Height: 6'2" (1.88 m)
Weight: 185 (84 kg)
Age: 34 (August 08, 1985)
Birthplace: Raleigh, North Carolina
Residence: Charlotte, North Carolina
Family: Wife, Dowd Keith; James, Willow, Wyndham, Mercy, Eden Bee
Wake Forest University (2008, Religion)
Turned Professional: 2008
City plays from: Charlotte, NC, United States
Winner, THE PLAYERS Championship (thru 2022-23)
PGA TOUR Victories (6):2011 (2) Wyndham Championship, Deutsche Bank Championship. 2012 (1) U.S. Open. 2014 (1) Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. 2018 (1) THE PLAYERS Championship. 2020 (1) Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Career Low Round:61 - 2018 A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier (Round 1)
Career High FedExCup Rank:#1 : 2014 Hyundai Tournament of Champions
Career High Official World Golf Rank:#5 : 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship
Career Largest Paycheck:$1,980,000 : 2018 THE PLAYERS Championship (Finished 1)
2019-20 Season Highlights
PGA TOURShriners Hospitals for Children Open - Recorded four scores in the 60s to finish T7 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Marked his fourth top-10 in nine starts at the event. The RSM Classic - Fell to Tyler Duncan in a playoff at The RSM Classic, earning his second runner-up and fourth top-10 in his eighth start at the event. Dropped to 1-5 all-time in playoffs. Held the first-round lead after opening with a 7-under 65, the 10th 18-hole lead/co-lead of his career (fell to 1-for-10) and second at the event. Led the field in Birdies (25). Sony Open in Hawaii - Finished third at the Sony Open in Hawaii, his third top-10 at the event and first since 2018 (T4). Co-led the field in Birdies (21). Missed a 14-foot, 8-inch birdie putt at the 72nd hole and missed the playoff by one stroke. Waste Management Phoenix Open - Made birdie on each of the last two holes in the final round and the first extra hole to defeat Tony Finau in a playoff and win the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Marked his sixth PGA TOUR victory and first since THE PLAYERS Championship in 2018. Win came in his 287th start at age 34 years, 178 days. Recorded his third career hole-in-one in the third round (No. 12), becoming the first player since Francesco Molinari at the 2019 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard to make an ace and go on to win. Improved to 2-5 for his career in playoffs. Notched his fifth top-10 in 10 starts at the event.
National Team Selections
|PGA TOUR (Playoff Record: 2 - 5)|
|Season||Events||Rounds||1st||2nd||3rd||Top 10||Top 25||Cuts Made||Cuts Missed||WD||FedExCup Rank||Earnings|
|(A) - Amateur|
|Korn Ferry Tour (Playoff Record: 0 - 1)|
|Season||Events||Rounds||1st||2nd||3rd||Top 10||Top 25||Cuts Made||Cuts Missed||WD||Priority Rank||Earnings|
|(A) - Amateur|
|THE PLAYERS Championship||Masters Tournament||PGA Championship||U.S. Open||The Open Championship||WGC-HSBC Champions||WGC-Mexico||WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play||WGC-FedEx St. Jude Inv|
|THE NORTHERN TRUST||Dell Technologies Championship||BMW Championship||TOUR Championship|
- Attended the same high school (Raleigh Broughton) and college (Wake Forest) as PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions winner Scott Hoch.
- Grew up playing against Brendon Todd, another PGA TOUR rookie in 2009, during their youth in the Raleigh, N.C., area.
- One of six children.