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Born: 1981-12-02, Baytown, Texas
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'2", Weight: 205lbs
Home: Houston, Texas
College: Lamar University
Turned Pro: 2005
Joined PGA Tour: 2013
Official World Golf Ranking: 332
Notes: Born in Baytown, Texas, Stefani played college golf at Lamar University, graduating in 2005. He turned professional that year and played on mini-tours until 2012, when he joined the Web.com Tour. Got in off of his T54th at Q-School at the end of 2011. He got his first Web.Com Tour win at the Midwest Classic in August 2012. He picked up his second tour win in October at the Miccosukee Championship. 2012 Web.Com Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; in money - 14; top-1...

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Shawn Stefani

Born in Baytown, Texas, Stefani played college golf at Lamar University, graduating in 2005. He turned professional that year and played on mini-tours until 2012, when he joined the Web.com Tour. Got in off of his T54th at Q-School at the end of 2011. He got his first Web.Com Tour win at the Midwest Classic in August 2012. He picked up his second tour win in October at the Miccosukee Championship.
2012 Web.Com Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; in money - 14; top-10 finishes - 4; scoring average 69.64 (ranked 3rd); money $307,371 (ranked 6th); best finish winner, Midwest Classic, Miccosukee Championship.
2013 Notes: Made 11 cuts in 21 PGA Tour starts, with two top-10s, T-7th at Tampa Bay Championship and T-7th at FedEx St. Jude Classic. Finished 135th in the FedExCup standings to earn partial status for the 2014 season. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals events but was unable to improve his status for the 2013-14 season. Highlight of his year could of been the final round of the U.S. Open in 2013 at Merion. Stefani had a hole-in-one on the 229-yard (209 m) 17th hole, the first ace ever recorded in 18 USGA championships held at Merion. His 4-iron tee shot bounced off the slope left of the green and rolled a considerable distance into the cup.
2014 Notes: Started the season on a Minor Medical Extension due to a neck injury. Had two events to earn $84,084 and retain exempt status for the remainder of the season. Missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open but made up for it in his hometown of Houston at the Shell Houston Open. Playing on a sponsor's exemption, was two shots off the 18-hole lead following a 5-under 67. Ensuing rounds of 69-73-69 at the GC of Houston resulted in a 5th place finish, good for $256,000. Played in 17 events making 13 cuts, with two top-10s. Lost in a playoff to Justin Rose at the Quicken Loans at Congressional CC. Along with Rose, entered the final round trailing 54-hole leader Patrick Reed by three shots, with both carding 1-under 70s to advance to the first playoff in tournament history. Rose made par on the first extra hole, while he recorded double bogey after hitting his second shot into the water at No. 18. It was the first playoff for both players. Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career. finished 83rd in the FedEx Cup and 77th on the money list.
In 2015 was runner-up at the OHL Classic at Mayadoba, a shot back of winner Charley Hoffman. Also had top-tens at the Sony Open (T-6th) and Wells Fargo (T-9th).

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 216, Cuts Made: 127 (59%), Top Tens: 18 (8%) , Rounds: 670, Scoring Avg: 70.47, Career Earnings: $6,662,514 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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