Singh shot a second round, nine-over 79 to finish his two days at the U.S. Open 15-over.
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|Season||Entries||Rounds||Rank||DDist(?)||DAcc(?)||GIR(?)||PuPR(?)||Scram(?)||Bounce(?)||Avg Score||Avg Fin||Top 10 Fin||Winnings||Winnings/Entry|
|June 16, 2016||U.S. Open Championship||–||$0||155||76||79||–||–|
|August 9, 2012||PGA Championship||–||$0||159||76||83||–||–|
|August 2, 2012||World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitationa||11||67||$42,625||291||73||74||71||73|
|July 19, 2012||The Open Championship||10||69||$17,964||290||70||71||76||73|
|October 21, 2010||Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals Open||–||$0||146||76||70||–||–|
|October 14, 2010||Frys.com Open||-5||27||$37,000||279||69||70||71||69|
|October 7, 2010||The McGladrey Classic||-8||15||$54,480||272||67||71||67||67|
|September 30, 2010||Viking Classic||1||59||$7,812||289||70||73||72||74|
|August 19, 2010||Wyndham Championship||-14||18||$55,947||266||64||68||68||66|
|August 5, 2010||Turning Stone Resort Championship||–||$0||144||71||73||–||–|
|July 29, 2010||The Greenbrier Classic||-10||45||$17,160||270||67||69||68||66|
|July 22, 2010||RBC Canadian Open||-3||54||$11,628||277||68||70||69||70|
|July 15, 2010||Reno-Tahoe Open||5||55||$6,810||293||72||69||75||77|
|June 10, 2010||St. Jude Classic||–||$0||142||67||75||–||–|
|June 3, 2010||the Memorial Tournament||–||$0||148||74||74||–||–|
|May 27, 2010||Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial||–||$0||142||73||69||–||–|
|May 20, 2010||HP Byron Nelson Championship||-1||32||$35,317||279||72||67||68||72|
|May 13, 2010||Valero Texas Open||–||$0||146||76||70||–||–|
|March 18, 2010||Transitions Championship||–||$0||145||74||71||–||–|
|March 11, 2010||Puerto Rico Open||-10||24||$26,483||278||70||70||68||70|
|March 4, 2010||Honda Classic||3||35||$27,608||283||71||69||71||72|
|February 25, 2010||Waste Management Phoenix Open||–||$0||140||69||71||–||–|
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Of all the names on the non-member list, Singh appears to be the most dedicated to the PGA TOUR. He's also gone from "the other Singh,” to making a name for himself. He's yet to make the leap to the next level, but the talent is there, and it's only a matter of time before the results come.
Singh won four times in 2008 on three different tours. He's someone to watch in majors next season and to grab in U.S. leagues if he plays more on the PGA Tour. He'll be in the field for all four majors. Singh, in his first inclusion in the world's top-50, finished 35th in the final 2008 Official World Golf Ranking.