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In his 18th year on PGA TOUR Champions, competed in 14 events and posted a season-best T32 at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge with Gil Morgan.
Completed his 18th season on PGA TOUR Champions and played in 17 events.
Played in just 15 events and registered just one top-25 finish which came in April when he teamed with Gil Morgan to finish T12 at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf.
Made just 15 starts, the fewest in his Champions Tour career. Underwent right-knee surgery in June to repair a torn meniscus.
Two best showings were a T12 with partner Gil Morgan at the Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf and a T14 at the U.S. Senior Open.
Played in just 18 events, the fewest starts of his Champions Tour career that began in 2005. Failed to record a top-10 finish for the first time since turning 50. Played some of his best golf in the final month of the season, with nine of his final 10 rounds below par.
Narrowly missed a return to the top 30 and a berth in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship when he finished 31st on the money list following the final full-field event. Fell $3,832 shy of claiming the 30th spot.
Saw his streak of consecutive finishes among the top 30 on the money list come to a halt at 11 consecutive years when he was 43rd on the final money chart, with a career low $357,838 in earnings.
Underwent surgery on Nov. 4 to repair a torn bicep tendon in his left shoulder, which troubled him most of the season. Did not return to action until the 2010 ACE Group Classic in February.
One of 19 players to reach $1 million in season earnings.
Earned the most money of any player without registering a victory during the season. Registered three runner-up finishes as well as a trio of third-place efforts.
Won twice and finished fourth on the money list.
Split his time between the Champions Tour and the PGA TOUR where he used his one-time exemption as one of the PGA TOUR's top-50 money-winners. On the Champions Tour, appeared in 18 events, fewest since he joined the Tour. Also made cuts at the Sony Open in Hawaii and the Wachovia Championship. Overall made 12 starts on the PGA TOUR.
Started slowly for the second consecutive year, but went on to finish third on the final earnings list, his highest standing ever, with more than $1.8 million, a career best. Also placed third on the final Charles Schwab Cup points list. Had more top-five finishes than any other Champions Tour player, with all 10 top-fives coming after the start of May. Led the Champions Tour in sub-par rounds (58) and also had 39 rounds in the 60s (second to Irwin) out of 86 (45 percent) played.
Did not win an event for the first time in four years on the Champions Tour and $1,549,819 in earnings were the most money ever in a season without a victory, breaking Dana Quigley's mark of $1,327,659 set in 1999. Had more rounds in the 60s than any other player (42).
Played in five PGA TOUR events, including his first Masters since 1998, but missed the cut at Augusta National. Three victories, equaling the total of his first two years on the circuit, and a first for him since 1989.
Set a new Champions Tour standard by hitting 78 percent of Greens in Regulation, breaking the old mark of 77 percent by John Mahaffey in 1999.
Missed 11 cuts in first 15 starts.
Disappointing year by his standards. Was unable to produce a top-10 finish for the first time in his 26-year career. After wearing glasses since age 12, had LASIK surgery in late-January to correct acute nearsightedness.
35th-place money-list finish best since 1994. Five top-10s, including three in majors.
Saw moments of sunshine and improvement. Nearly doubled the money he earned in 1995, when he fell to 104th on the money list, from 22nd the year before.
Did not win for the second consecutive season, the first time he had gone two full seasons without a victory since 1979-80. Led the TOUR in career earnings from Oct. 29, 1989 until Aug. 27. Was the first player in PGA TOUR history to reach $6 million, $7 million, $8 million and $9 million in career earnings. Relinquished top position on career money list to Greg Norman after NEC World Series of Golf. A decidedly down season for the 24-year veteran ended on a high note when he was named captain of the 1997 U.S. Ryder Cup team. Made 21 of 25 cuts but only other top-20 finish was T11 at the Sprint International.
Saw his streak of 13 consecutive years (1981-93) with at least one PGA TOUR victory halted. Took status as TOUR's all-time leading money winner to new plateau in August.
Collected two victories, a second-place finish and an eigthth-place effort in his first five tournaments of the season.
Collected his 16th and 17th PGA TOUR titles after a 16-month winless drought, earning both victories in the span of five weeks. Second of his victories came in historic fashion. Finished the season with nine top-10s, including a playoff loss to John Cook at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
Earned a victory at FedEx St. Jude Classic in a playoff over John Cook and had eight additional top-10s.
Finished fifth on the money list but was unable to secure a victory. Had three runner-up showings on his resume. Enjoyed a streak of four consecutive tournaments later in the year, beginning with the Federal Express St. Jude Classic, where he had top-10 finishes.
Won the Kemper Open to extend his TOUR-leading streak of consecutive years with at least one win to seven. Finished the season eighth on the money list.
A year removed from finishing outside the top 10 on the money list, returned to that position with a seventh-place finish ($394,164) on the strength of a win, a runner-up outing and a third-place finish among his nine overall top-10s. Made the cut in 24 of 26 starts.
Despite a victory, a runner-up finish and a third-place performance, finished outside the top 10 on the money list for the first time since 1980 (14th).
Finished fifth on the money list, compiling two victories and a runner-up finish. Only missed four cuts during the year.
Recorded a ninth-place money-list finish, thanks to a win and two runner-up showings in his 25 starts.
Earned second consecutive Vardon Trophy Award and took home the Bay Hill Classic title with a playoff win. Won $341,081 to end third on the money list and missed only one cut in 25 TOUR appearances.
Joined PGA TOUR elite with breakout season. Named PGA TOUR Player of the Year, with 21 top-10s in 26 events. Made the cut at all 26 events and extended streak to 35 consecutive tournaments. Captured the Vardon Trophy with a 69.80 stroke average, ending Tom Watson's four-year reign at the top. Received the Arnold Palmer Award as the TOUR's leading money winner ($375,699).
Finished 17th on the money list and was in the serious hunt in three tournaments that all ended in third-place efforts.
Won for a second consecutive year and just missed breaking into the top 10 on the money list, finishing 11th ($161,370).
Despite not winning, actually had a better earnings' season and money-list finish than he did in 1976. Completed the year 14th on the money chart, with one runner-up finish, three third-place performances and seven top-10s overall.
Played in 26 events, making 21 cuts and finishing 18th on the money list.
Followed his rookie season with a strong sophomore campaign, with eight top-10s in 27 made cuts.
Played his first full season on the PGA TOUR and was named the circuit's Rookie of the Year, with earnings of $54,270. Recorded two top-10s and won a Second Tour event.
Following the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, turned pro and made his PGA TOUR debut two months later, at the Westchester Classic. Finished T32.