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Tennessee Titans. Washington Football Team. Big Big Sky. Big South. Big Ten. Patriot League. In early July he recorded two top finishes, including a tie for 10th at the Buick Open.
Later in July, Snedeker finished in a tie for 7th at the Canadian Open. A fortnight later he played in the PGA Championship for the first time and finished in a tie for 18th place.
This win propelled him to a world ranking of 55th. Snedeker entered the playoffs in 9th place in the point standings. He played in all four playoff events, recording finishes of missed cut, T47, T14 and T He had one win, a third-place finish, six top finishes and 13 top finishes.
Snedeker began the season with a tied for 10th finish at the Mercedes-Benz Championship. Snedeker recorded his first top in a major at the Masters , where he finished tied for third.
He went into the final round in second place, two strokes behind eventual winner Trevor Immelman but Snedeker shot a final round Following his third-place finish at the Masters Tournament , Snedeker reached a new high of 32nd in the world rankings.
Snedeker finished in the top for the second time in a major at the U. Open where he finished tied for 9th. For the rest of the year Snedeker struggled to maintain his early season consistency and did not record another top finish for the season.
Snedeker struggled in , making only 14 of 26 cuts and failing to make the cut in 9 of his first 12 tournaments.
Despite this mid season form he missed the cut in all four of the years majors. One factor contributing to Snedeker's uneven play in was his health.
He missed seven consecutive tournaments in the middle of the season due to a rib injury. Snedeker finished the season 55th on the money list.
Snedeker started the season well with a top finish at the Bob Hope Classic which he then followed up with a runner-up finish at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Snedeker played consistently throughout the early season making eight consecutive cuts through to April.
However he then missed five of his next seven cuts and did not record a single top finish until the U. For the rest of season he played steadily and recorded two more tops at the Wyndham Championship and the end of season playoff event the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Safeway Open Silverado Resort. Open Winged Foot GC. The top finish marked his third top showing at Augusta in nine starts. After posting what would be the only under-par final round 3-under 69 , waited nearly 24 hours for the final round to be completed and declared champion.
Began the week in a five-way tie for the first-round lead following a 7-under 63 topping his previous-best score at Waialae by five strokes , then held solo possession of the second round lead at under Entered the final round tied for the lead with Zac Blair before a 4-under 66 including a 4-under 31 on the back nine led to a playoff with eventual-champion Fabian Gomez.
Lost on the second playoff hole when Gomez made birdie. Dropped to three of seven when carrying at least a share of the lead into the final round on TOUR.
Making his first trip to the Sony Open since , carded just two bogeys for the week par-4 14th hole in round one and par-4 4th on Sunday.
Owned a streak of 43 consecutive holes without a bogey until he made bogey at the par-3 fourth during the final round. Hyundai Tournament of Champions: Despite battling a head cold early in the week, finished T3 and nine strokes behind runaway champion Jordan Spieth at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
It marked his second top-three finish 3rd in in his last three starts at the event. Their winning total of under-par was the highest winning score since Ian Poulter and Dustin Johnson finished at under in Travelers Championship: Shot a 7-under 63 in the third round of the Travelers Championship to move into contention.
A final-round 71 resulted in a T10 finish. Open: Kept his strong play going at the U. Open, closing with a 2-under 68 to finish solo eighth, four shots behind champion Jordan Spieth.
Closed with matching rounds of 64 to finish six strokes behind champion Steven Bowditch. It was his first top in five starts at the event. Led by two strokes at one point in the final round but later missed a foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole that would have forced sudden death with eventual-champion Kirk.
His bogey-free, 5-under 67, his third consecutive 67, was good enough for his second win in the event in three years.
His lone bogey in the event came at the par-4 third hole at Pebble Beach in the third round. Early in the week, he expressed concern to media about the reality of possibly not making his way into the upcoming Masters field for the first time since The win at Pebble Beach assured him of keeping alive his streak of Augusta appearances later missed the cut in Augusta with rounds of Waste Management Phoenix Open: In his ninth start at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, overcame an early bogey at the second hole in the final round with six birdies to post a 5-under 66 and finish T10 with four others.
Has yet to post a round in the 70s in two career starts at the event. Finished T24 in Open: Second top of the season came in his 16th start, finishing T9 at the U.
Opened with two rounds in the 60s but followed with an 8-over to finish a distant 12 shots behind runaway winner Martin Kaymer.
It marked his sixth top finish in eight U. Open starts missed the cut in and , T23 in , T9 in , T8 in , T11 in and T17 in Recorded his first top of the season in his 10th start.
Followed with rounds of to finish T8. His finish at Conway Farms represented his career-best ninth top of the season. Trailed Hunter Mahan by eight strokes after the second round, but when Mahan withdrew before the third round to join his wife in the labor room, he seized the opportunity.
Blistered Glen Abbey GC's par layout with a bogey-free, 9-under 63 in the third round to set up a one-stroke lead headed into the final round. His three-shot win moved him to No.
His T8 finish at Congressional CC was his seventh top finish of the season tied for most on TOUR , equaling his career-high totals from the and seasons.
Masters Tournament: Held a share of the third-round lead at the Masters Tournament before a final-round 75 left him at T6. It was his second top in six starts at the Masters.
Paired with Toby S. Wilt to claim a share of the pro-am team title, with Michael Letzig-John Erickson. It marked the ninth time in tournament history that a player has won the individual and pro-am team title in the same year and the first since D.
Points and Bill Murray. He played collegiately at Vanderbilt University under Toby S. Wilt's scholarship. Wilt was also the announcer on the No.
Became first player to follow up two consecutive runner-up finishes with a win dating to Had missed two of his last three cuts at Pebble Beach and Set the hole record with a , breaking the record of set by Mark O'Meara and later matched by Mickelson The Tennessean Nashville See more videos.
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