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Web.com Tour Victories (2)
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third time in his career, finishing a career-best 79th in the final standings. Season included eight top-25 finishes (equaling his career-high from the previous season) in 26 starts, including three top-five performances. Entered the Playoffs at No. 54 in the standings. Missed the cut in The Barclays and Deutsche Bank Championship to end the season at No. 79 in the final FedExCup standings.
Four top-10 finishes in 27 starts gave him a second berth into the FedExCup Playoffs and first appearance since 2012. A missed cut at The Barclays was followed by a T44 finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship a week later, ending his season at No. 91 in the FedExCup standings.
Finished the Web.com Tour season having made 22 starts, which resulted in a 2nd, a 4th, a 5th and seven top-25s. Made 17 cuts. Opened the season with four cuts made, with finishes ranging from T20 to T70. Had only one top-15 (T13 at the Mexico Championship in April) between the end of March and the end of July but did make eight cuts during this stretch, putting him 77th in earnings and in jeopardy of even making the Web.com Tour Finals. Was second on Tour in Driving Accuracy (76.03 percent).
Had his first career top-10, coming in his 65th career PGA TOUR start. Shot weekend rounds of 67-66 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic to finish T3, two strokes out of the John Huh-Robert Allenby playoff. Previous-best TOUR finish was a T15 at the 2011 FedEx St. Jude Classic.
Made 27 PGA TOUR starts, with one top-15 finish, a T15 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Made three Web.com Tour starts, with two made cuts.
Made 26 starts and had four top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour, highlighted by a playoff runner-up at the season-ending Web.com Tour Championship in South Carolina. Shot a final-round 68 to erase a five-stroke deficit and force a playoff with 54-hole leader and eventual winner Brendan Steele, who birdied the fourth extra hole for the win. A payday of $108,000 was enough to vault him from No. 36 to No. 15 on the money list and give him a return trip to the PGA TOUR, where he played in 2009.
Played his rookie season on the PGA TOUR after graduating from the Web.com Tour. He made the cut in 11 of 24 starts. Lone top-25 finish was a T25 at The 50th Bob Hope Classic hosted by Arnold Palmer.
Earned his PGA TOUR card after placing sixth on the Web.com Tour money list, with $329,509. Picked up his first career win in come-from-behind fashion at the Fort Smith Classic. Fired a final-round 65 to overcome a six-stroke deficit on the final day and win by one over Darron Stiles. Finished at 12-under and collected a $99,000 first-place check, which moved him to No. 7 on the money list at the time. Finished T29 at the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic and won the pro-am team competition with his partner, hockey legend Brett Hull. Collected his second win of the year with a four-stroke win at the Price Cutter Charity Championship. Grabbed the first-round lead with an 8-under 64 at Highland Springs CC and never looked back. Held the lead after the second and third rounds. Temporarily lost the lead to newcomer Webb Simpson and was two shots back in the final round when he made the turn. Holed out from the fairway for an eagle-2 at the par-4 10th and then eagled the par-5 11th to regain the lead. Added several more birdies on the back nine and pulled away down the stretch for the only wire-to-wire win on Tour that year. First-place check propelled him to No. 2 on the money list and sewed up his 2009 PGA TOUR card. Became second of four multiple winners on Tour (Jarrod Lyle, Scott Piercy and Matt Bettencourt). Closed the season with strong play in his hometown at the Web.com Tour Championship at TPC Craig Ranch near Dallas. Finished T3 at the season-ending event, advancing from 11th to sixth on the money list. Played five PGA TOUR events, making the cut in one, finishing T36 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.
First career appearance on the PGA TOUR came as an amateur at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship, where a second-round 64 led to a T67 finish. Made the cut in his next two starts, including in his professional debut at the Valero Texas Open (T49) and the Frys.com Open (T39).