA TOUR. In first start as a professional as a sponsor's exemption, finished T4 at the Buick Championship, including a final-round 63.