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PGA TOUR Victories (25)
International Victories (6)
Additional Victories (4)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Was part of a consortium that purchased Silverado CC in Napa, Calif., site of two of his PGA TOUR titles (1974 and 1975 Kaiser International Opens). Was also the lead architect on the course's redesign.
Received golf's highest honor when he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, along with Nick Faldo.
Began working full time as the lead golf analyst for NBC Sports. Severely curtailed his playing schedule, playing one event.
Made seven cuts in 11 starts (two missed cuts, a WD and a DQ).
Played 14 events, making nine cuts.
Made 17 of 19 cuts but never contended, while adding five top-10 finishes.
Didn't win but did secure five top-10 finishes and was in contention at his season-opening event and in a major championship.
Won multiple tournaments for the fourth time in his career when he earned two titles. Had his best money-earning year since 1995 by pocketing $193,167 and only missed two cuts in his 17 starts.
Made only eight cuts but did record a top-10 finish.
Went win-less for the first time in four years and tumbled to 48th on the money list.
Won multiple tournaments for a third consecutive season but dropped to 14th on the money list.
Finished the season second on the money list, behind only Jack Nicklaus. Added four victories to his career total and become the unofficial King of the Desert, as he won in Phoenix, Tucson and Palm Springs. His first two victories both came in Arizona, and in dominating fashion.
Had the top single-season earnings' year in PGA TOUR history at the time, shattering Jack Nicklaus' record by $30,000. Earned $346,302 while capturing eight tournament titles, including three in a row to start his season. Earned PGA Player of the Year honors.
Finished ninth on the money list as he picked up a victory—a major championship—for the third consecutive season while also winning his first international tournament. Had three T6s.
Won for a second consecutive year and had close calls in several other events.
Had a breakthrough year, winning once, finishing runner-up once, recording seven top-10s for a second consecutive year and finishing 18th on the money list.
Had a strong sophomore year, turning in seven top-10s among his 26 made cuts—finishing 37th on the money list. Added two additional top-10s.
Finished the year 125th on the money list.