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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
International Victories (14)
Additional Victories (14)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Posted four finishes in the top 25 including a T13 finish at the Cologuard Classic. Advanced to the first Playoffs event, the Dominion Energy Charity Classic. Finished No. 64 in the standings.
Finished 50th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list and competed in two of the playoff events before concluding his season. Played some of his best golf late in the year when he fashioned three top-10 efforts in his last seven starts.
Completed his first full season on PGA TOUR Champions by competing in 22 events, including two Playoff events.
Made three starts on the PGA TOUR but did not make a cut. Made one cut in six appearances on the Web.com Tour.
Split his time between the PGA TOUR (four starts) and the Web.com Tour (10 starts). Made two Web.com Tour cuts.
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.
Made eight PGA TOUR starts in the season, making three cuts, each of which yielded a top-30 finish.
Collected a pair of top-25 finishes in 11 PGA TOUR starts.
Made four of 20 cuts on TOUR without a top-10. Also played in 11 European Tour events,
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.
Made the cut in 17 of 28 starts but failed to record a top-10 for the second consecutive season.
Plagued by inconsistent play, former The Open Championship champion fell outside the top 200 on the money list.
Struggled through most of season, without a top-10 in 31 starts.
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.
Led the Japan Golf Tour with four wins, and finished third on the Japan Golf Tour official money list.
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.
Won Asian Tour order of merit, thereby earning an exemption onto the Japan Golf Tour.