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Born: 1975-01-19, Mount Pleasant, Mi.
Nationality: USA
Height: 5'10", Weight: 165lbs
Home: Scottsdale, Az.
College: University of New Mexico
Turned Pro: 1998
Joined PGA Tour: 2007
Notes: Cites his parents as the people who got him started in golf. Finished 138th on the 2007 season money list and recorded his first career top-10. Rookie on the PGA Tour in 2007 after finishing 15th on the 2006 Nationwide Tour money list. In first career start as a PGA Tour member, posted rounds of 66-65 on the weekend to finish T4 at the 2007 Sony Open in Hawaii, five shots behind champion Paul Goydos. It was his first cut made in fourth career start on Tour. Birdied the ...

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Doug LaBelle II

Cites his parents as the people who got him started in golf.
Finished 138th on the 2007 season money list and recorded his first career top-10. Rookie on the PGA Tour in 2007 after finishing 15th on the 2006 Nationwide Tour money list. In first career start as a PGA Tour member, posted rounds of 66-65 on the weekend to finish T4 at the 2007 Sony Open in Hawaii, five shots behind champion Paul Goydos. It was his first cut made in fourth career start on Tour. Birdied the 72nd hole to finish T48 at The Barclays, the first of the four PGA Tour Playoff for the FedExCup events, to move from 121st to 120th in the standings, thereby qualifying for the next week's Deutsche Bank Championship. He was 25 points better than Steve Allan who missed the cut in New York. Member of the Nationwide Tour from 2003-06, where he has 10 career top-10s, including one win. Among his four top-10s in 2006 was a T3 at the 2006 LaSalle Bank Open and his first career victory at the 2006 Price Cutter Charity Championship. Finished the event at 27-under-par 267, the second-lowest score in relation to par in Tour history. Finished 53rd on the 2005 Nationwide Tour money list, including the second runner-up finish of his career, one shot behind tournament winner Jason Gore at the 2005 National Mining Association Pete Dye Classic. Ranked 44th on the 2004 Nationwide Tour money list. Had his best showing of the season with a third-place performance at the 2004 Cox Classic. Finished his 2003 Nationwide Tour rookie season 41st on the money list, thanks to a pair of top-five showings. Solo third at the 2003 Knoxville Open and a T2 at the 2003 Price Cutter Charity Championship. Missed the cut in his first three career appearances on the PGA Tour. Member of the Canadian Tour from 1999-2002. Member of the Australasian Tour in 2000-02. Two-time All-American at New Mexico and a three-time all-conference selection.
Played on the Web.Com tour between 2003 and 2012 playing a total of 212 events. Won twice, was runner-up twice and in the top-ten, 15 times. Has won $1,035,154, his best year was 2006 when he won $240,174 and finished 15th on the money list.
2012 Notes: Was T13th at the season ending Web.com Tour Championship, placing him 24th on the final money list and giving him 2013 PGA Tour playing privileges.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 330, Cuts Made: 175 (53%), Top Tens: 17 (5%) , Rounds: 996, Scoring Avg: 70.96, Career Earnings: $2,461,642 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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