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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (2)
Qualified for the FedExCup Playoffs for the second time in his fifth season, ending the season at No. 118 in the FedExCup standings. Made 18 cuts in 26 starts, with lone top-10 coming at Zurich Classic of New Orleans with partner Billy Hurley III (T9).
Ended the PGA TOUR season with 15 made cuts in 28 starts, finishing No. 161 in the standings. Returned to the Korn Ferry Tour and played in the four Finals events, highlighted by a runner-up at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship. Secured a return to the PGA TOUR for the 2018-19 season with a fifth-place finish on the Korn Ferry Tour Finals money list. Was eighth in the final priority-ranking order.
Made 17 of 29 cuts, including each of his last 10 events in the 2016-17 season. Best showing was a T18 at the Barbasol Championship. Finished his season ranked 167th in the FedExCup standings.
Sophomore season on the PGA TOUR highlighted by his first TOUR win at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time, but season ended following a T78 at The Barclays. Concluded the season No. 104 in the FedExCup. After missing the cut at the season-opening Frys.com Open and finishing T56 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, earned his first career PGA TOUR victory in his third start of the season at the Sanderson Farms Championship and in his 22nd career PGA TOUR start at the age of 28 years, 4 months and 27 days. Made 495'7" of putts (110'1"/R1, 127'2"/R2, 132'11"/R3, 125'5"/R4) en route to winning by one stroke over David Toms and William McGirt. His previous-best finish was a T14 at the 2014 Puerto Rico Open. Became the eighth player to make the Sanderson Farms Championship his first career PGA TOUR win: Nick Taylor (2014-15), Chris Kirk (2011), D.J. Trahan (2006), Luke Donald (2002), Cameron Beckman (2001), Willie Wood (1996), Ed Dougherty (1995) and Brian Henninger (1994). Also became the fifth consecutive, first-time winner of the 2015-16 PGA TOUR season, joining Emiliano Grillo (Frys.com Open), Smylie Kaufman (Shriners Hospitals for Children Open), Justin Thomas (CIMB Classic) and Russell Knox (World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions).
Finished the Korn Ferry Tour season with 24 starts, one win, five top-10s, 10 top-25s and 16 cuts made. Was ninth in the final priority-ranking order. Finished the Regular Season fourth on the money list to secure his 2015-16 PGA TOUR card. Was No. 3 in Putting Average (1.694) through Regular Season.
Rookie season on the PGA TOUR included just five made cuts in 18 starts, finishing the year No. 178 in the FedExCup standings. Made the most of his weekend appearances, with three top-25 finishes among five made cuts. Finished T14 at the Puerto Rico Open for his best outing of the year.
Finished the year with 12 starts, making nine cuts. Collected four top-10s and eight top-25s in his limited appearances. Had no Korn Ferry Tour status at the start of the season. Successfully Monday-qualified at the Air Capital Classic, where he finished T15, which earned him a start in the next week's Rex Hospital Open. Went on to post a T24 in North Carolina. Earned a start at the Mylan Classic based on his money-list position, and he responded with another solid effort (T10) to gain a start at the Price Cutter Charity Championship in Springfield, Mo. Made it five-for-six in cuts made with a T14 in Springfield. Third-round 73 dropped him into a T44, but he rebounded Sunday at Highland Springs CC with a 67 that got him back into the top 25 and earned him another start at the next week's News Sentinel Open in his home state of Tennessee. His Price Cutter Charity Championship payday was enough to push his season earnings to $56,917 and earn him Special Temporary Membership.
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