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PGA TOUR Victories
(3) 2001 MasterCard Colonial, Buick Classic. 2002 Mercedes Championships. International Victories
(4):1999 Murphy's Irish Open [Eur], Linde German Masters [Eur], 2001 Trophee Lancome [Eur]; Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Current Year PGA TOUR Money and Positions
Current Year Best PGA TOUR Finishes
1--Mercedes Championships; 4--U.S. Open Championship, THE PLAYERS Championship; 8--Masters Tournament, British Open Championship; T9--WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, Bay Hill Invitational presented by Cooper Tires; T10--PGA Championship Current Year PGA TOUR Best Round
64 at Round 4, Mercedes Championships, at Round 3, The INTERNATIONAL Presented by Qwest
Current Year PGA TOUR Highlights
Birdied the 18th hole on The Plantation Course at the Mercedes Championships to set up playoff with David Toms, then birdied same hole again to earn third PGA TOUR title. Overcame a four-shot deficit with a final round 9-under-par 64, for the best final-round finish at The Plantation Course. The last first-time champion to win the event was Tiger Woods in 1997. Victory was worth $720,000, matching career-high TOUR paycheck of 2001 MasterCard Colonial...Finished T9 in WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship after losing to Scott McCarron (1 up) in the third round. Defeated Charles Howell III and Stewart Cink in first two rounds...Third top-10 finish of season was T9 at the Bay Hill Invitational, seven strokes behind champion Tiger Woods...T4 finish at THE PLAYERS Championship. One of three players (Jeff Maggert and champion Craig Perks) to record four rounds of par or better on the week. First career top-10 at THE PLAYERS Championship was worth $226,200...Earned first career top 10 at the Masters Tournament with an eighth-place finish, eight shots behind champion Tiger Woods. Began final round four strokes behind co-leaders Woods and Retief Goosen, but bogeyed three of the first six holes en route to a 3-over-par 75.
Best BUY.COM Finishes
T3--1998 NIKE Greensboro Open.
Best 2001 PGA TOUR Finishes
1--MasterCard Colonial, Buick Classic; T2--Memorial Tournament, THE TOUR Championship; T4--Bay Hill Invitational; T5--Bell Canadian Open; T8--Verizon Byron Nelson Classic; T9--British Open Championship
2001 Season PGA TOUR
Tournaments Entered--18; in money--14; Top-10 finishes--8
2001 Season Highlights
Stepped up his play another notch with two victories to crack the top 10 in earnings at sixth...Became first player born in 1980s to win on TOUR with a two-stroke victory in the MasterCard Colonial. Starting the final round five off the lead and closed with a 63, which tied Davis Love III at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and Bob Estes at the Invensys Classic at Las Vegas for season's low finish by winner...Recorded T2 the next week at The Memorial...Three starts after first win, became one of nine multiple winners on TOUR with a victory in Buick Classic. Tied for lead after 36 holes and led by two after 54. Closed with 67 to win by three. Become youngest player to win $2 million in a season...Posted a T9 in British Open...Lost a four-man playoff to at THE TOUR Championship. Closed with 68 to tie Ernie Els, David Toms and Mike Weir at 14-under 270. Weir proceeded to birdie the first extra hole to win the event...Other top-10s were T4 Bay Hill Invitational and T5 Bell Canadian Open...Was a Captain's Choice for European Ryder Cup team...Earned third European title at Trophee Lancome by edging Retief Goosen by one stroke...Lost playoff to Aaron Baddeley at Greg Norman Holden International in Australia...Won $2-million first prize at Nedbank Golf Challenge in December.
2000: A successful sophomore season on TOUR which produced five top-10s and eight top-25 finishes...Played in 16 events during the year making 14 cuts...At the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, defeated Loren Roberts and Mike Weir before losing to David Duval in the third round for a T9...Earned sixth career TOUR top-10 in 19 events as a professional at the Buick Classic. Opening rounds of 74-70 on Westchester Country Club made the 36-hole cut by one stroke. 65-68 on the weekend produced third-place finish, best finish since runner-up finish at 1999 PGA Championship...Rounds of 68-67-69-67 resulted in T4 at Air Canada Championship...Continued Canada "swing" with fourth top-10 of season, solo third at Bell Canadian Open...At the WGC-Amercian Express Championship, a closing 64 lifted him to a four-way T5, four strokes back of winner Mike Weir...Defeated Tiger Woods 1-up in "Battle of Bighorn" in a prime-time match-up on ABC on August 28. 1999: Made a tremendous impact on the game in the nine events played on the PGA TOUR...Made the cut in seven tournaments, finished among top-10 four times with a runner-up and third-place finish...Nominated for Rookie of the Year honors (qualified by finishing top-125 on money list)...In first PGA TOUR start as a professional and second start as a professional, finished T3 at GTE Byron Nelson Classic. Opening 62 left him one stroke behind Tiger Woods' 18-hole lead. Remained one back through 36 holes after 67 and followed with 71-69 to finish seven strokes out of Loren Roberts-Steve Pate playoff...Finished T11 at The Memorial Tournament...Following Memorial payday of $58,650 had $202,650 in TOUR earnings and joined TOUR as special temporary member...Runner-up finish at PGA Championship assured berth on European Ryder Cup Team. Opening-round 66 gave him first-round lead at Medinah CC. Was youngest player to lead PGA Championship since tournament went to stroke play in 1958. Shot 73 in second round and stood two back. Third-round 68 produced T3 position, two strokes out of lead. On Sunday, trailed Woods by two strokes with three holes to play, and tee shot on 16 came to rest against a root behind large tree, then hit a 6-iron, with eyes closed, safely on green and ran down fairway to watch recovery shot. Finished one stroke behind Woods for solo second...Youngest Ryder Cup participant ever at age 19 years, 8 months, 15 days (more than five months younger than Nick Faldo in 1977), where he posted a 3-1-1 overall record...Won first professional event on July 4, 1999 at Murphy's Irish Open in his sixth professional start. Became European Tour's fourth-youngest winner (youngest was South African Dale Hayes, 18, when he won 1971 Spanish Open)...Earned second European Tour victory at Linde German Masters on Oct. 3. Sank 15-foot birdie putt on second playoff hole to defeat Padraig Harrington...Joined Jose Maria Olazabal and Miguel Angel Jimenez to capture Spain's first Dunhill Cup title...Also finished second in Casio Open in Japan. Amateur: Turned pro on April 21, 1999 after playing in 28 professional events as an amateur...Was first British Amateur Champion to finish as low amateur in Masters Tournament (1999)...Winner of 19 events as an amateur and also a professional event, the Catalonian Open, at age 17...Made the cut in 12 of 18 European Tour events entered before turning professional...At age 14, made his first cut in a European Tour event, the 1995 Turespana Open Mediterranea. Set a European Tour record as youngest player to make a cut...Won the 1995 European Amateur Championship, the youngest winner of the event...Match-play record, both amateur and professional, is 35-2-2.
Nicknamed 'El Nino'...Father, Victor, is his teacher and the teaching professional at home club, the Club de Golf de Mediterraneo. Victor played in three SENIOR TOUR events in 2001, with a best finish of T69 at The Home Depot Invitational...Started playing golf at age 3 and became club champion at age 12.
PGA TOUR Playoff Record 1-1 National Teams
Ryder Cup (2), 1999, 2001; Dunhill Cup 1999, 2000
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