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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (5)
Additional Victories (4)
PGA TOUR (0-2)
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (1-1)
Made 17 starts in the 2019 season and finished No. 92 on the Charles Schwab Cup money list.
Played in 22 events and posted just one top-25 finish, the fewest in his career.
Suffered through a frustrating season due to an elbow injury which limited him to just nine events.
Had just four top-10 finishes in 2015, the fewest he's had in a season on the Champions Tour with all four coming in the first half of the year.
Was one of only two players (David Frost) to play in every tournament. Had the majority of his success during the campaign in a two-month period in the summer when he was among the top 10 four times in five tournaments.
Claimed multiple titles in a season for the first time since 2010 and finished fifth on the final money list, the third time he's placed among the top five in single-season Champions Tour earnings.
Despite back woes, which caused him to miss nearly three months of the season, he still posted six top-10 finishes and earned a spot in the top 30 for the fourth consecutive year. Withdrew after two rounds at the U.S. Senior Open with a back problem, which subsequently kept him out of The Open Championship as well as the opportunity to defend his Senior Open Championship title. Did not return to the Champions Tour until the SAS Championship in early October.
Made just 17 appearances and was sidelined from late April until early July with a right-wrist injury, returning to action at the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Still managed to finish among the top-five money-winners for a second consecutive year, thanks to top-five finishes in five of his first seven tournaments and eventually the biggest victory of his career in late July in England.
Led all players in Birdies with 321, and was T2 in Sub-Par Rounds with 46.
One of the great success stories of the season which ended with him winning Rookie of the Year honors. The left-hander started the season as a conditionally-exempt player after a T11 finish at the 2008 Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament, but he parlayed strong play into a top-30 finish on the money list and fully-exempt status for 2010. Closed the year with five top-10 finishes in his last six starts, earning $583,360 in those starts for an average of $97,227 per start in that span.
Finished outside the top 150 (No. 194) on the 2004 PGA TOUR money list for the third consecutive season.
Earned his PGA TOUR card for the third time. Also qualified in 2001 and 1982. Made the cut in two of four events on the 2003 PGA TOUR. Made the cut in 11 of 16 events on the 2003 Nationwide Tour. Finished the season No. 69 on the money list, with $72,505. Posted five top-25 finishes, including two trips inside the top-10. Made the cut in two of four events on the 2003 PGA TOUR. Posted five top-25 finishes, including two trips inside the top-10.
Finished outside the top 125 for consecutive seasons for the first time in his 20-year career, placing No. 179 on the 2002 PGA TOUR money list, with $176,111. Made the cut in exactly half of the 24 tournaments he played in, including one top-25 finish.
In 1999, rallied to keep his exempt status with three top-10 finishes in last nine starts.
After finishing outside top 125 for first time in career in 1995, returned to form in 1996.
Won two Tournament Players Series events in 1983 and was TPS leading money winner that year, which earned him TOUR exemption in 1984.
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