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Jason Bohn

United StatesUnited States

Start Position
23
Current Position
To Par: +5
Total Strokes: 77 - 72 : 149
T132   T109
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Updated: Thursday, 12 Aug 2010 06:58 PM
  • Birthplace: Lewisburg, PA
  • Residence: Acworth, GA
  • Age: 37
  • Turned Pro: 1992

PGA TOUR Victories

(2) 2005,B.C. Open. 2010,Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

International Victories

(2): 2000 Shell Payless Open [Can]. 2001 Bayer Championship [Can].

2010 PGA TOUR Money and Position

$1,547,321 (10)

2010 PGA TOUR Best Finishes

1-- Zurich Classic of New Orleans. T10-- Northern Trust Open.

PGA TOUR Best Round

65 at Round 4, Bob Hope Classic. 65 at Round 4, Northern Trust Open. 65 at Round 1, Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

PGA TOUR Highlights

Bogeyed final hole for 6-under 65 in final round of Northern Trust Open, including five consecutive birdies, to jump from T34 after the third round to finish T10. It was his first top-10 since a T2 at 2009 Wyndham Championship...Won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans for his second PGA TOUR title, birdieing three of the final four holes at TPC Louisiana for a 5-under 67 and a two-stroke victory over Jeff Overton. Completed a third-round 71 on Sunday morning in the weather-plagued tournament and then finished at 18-under 270 to win wire to wire. Heavy rain and lightning Friday and again Saturday morning delayed the early rounds. Played 24 holes Saturday and 30 Sunday. He had seven birdies and one bogey in his 30 holes Sunday, finishing with a tap-in birdie on the par-5 18th after nearly holing his third shot.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

1-- B.C. Open, Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

2009 Season Highlights

Claimed two top-10s en route to 81st place on the money list...Earned first top-10 of the season (and first since a third at the 2008 Wachovia Championship) with a T6 at Shell Houston Open...Finished T2 at the Wyndham Championship after bogeying the first extra hole to drop out of a three-man playoff with eventual winner Ryan Moore and Kevin Stadler. It was Bohn's first playoff experience on the PGA TOUR. Final-round 62 helped him come from seven strokes back after the third round. When asked by media if he was disappointed at the playoff loss, said, "I couldn't be happier to have just gotten myself into the playoff. The way I'm playing, I have no regrets whatsoever." It was his best finish since a runner-up in Greensboro, NC, in 2006.

Career Highlights

2009: Claimed two top-10s en route to 81st place on the money list...Earned first top-10 of the season (and first since a third at the 2008 Wachovia Championship) with a T6 at Shell Houston Open...Finished T2 at the Wyndham Championship after bogeying the first extra hole to drop out of a three-man playoff with eventual winner Ryan Moore and Kevin Stadler. It was Bohn's first playoff experience on the PGA TOUR. Final-round 62 helped him come from seven strokes back after the third round. When asked by media if he was disappointed at the playoff loss, said, "I couldn't be happier to have just gotten myself into the playoff. The way I'm playing, I have no regrets whatsoever." It was his best finish since a runner-up in Greensboro, NC, in 2006. 2008: Injury-riddled season limited to just 15 starts, but eight made cuts and five top-25 finishes were enough for a No. 123 finish on the money list. Also finished No. 123 in FedExCup standings...Playing on a Major Medical Exemption, guaranteed his PGA TOUR status for the remainder of the 2008 campaign thanks to a T20 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans...Followed that three weeks later with a sixth-place finish at the Verizon Heritage, his best result since placing second at the 2006 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro...Held the 36-hole lead at the Wachovia Championship before carding weekend rounds of 72-71 en route to a third-place finish...Had been sidelined after requiring three surgeries to fix problems associated with his back. 2007: Limited to 17 events due to a rib injury suffered at the Memorial Tournament in June, where he was forced to withdraw. After one month of rest, re-injured ribs at the A&T National and did not play for the remainder of the season. Granted Major Medical Extension and had 12 events in 2008 to equal 2007's No. 125 earnings of $785,180)...Posted four top-25s in 17 starts, with a best finish of T11 at the FBR Open. 2006: Matched his career-high with three top-10s (2005) in third year on TOUR, including a runner-up finish at the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro. Finished two strokes behind Davis Love III...Made 14 consecutive cuts from Ford Championship in March through the U.S Bank Championship in July. 2005: Second season on TOUR highlighted by a first-, second- and third-place finish...Finished career-high 35th on money list and picked up initial TOUR victory at the B.C. Open in his 48th career start. Recorded four rounds in the 60s for the first time in his career. Trailed by one entering the final round, but closed with a 6-under 66 and won by one over five others. Collected a check for $540,000 and surpassed the $1-million mark in career earnings...Tied for the 54-hole lead at the Deutsche Bank Championship with four others. Finished second, one stroke behind Olin Browne after posting a final-round 68. Earned a career-best paycheck of $594,000...Added a T3 at the Chrysler Classic of Greensboro. 2004: Rookie made 21 cuts in 29 TOUR starts and finished 131st on the money list. Improved status for 2005 with T9 at 2004 TOUR Qualifying School...Picked up first career top-10 in 24th career start, a T6 at the Buick Championship. 2003: Finished ninth on the Nationwide Tour money list to earn his first PGA TOUR card...Earned his first career victory on the Nationwide Tour at the Chattanooga Classic. Fired four rounds in 60s to edge Kyle Thompson by one stroke with a tournament-record 263. Had four additional top-10s, including playoff losses at the Samsung Canadian PGA Championship and the Oregon Classic. 2001: Fired a final-round, 13-under-par 58 to win the Bayer Championship on the Canadian Tour, one of his two wins on that Tour. 2000: Made two starts on the PGA TOUR, both in Canada, and did not make the cut...Recorded first Canadian Tour victory at the 2000 Shell Payless Open.

Personal

Won $1 million in a 1992 Hole-in-One Shootout while attending the University of Alabama and chose to give up his amateur status. Will continue to receive $50,000 payment each October 1 through 2012.

PGA TOUR Playoff Record

0-1

Other Information

Rookie made 21 cuts in 29 PGA TOUR starts and finished 131st on TOUR money list. Improved status for 2005 with T9 at 2004 TOUR Qualifying School. Picked up first career top-10 in 24th career start, a T6 at the Buick Championship. Finished two strokes out of Woody Austin-Tim Herron playoff. Earned a career-best $140,700. Shared first-round lead with six others after opening-round 63 at the 2004 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas but finished T23. Earned TOUR card by finishing ninth on the 2003 Nationwide Tour money list. Made the cut in 14 of 18 events, with 10 top-25s. Began season with no status on the Nationwide Tour but earned conditional status through four top-25s in his first five events, including a playoff loss to Tom Carter at the 2003 Samsung Canadian PGA Championship in July. Earned his first career victory three weeks later at the 2003 Chattanooga Classic. Fired four rounds in 60s to edge Kyle Thompson by one stroke with a tournament-record 263. Fired a final round 13-under-par 58 to win the 2001 Bayer Championship on the Canadian Tour, one of his two wins on that Tour. Collected first Canadian Tour victory at the 2000 Shell Payless Open. Won $1 million in a 1992 Hole-in-One Shootout while attending the University of Alabama and chose to give up his amateur status.