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PGA TOUR Victories (7)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (25)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (3)
Played in just nine events during the campaign, the fewest since he joined PGA TOUR Champions full-time in 1997.
Competed in just 12 events during the campaign.
Limited his season to just 12 events.
Completed his 18th Champions Tour season, playing in 17 events.
Injuries limited him to just 15 starts during the season. Missed nearly two months in June and July due to a pinched nerve in his neck. Was sidelined for another lengthy stretch in September and October after undergoing surgery on his left knee on September 3. Returned seven weeks later, at the Administaff Small Business Classic.
Was back among the Champions Tour's top-30 money-winners after a year's absence on the strength of six top-10s in 21 appearances, five of them coming in his first eight starts of the campaign.
Made a spirited run down the stretch for a spot among the top-30 money-winners but eventually saw streaks of consecutive million-dollar seasons and appearances in the season-ending event both come to an end at 11.
Set a new record by reaching $1 million in season earnings for the 11th straight year. Named the Champions Tour's Player of the Month for September after registering a solid four-week stretch.
Reached seven figures in earnings at the U.S. Senior Open, matching Hale Irwin's Champions Tour record of 10 straight years with $1 million or more. Named the Champions Tour Player of the Month for June. Underwent hernia surgery after the conclusion of the season.
Saw his streak of years winning at least one event end at nine consecutive seasons, tying Miller Barber for the second longest run in Champions Tour history behind Hale Irwin (11 straight). Pocketed $1,364,170 without claiming a title, the second-highest amount ever at the time (Tom Kite/$1,549,819/2003) without posting a victory in a season. Had several good opportunities to extend his victory run during the campaign.
Highlight of his season came early during the midst of 23 consecutive par-or-better rounds, a 2004 best.
Third in single-season earnings, his highest standing on the money list since back-to-back second-place finishes in 1997-98.
Earned his second consecutive Byron Nelson Trophy for best Scoring Average (69.20).
Missed the first two months of the year following an off-season rib-cage injury. Earned his first Byron Nelson Award with a Scoring Average of 68.83, the second-best mark at the time in Champions Tour history.
Posted a pair of victories.
Had six official victories that included a pair of Champions Tour majors.
Voted by his peers as Rookie of the Year. Enjoyed a banner season, becoming just the second Champions Tour player at the time to go over $2 million in yearly earnings ($86,422/start). Broke Bob Murphy's all-time record of 24 consecutive sub-par rounds when he strung together 26 straight during the campaign.
Most successful year was 1990 when he captured the Kemper Open in early June and placed in the top eight in seven consecutive events.
Had left shoulder rotator cuff surgery in September of 1986. After nine-month layoff, returned to the TOUR in early May 1987 and was near the top of his game by midsummer.