1994 PGA Philanthropy, Japan PGA Matchplay Championship, Thailand Open.
1995 Token Corporation Cup.
1996 Japan PGA Philanthropy.
1998 Gene Sarazen Jun Classic.
2003 Fujisankei Classic, Diamond Cup, Gateway to The Open Mizuno Open, Japan PGA Matchplay Championship.
2013: Made one of four cuts on the PGA TOUR and did not have a top-25 finish for the first season since 2007. Made five of 14 cuts on the Web.com Tour. It was his first start on that Tour since 1991. Top finish came in his first outing, at the Panama Claro Championship, where he T21. 2012: Made eight PGA TOUR starts in the season, making three cuts, each of which yielded a top-30 finish
Earned first top-10 of the season since 2009, with a T8 at the Reno-Tahoe Open, the first PGA TOUR event to employ the Modified Stableford scoring format since 2006. Finished with 30 points, 13 points behind J.J. Henry's winning total
Prior to that, finished T12 at the Puerto Rico Open and T29 in Dallas at the HP Byron Nelson Championship. 2011: Collected a pair of top-25 finishes in 11 PGA TOUR starts. The first came when he T22 at the John Deere Classic in his home state of Illinois, his sixth top-30 in his last seven starts at the event. Of his last 26 competitive rounds at TPC Deere Run, 24 have been at par or better. 2010: Made four of 20 cuts on TOUR without a top-10
Best finish was T21 at the John Deere Classic
Also played in 11 European Tour events, with his top finish a T11 at the KLM Open in the Netherlands. 2009: In final year of exempt status as 2004 Open Championship winner, made 11 cuts in 29 starts to finish No. 133 on the PGA TOUR money list
T15 at the Masters Tournament was his best finish on TOUR since a T10 at the 2006 John Deere Classic
Came back the following week with a T4 at the Verizon Heritage, his best performance since winning the 2004 Open Championship. It was also just his third top-10 finish since hoisting the Claret Jug. 2008: Made the cut in 17 of 28 starts but failed to record a top-10 for the second consecutive season. 2007: Plagued by inconsistent play, former The Open Championship champion fell outside the top 200 on the money list
Best finish in 28 starts was a T37 at the Reno-Tahoe Open. 2006: Playing near hometown of Galesburg, IL, finished T10 at the John Deere Classic, thanks to closing rounds of 67-67. Top-10 was first since a T6 at the 2004 World Golf Championships-American Express Championship, a span of 50 events. 2005: Struggled through most of season, without a top-10 in 31 starts
Top finish was a T13 at the John Deere Classic
The following week, missed the cut at St. Andrews in defense of The Open Championship title with rounds of 74-74. 2004: At age 38, named PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year on the strength of two wins, including playoff victory over Ernie Els at The Open Championship
Entered the season with only 12 TOUR events under his belt, having played primarily in Japan over the last decade, with 14 international victories during that period
Birdied the 71st and 72nd holes at The CC at Mirasol's Sunrise Course to win The Honda Classic. Opened the final round with a four-stroke lead and finished at 12-under 274 to defeat Davis Love III by one shot. Made a 10-foot birdie putt on No. 17 and a 4-footer on No. 18 after an 8-iron from 162 yards. Earned his first career TOUR victory in his 18th career start on TOUR
Captured first major championship at The Open Championship at Royal Troon. Held a one-stroke lead over Ernie Els and two over Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen through 54 holes. Bogeyed the 72nd hole to fall into a tie at 10-under with Els, who birdied two of the last three holes. Defeated Els in the four-hole playoff by parring all four holes, while Els bogeyed the third (17th hole). Became second consecutive rookie to win The Open Championship and the first rookie since Jose Coceres in 2001 to win twice in his first season on TOUR
Held first-round lead at the American Express Championship in Ireland with a 66 and finished T6 for his first top-10 in three World Golf Championships events
Entered the TOUR Championship 10th on money list, attempting to become the first rookie to finish among the top 10 since Jerry Pate (1976). Finished 28th at East Lake to drop one spot to No. 11. 2003: Earned first TOUR card on eighth attempt with a T16 finish at the Qualifying Tournament
Led the Japan Golf Tour with four wins, and finished third on the Japan Golf Tour official money list. 2002: Captured seven events on Japan Golf Tour during this period. Typically would make five trips back and forth between the United States and Japan during a season, playing four weeks and then returning home to Dallas for two weeks. 1992: Won Asian Tour order of merit, thereby earning an exemption onto the Japan Golf Tour. Won the Asian Tour's Thailand Open, Singapore Rolex Masters and Korean Open that year. Amateur: Three-time All-American at Oklahoma and roomed with fellow TOUR member Grant Waite.