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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season, finishing No. 54 in the final standings. Equaled the most top-25 finishes of his career (12) in 28 starts.
On the strength of seven top-25 finishes in 18 starts through the Wyndham Championship, highlighted by his fourth career PGA TOUR title, advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for a fifth consecutive season. Made it through three of the first four events before finishing 44th in the FedExCup standings after the BMW Championship. Was sidelined for six weeks in the summer after suffering a broken wrist playing with his kids at home. Last event before the injury was the U.S. Open and first back was The Barclays in the Playoffs. With a final-round, 4-under 66, came back from a three-stroke deficit to 54-hole leader Kevin Na to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, becoming the seventh consecutive come-from-behind winner at the event. Edged local favorite Jordan Spieth, Brandt Snedeker and Jason Bohn by one stroke to win for the fourth time on the PGA TOUR and first since the 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship. In addition to moving to No. 14 in the FedExCup standings, collected $1.17 million just three days before he was scheduled to close on a new house in Athens, Ga. Became the first former Ben Hogan Award winner (given annually to the nation's top collegiate player in a Heisman Award-type ceremony hosted at Colonial CC) to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Won the award in 2007. The win marked his second top-10 finish in six Colonial starts (T5 in 2012). Went 1-2-0 in his three Presidents Cup matches in the American team's 15½-14½ victory in South Korea.
One of seven multiple winners on the season, winning The McGladrey Classic and Deutsche Bank Championship. Advanced to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the first time, finishing T4 at East Lake GC and No. 2 in the FedExCup. Season included career-best numbers in cuts made (26), top-25 finishes (12; later tied during 2015-16 Season) and top-10 finishes (5). Finished T36 at the BMW Championship, good enough to carry the top ranking into the season-ending TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Would have won the FedExCup with a victory at East Lake. Made a valiant effort in Atlanta, carding rounds of 66-68-71-68 to finish T4, four strokes behind champion Billy Horschel) in the season finale. Was seeking to join Henrik Stenson (2013) and Vijay Singh (2008) as players to win the Deutsche Bank Championship and FedExCup in the same season.
Equaled (then) career-best total in cuts made (20) in 24 starts during the 2013 season, with a runner-up finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am the best of his three top-10 finishes.
Enjoyed a banner year on the PGA TOUR, having claimed four top-10 finishes, highlighted by his first career TOUR win. For the first time since 2006, did not make a start on the Web.com Tour.
Made 21 Web.com Tour starts, earned two victories and finished second twice. Had seven top-10 finishes among his 17 made cuts to finish No. 2 on the final money list despite missing the final two events of the year with an injured wrist. Ended the season No. 1 in Scoring Average and All-Around, No. 2 in Greens in Regulation and No. 4 in Birdie Average. A playoff loss in the second event of the year put him No. 3 on the money list and he would remain in the top-6 for the remainder of the season. Led the money list a total of six weeks during the year. Season ended on a sour note when he injured his left wrist, forcing him to miss the final two events and derailed any chance he had of winning the money title.
Made the cut in four of 13 starts on the Web.com Tour. Lone top-25 finish was a T24 at the Web.com Tour Players Cup. Lost in a playoff on the eGolf Tour to Tom Gillis at Pine Needles in March.
Played his rookie season on the Web.com Tour, finishing No. 77 on the money list. Made 10 cuts in 19 starts, including three top-25 finishes. Shot 66, making him one of the first-round leaders, with Arjun Atwal and Jarrod Lyle, at the Knoxville Open. Birdied the 72nd hole to force a playoff with Lyle, who defeated him with a birdie on the first extra hole. The runner-up finish (his only one of the season) and $54,000 check moved him to 42nd on the money list at the time.
Missed the cut as an amateur at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational, his only previous cut on Tour. Has made four of eight cuts during his career on the PGA TOUR, with a T52 at the 2008 AT&T Classic his best finish.