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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Claimed his first victory since 2013 at the DICK'S Sporting Goods Open and became the tournament's first repeat winner. It was his third top-10 of the season and he advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the fifth time in his career. Finished No. 34 in the standings.
Played just 15 events, fewest he has played in a season on Tour. Did not have a top-10 finish for the first time in his career. Was third overall in driving accuracy at 81.1%.
Among the PGA TOUR Champions' top-25 money-winners for the third consecutive season and had a pair of second-place finishes in consecutive events early in the year. Named the PGA TOUR Champions Player of the Month for January/February.
Was among the top-10 finishers in more than a third of his starts but did not have a performance better than fifth in any event. Played his best golf in the first half of the season and, in one stretch, was among the top seven in four of seven starts.
Was fully healthy for the first time since 2009 and took advantage during his PGA TOUR Champions rookie year, finishing among the top 20 on the final money list, thanks to seven top-10 performances in 20 official starts. Started his year by playing a pair of PGA TOUR events on a Major Medical Extension. Failed to meet the terms of his Major Medical Extension after his two starts on the TOUR, coming up short on the amount of money he needed for conditional status. Proved to himself he could again play at a high level, pocketing more than $950,000, the most he's made in a season since 2008, his career-best earnings year on the PGA TOUR ($1.7 million).
Did not play due to ongoing wrist issues.
Wrist injury forced him to not make a start on the PGA TOUR for the first time since the 1998 season.
Played 17 events, making 12 cuts. Suffered a left-wrist injury near the end of the 2009 season and a pair of subsequent surgeries kept him out of action for almost three years, returned to the PGA TOUR midway through the 2012 season.
Recorded a runner-up finish and a third place during the season.
Consistent season with seven top-25s in 26 starts. Played in all four majors for the first time.
At age 42, enjoyed a career year with two victories and a top-10 finish on the money list. Finished the season 24th in the Official World Golf Ranking after beginning the campaign 139th.
Played in only six events after earning TOUR card through the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament for the fifth time. Season was cut short due to elbow surgery (March 4). Did not play after Sony Open in Hawaii until Reno-Tahoe Open in August. Received Major Medical Extension for 2004.
Missed first half of season due to rehabilitation from elbow surgery that occurred in December 2000. Did not play in a TOUR event until June at the FedEx St. Jude Classic and made only 10 starts.
Finished 146th on the money list.
Played in one PGA TOUR event, the U.S. Open, missing the cut.
Played full-time on the Korn Ferry Tour, with 21 starts.
Enjoyed two top-10 finishes in rookie season.
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