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He joined the PGA Tour shortly afterwards as a Special Temporary Member and his membership of the 2004 European Ryder Cup Team qualified him for membership of the US based tour for the 2005 season. In 2006, Casey won the HSBC World Match Play Championship at Wentworth, beating Shaun Micheel 10 and 8 in a record victory for the final.However he continues to play mainly in Europe, and was the leader of the European Tour Order of Merit in 2006, until Pádraig Harrington overtook him in the final event. Casey has featured in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking and was the highest ranked Englishman for a time. Casey became the only player in Ryder Cup history to win a foursome match with a hole-in-one on Saturday, 23 September 2006, in Ireland.He ended that season 22nd on the order of merit and won the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award.After a disappointing second season he won the ANZ Championship and the Benson and Hedges International Open in 2003, and came sixth on the Order of Merit.In September 2014, Casey won his 13th European Tour title at the KLM Open in the Netherlands, his first victory of the 2014 season.He took victory after posting a final round 66, putting him one shot ahead of runner up, and fellow Englishman Simon Dyson.After the trio all parred the first extra hole, Casey could only make a par on the second extra hole and was eliminated when Hahn and Johnson both got up and down for birdies from the green-side rough.Casey continued his good form in America the following week, when he finished in a tie for third at the Honda Classic, one shot outside of a playoff.
Another highlight of his year was a sixth-place finish in his first Masters.
Casey sparked controversy in November 2004, when in an interview for the Sunday Times newspaper he reportedly said, of the US Ryder Cup team, "Oh, we properly hate them. Several leading American golfers, including Fred Funk and Davis Love III, publicly dismissed the controversy surrounding Casey as tabloid mischief.
Casey later apologised, saying the remarks were taken out of context and using the word "hate" was an error.
In September 2018, Casey was named as a captain's pick by Thomas Bjørn for the European team participating in the 2018 Ryder Cup. Casey went 1–1–1 and halved his singles match against Brooks Koepka.
Casey missed a chance to win the 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, when he failed to convert a three-stroke 54-hole lead.
He started the final round four strokes off the lead of Romain Wattel.