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PGA TOUR Victories (9)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (18)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (6)
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Played another full schedule with 21 starts on his card with four top-10 finishes. Competed in the first two Charles Schwab Cup playoffs events but did not advance to the finals in Phoenix. Finished 41st on the final money list.
With duties as the captain of the U.S. Presidents Cup team, he played in just 15 events, the fewest he has played in a season since 2005.
Incredibly, only two of his 64 rounds during the campaign were over par, the fewest ever by a player in a full Champions Tour season. Ranked second only to Bernhard Langer in Scoring (68.39) and Birdie Average (4.41), while being the leading player in the All-Around category (91). Went from the final day of the Regions Tradition (May 18) through the second round of the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship (October 31) without an over-par round. His 38 scores of par or better during this stretch set an all-time Champions Tour mark, eclipsing Loren Roberts' previous record of 37 consecutive during the 2006-07 seasons. During this run, also had a season-best streak of 28 consecutive sub-par scores. During the week of the Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf, was named the captain for the 2015 United States Presidents Cup team. Had perhaps the most remarkable season by a player over age 60, finishing third in both earnings and Charles Schwab Cup points, thanks to 17 top-10s, the most he's had in a single season since 2007 (18). Was among the top-30 money-winners for a tenth consecutive year.
Was among the top-30 money-winners on the Champions Tour for a ninth consecutive year and six of his seven top-10 efforts during the campaign came in the first half of the season. Inducted into the Illinois Golf Hall of Fame in October.
Seventh-place showing in earnings marked the the fifth time in nine full-time Champions Tour seasons he's been among the top 10. Supassed the $1-million mark for the sixth time.
Played his best golf in the second half of the season, returning to the winner's circle for the first time since the fall, 2009 campaign and also registered a pair of runner-up performances as well.
Streak of seasons with at least one victory ended at five consecutive years and did not record a top-three finish in any event for the first time as a Champions Tour member. After having the second-best scoring mark from 2006-2009, averaged more than a stroke higher in 2010 and slipped to 19th, the first time over 70 (70.44).
Won multiple titles for a fifth straight year and finished fourth in official earnings and fifth in the Charles Schwab Cup race. Played his best golf late in the season when he was either first or second in four of his last five appearances and claimed titles in consecutive starts for the second straight year. Finished second in Scoring Average for the fourth straight year.
Claimed his second Charles Schwab Cup on the strength of two victories and 14 top-10 finishes. Went into the season-ending event in Sonoma with just a 12-point margin over Funk and, despite not finishing in the top-10 at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, claimed the Schwab Cup and $1-million payout when Funk did not record a top-10 finish either. Margin of victory in Schwab Cup race was the tightest in history. Champions Tour Player of the Month for May. Lost Byron Nelson trophy to Bernhard Langer by one-hundreth of a point (69.66).
Grabbed the Arnold Palmer Award as the Champions Tour's leading money-winner for the second consecutive year and posted a Tour-best four victories. His performance eventually led to Player of the Year honors for a second consecutive season. Led all players with 18 top-10 finishes and finished second to Loren Roberts in the Charles Schwab Cup race. Player of the Month in both April and June.
Spent most of the season playing primarily on the Champions Tour, where he was voted Player of the Year and captured the Charles Schwab Cup and its $1-million annuity. Became the first player since Hale Irwin in 2002 to claim both the Arnold Palmer Award as the leading money winner and the season-long Charles Schwab Cup crown. Earned a Champions Tour career-best $2,420,227 to win the money title by $54,832, but his margin in the Charles Schwab Cup race was only 20 points as Roberts missed a short putt for on No. 18 which would have given Roberts the title. Charles Schwab Cup title earned him a $1-million payout. Won four titles during the season, sharing that distinction with Roberts. Also made five cuts in seven starts on the PGA TOUR.
Made 16 starts on the PGA TOUR and made 12 cuts. Was voted as the Champions Tour Rookie of the Year after turning in an outstanding month of October.
Recorded seven top-10s and placed 27th on the PGA TOUR money list. Made more than $1 million for just the second time in his 28 years on TOUR.
Finished in the Top 30 on the money list for the first time since 1995 and his 15th-place finish on the list was the highest since he finished 13th in 1982. Although he did not win, the 49-year old posted two runner-up finishes.
Made 10 of his first 11 cuts on the way to then-second-best earnings year of career.
After finishing outside the top 125 for the first time in his career in 2000, came back to regain fully exempt status for 2002. Finished 92nd on the money list, with $565,141 in earnings. Made 15 cuts in first 19 starts.
Finished outside the top 125 on the money list for the first time since turning pro in 1976.
Earned five top-10s, including a pair of third-place finishes, for first time since 1995. Finished among the top 60 on the TOUR money list for the 19th time in his 23 year career.
Among the top 60 on the PGA TOUR money list for the 18th time in his 22-year career. Enjoyed four top-10 finishes.
Recorded four top-10s and 11 top-25 finishes in this 24 starts. Made first seven cuts of year, but first top 10 did not occur until 11th start.
Ranked among top-40 on money list for fifth consecutive year. Played in 26 tournaments, making the cut in 21 and finishing among the top 25 in 11 of those starts.
Led the TOUR in top-10 finishes (11) while recording his best earrings year, with $822,259. Up-and-down start to the season with three top-10s and nine missed cut in first 13 starts.
Didn't win for first time in three seasons but still enjoyed an earnings campaign comparable to previous two, falling just short of the $600,000 mark in winnings. Stretch of six top-25 finishes in seven starts assured third consecutive trip to the TOUR Championship. Those seven events produced $171,197, lifting him to $474,976 heading into inaugural Presidents Cup.
Surpassed the $600,000 mark in earnings for the second time in his career and picked up his ninth and final PGA TOUR victory along the way. Won the subsequent playoff with a birdie on the second extra hole. Made 24 consecutive cuts to start the season. Had five other top-10 finishes.
Enjoyed most productive year from an earnings standpoint, and received the largest winner's check of his career. Steady performances throughout the year earned him six top-10 finishes.
His season produced three top-10s and eight top-25s.
Enjoyed 17 made cuts in 30 starts, including five top-10s—and two runner-up showings.
Posted six top-10s during the season, including a victory.
Five top-10s and 24 made cut in 29 starts, including a playoff victory at the Big ""I"" Houston Open.
Hot stretch in the spring included four straight top-10s.
Made the cut 20 times in 29 starts with three top-10 and seven top-25 finishes.
Three top-10s, 12 top-25s and 20 made cuts in 27 events.
Eight top-10 finishes, including two T2s.
Missed the cut twice in 29 events and registered 10 top-10 finishes, including two wins for a second consecutive year.
Won multiple titles for the first time in his career.
Turned in seven top-10s in 26 made cuts among his 30 starts.
Enjoyed 12 made cuts in 28 events, with seven top-10s.