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Born: 1980-12-08, Nashville, Tenn.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'1", Weight: 185lbs
Home: Nashville, Tenn.
College: Vanderbilt University
Turned Pro: 2004
Joined PGA Tour: 2007
Official World Golf Ranking: 32
Notes: Snedeker?s older brother, Haymes, who was an All-Southeastern Conference player at Ole Miss, caddied for Brandt in the 2004 Masters and won ?Big Break X? on Golf Channel in 2008. Both were introduced to golf by their maternal grandmother, who managed a golf course in West Plains, Mo. Brandt won the 2003 U.S. Amateur Public Links, defeating Dayton Rose, 10 and 9, in the championship match. Brandt played on the U.S. Palmer Cup and Spirit International teams. Spent three yea...

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Brandt Snedeker

Snedeker?s older brother, Haymes, who was an All-Southeastern Conference player at Ole Miss, caddied for Brandt in the 2004 Masters and won ?Big Break X? on Golf Channel in 2008. Both were introduced to golf by their maternal grandmother, who managed a golf course in West Plains, Mo. Brandt won the 2003 U.S. Amateur Public Links, defeating Dayton Rose, 10 and 9, in the championship match. Brandt played on the U.S. Palmer Cup and Spirit International teams. Spent three years on the Web.com Tour before qualifying for the PGA Tour in 2007, claiming his first career victory as a rookie in the Wyndham Championship. His next win came in The Heritage in 2011, defeating Luke Donald in a playoff. It was only his second start since having right hip surgery in November 2010. At the end of 2011, had left hip surgery. He won the 2012 Farmers Insurance Open in a playoff over Kyle Stanley. Played on the 2012 and 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup teams and on the 2013 U.S. Presidents Cup squad.
2004 Web.com Summary: Tournaments Entered - 11; In Money - 8; Top-10 Finishes - 5; Stroke Average - 70.16 (Rank 7th); Money - $129,358 (Rank 45th); Best Finish - 2nd, Price Cutter Charity Championship.
2005 Web.com Summary: Tournaments Entered - 24; In Money - 14; Top-10 Finishes - 4; Stroke Average - 71.20 (Rank 68th); Money - $119,288 (Rank 45th); Best Finish - T-5th, ING New Zealand PGA Championship.
2006 Web.com Summary: Tournaments Entered - 26; In Money - 20; Top-10 Finishes - 3; Stroke Average - 70.86 (Rank 44th); Money - $300,918 (Rank 9th); Best Finishes ? 1st, Scholarship America Showdown at Somerby and Permian Basin Charity Golf Classic.
2011 Notes: Had his best season on the PGA Tour with a career-best seven top-10s and 14 top-25s. His second PGA Tour win propelled him to 8th in the FedExCup standings and 14th on the money list. Had hip surgery at the end of the year.
2012 Notes: Won in just his second event after hip surgery in the Farmers Insurance Open in a playoff with Kyle Stanley. Had two more top-5s, at the Volvo World Match Play Championship (T-5th) and the British Open (T-3rd). Entered the FedExCup Playoffs 19th, but with a 2nd at the Barclays, 6th at the Deutsche Bank and T-37th at the BMW Championship, he climbed to 5th place in the standings and controlled his own destiny. With his three-shot win in the Tour Championship, he overtook Rory McIlroy and won the FedExCup Playoffs. He finished 3rd on the money list.
2013 Notes: Between the Barclays at the end of August 2012 and the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February 2013, he compiled earnings of $15,807,720 (including his $10-million FedExCup bonus winnings) in 12 events. He started 2013 with a 3rd in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, then finished T-23rd in the Humana Challenge. Was T-2nd in the Farmers Insurance Open and 2nd in the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but started feeling soreness in his left rib cage. After the win, he had the injury examined and was told to rest. He made his return at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and finished T-6th in the Masters. He had two more top-10s, with T-8th finishes in the Players Championship and the AT&T National. Got rolling again with a win in the RBC Canadian Open. Finished the year 12th in the FedExCup race and 5th on the money list. Playing in his first Presidents Cup, he compiled a 2-3-0 record for the U.S. in his five matches.
