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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
Additional Victories (4)
Made 21 starts and advanced to the first round of the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs but narrowly missed advancing to the second event. Was 55th on the money list after the first event, one spot shy of advancing.
More than doubled his 2015 earnings with a pair of strong finishes down the stretch. Improved from 64th to 40th on the money list and surpassed his 2015 output ($216,825) with $474,811.
Played in 18 events during the year with one top-10 finish.
In his 21 starts, finished among the top 25 four times,
Managed to secure a spot inside the top 30 on the money list after the final full-field event, the AT&T Championship, earning a trip to the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the third time in the last four seasons. Went on to secure the 29th position in season earnings.
Dropped from 19th to 37th on the money list and had just two top-10 finishes over the final four months of the season.
Enjoyed a productive first full season on the PGA TOUR Champions with 11 top-10s in 20 appearances, including three top-fives in major championships. Went over the $1-million mark in official earnings for the first time in his TOUR career and his 15th-place finish on the 2009 money list was his highest standing since he was 13th on the 1993 PGA TOUR earnings list. Underwent hernia surgery following the season.
Made four starts on the PGA TOUR Champions after turning 50 in late September.
Made eight cuts in 18 TOUR starts.
Played in 18 TOUR events, with two top-25s.
Got a late start to the season after suffering a cracked scapula in his shoulder, broken rib and a minor concussion in December 2001 when a horse he was riding on his parents' farm stepped into a hole and threw him. Was limited to 10 events due to injury, and did not finish in the top 125 for the first time in 21 seasons on TOUR. Granted Major Medical Extension for 2003 due to lower back injury suffered at the Greater Milwaukee Open. Did not play the remainder of the 2002 season. Had 19 available TOUR events to equal or exceed 125th place on the 2002 Official Money List ($515,445).
Placed among the top 125 on the PGA TOUR money list for the 20th consecutive season. Finished 115th in earnings, the lowest since his rookie year in 1992 when he was 125th.
Made 15 cuts in 21 tournaments entered. One of the most accurate players off the tee on the PGA TOUR. Finished fifth in driving accuracy (78.0 percent), the ninth time since 1990 that he finished the year ranked in the top-10.
Another solid season, a year in which he earned $386,554, giving him 11 consecutive years in which he had made more than $200,000.
After finishing 99th on money list, his worst finish since rookie season of 1980, dedicated himself during off-season to work with instructor Chuck Cook on revamping his game. Dedication obviously served purpose, evidenced by move up money list to 62nd place the following year.
Enjoyed first two-victory season, his first wins since Masters triumph.
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