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PGA TOUR Victories (11)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (10)
Additional Victories (5)
Made 15 starts during the year. Did some on-course broadcasting work for Golf Channel during PGA TOUR Champions events along with continuing his studio duties on Morning Drive.
Failed to finish among the top 30 for the first time in his Champions Tour career. Troubled early in the year with a rib injury. Continued his studio work for Golf Channel.
Despite missing 10 weeks of the season, and five events, with an injury (suffered a left-rib fracture to his ninth rib), managed to rebound and secure a spot among the top-20 on the final money list for a seventh straight year.
Seemed to play his best golf in the first part of the year, registering a win and two third-place efforts within his first 10 events of the campaign. In early October, was inducted into the Southern California Golf Association Hall of Fame.
Saw his streak of years winning at least one event each year come to a halt (five consecutive) when he was winless in 23 starts. Enjoyed a nice two-week run in North Carolina in October.
Finished third on the official money list for the third consecutive season and among the top-five money-winners for a fourth straight year. Won three official events in a year for the first time since the 1992 PGA TOUR season, tying Tom Lehman for most Champions Tour victories, Also lost two other tournaments in playoffs.
Named the Champions Tour Player of the Month for October.
Limited to 10 events due a torn labrum and several cysts in his right shoulder. After missing the cut at the Masters, underwent surgery in Orlando that put him out of action until a rehab assignment at the Albertsons Boise Open on the Nationwide Tour in September. Played two more events in October, missing the cut in each. Received a Major Medical Extension for 2004. Coupled with $78,931 earned in 10 events in 2003, had the opportunity to play in 19 events to earn $408,564 and match the $487,495 winnings of 2003's No. 125, Esteban Toledo.
Posted six top-10s for the first time since 1998.
Finished among the top-100 on the money list for the 19th time in his 21-year career on the PGA TOUR.
Streak of three straight seasons with a victory ended.
Finished in the top five at two of the majors.
Surpassed $1 million in season earnings, winning three times.
Had two playoff losses, to Tom Kite on the first extra hole at Federal Express St. Jude Classic and to Bob Tway on first extra hole at Las Vegas Invitational.
Underwent hand surgery.