2014 Notes: In his first event of the year in China, he was at a corporate outing and took a tumble on a Segway scooter, injuring his left knee. He was lucky, only suffering a small tear, along with a cracked tibia and a deep bone bruise. It was enough, though, to keep him out of the Australian PGA Championship, the World Challenge in California and the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Florida. He was able to return at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Earned his first top 10 in the Arnold Palmer Invitational, finishing T-8th after shooting eight under par. Also earned a top 10 in the U.S. Open, finishing T-9th, and in the Wyndham Championship, finishing T-5th. Missed the cut in the first two FedExCup Playoff events, which meant he didn?t advance to the BMW Championship. Had achieved the latter goal in every FedExCup year, and wasn?t in the Tour Championship for the first time since 2010. He ranked 86th in the FedExCup standings and 60th on the money list.
2015 Notes: Finally 100 percent healthy, he finished T-10th in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, the WGC-HSBC Champions and the Waste Management Phoenix Open. In the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which he won in 2013, he shot an opening-round 64 at Monterey Peninsula to lead the field, and maintained the lead with a second-round 67 at Spyglass Hill. He added a pair of 67s over the weekend to win by three shots. Over 72 holes, he made only one bogey en route to his seventh PGA Tour victory. He was runner-up in the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, one shot behind winner Chris Kirk. The next week, he finished T-6th in the AT&T Byron Nelson. He went into the British Open with a streak of four top-10s in a row, adding an 8th in the U.S. Open and a T-10th in the Travelers, along with top-10s at Colonial (T-2nd) and the Byron Nelson (T-6th). The streak came to an end when he missed the cut at St. Andrews. Was T-12th at the PGA Championship. Played in all four FedExCup Playoff events. Finished the year 23rd in the FedExCup standings and 17th on the money list. Ended 2015 by winning the Franklin Templeton Shootout with partner Jason Dufner in December, highlighted by an 11-under-par 61 in the final round.
2016 Notes: Finished T-3rd and nine shots behind runaway champion Jordan Spieth in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Lost the following week in a playoff (dropping his playoff record to 2-1) to Fabian Gomez in the Sony Open in Hawaii. In his next start, he won his eighth career PGA Tour event and second tournament title (2012) in the Farmers Insurance Open. After posting what would be the only under-par final round (three-under 69), waited nearly 24 hours for the final round to be completed and declared champion. Despite rain and wind gusts over 45 mph, he carded four birdies against one bogey to post a three-under 69 and was 14-for-14 with the putter from inside 10 feet of the hole. Won his fourth title in California. Marked the first time a player made the cut on the number and went on to win since Carl Pettersson at the 2010 RBC Canadian Open. Made it to the Round of 16 (T-9th) in the WGC-Dell Match Play, losing to eventual winner Jason Day. Was T-10th in the Masters and T-5th in the RBC Canadian Open. Finished 15th in the FedExCup standings, his best finish since he won the FedExCup in 2012. Making his second Ryder Cup appearance, went 3-0 to help the United States to a 17-11 victory over the European team. He was the only American without a loss at Hazeltine, wrapping up the week with a 3-and-1 victory over Andy Sullivan in their singles match. The next week, he battled windy conditions with a closing four-under 68 in the Fiji International, running away from the field for a nine-shot win in his first international victory. The victory came at the Vijay Singh-designed Natadola Bay in a co-sanctioned event on the European and Australasian tours. Ended his year T-6th in the Hero World Challenge.
2017 Notes: In defense of his Farmers Insurance Open title, found himself atop the leaderboard through 54 holes at nine-under 207 with Patrick Rodgers. Shot a 1-over 73 in the final round at Torrey Pines, finishing T-9th. Two weeks later, was T-4th in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am he was six strokes back of winner Jordan Spieth. Overcame a first-round 75 with rounds of 68-66-65 to finish T-7th in the WGC-Mexico Championship, his best finish in 19 previous World Golf Championships appearances. He finished T-27th in the Masters but injured his wrist. The injury was described as tenosynovitis, which is inflammation of a tendon. Reports has Snedeker considering surgery at the time, but decided to rest after finishing T-11th in the RBC Heritage. Took a month off and played in the AT&T Byron Nelson, missing the cut and the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, finishing T-48th.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 353, Cuts Made: 253 (72%), Top Tens: 82 (23%) , Rounds: 1185, Scoring Avg: 70.54, Career Earnings: $33,640,102 - Best Finish: 1st (11 times)
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