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PGA TOUR Victories (12)
Additional Victories (2)
Did not compete in an event in 2015.
Did not compete in an event.
Did not compete in an event during the season. Named the winner of the 2013 Gold Tee Award from the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association. It is the MGWA's highest honor and is awarded to an individual whose career achievements exemplify the best spirit and traditions of the sport of golf. He will receive the award at a function in June in New York.
Did not compete in an event during the season.
Made just four starts in his first Champions Tour year and a lone appearance on the PGA TOUR. Was sidelined for the remainder of the year after suffering cracked ribs and abrasions in a motorcycle accident on September 10 near his home in Florida. Continued work for ESPN as analyst for several golf events.
Played out of the Major Medical Extension category due to a back injury.
Made just nine starts in a season. Played out of the Major Medical Extension category due to a back injury. Had five tournaments to make up that status for the remainder of 2009.
Limited to 13 events due to a back injury. Did not play after the Travelers Championship in June. Granted Major Medical Extension and had 14 events in 2008 to earn $611,111 (combined with 2007 earnings of $174,069, would equal 2007's No. 125 earnings of $785,180) and receive Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the 2008 campaign.
Finished in the top 125 for the first time since the 2002 season, thanks to seven top-25s, including one top-10. Combined partial status on TOUR with work as analyst for ABC golf telecasts, paired with host Mike Tirico and co-analyst Nick Faldo. Used his one-time top 50 on the PGA TOUR career money list exemption for the season. Named U.S. Ryder Cup captain on Nov. 6.
Made 10 of 22 cuts with two top-25s and finished 187th on money list.
Missed cut in final two events to finish No. 126 on the money list, outside the top 125 for the second consecutive season. Managed to post three top-10s.
Fighting an ailing back and hip, slumped to 169th on the money list, making only 10 cuts in 26 starts.
Finished in the top 100 for the eighth consecutive season and 17th time in 20-year career.
Made more than $1.5 million and missed just one cut for the second year in a row. Finished season making 18 consecutive cuts, the second-longest current streak behind Tiger Woods' 78.
Recipient of GWAA Ben Hogan Award in 1995, given to the individual who has continued to be active in golf despite physical handicap or serious illness.
Played in only four events following chemotherapy and radiation treatments.
Enjoyed finest season of career before being diagnosed with lymphoma in right shoulder blade in December. Kept the longest active winning streak on TOUR, seven years, going with three victories. Ten top-three finishes were most since Tom Watson in 1980. Finished second on money list to Nick Price.
Missed nine tournaments during the middle of the season after having right shoulder surgery on June 20.
Had 13 top-10s in 25 starts, the most in one season during his career.
Three-time winner, when he finished second on money list behind Curtis Strange. Named 1987 PGA and Golf World Player of the Year.
PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament medalist.
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