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PGA TOUR Victories (51)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (9)
International Victories (14)
Additional Victories (10)
Received the PGA of America's Distinguished Service Award in 2010.
Honored by the Nissan Open in Los Angeles for his contributions to the tournament.
Named Golfweek's Father of the Year and was selected as the Memorial Tournament's honoree that same season.
Made 25 starts.
Was 11th on the Super Seniors' money list, with $110,583.
Made 18 Champions Tour starts.
Had two Champions Tour top-10s. Missed the cut in both of his PGA TOUR starts.
Slowed much of the year by a nagging hand injury involving nerves. Had a hot streak in the middle of the year in three consecutive appearances.
Did not record a top-three for the first time since turning 50, with his best showings two T5. Also finished sixth five different times.
Went win-less but did have two runner-up performances and totaled 14 top-10s in 21 starts.
Finished seventh on the money list.
Highlight of the season was his induction into the PGA Golf Professional Hall of Fame.
Played five PGA TOUR events, missing the cut in all of them.
Did not make a cut in his nine starts.
The World Golf Hall of Fame, located at Pinehurst at the time, inducted him as a member of the Hall's fifth class, joining Dorothy Campbell Hurd Howe, Bing Crosby, Harold Hilton and Clifford Roberts as inductees.
Had six top-10s.
Picked up two international victories.
Enjoyed two international victories.
Was again a multiple winner, with three other close calls. Both his wins came at places where he had won three times previous.
Went winless for the first time since 1955.
Capped his season by earning PGA Player of the Year honors and taking home his third Byron Nelson Award.
Had three wins but also suffered through two runner-up showings.
Did not have a runner-up finish for the first time since 1963.
Had a career earnings year ($129,423) but only finished third on the money list. Won twice, both of the titles coming in playoffs. Had two second-place finishes. In total, he had 14 top-10s.
Had three runner-up finishes. Added a second consecutive Vardon Trophy and fourth in seven years, and took home his first Byron Nelson Award as the TOUR's leading money-winner ($121,945).
Won the Vardon Trophy for the third time but missed eclipsing the $100,000 mark in season earnings by $68. Finished third on the money list for a second consecutive season and third time overall. Won four times.
Began a three-year streak where he won four tournaments each year. Finished third on the money list.
Won his second Vardon Trophy and picked up two victories.
Would only record one victory, his only non-multiple win season between 1957 and 1970. Although he didn't win in Portland until late in the season, he had a string of seven consecutive top-10 finishes. He had 18 top-10s in his 24 starts. Finished fourth on the money list for the fourth consecutive season.
Won the Vardon Trophy for the first time on the strength of a late-season flurry. After going winless through the spring and summer, he found his winning ways late in the year.
Had his first multiple-victory season, winning twice.
Finished the season 12th on the money list in only his second full season.