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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
Additional Victories (1)
Finished T6 in his first start of the year at the Toshiba Classic. Made seven starts in his sixth year on PGA TOUR Champions. Finished No. 81 in the standings.
Played in 13 events, including three as an open qualifier.
Played in 11 events, including three as an open qualifier.
Played in 15 events, including a pair as an open qualifier.
Was among the top 25 five times in 12 official starts.
Made 15 cuts in 27 starts on the PGA TOUR in 2006 with two top-25s. Finished T18 at the 2006 Sony Open in Hawaii and T17 at the 2006 John Deere Classic, where he won in 1998.
Former U.S. Open champion unable to post a top-10 in 20 starts.
Served as Hal Sutton's Assistant Captain for the 2004 Ryder Cup at Oakland Hills, where Jones won the 1996 U.S. Open. Sidelined for part of the 2003 season and all of 2004 following elbow surgery.
Made five cuts in 11 appearances early in the season. Last event he played in was the Wachovia Championship in early May. Missed the rest of the season due to tennis elbow in his right elbow. Was having problems with both elbows throughout the summer and finally had surgery on his right elbow on August 7. Continued rehabilitation on both elbows throughout the season.
Troubled by an irregular heartbeat, called superventricular tachycardia, for most of the past four seasons. Underwent a laser procedure to correct the condition on Aug. 14. The ailment isn't life threatening, but mirrors symptoms of a heart attack. Phil Tataurangi underwent the procedure a month earlier and David Toms did so in late 2005.
Continued to regain old form after battling through injury-plagued 1999 season. Finished with two top-10s and ranked 87th on money list.
Recorded three top-10 finishes in abbreviated season in which he logged 19 appearances. Suffered from an irregular heartbeat first two months of season and a shoulder injury sidelined him from Masters through John Deere Classic, with exception of U.S. Open. After missing cut at Augusta National, did not touch a club during nine weeks of shoulder rehab.
Followed up U.S. Open victory with second multiple-victory season of career.
Won three times, opening year with back-to-back wins.
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