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Ryan Moore

United StatesUnited States

Start Position
5
Current Position
To Par: +5
Total Strokes: 69 - 76 - 72 - 76 : 293
T60   T65
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Updated: Thursday, 12 Aug 2010 06:58 PM
  • Birthplace: Tacoma, WA
  • Residence: Scottsdale, AZ
  • Age: 27
  • Turned Pro: 2005

PGA TOUR Victories

(1) 2009,Wyndham Championship.

2010 PGA TOUR Money and Position

$628,933 (50)

2010 PGA TOUR Best Finishes

T6-- SBS Championship. T10-- Bob Hope Classic.

PGA TOUR Best Round

66 at Round 3, Bob Hope Classic. 66 at Round 1, Waste Management Phoenix Open. 66 at Round 2, Waste Management Phoenix Open.

PGA TOUR Highlights

Finished T6 in his first start at the season-opening SBS Championship, five shots behind repeat winner Geoff Ogilvy...Finished T10 in his second start of the season at the Bob Hope Classic.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

1-- Wyndham Championship.

2009 Season Highlights

Most successful season on the PGA TOUR, surpassing $2 million in earnings for the first time, notching his first victory and tallying a career-high six top-10s and nine top-25s...After missing the cut in 2007 and 2008 at the FBR Open, rallied in 2009 by firing four rounds in the 60s to finish T6...Recorded the second top-10 finish of his career in a major championship (T9 at 2006 PGA Championship) with a T10 at the U.S. Open, snapping a streak of three consecutive missed cuts...Followed U.S. Open week with a T4 at Travelers Championship, shooting four rounds in the 60s, including a final-round 64, his season low to date...Claimed his first PGA TOUR win with a birdie on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff to beat Kevin Stadler and Jason Bohn at the Wyndham Championship. After vaulting up the leaderboard with five consecutive birdies on the back nine, won it with a 6-foot birdie putt on No. 18 at Sedgefield CC. Stadler's second shot on the third playoff hole skipped off the back of the green. He chipped within 20 feet, but his putt drifted to the low side of the cup. Bohn was eliminated on the first playoff hole. All three players finished at 16-under 264 with Moore and Stadler making bogeys on the 72nd hole and Bohn shooting a final-round 62...Posted a T7 at Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, his fifth top-10 of the season...Kept his top-10 streak alive the following week in his adopted hometown of Scottsdale, AZ at the Frys.com Open after posting four consecutive rounds in the 60s to finish T8. His sixth top-10 finish of the year marked the most since garnering four in his rookie year of 2006...Finished third at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in China.

