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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
Additional Victories (10)
Competed in just 10 events, the fewest he's played in a PGA TOUR Champions season since playing just seven in his abbreviated 2011 campaign when he turned 50 in August. Made just two starts after July.
Played in just 12 events during the season as he continued his broadcast work for Fox Sports. Had a pair of top-25 finishes. Made just two starts after July.
Had a streak of 281 holes without a three-putt during the campaign. Worked as an analyst for Fox Sports during the year.
Became expected to play a limited schedule in 2015 as he would join Fox Sports as a member of its golf broadcast team, where he would serve as the lead studio analyst and hole announcer for the network's USGA events.
Finished 41st on the money list in his first full Champions Tour season and had a pair of top-10 finishes. Honored in April at the annual Golf Writers Association of America Awards Dinner in Augusta with the ASAP Sports/Jim Murray Award, given to a player for his cooperation, quotability and accommodation to the media.
Made a dozen PGA TOUR starts prior to joining the Champions Tour. After turning 50 in August, split his time between the PGA TOUR and Champions Tour. Made 12 TOUR starts and seven on the Champions Tour, where he claimed three top-30 finishes, highlighted by a win.
Worked as an analyst for NBC golf broadcasts during the season. Did not record a top-10 finish for the fifth straight season. Played under Top 50 PGA TOUR Career Money exemption.
Playing on a Top 25 in Career Money Exemption that carried over from 2008, played 23 events and made five cuts.
Underwent ACL and microfracture surgery on his right leg in December 2007 and did not make his first start of the season until early October at the Turning Stone Resort Championship. Missed the cut in all three starts of the year.
Finished outside the top 150 in earnings for the first time since 1983 and used a one-time, top-25 all-time money list exemption for 2008. Underwent season-ending foot surgery on August 23.
Made only 13 cuts in 26 events entered.
Three weeks after winning, had surgery on September 13 to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and missed the remainder of the season. He injured his knee in late 2003 and played in pain for almost two years. Recipient of the Payne Stewart Award, given at the TOUR Championship.
Slow start to the season due to an injury in the off-season. Missed the first month of the season rehabilitating a torn right anterior cruciate ligament without surgery. Made his first start at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro Am on February 5, where he missed the cut. Had a stretch of 362 consecutive holes without a three-putt, the longest on TOUR in five years. Streak lasted 19 rounds, from PGA in August to Chrysler Classic of Greensboro in mid-October.
Notched eight top-10s spread over seven months with career-best earnings of $2,718,445.
Despite not winning on TOUR for the first time since 1998, finished season 31st on TOUR money list with $1,814,672.
Returned to the top 30 on money list (18th) for first time since 1997. Earned a victory for third consecutive year.
Earned his third putting title. Led the TOUR in Putting Average in 1996 and 1999 and in 2000 had a 1.704 average (a new record at the time).
For second straight year finished among top-10 on TOUR money list.
Surpassed $1 million in earnings for first time on strength of four runner-up finishes. Made all 22 cuts.
Featured five top-10s and first selection to Ryder Cup Team.
Earned two TOUR victories.
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