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Web.com Tour Victories (4)
Played in just four events with his best showing a T17 at the Principal Charity Classic in June in Iowa where he was playing on a sponsor's exemption. Was also T29 at the American Family Insurance Championship.
Played in nine events. Open-qualified for the Allianz Championship where he finished T32. Played in the PGA TOUR's Puerto Rico Open (March) and the Barbasol Championship (July), missing the cut in both events.
Played in five Champions Tour events after turning 50 in September. Prior to joining the Champions Tour, he competed in 18 Web.com Tour events, making nine cuts. Best finish was a T35 at the Cleveland Open.
Made the cut in each of his two PGA TOUR starts with best effort a T54 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Made eight of 18 starts on the Web.com Tour, with no top-10s.
Played on a Major Medical Extension in 2012. Had 11 starts and needed to earn $22,993 to maintain conditional status. Needed to earn $81,390 to maintain fully exempt status. Made the cut in one of five starts on the PGA TOUR (Arnold Palmer Invitational).
Made 11 of 18 cuts on the PGA TOUR, with one top-10 and his best money-list finish since 2006. Also made six of 10 cuts on the Web.com Tour with one top-10.
Played just three events on TOUR, making two cuts, including a T18 finish at his hometown U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. Also recorded four top-10s in 24 starts on the Web.com Tour to finish 58th on the money list.
Made only one of six cuts on TOUR. Made the cut in 15 of 24 Web.com Tour events with two third-place finishes.
Made the cut in 13 of 23 events on the Web.com Tour, including five top-25 finishes. Finished the year No. 26 on the money list, with $195,802, just $1,094 behind Jimmy Walker, who claimed the final PGA TOUR card for 2008.
Spent most of season on TOUR (14 of 22 cuts) but also made two cuts in four starts on the Web.com Tour.
Fell out of the top-125 (No. 202) for the first time since 1996.
Finished inside the top 125 on the PGA TOUR money list for the eighth straight season. No. 64 was highest finish on TOUR since finishing No. 50 in 2000. Career high in earnings, with $1,206,438, passing $1-million mark for second year in a row.
Had only two top-10s, but was able to parlay making 24 cuts in 30 starts into a very respectable year in which he earned over $1 million for the first time in his career.
Managed to stay in the top 125 on the TOUR money list with two top-10s and eight top-25s.
Made 23 cuts in a career-high 33 starts.
Recorded third consecutive top-50 finish on the official money list.
Earned more than he had in first five TOUR seasons combined--$320,800.
Finished fifth in earnings on Web.com Tour money list. Won Inland Empire Open and Carolina Classic.
First year on TOUR after earning co-medalist honors at 1992 Qualifying Tournament, despite opening-round 79.