Took six weeks off during 1995 season to coach son's Little League team.
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PGA TOUR Victories (5)
1985 Lite Quad Cities Open
1986 Hertz Bay Hill Classic
1990 Shearson Lehman Hutton Open
1992 Buick Open
2002 SEI Pennsylvania Classic
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
2009 AT&T Champions Classic
2010 Regions Charity Classic
2012 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai
PGA TOUR Champions (1)
1992 JCPenney Classic [with Dottie Mochrie].
2009: Did not play an event on the PGA TOUR in 2009 but was among the top-10 in over a third of his starts (8 of 23) in his first full Champions Tour season and finished ninth on the money list, his highest standing ever on any Tour, with more than $1.2 million. The highlight of his year came when he won his first Champions Tour event, the AT&T Champions Classic, in his 12th career start. Shot 66 in the final round to come from five strokes back and then defeated Don Pooley with a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole at Valencia CC. 2008: Split time between PGA TOUR and Champions Tour, claiming a pair of top-25 finishes in 11 starts on the PGA TOUR and a Champions Tour-best T8 at the AT&T Championship in one of eight starts. 2007: Finished T6 at the Valero Texas Open to record his only top-10 finish of the season. It was his first top-10 finish in a TOUR event since finishing T6 at the 2003 Chrysler Championship. 2003: Earned more than $1 million for the second straight season on the strength of four top-10s. Carded 9-under-par 62 at TPC Canyons during the first round of the 2003 Las Vegas Invitational to tie his career low, first posted in the second round of the 1988 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. 2002: With win at SEI Pennsylvania Classic, earned first TOUR victory since 1992 Buick Open, and more than doubled previous best year on TOUR in earnings with $1,318,570. Span of events between wins was 246 tournaments, or 10 years, one month and six days. One of five players in his 40s to win in 2003. Eagled the 72nd hole to win. Opened with a 73 but secured win by shooting 16-under the rest of the way. A 68 in the second round and a course-record-tying 64 in third round put him in position. Final-round 65 was good enough to finish one stroke ahead of Robert Allenby and Billy Andrade. 2001: Finished strong to slip into the top 125 and maintain exempt status. Registered largest paycheck of the year in his last outing with a solo fourth in the Southern Farm Bureau Classic, worth $115,200. Started the week 137th in earnings and vaulted to 114th to regain fully-exempt status. 2000: Missed keeping full playing privileges by the narrowest of margin. Finished 128th on money list with 17 cuts made in 27 starts. Actually held 125th spot heading into the season's last full-field event at the Southern Farm Bureau Classic. Missed the cut that week and dropped three spots
Highlight of season was his best finish in three years when he placed T3 at the MCI Classic. Also placed T9 at Westin Texas Open. 1999: T10 in the Kemper Open was first top-10 since 1998 Motorola Western Open. 1998: Posted three top-10s to once again finish in top 100 on money list. 1997: Best year without a victory with four top-10s, including a second and a third. 1992: Best season on TOUR when he won the Buick Open and finished second three times on way to 10th-place finish on money list. T7 at PGA Championship and THE TOUR Championship that year, as well. 1990: Third victory came at Shearson Lehman Hutton Open, by two over Tommy Armour III 1987: Winner of the 1987 MCI Long Distance Driving Competition. 1986: Won rain-shortened Bay Hill Classic with rounds of 68-67-67--202. 1985: First TOUR victory came at Lite Quad Cities Open. Amateur: Two-time All-American at Arizona State.