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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
Additional Victories (4)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the fifth consecutive year. Posted eight finishes in the top 10, including a runner-up finish at the Rapiscan Systems Classic. Finished No. 28 in the standings, one place better than the previous year.
Slipped from 11th to 24th on the final money list but still earned a spot in the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the fourth consecutive year.
Was unable to duplicate his 2015 success, but still enjoyed a very productive season with a career-best nine top-10 finishes and $1,125,123 in yearly earnings to finish 11th overall.
Finished fourth in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings after registering three victories and seven top-10s overall.
Turned in a solid rookie PGA TOUR Champions campaign, finishing among the top-25 on the earnings list, thanks to six top-10 finishes, including two runner-up efforts.
Made one of three cuts on the PGA TOUR with one top 10.
Made three starts on the PGA TOUR and continued to work as on-course reporter for Golf Channel.
Continued in role as part-time analyst for Golf Channel.
Made the cut in just two of 17 starts. Saw his streak of seasons with at least $200,000 in earnings snapped at 20, which represented the second-best streak in TOUR history. Began working as an analyst with Golf Channel.
Played in 24 events.
27 starts and 16 made cuts.
Posted 18th consecutive season in the top 125 on the money list.
Logged only one top-10, but finished in the top 100 on the money list via nine top-25s.
On the bubble for fully exempt status in the latter part of the season, made six of last seven cuts to finish No. 124.
Was top 50 on the money list for ninth time in his career with career-best earnings of $1,365,707
In June, posted top-3 finishes in back-to-back weeks.
In closest race ever for top 30, his season earnings of $665,602 missed qualifying for THE TOUR Championship by $5. Entered final week of season 30th on money list, $22,595 behind Andrew Magee, who was 29th. Fell to 31st when Bill Glasson jumped from 54th to 27th with Las Vegas Invitational victory.
In June, became the first player in six years to win first two TOUR titles in consecutive weeks. Bernhard Langer (1985 Masters and Heritage) was previous player.