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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Posted four finishes in the top 10, including a runner-up finish at the Chubb Classic. Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the third time in his career. Finished No. 32 in the standings.
Rebounded nicely from a disappointing 2016 season by finishing 12th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list, up from 54th the previous year. His season resume included five top-10 finishes and 16 top-25 efforts. Much of his success was attributed to improved putting as he went from 53rd to 3rd in putting average from the previous season. Also improved from 41st to 7th in putts per round and from 69th to 39th in driving accuracy.
Suffered through a frustrating campaign, sliding from 16th to 56th on the final money list and posting just one top-10 finish in 23 starts. Biggest issue was putting where he fell from 1st in Putts per Round in 2015 (28.22) to 41st (29.59) in 2016 and from 2nd to 53rd in overall putting.
Turned in a solid first full season on the PGA TOUR Champions with seven top-10s in his 22 starts during the campaign.
Made five of eight PGA TOUR cuts but did not record a top-25 finish for the second consecutive season. Had at least one top-25 each year from 1990-2012. Also made three Web.com Tour starts but failed to make a cut.
Made two of 11 PGA TOUR cuts. Had made at least eight cuts each season since 1990. Failed to record a top-25 finish for the first time since 1989. Would become eligible for the Champions Tour in August 2014.
Missed the cut in his first Web.com Tour startâ€”at the South Georgia Classicâ€”since he played in two events in 1990.
Made the cut in 11 of 19 starts and had one top-25 finish.
Finished outside of the top 125 on the money list, with one top-10 to his credit.
Recorded two top-10s in 23 starts, his most since 2006, and finished in the top 125 on the money list for the first time since 2004.
Finished 160th on the money list, third consecutive year out of top 125.
Using one-time, top-50 all-time PGA TOUR money list exemption, finished 146th on the money list.
Two-time U.S. Open champion finished outside the top 125 for the first time since joining the PGA TOUR in 1990. Missed final three cuts of the season to finish at No. 155.
Finished inside the top 100 on the money list for the 14th straight time in his 15-year career, posting three top 10s.
Managed to exceed the $1-million mark for the fourth time in his career with $1,132,001.
Slipped out of the top 40 on the money list for the first time in five seasons.
Posted seven top-10 finishes, including two seconds, and earned a fourth trip to THE TOUR Championship.
Won three timesâ€”THE PLAYERS Championship, Kemper Open and Sprint International.
Leading money winner on U.S. Golf Tour.