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PGA TOUR Victories (18)
Additional Victories (5)
Made three Champions Tour starts.
Made six official starts.
Made 14 Champions Tour starts.
Made 12 Champions Tour starts.
Received his highest professional honor when the World Golf Hall of Fame inducted him, along with the LPGA's Kathy Whitworth. Underwent a heart bypass to open a clogged artery.
Made his last PGA TOUR appearance.
Made his last two PGA TOUR cuts.
Only made one cut.
Passed the $1-million mark in career earnings.
Made 14 cuts, including made cuts in both of his major championship starts.
Had an impressive start to his season that saw him make five cuts in an abbreviated year. Was inducted into the PGA Hall of Fame.
Had a strong PGA TOUR season, with six top-10s among his 16 made cuts.
Made 14 PGA TOUR cuts and earned two top-10s during the year.
On the PGA TOUR, came close to winning twice at age 51. The American Golf Hall of Fame at Foxburg CC in Foxburg, Pa inducted him, along with Cary Middlecoff, Jock Hutchison and Walter J. Travis.
Made 18 cuts and enjoyed three top-10's.
Played in three of the four major championships, making the cut in all three. Played a full campaign, finishing 38th on the money list. Was in contention three times but came away winless.
Won the final two tournaments of his career and solidified his position as one of the great players of his generation. Sandwiched between his two wins were a pair of fourth-place performances. At age 48, became the oldest winner in major championship history.
Enjoyed a banner season, winning a career-high three times and making 23 PGA TOUR cuts, earning $126,786 and finishing fourth on the money list.
Picked up his second consecutive 23rd-place finish on the money list, with nine top-10s but no victories for a second consecutive year. Best result was a T4 at the Cleveland Open in August and a T4 at the Houston Champions International in November.
Had a pair of third-place finishes as highlights of his season that resulted in a 23rd-place finish on the money list.
Had his career-best season as a professional, finishing third on the money list and recording 21 top-25s in 23 made cuts on his way to a three-victory season–including his second U.S. Open title.
Had a productive season, with 10 top-10s and a 23rd-place finish on the money list.
Did not enjoy a top-three performance but was able to record six top-10s in his 26 made cuts.
Won a TOUR title for a third consecutive season.
Won his first title of the year in September. Earned a spot on his first U.S. Ryder Cup team, playing for captain Sam Snead. In his foursomes match against Dai Rees and Ken Bousfield, joined with Dow Finsterwald to win, 2-up. Did not play in singles.
Enjoyed a two-victory season and a sixth-place finish on the money list. Named to the PGA Tournament Committee, a post he held until 1960.
Went winless for a second consecutive year, falling to 32nd on the money list. Added back-to-back top-10s early in the year, on consecutive weeks in February. Played his best golf during a two-month stretch, beginning in April.
Played an abbreviated schedule, making seven starts and not recording a win, his streak of two consecutive seasons with at least one victory ending.
Led the money list for a second time, winning once and finishing second twice. In his 23 made cuts, had 11 top-10's.
Won multiple titles in a season for a second time, capturing two events.
Had something of a disappointing season, playing in 20 events and finishing 30th on the money list.
Won twice and was named the PGA Player of the Year, leading the TOUR in money earned.
Made 15 cuts and had six top-10 finishes.
Left behind a job as an accountant to become a professional golfer.
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