Career Highlights

2009: Most successful season on the PGA TOUR, surpassing $2 million in earnings for the first time, notching his first victory and tallying a career-high six top-10s and nine top-25s...After missing the cut in 2007 and 2008 at the FBR Open, rallied in 2009 by firing four rounds in the 60s to finish T6...Recorded the second top-10 finish of his career in a major championship (T9 at 2006 PGA Championship) with a T10 at the U.S. Open, snapping a streak of three consecutive missed cuts...Followed U.S. Open week with a T4 at Travelers Championship, shooting four rounds in the 60s, including a final-round 64, his season low to date...Claimed his first PGA TOUR win with a birdie on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff to beat Kevin Stadler and Jason Bohn at the Wyndham Championship. After vaulting up the leaderboard with five consecutive birdies on the back nine, won it with a 6-foot birdie putt on No. 18 at Sedgefield CC. Stadler's second shot on the third playoff hole skipped off the back of the green. He chipped within 20 feet, but his putt drifted to the low side of the cup. Bohn was eliminated on the first playoff hole. All three players finished at 16-under 264 with Moore and Stadler making bogeys on the 72nd hole and Bohn shooting a final-round 62...Posted a T7 at Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, his fifth top-10 of the season...Kept his top-10 streak alive the following week in his adopted hometown of Scottsdale, AZ at the Frys.com Open after posting four consecutive rounds in the 60s to finish T8. His sixth top-10 finish of the year marked the most since garnering four in his rookie year of 2006...Finished third at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in China. 2008: Earned more than $1.1 million for a third consecutive season and finished second in a tournament for the fourth consecutive year...Lost on third hole of a playoff to Adam Scott at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship when Scott sank a 48-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole. Moore's 15-foot birdie putt from the fringe then grazed the lip. Both players finished regulation at 7-under par, with Moore firing a final-round 68. 2007: In just his second season on TOUR, collected more than $1.5 million and three top-10 finishes, including a second at the Memorial Tournament...Finished T8 at the PODS Championship, his first top-10 finish of the season...Recorded the third runner-up finish of his TOUR career at the Memorial Tournament. Birdied five of his final six holes on Sunday (66) to move into contention before falling one shot shy of winner K.J. Choi. Was one stroke back after an opening 6-under 66 ...Held the 36-hole lead at the inaugural Fry's Electronics Open after rounds of 66-63--129. Carded weekend rounds of 71-72 to fall to T6, his third top-10 finish of the season. 2006: Played in only 22 events due to an injury during the early part of the season. Underwent surgery to repair a fractured hook of hamate in his left hand on March 20. Injured the hand in 2005 but tried to play through the pain. Missed eight weeks and returned in late May...In 10th start of season, recorded his first top-10 and matched his career-best finish on TOUR with a T2 at the Buick Championship, thanks to four rounds in the 60s. Finished three strokes behind J.J. Henry...Finished T9 at the PGA Championship, his first career top-10 in a major in his first major start as a professional. Made four starts in majors as an amateur with a best finish of T13 at the 2005 Masters. Finished with 67-69 after entering the weekend T42. 2005: Low amateur at the Masters Tournament with his T13 finish...Made the cut at the U.S. Open in his last start as an amateur and finished 57...Following week, turned professional at the Barclays Classic, where he finished T51...Finished T2 at the Bell Canadian Open, one stroke behind Mark Calcavecchia. Only player in field to post four rounds at par or better on the par-70 Shaugnessy Golf and Country Club in Vancouver, British Columbia. His $440,000 payday pushed him into the Special Temporary Member category with the ability to earn unlimited sponsor exemptions for remainder of year...Pushed season non-member earnings to $598,250 (equal to No. 120 on PGA TOUR Money List) with T16 finish at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. Two off the lead through 36 holes after opening 67-63 (career-best), but fell from contention with a third-round 74...Closed with a 4-under 68 and tied for 13th at the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort, earning $88,000. That placed him the equivalent of 113th on the PGA TOUR money list, making him the first player since Tiger Woods in 1996 to go from college to the PGA TOUR in the same season without going to Q School. The only other players to do that since 1980 were Gary Hallberg, Phil Mickelson and Justin Leonard. Amateur: Four-time All-America (two-time first team) at UNLV and 2005 collegiate player of the year. Three-time Ben Hogan Award finalist and 2005 Hogan Award winner and Jack Nicklaus collegiate player of the year. 2005 Golfstat Cup low collegiate scoring average...Low amateur in the 2005 Masters, finishing T13 at 1-under par, thereby earning an invitation to the 2006 Masters via a top-16 finish. His 287 total was the lowest for an amateur in the Masters since Lindy Miller shot 286 in 1978...As reigning U.S. Amateur champion, earned exemption into U.S. Open at Pinehurst and British Open at St. Andrews. Played in U.S. Open (T57), but opted to turn pro at Barclays Classic...In 2004, won the U.S. Amateur, U.S. Public Links, NCAA Championship, Western Amateur and Sahalee Players Championship. Captured the U.S. Amateur 2-up over Luke List at Winged Foot and won his second U.S. Amateur Public Links title 6 and 5 over Dayton Rose at Rush Creek GC in Minnesota...A member of the 2004 U.S. World Amateur team, he was low individual at the competition...Received a Sponsor Exemption into the 2004 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro and finished T24 at 7-under par. Was T12, four strokes out of the lead, after 36 holes...Winner of the 2002 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship at the Orchards Golf Club north of Detroit. Defeated Lee Williamson 10 and 9 in the 36-hole final...Two-time American Junior Golf Association All-America.

Personal

Learned the game from his father "as soon as I could walk."...Has two brothers, Jeremy and Jason, and one sister, Alyssa...Has served as host of the BMW Northwest Charity Skins Game at Chambers Bay in Washington State.

PGA TOUR Playoff Record

1-1

National Teams

Walker Cup, 2004; World Amateur Team, 2004.