3. Scott McCarron
Starts from 2010-19: 110
The skinny: McCarron won his first Charles Schwab Cup this year, finally unseating friendly rival Langer. He won three times in 2019 and has been as consistent a force over the past four years as anyone on the Champions Tour. He was won at least twice a year in each of his full seasons, and he doesn’t appear to be slowing down. McCarron has only one major among his 11 titles, a total he’d dearly like to add to in 2020.
4. Tom Lehman
Starts from 2010-19: 190.
The skinny: Lehman has won at least once in eight of the past 10 years, including a win in 2019 at the season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai. He had five top 10s this past season and finished 23rd in the Schwab Cup standings. He might not be the consistent force he once was, but he still remains capable of winning nearly any time he tees it up.
5. Kenny Perry
Starts from 2010-19: 157.
The skinny: Perry had an odd 2019. He took advantage of his one-time exemption for being in the top 50 on the all-time PGA TOUR money list with the intent of playing a heavy schedule of regular TOUR events leading up to the new 3M Open, which flipped from PGA TOUR Champions to PGA TOUR event in 2019. Perry won the 3M three times when it was a Champions event, including in 2018 – his last victory. He played eight events on PGA TOUR, missing seven cuts and withdrawing once. He later pulled out of the 3M, citing elbow pain. He played in 16 Champions Tour events and posted three top 10s, with a best of T6 at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic. Long one of the longest hitters on PGA TOUR Champions, Perry counts four majors among his 10 victories in the past decade.
6. Miguel Angel Jimenez
Starts from 2010-19: 82.
The skinny: Jimenez has won every 10.25 times he tees it up, an impressive clip. He also has won at least once in each of his six seasons on PGA TOUR Champions. He won two majors in 2018, and he won twice in 2019. Yes, the wacky warmup routines, the wine and the cigars are fun, but when the Spaniard is on his game he can play with anybody.