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Born: 1983-09-15, Seoul, South Korea
Nationality: KOR
Height: 5'11", Weight: 170lbs
Home: Las Vegas, Nev.
Turned Pro: 2001
Joined PGA Tour: 2004
Official World Golf Ranking: 52
Notes: At age 8, Na?s family moved from South Korea to the United States. He started playing the game a year later, and by the time he left the junior golf program, he had become the top junior in the United States. Bypassed senior year of high school and college to turn professional at age 17. Won the 2002 Long Beach Open. Spent 2002 and 2003 on the Asian Tour, where he finished 46th on the Order of Merit in 2003 and 4th in 2002. Became the third-youngest winner in Asian Tour ...

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Kevin Na

At age 8, Na?s family moved from South Korea to the United States. He started playing the game a year later, and by the time he left the junior golf program, he had become the top junior in the United States.
Bypassed senior year of high school and college to turn professional at age 17. Won the 2002 Long Beach Open. Spent 2002 and 2003 on the Asian Tour, where he finished 46th on the Order of Merit in 2003 and 4th in 2002. Became the third-youngest winner in Asian Tour history at 19 years and 3 months when he won the 2002 Volvo Masters of Asia by two strokes. Added five more top-10s that season. Earned first PGA Tour card at age 20 by finishing T-21st at the 2003 Qualifying Tournament. In 2006, his third full season on the PGA Tour, he suffered an injury to his right hand while slamming a car door. After withdrawing from the Shell Houston Open in April, did not play again until October on the Web.com Tour at the Mark Christopher Charity Classic, which he won. It was only his second and last Web.com event.
Finished 122nd on money list in 2007, 100th in 2008 and 19th in 2009 when, in 26 starts, finished 3rd twice, at the FBR Open and Players Championship.
2010 Notes: Earned second-consecutive trip to the Tour Championship and had four top-10s. Was 26th for the second consecutive year in the FedExCup rankings.
2011 Notes: Picked up first PGA Tour win despite recording his fewest made cuts (15) in a season since 2006. Finished 30th on the money list to earn an invitation to the 2012 Masters. Finished 71st in the FedExCup.
2012 Notes: Continued his good play. In 25 starts, finished six times in the top 10 and 10 times in the top 25, as he finished 52nd in FedExCup standings and 38th on the money list.
2013 Notes: Missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time since the series began in 2007. Made three of eight cuts before ending his season after the Masters with a back injury (bulging discs) that flared up prior to the Puerto Rico Open.
2014 Notes: Entered the season with 18 events to earn $484,619 under his Major Medical Extension. Got off to a good start with a T-3rd finish at the Frys.com Open, finishing three shots behind champion Jimmy Walker. Finished T-8th at the Sony Open in Hawaii, closing with rounds of 67-67-66 to finish seven shots behind champion Jimmy Walker. Earned his third top-10 of the season in eight starts with a T-4th finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He made $290,400 to surpass the $484,619 he needed to remain exempt for the remainder of the 2013-14 season. Two starts later, finished runner-up at the Valspar Championship, with rounds of 70-68-68-72 and a 278 total. The 2nd-place finish was his best on Tour since winning the 2011 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Lost on the first playoff hole to Hideki Matsuyama at The Memorial. Posted the only bogey-free score in the final round, an 8-under?par 64 that was also the lowest. Waited more than two hours after finishing his round to find himself in the playoff, which lasted just one hole. Runner-up finish was the fourth of his career and second of the year. Started the FedExCup Playoffs with a T-9th at The Barclays, played in all four events and finished 24th in the final FedExCup rankings and 20th on the money list.
2015 Notes: Entered the final round of the CIMB Classic tied for the lead with Ryan Moore. Was within a stroke of the lead before a double bogey at the 17th hole dropped him four back to finish T-2nd. Made his first top-10 at a WGC event, finishing T-9th at the WGC-Cadillac. Had a T-10th at the Valspar Championship, then a T-6th at the Arnold Palmer, a T-6th at the Players Championship and a T-10th at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Played in all four FedExCup Playoffs. Best finish was T-10th at the BMW Championship. Ended the year 25th in the FedExCup Rankings and 26th on the money list.
2016 Notes: In season-opening Frys.com Open, lost in a two-hole playoff to Emiliano Grillo, marking his third career playoff loss. One week later, followed with a runner-up finish at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The runner-up finish was the seventh of his career. Missed an 18-foot birdie putt to force a playoff with eventual champion Smylie Kaufman. Contended again at his next event, the CIMB Classic in Malaysia, finishing T-3rd to become the only player of the season with three top-10s in the first three events. Had his fourth top-three finish of the year at the CareerBuilder Challenge, where he finished T-3rd. Finished strong on the weekend shooting 66-69 to finish T-4th at the RBC Heritage. Had a great weekend at the U.S. Open shooting 69-69 to finish 7th.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 362, Cuts Made: 250 (69%), Top Tens: 61 (17%) , Rounds: 1182, Scoring Avg: 70.58, Career Earnings: $24,263,261 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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