Key Statistics

 FedEx Cup Rank: 215th

 Official World Golf Ranking: N/A

 2020 Winnings: $15,375

 Career Earnings: $11,249,301


July, 2014

Oh Canada Graham gave a large and patriotic gallery reason to cheer at the RBC Canadian Open. Thanks in large part to a course-record tying 63 in the second round that included nine birdies, Graham finished T7 and claimed the Rivermead Cup as the low Canadian.

June, 2014

Foundation Launch The Graham and Ruby DeLaet Foundation is announced as the leading organization driving the DeLaet’s charitable initiatives. The Foundation also launches its first event, the ‘Graham Slam.’

April, 2014

Major Championship Experience Made his debut at Augusta National for The Masters, in what Graham described as one of his proudest golfing accomplishments.

February, 2014

Back to Back Runner-Up Finishes Shoots 65 in the final two rounds at the Waste Management Phoenix Open to finish T2, one week after placing T2 at the Farmers Insurance Open.

January, 2014

Fresh New Look Riding the momentum of 2013, Graham started the new year by agreeing to join PUMA Golf and Shaw Communications as an ambassador. This involved a change in Graham’s on-course look as he now proudly sports PUMA Golf apparel, with the Shaw logo on the front of his headwear.


October, 2013

Presidents Cup Tied with Jason Day for most points gained for the International Team during the 2013 Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village.

September, 2013

Playoff Performer Followed up on four Top 10’s in the regular season with an 8th place finish at the 2013 FedExCup Playoffs. A T2 in the first event at The Barclays and a solo 3rd in the second event at the Deutsche Bank Championship, earned Graham a spot in the TOUR Championship for the first time in his PGA TOUR career.


September, 2012

The Beard is Born Borrowing hockey’s playoff beard tradition, Graham used solid play in his FedExCup Playoff debut to reach the BMW Championship, the post-season’s third event. The playoff run was highlighted by a T5 finish at The Barclays.

April, 2012

Bounce-Back After taking almost the entire 2011 season off to have surgery on a debilitating back injury, Graham returned with an impressive year in 2012 making over a million dollars in earnings, and finishing T4 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.


April, 2010

Rookie Success Experienced the feeling of contending on the PGA TOUR with a T3 finish at the Shell Houston Open. The experience helped later in the season as Graham recorded two more Top 10 finishes, and ended the year as the top-ranked Canadian on the PGA TOUR.


December, 2009

PGA TOUR Bound Overcame one of the most grueling tests in golf to finish T8 at PGA TOUR Q-school, securing PGA TOUR playing privileges for 2010. Knowing that he had his TOUR card locked up was an emotional moment; it was a dream come true and is one of the highlights of Graham’s golf career.

September, 2009

Dream Season After an early-season victory on South Africa’s Sunshine Tour, Graham continued his winning ways back in Canada by claiming top-prize at both the ATB Financial Classic and the Players Cup. Such success led to Graham being named Player of the Year on PGA TOUR Canada.


November, 2008

International Player Capped off a memorable 2008 season with a trip to Sweden where Graham and partner Wes Heffernan represented Canada at the OMEGA Mission Hills World Cup (now the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf).

August, 2008

Taste of Victory Graham captured his first PGA TOUR Canada victory in spectacular fashion, winning the Desjardins Montreal Open with a birdie on the first playoff hole.

June, 2008

Married Graham and Ruby met in Boise, Idaho, through mutual friends, and hit it off after Ruby went to watch Graham play in the Tour’s Albertsons Boise Open. The couple wed on June 14, 2008.


September, 2007

Professional Prowess Named Rookie of the Year on the PGA TOUR Canada after compiling seven Top 10’s and finishing 13th on the Order of Merit season money list.



Amateur Champion AMATEUR CHAMPION 10-time winner in college as a member of the Boise State Broncos. Was named the Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, Player of the Year, and three times was a First Team All-conference player.


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