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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (5)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (2)
Additional Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Slipped from 24th to 44th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list and failed to advance to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time in four years. After three consecutive years finishing in the top 10 in greens in regulation, he fell from 9th in 2016 to 43rd in that category and his scoring average went from 10th to 39th overall.
Was unable to duplicate his 2015 success which saw him win four times and finish second on the money list, but still enjoyed another successful campaign. He finished 24th on the money list with $864,433 in season earnings as well as nine top-10 finishes. Finished third in the All-Around statistical rankings.
Had a stellar year with four wins, including two major championships (Regions Tradition, U.S. Senior Open), and more than $2 million in earnings. Led the Charles Schwab Cup standings individually during the season and was tied with Colin Montgomerie, a PGA TOUR Champions first, heading into the SAS Championship. Led the PGA TOUR Champions with four victories during the season. Played at the PGA TOUR's Puerto Rico Open but missed the cut. Named the GWAA Senior Player of the Year.
Joined the PGA TOUR Champions in late March and managed to play 12 events, finishing among the top 10 in half of his starts. Made 19 PGA TOUR appearances and made eight cuts.
Made it to the FedExCup Playoffs for the fifth time in its seven-year history, thanks to a pair of top-10 finishes and 12 made cuts. For the second straight year, was eliminated from the Playoffs after The Barclays, where he missed the cut. Finished No. 115 in the final FedExCup standings.
Made six of 18 cuts and failed to record a top 25 for the first time since 1990.
Veteran finished inside the top 125 on the money list for the first time since 2007. Recorded his first top-3 finish since his win in 2006.
Made 11 of 21 cuts on the PGA TOUR and finished 128th on the money list.
Recorded six top-25 finishes and placed 162nd on the money list, his worst finish since joining the TOUR in 1991.
Had one top-10 during the season.
With five top-10s, more than $1.5 million in earnings and a No. 43 finish on the money list, had his best season since 2000.
Finished among the top 100 for the 13th consecutive season on TOUR.
Broke the $10-million barrier in career earnings.
Dropped to 72nd in earnings with four top-10s, his fewest since 1992.
Earned $1,138,749, good for 39th on money list and marked ninth consecutive year in which he has placed among the top-40.
Registered eight top-10 finishes.
Recorded nine top-10s, including three second-place finishes in 1996.
Career-high 12 top-10 finishes.
Second only to John Daly in rookie earnings with $240,940.
Was the 1990 Web.com Tour Player of the Year with earnings of $108,644 and victories in Knoxville and Buffalo. Was Vines Classic (Australian Tour) champion.