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Born: 1970-05-12, West Chester, Pa.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6' 2, Weight: 185lbs
Home: Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
College: Arizona
Turned Pro: 1992
Joined PGA Tour: 1994
Official World Golf Ranking: 46
Notes: The 2003 U.S. Open champion possesses one of the most distinctive and recognizable swings on the PGA Tour, a swing he describes as natural and athletic. As he said on his website, Jim was born to play golf. His father Mike was an assistant pro on a course in Pennsylvania and Jim was raised into the game. Furyk's only teacher has been Mike, who started Jim putting cross-handed at age 7 on the advice of Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. He was a member of 1997, '99, 2002, '...

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Jim Furyk

The 2003 U.S. Open champion possesses one of the most distinctive and recognizable swings on the PGA Tour, a swing he describes as natural and athletic. As he said on his website, Jim was born to play golf. His father Mike was an assistant pro on a course in Pennsylvania and Jim was raised into the game. Furyk's only teacher has been Mike, who started Jim putting cross-handed at age 7 on the advice of Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
He was a member of 1997, '99, 2002, '04, '06, '08, '10, '12 and '14 USA Ryder Cup Teams and in 2018 was the United States Captain at Le Golf National outside Paris, France. Also a member of 1998, 2000, '03, '05, '07, '09 and '11 USA Presidents Cup Teams. He set a PGA Tour record for most money earned without a victory with $1.6 million in 1997 and reclaimed the title with $3,946,515 in earnings without a win in 2009. That record was broken by Matt Kuchar, who earned $4,233,920 in 2011, then Steve Stricker with $4,440,532 in 2013. Furyk, though, reclaimed the title with his $5,987,395 earnings in 2014 without a win.
1993 Web.com Summary: Tournaments Entered - 25; In Money - 13; Top-10 Finishes - 3; Scoring Average - 70.96 (Rank 28th); Money - $58,240 (Rank 26th); Best Finish was a win at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic.
2011 Notes: Finished the season 36th in the FedExCup, marking just the second time since 1996 that he failed to advance to the Tour Championship. Ended the year 36th in the FedExCup race and 53rd in earnings, the first time since 2004, when he was injured, that he failed to finish inside the top-12 on the money list. He was the only player in the 2011 Presidents Cup matches to compile a perfect 5-0-0 record, including a singles victory over Ernie Els.
2012 Notes: Had his second-consecutive year without a win, but came close to a victory, losing in a playoff to Luke Donald at the Transitions. Furyk led going to the 72nd hole at the WGC-Bridgestone, but made double-bogey, giving him a second runner-up finish of the year. He had a total of five top-5 finishes, was 15th in the FedExCup race and 12th on the money list.
2013 Notes: Another good year for Furyk, who earned $3.2 million in earnings without a win. He recorded seven top-10s. Starting the final round of the Tampa Bay Championship one shot back, he fired a 71 to finish T-7th. At the Valero Texas Open, he holed a wedge for an eagle at the 72nd hole to finish T-3rd. He was runner-up at the PGA Championship after holding a share of the first-round lead and sole possession of the third-round lead. Entered the final round with a one-shot lead, but fired a 71 to finish two strokes behind Jason Dufner. The runner-up finish, the 25th of his career, came in his 500th career PGA Tour start. He made PGA Tour history at the BMW Championship by becoming the sixth player to post a 59 during a round. Beginning on hole 10 in the second round at Conway Farms GC, he made an eagle, 11 birdies, five pars and a bogey for his 12-under-par 59, the only sub-60 score in Tour history to include a bogey. He followed his 59 with a 69-71 to finish third in the Monday culmination. The event marked the sixth consecutive time he failed to convert the 54-hole lead or co-lead to a victory. He finished the year 14th in the FedExCup race and 15th on the money list.
2014 Notes: Another great year with four runner-up finishes, but no wins. It started when he lost in the quarterfinals of the WGC-Accenture Match Play. He then had a five-event streak of finishing T-6th at the Valero Texas Open, T-14th at the Masters, T-7th at the RBC Heritage, then back-to-back runners-up at the Wells Fargo and Players Championship. He also finished 4th at the British Open, then 2nd at the RBC Canadian Open, and T-5th at the PGA Championship before playing great in the FedExCup Playoffs with an 8th-place result at The Barclays, T-23rd at the Deutsche Bank, T-4th at the BMW Championship and a T-2nd at the Tour Championship. He finished the year 4th in the FedExCup rankings and 3rd on the money list. He made the U.S. Ryder Cup Team for a ninth time, tying Sam Snead, and was just one appearance off the American record of 10 appearances held by Phil Mickelson. Furyk went 1-3-0 in his four matches in the European victory.
