1970 – He was born on the 12th day of May in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
1992 – He is a graduate of Brigham Young University (majoring in Recreation Management), and he turned pro this year.
1999 – His first PGA Tour win came at the Air Canada Championship in Surrey, British Columbia.
2000 – He won on WGC-American Express Championship.
2003 – He won the prestigious Masters Tournament at Augusta, Georgia, one of the four Major tournaments in men’s golf.
2004 – He joined the ranks of a select few players including Ben Hogan to win back to back championships at the Nissan Open, becoming the sixth player in Nissan Open history to notch back-to-back wins.