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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Posted three finishes in the top 25 in his ninth year on PGA TOUR Champions. His best was a T20 finish at the Sanford International. Advanced to the first Playoffs event, the Dominion Energy Charity Classic and finished No. 62 in the standings.
Enjoyed his most productive year since 2010, finishing 32nd on the Charles Schwab Cup money list and posting five top-10 finishes, including a second and a third place.
Had his most productive season on PGA TOUR Champions since his rookie season in 2011, advancing through to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
Health issues limited his season to just 15 appearances, during which he did not record a top-10 finish.
Troubled by bone spurs early in the season and missed almost two months after he underwent arthroscopic surgery for bursitis in April.
For the first time in his career, dating to 1982, did not make a PGA TOUR start. Made 23 starts on the Champions Tour, highlighted by four top-10 finishes. A late-season push helped him secure a 28th-place finish on the final money list.
Made just five PGA TOUR starts, with one made-cut. Instead, focused primarily on the Champions Tour. Solid rookie season on the PGA TOUR Champions included three runner-up finishes and 10 top-10 performances in 23 starts. Ended his first season on the PGA TOUR Champions as the last of 13 players over the million-dollar mark in official earnings.
Underwent back surgery in June. As a result, played the 2010 season on a Minor Medical Extension. Had seven events to earn $159,377 and earn Major Medical Extension for rest of the 2010 season. Made 10 of 19 cuts with one top-10 finish.
Earned more than $1.5 million, the first time in his career he surpassed $1 million in a season. This was keyed by a career high-tying five top-10s (also 1999). Turned 50 in October 2009 to become eligible to join the Champions Tour.
Posted two top-10s and returned to the top 125.
Finished outside the top-125 for the first time since 2002.
Made the cut in 10 of final 12 starts to finish No. 122 on the money list.
With two-year exemption in hand after winning the 2003 Valero Texas Open, posted two top-10s to finish in the top 100 on the money list.
Finished 161st on the money list. Played in 32 PGA TOUR events and posted three top-25s.
Earned full-exempt status for the third consecutive season on the strength of two top-10s.
Finished among the top-60 on the TOUR money list for the first time since 1990.
Found success on Web.com Tour, winning Miami Valley and Cleveland Opens in consecutive weeks to become first player to win back-to-back Web.com Tour events. Finished seventh on Web.com Tour money list to gain spot on 1995 TOUR.