July 17, 2016: Jonathan Randolph fired a final round 63 on his way to a 20 under par 264 and a tie for second at the Lincoln Land Charity Championship in Springfield, Illinois. This matches his best finish of the season, as the Web.com Tour enters the final stretch of the regular season.
May 1, 2016: A final round score of 67 for Jonathan Randolph capped off a 4 day total of 11 under par 277, earning him a tie for second place at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Indiana. This marks his second consecutive year with a second place finish at this event. Victoria National Golf Club is considered to be the Web.com Tour’s most challenging venue.
December 13, 2015: After completing his PGA Tour rookie year 179th on the FedEx Cup points list, Jonathan Randolph elected to re-enter the Web.com Tour’s Q-School seeking to improve on his Web.com Tour conditional status for 2016. Randolph found success, finishing T21 in the Final Stage, contested at PGA National’s Champion and Fazio courses in West Palm Beach, Florida. His solid play positions him well for 2016 on the Web.com Tour, through which he will seek to regain status on the PGA Tour.
May 17, 2015: Back on the PGA TOUR, Randolph’s steady play at the Wells Fargo Championship earned him a 2015 season’s best T20 finish at 6 under par 282. Next up: the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, in Irving, TX.
May 3, 2015: After a successful 2014 campaign on the Web.com Tour, TOUR rookie Jonathan Randolph decided to tee it up at Victoria National after failing to qualify for the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play. He made the most of it, shooting four rounds of par or better en route to a T2 finish at 5 under. The affable Ole Miss grad made five straight birdies on the back nine Sunday, perhaps a spark as he returns to the TOUR. (Source: PGA Tour Website)