Jim Furyk - Profile
Jim Furyk: Runner-up in the 2013 US PGA
The gritty American won the 2003 US Open and was runner-up in the 2013 US PGA Championship.
* Won 2003 US Open at Olympia Fields in Illinois, beating Stephen Leaney by three shots. Score of 272 tied the record for the lowest 72-hole score in US Open history. Since beaten by Rory McIlroy's 268 in 2011.
* Runner-up in 2006 US Open at Winged Foot, 2007 US Open at Oakmont and 2013 US PGA at Oak Hill.
* 16 PGA Tour wins: First was 1995 Las Vegas Invitational. Most recent was 2010 Tour Championship.
* 2010: Won FedEx Cup, PGA Player of the Year and PGA Tour Player of the Year after three-win season.
* Career-high world ranking of 2nd (September 2006). Spent over 360 weeks in the top 10 between 1999 and 2011.
* Has played in every Ryder Cup since debut in 1997. On the winning side just twice in eight appearances.
* 2013: Became just the sixth player to shoot a sub-60 round on the PGA Tour when carding a 59 in the second round of the BMW Championship.
* Played in last two US PGAs at Valhalla: T17th in 1996 and T72nd in 2000.
- Nationality: USA
- Date Of Birth: 12/05/1970
- Birth Place: West Chester, Pennsylvania
- Height: 6ft 2
|2015||Valero Texas Open||T58||76+74+76+72||298||10|
|2015||WGC - Cadillac Championship||T12||70+73+76+69||288||288|
|2015||Northern Trust Open||T14||71+70+68+73||282||-2|
|2015||AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am||T7||64+70+63+74||271||-17|
|The Open Championship||-||4||-||T34||T48||-||T34|
|US PGA Championship||-||T5||2||T42||T39||T24||T63|
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