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PGA TOUR Victories (7)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Additional Victories (2)
Made just 14 starts and failed to post a top-25 finish for the first time in his career as he continued to be troubled by health woes.
Season was limited to just 13 starts and none after DICK'S Sporting Goods Open in July due to injuries.
Played in 20 events, the most he has played in a season since 2012.
Due to a cervical dystonia, did not play an official event for the first time in his Champions Tour career. Cervical dystonia is a movement disorder of the neck.
Had his season limited to just 12 events due to health-related issues (back, neck and elbow) and did not play after the Boeing Classic in August. Missed nearly three months from late March into mid-June due to those problems. Early in the season, had back-to-back top-10 finishes in February.
Did not make a start on the Web.com Tour or PGA TOUR during the season but collected four top-10 finishes in 21 Champions Tour starts. Had somewhat of an injury-plagued year and fell from 17th to 36th on the final money list. Hand and wrist problems forced him out of The Principal Charity Classic after just one round, and it led to a subsequent WD from the following event, at the Regions Charity Classic. Later in the year an elbow problem forced him to withdraw after just one round in his final two starts.
Split his time between the PGA TOUR, Web.com Tour and Champions Tour. Missed the cut in each of his three PGA TOUR starts, but enjoyed immediate success on the Champions Tour, where he made 14 starts after turning 50 in June. Of the 14 starts, netted seven top-10 finishes, highlighted by a win.
Played the season on a Major Medical Extension, but was unable to make enough to earn his card back. Made four of 13 cuts and did not record a top 25 for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1988.
Made seven cuts from 13 starts after regaining fully exempt status in 2008. Failed to post a top-10 finish for just the second time (2007) in his 22-year career. Underwent shoulder surgery in July 2009.
Made the cut in 11 of 18 starts on the PGA TOUR, with five top-25 finishes (the most since the 2005 season). Finished outside of the top 125 (No. 153) for the third consecutive season.
Played in 16 events on TOUR with best finish a T21 at the Frys.com Open.
Made 12 cuts in 27 events entered and posted one top-10. Fell out of the top 125 for just the second time in his 19-year TOUR career.
Best stretch of season was a two-week period in September, during which he had two top-tens.
Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the seventh straight season and the 16th time in his 17-year career.
Began the season making 15 consecutive cuts and missed just three of 26 cuts, the least in his 15-year TOUR career.
After three consecutive years in top 25 on TOUR money list, finished No. 100.
Collected his sixth PGA TOUR victory and for the third consecutive season eclipsed $1.5 million in earnings. Was among the top-10 eight times, including his first two starts of the season.
Although without a victory, posted three third-place finishes. Earned over $700,000 in first four starts of season on strength of back-to-back third-place finishes.
Fell out of top 125 for first time in career, finishing 141st.