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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
Additional Victories (1)
Did not play in an event as he continued his recovery from his illness which has sidelined him since 2012. Will have a Special Medical Extension in 2015.
Did not play in an event as he continued to recover from his recent illness.
Made nine starts on Tour before having his year cut short in June while beginning treatment for bone cancer. Had his best two efforts in his first two starts of the season. Was T15 at the Allianz Championship and T14 the following week at The ACE Group Classic. Had played three rounds at the Regions Tradition before he withdrew prior to his final round when his illness was diagnosed.
Made four starts on both the PGA TOUR and the Web.com Tour prior to his Champions Tour debut. Made 12 starts on the Champions Tour after turning 50 in mid-July, with two top-10 finishes in those dozen appearances.
Played in only four events and made one cut on TOUR, finishing T74 at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open. Also played in 15 Web.com Tour events in 2009 and made five cuts, with a best finish of T12 at the Melwood Prince George's County Open in June.
In 16 PGA TOUR appearances, posted three made cuts and a season-best T47 at the Shell Houston Open. Made eight Web.com Tour starts, with a T64 at the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic his only made cut.
Played in just four events in comeback from strained MCL in left knee suffered in May 2006 as well as a lingering elbow injury. Granted Major Medical Extension carryover for 2008.
Limited to 17 events due to strained MCL in left knee and elbow injury. Finished out of the top 125 for the first time since 1995. Did not play after withdrawing from Booz Allen Classic in June.
Finished in the top 125 for the eighth consecutive season and earned more than $1 million for just the second time in his 10th year on TOUR.
Finished 102nd on TOUR money list, lowest finish since ending the 1998 season at No. 104. Posted two top-10s.
Finished a career-best 28th on the money list thanks to his second win, a career-high six top-10s and more than $2 million in earnings. Had never earned more than $1 million entering the season. Earnings were enough to qualify for his first TOUR Championship, where he finished 28th, and the 2004 Masters, where he missed the cut.
Made more than $500,000 for third consecutive season and kept his TOUR card for fourth straight year since playing 1997 season on Web.com Tour.
Returned to the PGA TOUR after prior membership in 1989 and 1995. Finished 104th on the final money list, his first ever in the top 125.
Member of winning PGA Cup team.