Winner of 16 tournaments worldwide, including the 2010 U.S. Open.
His victory in the U.S. Open ended a 40-year drought for Europeans in that event.
Has won tournaments in more than 10 different countries.
Has spent more than 20 weeks of his career as a top-5 player and nearly 400 weeks inside the world top 50.
Was ranked a career-best 4th in the world in 2011.
Won his first professional event in just his fourth starter after turning pro.
Provided the clinching point for Europe at the 2010 Ryder Cup.
As a college senior at the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 2002, he won six of 12 events and received the Haskins Award for outstanding college golfer.
LIV GOLF HISTORY
2022 – Niblicks GC captain (London, Portland). Cleeks GC.
MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
2010 U.S. Open – Became the first European to win the U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin in 1970 ... Was only player to not finish over par at Pebble Beach, shooting a final-round 74 to win at even par 284, one stroke ahead of Gregory Havret ... Held the 36-hole lead before falling three strokes behind Dustin Johnson after 54 holes ... Said McDowell: "I think I've died and gone to heaven for sure. This can't be really real. I don't think this will ever sink in."
STARTS AND FINISHES
Best finish: 17th (2009)
Top 10s: 0
Cuts made: 3
Best finish: 10th (2009)
Top 10s: 1
Cuts made: 7
Best finish: Win (2010)
Top 10s: 2
Cuts made: 10
Best finish: 5th (2012)
Top 10s: 2
Cuts made: 11
RYDER CUP HISTORY (Team Europe)
Appearances (4): 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014
Record (wins, losses, halves): 8-5-2
Total matches: 15
Singles (W-L-H): 3-1-0
Foursomes (W-L-H): 4-2-1
Four-balls (W-L-H): 1-2-1