Season ended with a 55th-place finish in the final FedExCup standings. Made 16 of 24 cuts on TOUR, with three tops. Made 24 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour and had one win, a second-place showing and two third-place performances among his seven tops.
Ended the year No. Led Total Driving and set Tour record for Eagles with one every Struggled later in the season and made the cut in only three of his final seven starts but had a pair of top finishes to maintain his position on the money list. Korn Ferry Tour is also a registered trademark used here with permission, and used in the Korn Ferry Tour logo with permission. To watch in a smaller size, scroll down while your video is playing.
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Season Career Tournament Majors. No additional profile information available. Kevin Chappell Full Name. CHAP-pull Pronunciation. Fresno, California Birthplace. Fresno, California Residence. Wife, Elizabeth; Wyatt, Collins Family. UCLA College. Major Medical Extension: If granted by the Commissioner, if not otherwise eligible, and if needed to fill the field, Special Medical Extension.
Korn Ferry Tour : Was making his first start since the Mayakoba Golf Classic as he recovered from back surgery.
Began the final round two shots off the lead but finished with a 2-over Making his 10th start at the event, was his first top finish since his inaugural start in T6. CareerBuilder Challenge: Finished T6 at the CareerBuilder Challenge, highlighted by a second-round 64 that included six birdies, an eagle and no bogeys. Presidents Cup: Posted a record in his debut Presidents Cup appearance, helping lead the United States to a win over the International Team. Was first out in Sunday singles, halving the match with Australian Marc Leishman.
Only loss during the competition came in the Saturday afternoon Four-ball competition, teaming again with Hoffman but coming up just short to Anirban Lahiri and Si Woo Kim, with the International team winning 1-up. Third-round 6-under 64 matched course record set by Russell Henley in opening round at Glen Oaks Club. Began the round one stroke back of Hoffman but struck trouble early when he had an air-swing on the second hole while attempting a shot from the trees.
Never recovered, shooting final-round 71 to slip to T8. FedEx St. Jude Classic: Played his last 13 holes with four birdies against no bogeys to close with a 69 in the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Finished T4 and two shots behind winner Daniel Berger. Took a one-stroke lead into the final round and closed with a 4-under 68 for the win at TPC San Antonio. With scores of , was the only player in the field to post a sub-par score each round.
Also, in , finished T2 in the event to Brendan Steele. Masters Tournament: Opened with a 1-under 71 at the Masters, one of just 11 sub-par rounds on a windy Thursday. Followed a second-round, 4-over 76 with weekend scores of to finish at 3-under and T7 with Rory McIlroy in his second start at Augusta.
A par at the final hole of regulation led to a three-way playoff with Ryan Moore and eventual-winner Rory McIlroy, which he exited after a par at the first extra hole. Shared the first-round lead with Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama and again shared the hole lead with Johnson. Recorded three holes over par bogey on No. Deutsche Bank Championship: In his fifth start in the Deutsche Bank Championship, held a one-stroke lead after 36 holes after a second-round 7-under 64 which included six birdies, one eagle and one bogey for a 7-under Posted to finish T8 with six others.
Valero Texas Open: Posted four sub-par scores in his seventh start at the Valero Texas Open to finish T4, his fourth top of the season, marking a new career-high for most tops in a season. Went on to record rounds of to finish T9 and six strokes behind champion Branden Grace. It marked his first top in four starts at Harbour Town. Followed with rounds of to finish under and solo second a distant six strokes behind Kisner.
It marked his second-consecutive top at the event T8 in , as he has improved his finish in all four starts in Sea Island T, T, T, It was the third runner-up finish of his career. Carded T8 for his second top of the season.
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