Stats Tour Victories
(4) 1999 NIKE Lehigh Valley Open, NIKE Omaha Classic. 2011 Panama CLARO Championship, Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open.

International Victories
(3): 1996 Dutch Challenge [EurChall]. 1997 San Paolo Vita Open [EurChall]. 1998 Australasian Tour Championship [Aus].

Current Year Money and Position
$137,477 (21st)

Current Year Best Finishes
2 — Panama Claro Championship T6-Mexico

Current Year Best Round
66 at Round 3, Panama Claro Championship.66 at Round 1, Mexico Championship Presented by Banamex. 66 at Round 3, Mid-Atlantic Championship.

This Year Highlights
Runner Up Finish at the Panama Claro Championship where he lost by 1 shot after winning the event in 2011.

Best PGA TOUR Finishes
T2– Cialis Western Open, the Memorial Tournament presented by Morgan Stanley.

Best Tour Finishes
1– NIKE Lehigh Valley Open, NIKE Omaha Classic, Panama CLARO Championship, Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open.

2011 Best Tour Finishes
1– Panama CLARO Championship, Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open. 2– South Georgia Classic Pres’d by First State Bank and Trust Company. T4– Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae. T6– Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational. T8– News Sentinel Open Presented by Pilot.

2011 Season Tour
Tournaments Entered–18; in money–12; Top 10 finishes–6

2011 Season Highlights
His Nationwide Tour season was highlighted with two victories (equaling his career-high total in 1999) among his six top-10 finishes. He ended the season a career-best No. 3 on the money list.

Finished T48 at the Wells Fargo Championship in his only PGA TOUR start.

Earned his third career title with a two-stroke victory at the season-opening Panama Claro Championship. Hovered near the lead during the first three rounds and was in the final threesome Sunday. A birdie at No. 16 gave him the lead for the first time in the tournament. Closed with a pair of par saves as his closest challengers struggled down the stretch. Fired a 2-under 68 to wind up 11-under 269 at Panama GC. His victory came 11 years, 6 months, 19 days after his last win at the 1999 Cox Classic, the third-longest stretch between wins in Nationwide Tour history.

Was T4 at the Fresh Express Classic, which was reduced to 54 holes when heavy fog canceled the final round. Earned enough money to move past Breden Pappas into the No. 1 spot on the money list, where he spent six weeks during the 1999 season.

Was runner-up in his next event, the South Georgia Classic. Rallied with five birdies on his final eight holes to finish three shots back of winner Ted Potter, Jr. and widen his lead on the money list.

Became the Tour’s first two-time winner of the season when he captured the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open by one stroke over Kyle Thompson, who was looking for back-to-back victories following his title the previous week at The Rex Hospital Open. Held the 54-hole lead at Crestview CC and kept challengers at arm’s length throughout the final round. Rolled in a 6-foot birdie putt on the final hole to reach 18-under par and edge playing partner Thompson, who two-putted for birdie to temporarily tie for the lead. His fourth career win was worth $108,000 and pushed his season total past the $300,000 mark.

Was T6 at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational.

Collected his sixth top-10 of the season, at the News Sentinel Open, where he was T8.

Career Highlights

Made the cut in 13 of 28 starts on the PGA TOUR and ended the season No. 159 on the money list. Failed to advance to the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedEx Cup for the first time. Best week was a T4 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, where he posted a 6-under 30 on the back nine Sunday, one stroke shy of the course record. Ended the year by making seven cuts in his final eight starts, including a T17 at the Viking Classic.

Posted three top-10s in 26 starts, including a top-10 finish in just his third start of the year.

Shot 6-under 282 to finish sixth at the Buick Invitational, ranking T3 in fairways hit (38 of 56) and fourth in Putting (112 putts).

Finished at 6-under 278, with bookend 67s, to earn a T4 at the Transitions Championship where he ranked T2 in fairways hit (42 of 52) and first in GIR (55 of 72).

Earned major championship career-best T5 finish in his ninth major championship start at the British Open. Was one stroke off the lead with a first-round 66. Bogeyed three consecutive holes late in the final round to post 73 and finish two shots out of Stewart Cink-Tom Watson playoff.

Had the best season of his career, with almost $2 million in earnings and five top-10s.

Finished T7 at The Honda Classic to record his first top-10 finish of the season. Was 4-under through 10 holes on Sunday and in contention before bogeys on three of his final six holes left him four shots shy of eventual winner Ernie Els.

Tenth career top-10 was a T2 finish at the Memorial Tournament. He was only the fourth player in tournament history to hold the outright lead after each of the first three rounds. Final-round 74 dropped him two behind winner Kenny Perry.

Finished T4 at The Barclays thanks to a closing 4-under 67. Finish put him over $1.3 million for the season, a career best…Added to that career-best in the PGA TOUR Fall Series. Finished T3 at the Turning Stone Resort Championship. Fired second- and final-round 7-under-par 63s to claim solo third honors at the Open. Shot 30 on the inward nine Sunday.

Finished in the top 125 for the second consecutive year and the second time in his career.

In just his second PLAYERS Championship appearance (T70 2001), claimed a T12 finish, seven back of winner Phil Mickelson.

Best finish of the year came at the first event of the PGA TOUR Fall Series, the Turning Stone Resort Championship. First-round 66 led to T5 honors.

Between his Driving Accuracy (44th) and Driving Distance (26th) statistics, ended the season ranked second in Total Driving behind Charles Warren.

Posted career-high three top-10s and 85th-place finish on the PGA TOUR money list.

Earned more ($1,076,142) than he had in his last three seasons (2001-03) on TOUR combined.

First top-10 was T10 at The Honda Classic in sixth start. Rebounded from 71-75 start with rounds of 65-72 on the weekend.

Three months later, added a T9 at the Barclays Classic.

Earned exemption into British Open with T2 finish at the Cialis Western Open, best career finish on TOUR. Became the sixth player to post all four rounds in the 60s since the event moved to Cog Hill in 1991. Finished two strokes behind Trevor Immelman to earn $440,000.

Finished ninth on the Nationwide Tour money list to earn a return trip to the PGA TOUR in 2006, ending a two-year absence. Seven top-10s on the Nationwide Tour included two seconds and two thirds. Ended season second in All-Around Ranking and fourth in Scoring Average (69.96) and Total Driving.

Finished No. 24 on the Nationwide Tour money list.

Lost his TOUR card after finishing No. 157 on the money list.

Played in 20 TOUR events, with a best finish of T8 in his first event of the year, the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Posted one top-10 in 33 TOUR starts, a T6 at the BellSouth Classic.

After initial slow start to rookie season, where he missed the cut in 15 of first 17 starts, rebounded with strong second half to finish 117th on the money list. Career-best finish of T3 at the Greater Milwaukee Open.

As rookie on Nationwide Tour, recorded victories at Lehigh Valley Open and Omaha Classic, finishing No. 4 on the money list.

Birdied the final hole of regulation to force a playoff with Brad King at the Australasian Tour Championship. Birdied the first playoff hole to win, vaulting him from 10th to fourth on the final ANZ Order of Merit. Finished second at the Australian Masters. Played the European Tour as well and tied for second at the Peugeot Open de France.

Won the San Paolo Vita Open.