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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
Played well in successive starts at the Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship (T17) and Toshiba Classic (T19) where he was under par in all six rounds.
Dropped to 61st on the final money list after finishing 37th a year earlier.
Was one of a handful of players who enjoyed a turnaround season. After earning just $164,493 and finishing 72nd on the 2013 money list, had the most productive year of his PGA TOUR Champions career, earning $488,087 and finishing 37th on the final earnings' chart. Pocketed more money than in his previous two years combined. Had a trio of top-10 finishes, a first since 2011.
Had three top-25 finishes in 21 starts during the year. Two of those came in the late summer. Made one PGA TOUR start.
In his 20 starts, he finished in the top 20 in two of those.
Made 20 starts in his PGA TOUR Champions rookie season and registered three top-10s. Made just two PGA TOUR starts. On the Champions Tour, claimed eight top-25 finishes in 20 starts, of which three were top 10s.
In addition to 25 starts on the PGA TOUR, joined the Champions Tour in October upon turning 50 and played in two events. Unable to record a top-10 for the second straight year and just the fourth time since he joined the TOUR in 1988.
Made the cut in 17 of 27 starts on the PGA TOUR, highlighted by a pair of T24 finishes. Eligible for the Champions Tour in October 2010.
Voted into Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in May 2008.
Veteran hampered by left wrist injury suffered at the FBR Open, where he was forced to withdraw during the final round. Did not play again until the Wachovia Championship in May. Granted Minor Medical Extension and had eight events in 2008 to earn $282,558 (combined with 2007 earnings of $502,622 would equal 2007's No. 125 earnings of $785,180), and subsequently be upgraded to Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the 2008 campaign.
Another solid season with three top-10s and more than $1 million in earnings.
Started the season with 11 missed cuts in his first 12 starts, but ended the year with top-10s in three of his last five TOUR appearances, helping him secure his card for 2006.
Thanks to three runner-up finishes, earned a career-best $1,885,553 and gained a spot in the TOUR Championship for the third time in career.
Returned to the TOUR Championship for the first time since 1994 by placing 27th in earnings.
Received the 1995 Singleton Award as Outstanding Professional Athlete in Alabama.
Earned Special Temporary Membership in 1990 and 1991 by earning as much as 150th-place finisher on previous year's money list.
Lost card after finishing 157th on money list.