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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the fourth time and won the Barbasol Championship to collect second career PGA TOUR victory. Missed the cut at the first two Playoffs events to end his season at No. 91 in the FedExCup. Win in Kentucky was the highlight of the season, making 17 cuts in 27 starts, including five top-25s and three top-10s.
Finished the Web.com Tour season with four starts, two top-10s and three cuts made. Was 27th in the final priority-ranking order. Secured his PGA TOUR card for the 2017-18 season with a 13th-place finish on the 2017 Web.com Tour Finals money list (excluding the 25). Made the cut in 12 of 28 starts on the PGA TOUR, with a T8 at the Travelers Championship his lone top-10 finish. Wrapped up the season No. 151 in the FedExCup standings.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third consecutive time, thanks to six top-25 finishes in 25 starts. Season ended with a missed cut at The Barclays, finishing No. 121 in the FedExCup standings.
Claimed his first career PGA TOUR title en route to his second consecutive start in the FedExCup Playoffs. Made it through the first three of four events for the first time in his career, the BMW Championship, before ending his season at No. 56 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 10 of 20 cuts, with one top-10 and advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career.
Finished the year with five top-25s and 15 cuts made in 22 Web.com Tour starts, making the cut in his first eight starts. Ended the Regular Season 74th in earnings to grab one of the last available Finals spots. Finished T15 (Hotel Fitness Championship) and T17 (Chiquita Classic) to open the four-event Finals.
Made the cut in 11 of 24 starts on Tour and had five top-25 finishes, and four of those came outside the continental United States. Opened his season with three in a row, highlighted by a T17 at the Chile Classic. Was T13 at the Mexico Open, where he was a winner in 2009.
Made only eight of 23 cuts on the PGA TOUR with no top-25 finishes. Finished 202nd on the final money list. Made two starts on the Web.com Tour in the fall and finished T11 in back-to-back weeks at the Albertsons Boise Open and the Soboba Golf Classic. Opened with an 8-under 63 in Boise, where he attended college.
Had perhaps the most dramatic final week of anyone on TOUR, securing the 125th and final TOUR card for 2011 and capturing the $1 million Kodak Challenge. Hovering around No. 125 entering the Fall Series, made final four cuts of the season to secure card for sophomore season. Bogey-free, final-round 67 for T30 finish at the Children's Miracle Network Classic was just enough to make the No. 125 position on the money list after Johnson Wagner double-bogeyed the 16th hole. Immediately following the tournament, won the $1-million first prize in the Kodak Challenge in a playoff with Rickie Fowler and Aaron Baddeley with an 18-inch birdie putt on No. 17 at the Magnolia Course. Players had to post the lowest score relative to par on 18 of the 30 Kodak Challenge holes to win. When asked what he would do with the $1 million prize from Kodak, he said "The first thing I'm going to do is buy my wife a brand-new car."
Had not played in a PGA TOUR event prior to 2010. Made the cut in 10 of his final 11 starts and ended his rookie season No. 39 on the 2009 Web.com Tour money list. Managed to make only two cuts in his first six starts and started heating up as the summer progressed. Closed the season with six consecutive cuts made after the win but struggled on the weekends and could do no better than a T39 at the Web.com Tour Championship at Daniel Island to end the season.