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PGA TOUR Victories (11)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
International Victories (6)
Additional Victories (7)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Played in just seven events, the fewest he's played since 2010 and did not tee it up after playing at the Insperity Invitational in May.
Did not play on the PGA TOUR. Played a full schedule on the Champions Tour, marking his first competitive golf since 2011.
Did not play in an event during the year after undergoing a fourth surgery in March on his left hand which entailed replacing a deteriorated bone with a tendon.
Did not play on the PGA TOUR. Made just one Champions Tour start before left-wrist problems returned and curtailed his season.
Played in only 12 Champions Tour events during the year and none after the U.S. Senior Open in early August. Missed much of the second half of the season due to recurring issues with his left wrist and had surgery in early October.
Was the first multiple Champions Tour winner during the season, claiming a pair of titles in Florida in back-to-back starts. Was among the top-three in three other events and pocketed more than $1.4 million in earnings, his best money-making year since 2002.
Played his first full season on the Champions Tour and finished 22nd on the money list.
Spent majority of the season rehabbing left wrist from surgery in October 2005. Received a Major Medical Extension on the PGA TOUR for 2007.
Played in two PGA TOUR events. After attempting to rehab his injured wrist for most of the season, finally underwent surgery during week of FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort.
Was having another consistent year, with four top-10s in 16 starts, until an injury at the PGA Championship sidelined him for the rest of the season. Managed to surpass the $1-million mark for the ninth consecutive season.
At 45, had a career year in money earned with $2,875,319 (seventh on money list) and tournament titles (two) in a single season. First 45-year old to win twice in same season since Hale Irwin in 1990. Only Julius Boros (age 47 and 48 in 1967 and 1968), Sam Snead (age 47 in 1960) and Irwin had won multiple times at age 45 or older.
In October, made a strong run at qualifying for THE TOUR Championship, with top-tens at the Buick Challenge and the Michelob Championship.
Another consistent season making 24 cuts in 27 starts and finished No. 33 on the final PGA TOUR money list. Dropped out of the top 20 on the money list for the first time in five years.
For the eighth time in his 19-year career and for the fifth consecutive season, was among the top 20 on the PGA TOUR money list. Finished without a victory for the first time in five seasons but posted two runner-up showings, boosting his career total to 13.
Had a career-high 11 top-10s and one win.
Had six top-three finishes including one victory. Won Vardon Trophy with 70.08 scoring average.
Had first money list top-10 finish (No.10).