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Became the first player to win a major after turning 50 years old with his 45th career PGA TOUR victory and sixth major championship title at the PGA Championship and became one of six players to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs in each of the first 15 years of the FedExCup era. Advanced to the BMW Championship for the 14th time and ended the season No. 70 in the FedExCup standings. Became the 14th male player to reach six major championship titles and ninth to win 45 times on the PGA TOUR. Recorded four top-25s and made 14 cuts in 23 starts, with his lone top-10 of the season coming via the win at the PGA Championship. Extended his streak of consecutive seasons on TOUR with a top-10 to 31, becoming the third player to reach that mark and first since Raymond Floyd in 1993.
Became one of only nine players to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs in each of the first 14 seasons of the FedExCup era but failed to advance to the BMW Championship for the first time in his career, finishing the season No. 75 in the FedExCup standings. Was the only player to qualify for every BMW Championship from 2007 through 2019. With his first top-10 of the season at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (3rd), became the third player in PGA TOUR history with at least one top-10 in 30 consecutive seasons, joining Sam Snead and Raymond Floyd. Made the cut in nine of 16 starts, highlighted by a T2 at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Recorded three top-25 finishes, his fewest in a season since turning professional in 1992.
Won his 44th PGA TOUR title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and became the only player to advance to the BMW Championship in each of the first 13 seasons of the FedExCup era, finishing the season No. 47 in the FedExCup standings. Earned two top-10s in 20 starts and made 12 cuts, his fewest in a season since his first year on the PGA TOUR (7/1992).
Won for the first time on TOUR since 2013, earning his 43rd career win, one of six top-10s in a season where he made 21 cuts in 24 starts. Marked his 23rd consecutive season winning $1 million or more and marked the 27th consecutive season he finished in the top 125 on the money list, becoming just the second player to reach 27 straight seasons (Davis Love III). Reached the TOUR Championship for the ninth time, finishing No. 21 in the FedExCup. Became one of 10 players to reach the FedExCup Playoffs in each of the first 12 seasons of the FedExCup era and the only to reach the BMW Championship each season in that period. As a captain's pick, made his 12th consecutive appearance for the United States in the Ryder Cup.
Finished the season No. 34 in the FedExCup standings, missing the TOUR Championship for the third time in four seasons. Made the cut in an impressive 20 of 22 starts, with a T5 at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play the best of his five top-10 finishes. Finished the season with 13 top-25 finishes.
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive time in his career, one of 16 players to achieve this feat in the 10 seasons of the FedExCup Playoffs. Made it to the TOUR Championship for the eighth time, but first since 2013. Entered the Playoffs finale in the No. 13 position in the FedExCup standings and finished 22nd at East Lake to end his season No. 16 in the FedExCup standings. Recorded six top-10 finishes in 22 starts, three of which were runner-up showings. Advanced to the TOUR Championship for the first time since 2013, and finished 22nd to end the season.
For the second consecutive season, finished outside the top 30 and in the 60s in FedExCup points to miss the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Three top-10 finishes, including a T2 at the Masters, resulted in his ninth consecutive start in the FedExCup Playoffs. Made it to the BMW Championship before ending his season at No. 61 in the FedExCup standings. From 1994-2013 and 2015, went into the U.S. Open with at least three top-10s under his belt. In 2014, lone top-10 finish was solo second at the PGA Championship in the season's final major.
For the first time since 2003, went without at least one PGA TOUR win. For the first time since turning professional in 1992, managed to claim just one top-10 finish, though it was a solo-second at the PGA Championship. Made the cut 10 times in 18 starts, and for the eighth consecutive year earned a berth into the FedExCup Playoffs. Ranked No. 68 after his withdrawal from the BMW Championship, didn't qualify for the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola for the first time in the FedExCup era.
Posted multiple wins in a season for the 14th time of his career, winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open and The Open Championship. Finished the year ninth in the FedExCup, keeping a streak alive as the only player with top-15 finishes in the first seven seasons of the season-long points race.
Finished No. 5 in the final FedExCup standings after a T15 finish at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Was the only player to finish inside the top 15 in the FedExCup standings in the first six seasons. Highlight of the season came in May when he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in a ceremony the week of THE PLAYERS Championship.
Highlight of the season came when the World Golf Hall of Fame announced he had been elected via the PGA TOUR vote. The announcement came in November in Singapore as he played in the Barclays Singapore Open. Earlier in the season, he recorded his 39th victory on TOUR while making 20 of 21 cuts.
Won his third Masters title and 38th career PGA TOUR title at Augusta National GC in April. The 38th win tied him with Gene Sarazen for 11th on the all-time PGA TOUR wins list.
Won four times, including a comeback win at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, and increased official career win total to 37 (12th on the PGA TOUR career wins list). Took time off during the season after breast cancer diagnosis for his wife and mother.
Moved his career-win total to 34 with victories at the Northern Trust Open and the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, helping him finish seventh in the FedExCup standings. Ended the season with eight top-10 finishes. Capped off the year as a member of the victorious U.S. Ryder Cup team, followed by a T3 finish at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.
Competed in three of the four FedExCup Playoffs events and finished third in season-long points. Won three times and earned a career-high $5,819,988, which pushed his career earnings past the $45-million mark. Finished in the top-10 in money-winners (second) for the seventh time in the last eight seasons. Earned a spot on the victorious United States Presidents Cup team.
Captured second Masters and recorded a 13-shot blowout of the field one week prior at the BellSouth Classic. Recorded multiple wins in a season for the 10th time in 14 seasons on TOUR.
Captured four TOUR events, including second major championship.
Won in his first TOUR appearance of the season for the fifth time in career, capturing the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Posted a birdie on first playoff hole to defeat Skip Kendall. Won two ESPY Awards, for Best Championship Performance and Best Male Golfer. Finished top-10 in all four majors for the first time in career. Only he and Ernie Els accomplished the feat during season.
Finished outside the top 30 on the money list for the first time in his 11-year career. Still managed seven top-10s in 23 starts.
Won multiple TOUR events for seventh time in 10 years. Became the second player to top the $20-million mark for career.
Posted two victories and finished second on the money list.
Enjoyed fifth multiple-win season and second four-win season, including ending Tiger Woods' consecutive victory string, at six, with a four-stroke win at Buick Invitational.
Saw his streak of consecutive years with a victory snapped at six. Despite failing to win, posted another strong season and had memorable performance in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst. With wife Amy's delivery of their first child imminent, lost by one stroke to Payne Stewart. Couples' first child, Amanda, was born day after tournament finished.
Extended streak of years with a PGA TOUR victory to five. For the second straight year, he missed only two cuts. Was a two-time winner, with victories at Bay Hill Invitational and Sprint International and finished in the top 25 in 15 of the 21 tournaments he played.
Won four times, including two of his first three starts. Finished second on the money list. Became first player since Johnny Miller in 1975 to win in Phoenix and Tucson in the same year.
Won first two titles as a professional, the Buick Invitational and The International.