Which golfer has the most career Web.com Tour wins?
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Which golfer has the most career Web.com Tour wins?



In professional golf, the Web.com Tour all-time wins list is unique list. It's a list filled with guys who knew how to win on the developmental circuit but, unfortunately, spent a lot of time and toil there in going back and forth between there and the PGA Tour.

Over the years, the Web.com Tour has also been called the Hogan Tour, the Buy.com Tour, the Nike Tour and the Nationwide Tour.

The man with the most career Web.com Tour wins is Jason Gore, and he has seven-career Web.com Tour wins. Matt Gogel, Kevin Johnson, Sean Murphy and Martin Piller all have six wins and share second place.



In total, 12 players have amassed 5 or more wins in their Web.com Tour careers.

Golfers with most career Web.com Tour wins

  • 1. Jason Gore -- 7
  • T2. Matt Gogel -- 6
  • T2. Kevin Johnson -- 6
  • T2. Sean Murphy -- 6
  • T2. Martin Piller -- 6
  • T6. Pat Bates -- 5
  • T6. Gavin Coles -- 5
  • T6. Chris Couch -- 5
  • T6. Mathew Goggin -- 5
  • T6. Chris Smith -- 5
  • T6. Darron Stiles -- 5
  • T6. Kyle Thompson -- 5
  • T13. Steven Alker -- 4
  • T13. Justin Bolli -- 4
  • T13. Olin Browne -- 4
  • T13. Michael Christie -- 4
  • T13. Nick Flanagan -- 4
  • T13. John Flannery -- 4
  • T13. Hunter Haas -- 4
  • T13. Glen Hnatiuk -- 4
  • T13. Tripp Isenhour -- 4
  • T13. Richard Johnson -- 4
  • T13. Skip Kendall -- 4
  • T13. Tom Lehman -- 4
  • T13. Dick Mast -- 4
  • T13. Joe Ogilvie -- 4
  • T13. D. A. Points -- 4
  • T13. Fran Quinn -- 4
  • T13. Hugh Royer III -- 4
  • T13. Michael Sim -- 4
  • T13. Mike Springer -- 4
  • T13. Kevin Stadler -- 4
  • T13. Vance Veazey -- 4

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