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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (3)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (4)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Tallied seven top-10s, tying for his most in a season (2013), en route to a 35th-place finish in the Charles Schwab Cup. His four-consecutive top-10s in February-March tied the longest streak of his career.
After a T8 finish in the first event of the year at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai did not register another top-10 in 17 additional starts. Struggled with his putting during the year, falling from 40th to 63rd in putting average from his previous year.
Enjoyed his best season since his rookie campaign in 2013 and returned to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time in three years.
Dropped three spots down the money list from his 2014 effort, finishing 34th overall.
Made three starts on the PGA TOUR, missing the cut at the Frys.com Open and the Wyndham Championship. Also withdrew at the Farmers Insurance Open after one round.
The Champions Tour's Rookie of the Year had an outstanding first-year campaign on Tour, joining Esteban Toledo as the other first-year player with a pair of victories. He also pocketed more than $1.3 million in earnings. That total was the most he's earned since 2008 on the PGA TOUR.
Made 13 cuts in 23 PGA TOUR starts. With only a top-25 showing at Sedgefield CC, finished outside the top 125, at No. 167.
Saw his string of 25 years with at least one top-25 finish come to an end. The streak dated to his rookie season in 1986. Made only seven of 23 cuts.
Made 18 of 22 cuts on the PGA TOUR, but finished 145th on the money list.
Had best season since 2003, with a runner-up finish, three top-10s and more than $1 million in earnings while playing on a Minor Medical Extension. Spent early part of season as a walking commentator for Golf Channel.
Was limited to 18 events as he battled long-time back injury. Not able to play for one month.
Playing on one-time exemption as top-50 all-time money winner, rebounded from subpar 2004 season to finish in the top 125. Rallied down the stretch, with 12 made cuts in final 14 starts.
Finished outside the 125 on the TOUR money list for the fourth time in his 19-year career and for the first time since he finished No. 155 in 1995.
Finished 31st on money list and was bounced from the field for season-ending TOUR Championship after missing cut in final full-field event, the Chrysler Championship.
Earned more than $2 million for the first time in his career and had best finish on the money list (22nd) since finishing 16th in 1993.
Made eight consecutive cuts near end of the year to retain full exempt status.
Missed most of season with ruptured disc, for which he underwent surgery in July.