2015 Notes: In his first start of the season, Furyk took a one-stroke lead into the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at 18 under par after shooting a Saturday 63. But a final-round 74 Sunday dropped him into T-7th with Matt Jones and Jordan Spieth. He broke his victory drought at the RBC Heritage, defeating Kevin Kisner in a playoff. He made it to the semifinals of the WGC-Match Play, but was ultimately defeated by eventual winner Rory McIlroy, 1-up. He also had a T-5th at The Memorial and 4th at the RBC Canadian Open. Furyk was the third-round co-leader at the WGC-Bridgestone, but shot a final-round 72 to finish T-3rd, three shots behind Shane Lowry. Finished T-11th at the Barclays, then T-4th at the Deutsche Bank. Was forced to withdraw after six holes in the first round at the BMW Championship with a left-wrist injury that also forced him to withdraw from the Tour Championship, ending his year 29th in the FedExCup race. Due to the injury, he was unable to play in his eighth Presidents Cup, but he did go to Korea and served as a captain's assistant.
2016 Notes: Didn't start the season at Kapalua as he had planned. Even after four months without playing golf, his wrist did not heal sufficiently, so in the first week of February, he had surgery to repair the damage. At the time, he said he would be out for three months and was able to return to play the Wells Fargo Championship. In his 5th start of the season, finished T-2nd at the U.S. Open, three shots behind champion Dustin Johnson, for his 30th runner-up finish on the PGA Tour. Marked first top-10 since a T-4th at the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship, giving him at least one top-10 finish in each season since joining the PGA Tour in 1994 (180 overall). The 2003 U.S. Open champion now has 23 top-10s in 82 major championship appearances. At the British Open, his final-round four-under 66 (the best score of the day) equaled his second-best final round in 82 major starts, second only to his 65 to close the 2014 British Open en route to a 4th-place finish. The runner-up result was his 16th top-five finish in major championships, with two coming at Oakmont (2007 and 2016). Finished T-5th at the Travelers Championship, but the big news was that he became the first player in PGA Tour history to shoot 58, achieving the feat in the final round at TPC River Highlands. The record round included 10 birdies and a hole-out eagle at the par-4 third hole from 135 yards for a 12-under-par total. He moved from T-70th to T-5th with the round and beat the final-round scoring average by 10.66 strokes. With his 58, Furyk is now the only player in history to break 60 twice on the PGA Tour (did it in the second round of the 2013 BMW Championship). His third top-10 of the year was a T-10th at the Wyndham Championship. In 14 starts, he was able to finish 86th in the FedExCup rankings and 71st on the money list.
2017 Notes: Played in 18 PGA Tour events making 10 cuts. Best finish was a T-6th result at the RSM Classic, finished the year 152nd in the FedExCup race. Started his year by being named the United States Captain when the matches are played in September 2018 in Paris, France.
2018 Notes: Playing a limited schedule due to his captain duties for the Ryder Cup, Furyk played in 15 PGA Tour events making ten cuts with two top-ten finishes. His best finish was 4th in the Wyndham Championship, 4 shots back of winner Brandt Snedeker. He started the week in Greensboro 301st in the Official World Golf Rankings, his highest standings since joining the PGA Tour in 1994. He was 7th at the Valspar Championship, 4 back of winner Paul Casey. Has played in a total of 89 majors with 24 starts in both the U.S. Open and PGA Championship.
2019 Notes: Was T-6th in the Mayakoba Golf Classic. After a slow west coast swing was T-9th at the Honda Classic and then got hot at the Players Championship. Shot a second round 64 and then a final round 67 with birdies at 16 and 18 to finish 2nd, a shot back of winner Rory McIlroy. With the high finish moved up to 57th in the OWGR which got him a spot at the WGC-Dell Match Play where he didn't make it out of group play finishing T-17th.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 639, Cuts Made: 514 (80%), Top Tens: 194 (30%) , Rounds: 2209, Scoring Avg: 70.32, Career Earnings: $71,167,690 - Best Finish: 1st (18 times)
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