Bo Van Pelt’s PGA Tour Career Highlights

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Bo Van Pelt notched his first career PGA Tour victory at the 2009 U.S. Bank Championship, beating John Mallinger on the second hole of a sudden death playoff.
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Van Pelt tied for fourth at the 2010 Players, one of eight top 10s that season.
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Van Pelt also tied for third at The 2010 Memorial Tournament.
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Bo's not all business. In 2011, he took a break from the links to toss some bocce with Englishman Paul Casey at the TourPlayers.com Beach Bocce Ball Tournament.
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Van Pelt carded his best finish in a major at the 2011 Masters, where he tied for eighth place.
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Van Pelt fired a final-round 64 to beat out Jeff Overton by six shots at the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic to record his second tour win.
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Van Pelt's win in Malaysia earned him $1.3 million, the largest payday of his career.