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PGA TOUR Victories (10)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (6)
International Victories (2)
Additional Victories (11)
PGA TOUR (2-3)
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (1-2)
Posted three top-10s, including a season-best sixth-place finish at the Mastercard Japan Championship, and finished 48th in the Charles Schwab Cup.
In his 10th year on PGA TOUR Champions, posted three finishes in the top 10. His best was a T5 finish at the Insperity Invitational. Advanced to the second Playoffs event, the Invesco QQQ Championship (T18) and finished No. 44 in the standings, failing to advance to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time in his career.
Qualified for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Champions for the eighth consecutive year and surpassed $9 million in career earnings on PGA TOUR Championsâ€¦Closed the year with 10 consecutive sub-par rounds.
Finished 13th on the final money list, surpassed the $1 million mark in season earnings for the fifth time in his career and qualified for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the seventh consecutive year.
Season highlighted by his sixth career victory on the PGA TOUR Champions at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic.
Went winless for the first time since 2011 and was the only player with more than seven figures in single-season earnings who did not register a victory. Joined Russ Cochran as the only other player to appear in all 26 events. Still managed to record nine top-10s, with five of those performances coming in the latter third of the season. Led the PGA TOUR Champions in Putting Average for the second consecutive year (1.703) and, along with Bernhard Langer, made the most birdies (334).
Had his best season on the PGA TOUR Champions, with more than $1.8 million in earnings and a fourth-place finish in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings. Was among the top three six times in 25 appearances and won twice for the second consecutive year.
Enjoyed his finest year since joining the PGA TOUR Champions in late 2009. Recorded multiple victories in a season for the first time since 1993 on the PGA TOUR and had his highest finish on the money list (ninth) in his three full-time seasons on the circuit. Led all players in Sand Save Percentage and had the lowest Par-3 scoring average during the year (2.93).
Did not earn a victory in his second full PGA TOUR Champions season but was in contention on the last day several times and managed to register seven overall top-10s among his 23 appearances. Played a pair of events on the European Senior Tour.
Made five starts on the PGA TOUR Champions after turning 50 in mid-September and was among the top 10 three times. Played primarily on the European Tour prior to his 50th birthday and appeared in 17 events with six cuts made.
Entering the season with partial status, played in 26 events and finished among the top 125 at No. 114. Finished T7 in Putting Average at 1.729.
Used top-50 career money winners exemption after finishing No. 177 on the TOUR money list the previous year. Kept fully-exempt status for the 2002 season by finishing 101st on money list, his highest spot since 1997 when he ended the season at No. 50. Led TOUR in putting average (1.708) for second time in career (first in 1993).
Began and ended the year with good play on the South African Tour, with two top-5s in January and another in December.
Started year by making eight consecutive cuts.
Earned first two TOUR victories in a year when he finished in top-three eight times. Finished third three times in first seven starts. Finished runner-up three times in six-week stretch in spring.