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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (15)
Named the recipient of the PGA Distinguished Service Award from the PGA of America, the organization's highest honor.
Received the PGA TOUR Lifetime Achievement Award, joining Gene Sarazen, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Jack Burke, Jr., and Pete Dye as a recipient of that award.
Made his final Champions Tour start.
Received the Bruno Award, presented annually by the Champions Tour Tournament Association to an individual or organization who has made outstanding contributions to the Tour. Made one Champions Tour start.
Made one Champions Tour start.
Made three Champion Tour starts.
Received his highest professional honor when the World Golf Hall of Fame inducted him. Did not make a competitive appearance during the season.
Again made seven starts.
Played in seven official events.
Final full season on Tour resulted in one top-10 and an 85th-place finish on the money list.
Played his first full Champions Tour season, recording two-top-10s in 26 starts.
Retired as PGA TOUR commissioner on June 1, with Deputy Commissioner Tim Finchem succeeding him. Made his Champions Tour playing debut that season, appearing in four tournaments.
Announced the formation of the Ben Hogan Tour for younger, up-and-coming players, a circuit now known as the Web.com Tour.
Was instrumental in the formation of the Senior PGA Tour, now known as the Champions Tour.
Retired from an active PGA TOUR playing career when on March 1 he succeeded Joe Dey as the TOUR's second commissioner.
Won his fourth PGA TOUR tournament in five years—his final PGA TOUR title.
Held the 21st-place position on the final money list, a career-high $84,784 in winnings.
Played in a career-high 36 TOUR tournaments, making 30 cuts. Secured seven top-10's and two disappointing, runner-up efforts.
Won a TOUR event for a second consecutive season, making 22 cuts in 33 events played for a No. 38 position on the final money list.
Played a full PGA TOUR slate for the first time, making 17 cuts in 30 starts and finishing 87th on the money list.
Turned professional this season.
Won his fourth Eastern Amateur title and second in succession. Also took home the Porter Cup title.
Won his third Eastern Amateur title.
Made his first World Amateur Team Championship, helping the U.S. to its first title in the second annual event.
Made the cut in both of his PGA TOUR starts.
Successfully defended his South Florida Amateur.