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BRAD ELDER

USA

Estatus: .

Estatura: 1.92 m / 6-4.

Peso: 88 Kg / 195 lbs.

Nació el 17.Mar.1975.

Se hizo profesional en 1998.

Nació en Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

Actualmente reside en Dallas, Texas, USA.

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WEB.COM TOUR VICTORIES: (3): 1999 Wichita Open, Inland Empire Open. 2007 Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
Member of the Web.com Tour in 1999, 2004, 2005-07 and 2009-13. Member of the PGA TOUR in 2000-03 and 2008.

2013: Made the cut in seven of 13 Web.com Tour starts...Solid week at the Mylan Classic netted him a T3, his only top-10 of the year and his best effort since a win at the 2007 Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open, a span of 108 Web.com Tour tournaments...Came up short for the Web.com Tour Finals, with a T30, T50 and T19 in his last three starts to finish the Regular Season 89th on the money list. Had a scoring average of 69.25 in his last four appearances.

2012: Played in 19 events and made only three cuts. In his season debut, at the Chile Classic, opened 68-67-66 at Prince of Wales CC and was alone in second through 54 holes, six shots behind Paul Haley II. Shot a final-round, even-par 72 to drop into a T7...Other made cuts came at the Cox Classic (73rd) and the WNB Golf Classic (T31).

2011: Made the cut in 11 of 22 starts and had a pair of top-10 efforts...Finished T10 at the South Georgia Classic, his first top-10 on Tour since a T6 at the 2007 Chattanooga Classic. Finished T2 in Greens in Regulation for the week...Followed up a week later with a T5 at the Stadion Classic at UGA, marking the first time in four years he has had consecutive top-10s.

2010: Made the cut in 12 of 25 starts on the Web.com Tour, with three top-25 finishes. Best week was a T18 at the Stadion Athens Classic at UGA.

2009: Struggled on the Web.com Tour, making only eight cuts in 19 starts. Three of four top-25 finishes came in consecutive weeks early in the season, starting with back-to-back T20 efforts at the Stonebrae Classic and the Athens Regional Foundation Classic.

2008: First top-10 of the PGA TOUR season was a T8 at the Viking Classic, thanks to four rounds in the 60s. His previous top-10 on TOUR came at the 2002 Viking Classic (54-hole event, rained out final round) in Madison, MS. It was his fourth career top-10 on TOUR...Finished 186th on the PGA TOUR money list after making nine cuts in 23 starts.

2007: Made the cut in 20 of 28 starts on the Web.com Tour, including nine top-25 finishes. Earned $231,586 on the season to finish No. 17 on the money list. Tallied six top-10 finishes during the season, highlighted by a victory at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open. Final-round 65 matched the lowest final round by a winner in tournament history and moved him into the top spot in earnings throughout the history of the Wichita Open. His four-stroke victory over Fabian Gomez equaled the largest winning margin of the season. Also won the tournament in 1999, making him just one of seven players to win the same event twice on Tour. Collected $90,000 with the win, moving all the way to No. 12 on the money list at the time. Other top-10 finishes came at the Oregon Classic (T4), Henrico County Open (T5), Fort Smith Classic (T6), Chattanooga Classic (T6) and the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship (T9).

2006: Made the cut in six of 13 Web.com Tour appearances, with his lone top-25 finish a T11 at the Movistar Panama Championship.

2005: Did not play in any TOUR-sponsored events.

2004: Made the cut in nine of 22 starts, with his only top-10 finish a T5 at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open.

2003: Made the cut in five of 20 starts on the PGA TOUR. T28 at the FBR Capital Open was his top showing.

2002: Missed almost two months of the season due to shoulder injury. After withdrawing from The Honda Classic in March, did not play again until the Verizon Byron Nelson Classic in May. Played in 26 events, making 11 cuts. Had a season-best third-place finish at the rain-shortened Southern Farm Bureau Classic, two strokes behind champion Luke Donald. Led by one stroke through 18 holes and two through 36, but struggled in closing third round, posting four bogeys in final 11 holes. After tournament was deemed 54-hole event on Monday morning, took home paycheck of $176,800, increasing season earnings to $362,892 to finish 147th on the money list. Other top 25s included T13 at season-opening Sony Open in Hawaii and T22 at the Valero Texas Open. Finished at Texas Open was aided by final-round 64, his best round since matching 64 at the 2002 Sony Open in Hawaii.

2001: Survived triple bogey on first hole of final round of the National Qualifying Tournament to card a 69 and secure a T8 finish. Hit first two drives out of bounds for triple bogey, then recorded seven birdies, one eagle and two bogeys the rest of the way. Finished 128th on the money list in second full PGA TOUR season in 2001, with $396,967.

2000: Successful rookie campaign on PGA TOUR, making 20 of 34 cuts and earning $700,738, good for 68th on the TOUR money list. First-year earnings were third-best among 2000 rookies.

1999: Earned his PGA TOUR membership for 2000 by finishing 11th on the Web.com Tour money list, with $146,263.

1999: Earned his first Web.com Tour title with a two-stroke win at Wichita Open...Second victory came at the end of the season, at the Inland Empire Open. Finished the season 11th on the money list. Went from earning $484 on Tour the previous year to $146,263.

1998: Made five Web.com Tour starts, making two cuts (one as an amateur and one as a pro). Received an exemption into the Greater Austin Open and was in solo sixth, two shots off Michael Allen's lead when the final round began. Shot a final-round 81, including a triple bogey-8 on the par-5 closing hole to drop into a T14...Other made cut came after he turned pro, at the Permian Basin Open (T56).

AMATEUR CAREER: Winner of the Fred Haskins and Jack Nicklaus Awards as college player of the year. Member of winning 1997 U.S. Walker Cup team.

PERSONAL: Loves to watch sports on television -- basketball, baseball, even auto racing. Favorite sport is hockey, especially his hometown Dallas Stars.

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