|Evts||Cuts Md||Wins||2nd||3rd||T10||Sc Avg||FedEx Pts||Earnings||World Pts|
|Assets:||A solid player who works hard for eveything he gets. Controls his short irons very well to set up birdie opportunities. Has a decent putting stroke and above-average scrambling abilities.|
|Flaws:||A late-bloomer. Doesn't have a lot of experience in competitive golf. Needs to handle the pressure better when in contention. Could improve with the driver in his hands.|
|Career Potential:||Bottom-of-the-pack contender with very little upside.|
Every feeds off playing partner in the opener | 04/25/2013 1:12 PM
NewsMatt Every carded a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in his opening round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, finishing four strokes off the early clubhouse lead.
ImpactWith soft greens and lift, clean and place in play, TPC Louisiana is vulnerable. Every capitalized, hitting 12 greens and limited the damage to one bogey against five birdies. His longest conversions occurred consecutively at holes 10 and 11 where he rolled in birdies of 22'2" and 18'4", respectively. He went out in the first threesome off the first tee with leader Ricky Barnes, so you can't rule out that Every drafted off his playing partner a bit. Both entered the week in a slump.
Every takes it low in third round at Bay Hill | 03/23/2013 12:22 PM
NewsMatt Every fired a 6-under-par 34-32=66 in the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, improving his three-day total to 3-under 213.
ImpactThe University of Florida product circled five birdies and an eagle to just one bogey in his third lap around Bay Hill. The eagle fell at the par-5 16th from 20'7" and he added a birdie from 14'6" on the par-4 18th, playing as the most difficult hole this week, to end his day. With just one top 25 on his resume this season, today's round could go a long way in improving his position in the FedExCup standings should he back it up tomorrow.
Every to make fourth start in Arnold Palmer | 03/20/2013 10:05 PM
NewsMatt Every will tee it up for the fourth time in the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week.
ImpactHe's made two out of his three cuts at Bay Hill, with a T24 last year his best finish. It's been a bit of a struggle for Every this year, making just four of nine cuts with his T9 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open serving as his only top 25. Missing the cut in his last three events, with two coming on courses in Florida, is a bit of a surprise seeing that he played his collegiate golf at the University of Florida and is native to the Sunshine State.
Every buries seven birdies to grab the lead | 02/07/2013 5:35 PM
NewsMatt Every turned in a 5-under-par 35-32=67 at Pebble Beach for his opening round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
ImpactEvery landed 13 greens in regulation and holed seven birdies, including five on his second nine (Pebble's front side). His conversions included rolls from 22'4" at the first hole and 11'8" at 8. At the time he signed his card, he held sole possession of the clubhouse lead.
Every hot early; cools late in WMPO finale | 02/03/2013 5:45 PM
NewsMatt Every turned in a 5-under-par 30-36=66 in the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, finishing his week at 17-under 267.
ImpactEvery looked to be on 59 watch early in the round, finding seven birdies to just one bogey in his first 10 holes. His pace would slow to a creeping halt from that point forward, failing to secure anything other than pars and a bogey on his final eight holes. With two missed cuts and a T60 in his first three starts, this was a welcomed addition to his 2013 resume and gives him momentum headed into the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Late blitz keeps Every relatively close in AZ | 02/01/2013 7:55 PM
NewsMatt Every followed his opening 65 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a 4-under-par 33-34=67 to reach the midpoint in 10-under 132.
ImpactEvery hit 14 greens in regulation today and dropped a birdie attempt from 14'6" at the second hole, but he completed 11 holes in even par due to a double bogey-6 at the 11th hole. After three more pars, it was setting up to be a disappointing day, but he closed eagle-birdie-par-birdie on the most exciting stretch of TPC Scottsdale. His eagle conversion at the par-5 15th measured just 10'10" while his birdie at the par-3 16th disappeared from 24'5". He's two strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead but four-and-a-half times that back of Phil Mickelson, who has one hole to play.
Every one back early at the WM Phoenix Open | 01/31/2013 4:17 PM
NewsMatt Every carded a 6-under-par 34-31=65 in his opening round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, finishing one stroke off the early clubhouse lead.
ImpactEvery has started the season slow, with only one payday in three starts, and that was a T60 at the Farmers. Today's loop of TPC Scottsdale was easily his best of the year. He hit 16 greens and buried eight birdies, four of which from beyond 11 feet. His longest dropped him from 16 feet at the 12th hole.
Early woes for Every before Scottsdale trip | 01/29/2013 11:18 PM
NewsMatt Every is off to a rocky start in 2013 and must compose himself for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
ImpactEvery missed two of his three cuts to kick off 2013, but tied for eighth in his only prior trip to TPC Scottsdale in 2010. That week included an opening 64, but a final-round 1-over-par 72 kept him from turning a great week into a career-changing one. He tends to be a streaky player, so one can't rule out a big week for a guy with two runner-ups in 25 starts last season.
|May 13-19||HP Byron Nelson Championship||Cut||71||70||-||-||141||-||-|
|May 6-12||THE PLAYERS Championship||T26||70||71||71||72||284||-4||$67,450|
|April 22-28||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||T32||68||72||71||68||279||-9||$33,528|
|April 15-21||RBC Heritage||Cut||73||71||74||-||218||-||$9,918|
|April 1-7||Valero Texas Open||-||70||75||78||-||223||-||$11,098|
|March 25-31||Shell Houston Open||Cut||79||77||-||-||156||-||-|
|March 18-25||Arnold Palmer Invitational||T34||72||75||66||75||288||0||$31,310|
|March 11-17||Tampa Bay Championship||Cut||73||72||-||-||145||-||-|
|March 4-10||Puerto Rico Open||Cut||72||72||-||-||144||-||-|
|Feb 25-March 3||The Honda Classic||Cut||69||74||-||-||143||-||-|
|Feb 11-17||Northern Trust Open||T68||70||73||72||75||290||6||$13,332|
|Feb 4-10||AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am||T30||67||70||71||73||281||-5||$36,205|
|Jan 28-Feb 3||Waste Management Phoenix Open||T9||65||67||69||66||267||-17||$173,600|
|Jan 21-28||Farmers Insurance Open||T60||69||74||73||73||289||1||$12,993|
|Jan 14-20||Humana Challenge||Cut||69||69||71||-||209||-||-|
|Jan 7-13||Sony Open||Cut||71||69||-||-||140||-||-|
|Best Finish||9||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||2|
|Worst Opening Round||79||Shell Houston Open||March 25-31||77|
|Worst Finishing Round||75||2 times-last: Arnold Palmer Invitational||last: March 18-25||82|
|Worst First 36 Holes||156||Shell Houston Open||March 25-31||152|
|Worst Last 36 Holes||147||Northern Trust Open||Feb 11-17||156|
|Worst Tournament (vs par)||Missed Cut||8 times-last: HP Byron Nelson Championship||last: May 13-19||Missed Cut|
|Best Round||65||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||63|
|Best Opening Round||65||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||63|
|Best Finishing Round||66||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||66|
|Best First 36 Holes||132||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||130|
|Best Last 36 Holes||135||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||135|
|Best Tournament (vs par)||-17||Waste Management Phoenix Open||Jan 28-Feb 3||-14|
|Worst Finish||Missed Cut||8 times-last: HP Byron Nelson Championship||last: May 13-19||Missed Cut|
|Worst Round||79||Shell Houston Open||March 25-31||82|