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PGA TOUR Victories (13)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (4)
International Victories (6)
Additional Victories (14)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Slipped from 36th to 68th on the money list with just two top-25 finishes in 21 starts.
Missed the early portion of the year while recovering from December surgery for a severed tendon in his right hand, resulting from an accident that occurred on Thanksgiving day in 2014.
Saw his string of top-30 finishes come to a close at four when he finished 32nd on the final money list. His two best showings during the year came in the spring. Made six of eight PGA TOUR cuts while utilizing his one-time exemption in the top 50 on the TOUR career money list.
Will use his top-50 on PGA TOUR career money list exemption for the 2013-14 season.
Enjoyed another successful year, adding a victory to his resume along with 11 top-10 finishes and a sixth-place finish on the season-ending money list. Topped the $1-million mark for the second year in succession. Also led all players in Birdie Average (4.49) and in Total Birdies (323).
Despite winning just once, turned in a stellar first full season on the PGA TOUR Champions, earning the Byron Nelson Trophy for lowest stroke average (69.04) and finishing second in official earnings, with more than $1.8 million. Led the PGA TOUR Champions in top-10 finishes, with 15 in his 22 starts on the circuit and was among the top-five in five events, including three majors. Named the PGA TOUR Champions Player of the Month for August. Led the PGA TOUR Champions in Sub-Par Rounds with 57 and, along with Peter Senior, had the most Rounds in the 60s with 43. Full-time Champions Tour player made six starts on the PGA TOUR.
Joined the PGA TOUR Champions in June and made a quick impression, with six top-10 finishes in 14 starts and an 18th-place finish on the final money list. Ended his full-time status on the PGA TOUR with his 24th consecutive appearance at the Memorial Tournament and announced his decision to play the Champions Tour with occasional starts on the PGA TOUR in coming years. Played in 16 PGA TOUR tournaments and failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time since 1985.
Coming off left-knee and left-foot surgery the previous season, missed the cut in his first two starts of the season, but then recorded consecutive top-10s in next two starts. Eligible for the Champions Tour in June.
Finished outside the top 125 on the money list (No. 133) for the first time since the 1985 season. Season came to an end after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on Oct. 15 in Phoenix to repair the torn medial meniscus in his left knee. It was his first knee operation since 2003 and the fifth since 1985, with three on his right knee and two on his left.
Won the PODS Championship, shattered his career-best in earnings with nearly $3 million and notched two top-10s in the FedExCup Playoffs en route to an eighth-place finish in the standings.
Finished in the top 125 for the 21st consecutive season on TOUR.
Finished in the top 30 (No. 25) on the money list for first time since 2001 and earned more than $2 million for the first time in his 24-year TOUR career.
Did not secure his card until the second-to-last tournament of the season. Finished season No. 112, the first time he had been out of the top 65 since 1985, when he finished No. 162.
Surpassed $1 million in earnings for the sixth time in seven years despite battling various back and knee injuries. Surpassed $15 million in career earnings.
Finished out of the top 50 on the PGA TOUR money list for only the second time since 1987. Experimented with combination of long putter and ""claw"" grip at several events.
Earned a then-personal best $1,991,576. Claimed first victory since 1998. Putting improvement key to season. Used the ""Claw"" putting grip which he began experimenting with early in the 2000 season.
Finished 23rd on the money list with two seconds and two thirds. Nine top-10 finishes was most since nine in 1990. Became the 10th player in TOUR history to top the $10-million mark in career earnings after winning $84,390.
Won twice in U.S. earlier that year.