2004 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout [with Hank Kuehne].
Finished T3 at the Chubb Classic, his best effort in 10 starts at the event. Posted three consecutive rounds in the 60s
Finished T2 at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge with teammate Fred Funk. The duo opened with a 10-under-par 44 in the rain-shortened event, an 18-hole record at the time on Top of the Rock. The pair led by five strokes heading into Sunday's final round but a one-over-par start on the front nine on Sunday looked like it could doom their chances. However, a late run with consecutive birdies on Nos. 13-17 gave them with a chance to tie for the lead, but they were unable to convert their birdie opportunities at No. 18. Finished T2, one stroke shy of Carlos Franco and Vijay Singh.
2010: Did not compete on the PGA TOUR for the first time since 1982
In early February, was chosen to be a captain's assistant for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. U.S. Captain Corey Pavin also named Davis Love III, Paul Goydos and Tom Lehman as assistants
Played in 24 Champions Tour events, with his best finish a second-place showing after losing in a playoff to Rod Spittle at the AT&T Championship. 2009: Made one cut in two starts on the PGA TOUR, a T18 at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee
Enjoyed another solid year on the Champions Tour, posting 10 top-10s in 25 starts. Of those top-10s, he finished T2 at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf and successfully defended his Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, good for his third Champions Tour victory. 2008: Played in just two events on the PGA TOUR, the Sony Open in Hawaii and the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Missed cut in both events
Won twice on the Champions Tour. First win came at the Bank of America Championship, and then claimed his second victory at the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach in late August. 2007: Played in 21 PGA TOUR events and made his first start in a Champions Tour event in mid-September
Named United States Presidents Cup Captain's Assistant on July 25, the third consecutive time he was named to assist Captain Jack Nicklaus. 2006: Cracked the $1-million mark for sixth straight season and eighth time in last nine years and has finished in the top 100 on the money list 22 consecutive seasons
Finished T6 at the U.S. Open at Winged Foot, his first top-10 in a major since a T10 at the 1998 U.S. Open at Olympic Club. His T6 finish earned him a spot in the 2007 Masters. 2005: Best showing was a T3 at the Memorial Tournament, his best finish since a solo third at the 2003 Bank of America Colonial
Shot a career-tying 62 in the final round of the Buick Championship
Was disqualified after four holes during the third round at the Buick Classic for playing a nonconforming ball under Rule 5-1. He recognized his golf ball did not have the proper markings after he hit his tee shot on No. 1 and notified a TOUR Rules Official. 2003: Best finish was a third at the Bank of America Colonial. 2002: Third-round 63 at Greater Milwaukee Open left him two strokes ahead of Steve Lowery and, at 20-under-par 193, surpassed the GMO record of 19-under-par set by Loren Roberts in 2000. Sunday 68 gave him four-stroke victory, his fifth win in last six seasons. 2001: Earned fifth PGA TOUR title and first playoff victory at B.C. Open. Beat Paul Gow on second extra hole. Career playoff record had been 0-6. 1999: Won at Sony Open in Hawaii, where he posted a two-stroke victory. Birdied final two holes to seal the victory. 1998: Earned more than $1 million for the first time. Won the Greater Milwaukee Open by one-stroke victory over Steve Stricker. Won with best friend Rick Bruder, a non-golfer, serving as a caddie for the first time
Had eight second-place finishes between first and second victories (1988-1997)
Captured the Tucson Chrysler Classic after opening 75, when he stood nine strokes out of lead. Final-round 67 produced one-stroke victory over Steve Jones. 1992: Finished second at 1992 U.S. Open, where final-round 71 was one of only four sub-par rounds that day. Had earlier second-place finish in AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. T4 at the Masters, where he became first player to ace fourth hole during opening-round 65 that produced tie for lead. 1998: Won first TOUR title at the PGA Championship at Oak Tree GC. Trailed Paul Azinger by three strokes through 54 holes, posted 6-under-par 65 to win by three. 1987: First close encounter with victory came at 1987 PLAYERS Championship. Lost a three-hole playoff to Sandy Lyle.