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Continued to play a reduced schedule with just eight starts to his credit for the second year in succession.
Completed his 20th season as a Champions Tour members.
Rebounded from three sub-par seasons to finish 27th on the final money list, his best showing since 2007. Nearly matched his total earnings for his two previous years. His seven top-10 finishes were four more than he had in the previous three years combined.
Received the Ambassador of Golf Award at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational in August. The award is annually given by the Northern Ohio Golf Charities, presented annually to a person who has fostered the ideals of the game on an international level and whose concern for others extends beyond the golf course.
Did not register a top-10 finish during the season for the first time in his Champions Tour career and saw his streak of years among the top-30 money-winners end at 13 consecutive.
Did not win an event for the first time since joining the Champions Tour (streak was 11 in a row) and did not win at least $1 million in a season (streak ended at 10). In addition, record streak of top-10 finishes on the money list ended at 11.
Enjoyed another record-setting year as he led all players with four wins and narrowly missed earning $2 million for the eighth time in his career. Voted Champions Tour's Player of the Month for January/February as well as September.
Continued to defy the odds and again put together a remarkable season that contained multiple victories, despite having to deal with a tender lower back and assorted neck and shoulder pain late in the year.
Selected as the Champions Tour Player of the Month for May.
Became the oldest player to claim the Byron Nelson Award as the Scoring leader (68.93). Voted by his peers as the Champions Tour's Player of the Year for a third time. Established a Champions Tour record for earnings in a season with $3,028,304, breaking his own mark of $2,861,945 and, in the process, became the oldest player at the time to win the money title (Arnold Palmer Award) at age 57 (previous mark was by Peter Thomson, who won the 1985 money title at age 56).
Won three official events, the fifth straight year he's won at least three times in a season, tying him with Miller Barber and Lee Trevino for the most in Champions Tour history.
Claimed four official victories, the fourth straight year he won four or more titles in a season.
Became the first player in the history of the Champions Tour to win five or more official tournaments three years in a row. Won all five of his events from early May until late August. Set a Champions Tour record for consecutive sub-70 rounds with 13 in a row (second round/Ameritech Senior Open through second round/AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship).
Voted the circuit's Player of the Year for the second straight season after seven victories, including two major championships. Spent most of his time rewriting Champions Tour record books. In 22 starts, amazingly finished in the top five in all but two tournaments. Posted an all-time record 19 consecutive top-five finishes (starting at 1997 Energizer SENIOR TOUR Championship) before string ended at the Boone Valley Classic (T13). Won his second consecutive Arnold Palmer Award as the circuit's leading money-winner and averaged $130,088 per start. Also garnered his third straight Byron Nelson Award for the lowest scoring average (68.59), breaking Lee Trevino's all-time mark of 68.89 set in 1990.
Had nine victories to tie Peter Thomson's all-time record set in 1985 for most wins in a season. Nine wins came in just 23 starts (18 top-10 finishes). Claimed his first four titles in just seven starts, the fastest ever to that number in a season. Of the 74 rounds he played during the year, 57 were below par (77 percent) and only 13 were over par. More than half (41 of 74/55 percent) of his rounds were in the 60s. Made three PGA TOUR starts, with his two made cuts coming at major championships. Won the Arnold Palmer Award as the leading money-winner and notched his second consecutive Byron Nelson Award as the Champions Tour scoring leader (68.92). Became the first player to hit the $2-million mark in one season when he won his eighth title at the Vantage Championship and pocketed $225,000.
Averaged $70,250 per start for the year with wins at PGA Seniors' Championship and American Express Invitational. Led the Champions Tour with 21 top-10 finishes and was under par in 21 of 23 events. Made three PGA TOUR starts. Won his first Byron Nelson Award as the Champions Tour scoring leader (69.47).
Played 12 PGA TOUR events before turning 50 on June 3 and focusing his attention on the Champions Tour. Made his first nine cuts of the year. On the Champions Tour, finished 10th on the money list, with $799,175 in earnings and earned Rookie of the Year honors. Collected two victories–at the Ameritech Senior Open and the Vantage Championship and had 11 top-10s in his 12 starts. Only had two PGA TOUR starts after turning 50.
Posted two of his six top-10s after turning 49 in June. Went on to complete the second-best season of his 27-year TOUR career, with earnings of $814,436. Carried added responsibilities all season as he served as U.S. captain at the inaugural Presidents Cup in Virginia.
Rebounded from 1992 to have his fifth most productive year from an earnings standpoint. In his final, full PGA TOUR season, finished 65th on the money list, with two top-10s to his credit along with three additional T11s.
Highlight of the year came when the World Golf Hall of Fame inducted him. Finished with earnings of less than $100,000 for only the second time since 1971 when he fell $1,792 short of the six-figure earnings mark, and his No. 131 position on the money list was the worst of his career. Made the cut in 13 of 20 starts.
Had a strong, five-tournament run midway through the season that saw him record four top-fives and an 11th-place showing at the U.S. Open.
After the US Open, went on to have his finest earnings year on the PGA TOUR (sixth on the money list, with $838,249).
Finished 72nd on the money list, making 14 cuts in 23 official appearances.
Had a slow start to his season, missing his first three cuts and not recording a top-10 until late-September.
Had a top-ten finish at the Tournament Players Championship. Of his three other top-15 finishes, his best were a pair of 12th-place efforts on back-to-back weekends in April.
Besides his victory and runner-up performance, he added seven other top-10s. Had back-to-back top-10s in April. In his final four starts of the campaign, made four consecutive top-10s.
Bounced back from the winless campaign of a year earlier by securing two titles and adding four second-place finishes during a season that saw him finish seventh on the money list. Had a pair of back-to-back, runner-up performances in May.
Went winless but did turn nine top-10s–including a third-place finish–into a 38th-place spot on the final money list. Added a pair of T4s late in the season.
Highlight of his season came when he joined a select group of players who have won multiple U.S. Open titles. After the U.S. Open, turned in four other top-fives, including three third-place finishes.
In a season where he didn't win, was still able to finish inside the top 10 on the money list, thanks to two runner-up efforts and an additional four third-place finishes.
Won a career-best three tournaments and finished fourth on the money list, with $221,456 in earnings.
Enjoyed a season where he captured two titles, finishing second in three others. Finished third on the money list, his career-best position.
Started a streak of 86 tournaments without missing a cut that ended in 1978. It is the third-best streak on TOUR for consecutive events in the money. Won multiple tournaments for the first time and finished fourth on the final money list. Had three "consecutive top-10 streaks" during the season.
Won on TOUR for a second time and finished inside the top 10 on the money list for the first time in his career.
A year after picking up a pair of runner-up finishes, added three more in a season that saw him finish 14th on the final money list, with 11 top-10s in his 27 made cuts.
In his first full TOUR season, made 11 cuts.