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Birthplace: Jackson, Michigan

Turned Pro: 2005

  • 2019: 

    • In his sixth start at the Valero Texas Open, recorded a 15-under 273 total to finish T4. In the five previous starts in the event, had never finished better than T36 (2018).

    • Making his seventh start at the Sony Open in Hawaii, finished T8 to earn his fourth top-10 finish at Waialae Country Club. Led the field in Scrambling for the week (16/18).

  • 2018: 

    • Entered the FedExCup Playoffs at No. 118 before recording a T25 at THE NORTHERN TRUST and a T31 at the Dell Technologies Championship to end his season No. 86 in the FedExCup. Made 19 cuts in 32 starts, with his three top-10s for the season all coming in his first six starts.

  • 2016:

    • Winner of Zurich Classic of New Orleans

    • Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third time, thanks to his first career win on TOUR. Kept himself alive through the first three of four Playoffs events, before ending his season after the BMW Championship at No. 60 in the FedExCup standings. Following his win, earned two top-25 finishes.



Birthplace: Puerto Rico

Turned Pro: 2008

  • 2019: 

    • Victory at The Bahamas Great Abaco Classic at The Abaco Club
  • 2018: 

    • Made 25 starts on the Web.com Tour in 2018, picking up two top-10 finishes in 14 made cuts, including a runner-up at the Panama Championship. Ended the Regular Season at No. 47 on the money list to advance to the Web.com Tour Finals. Ended the Finals at No. 84 on the Finals money list.
  • 2016: 

    • Joined Web.com Tour
  • 2015: 

    • His fourth career season on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica was his best as a pro. Collected two runner-up finishes, five top-10s and nine top-25s in 17 starts to close the year ranked third on the Order of Merit and join "Los Cinco" who graduated to the Web.com Tour. Was the only player ranked inside the top-5 without a victory. Led the Tour in total birdies (267), sub-par rounds (39) and tied for first in rounds in the 60s (26). Had a Tour leading 14 consecutive cuts made to close the season. Made a late season charge, finishing second, sixth and second in three consecutive starts in October to raise from 38th to third on the Order of Merit.



Birthplace: Council Bluffs, Iowa

Turned Pro: 1987

  • 2018: 

    • Carded three rounds of 2-under 70 at the Invesco QQQ Championship to place T10 for his third top-10 this season.
  • 2017: 

    • Was a first-round co-leader at the SAS Championship after a 5-under-par 67 but would eventually finish T30.
  • 2016: 

    • Qualified for the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the second year in succession.
  • 2015: 

    • Winner of Encompass Championship



Birthplace: Kingsville, Texas

Turned Pro: 1983

  • 2019: 

    • Playing on a sponsor’s exemption, Wood carded rounds of 73-72-68 and finished T10 at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, his second top-10 of the season.
  • 2016: 

    • Posted a final-round 66 at the Dominion Charity Classic to earn a T10 finish in Richmond in his final start of the year.
  • 2015: 

    • Regained fully-exempt status for 2016 by finishing T2 at the PGA TOUR Champions National Qualifying Tournament at the TPC Scottsdale on the strength of four straight rounds in the 60s.



Birthplace: Phoenix, AZ

Turned Pro: 1988

  • 2018:

    • He opened the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs with a T6 finish at the Dominion Energy Charity Classic, his second straight top-10 in Richmond.
  • 2017: 

    • Posted three consecutive rounds in the 60s at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship to close out his season with a T7 finish in Phoenix.



Birthplace: Kansas City, MO

Turned Pro: 1982

  • 2019: 

    • Victory at Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge
  • 2018: 

    • A year after finishing 49th in the Charles Schwab Cup, Pernice rebounded with five top-10s and a 27th-place finish in the final standings of 2018.
  • 2016: 

    • Won his fifth career title on PGA TOUR Champions. Improved from 26th to 3rd in Putting Average from 2015 and from 43rd to 4th in One-Putt Percentage. Will go into the 2017 season with a streak of 236 holes without a three-putt.