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PGA TOUR Victories (10)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (19)
International Victories (9)
Additional Victories (1)
Once again limited his schedule to just eight events.
Played in just eight events for the second year in succession.
Played in just 10 events, fewest since his rookie season in 1997.
Had four top-25 finishes in 18 starts during the season.
Made 15 starts during the season. Troubled during the latter portion of the year with right-shoulder and left-thumb issues.
Received the PGA of America's highest annual honor in conjunction with the 2011 PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club, the PGA's Distinguished Service Award, which honors outstanding individuals who display leadership and humanitarian qualities, including integrity, sportsmanship and enthusiasm for the game of golf.
Made just 16 appearances due to problems with his left hand. Subsequent surgery kept him out of action for three months during the summer. Played at The Principal Charity Classic in early June and then did not play again until late August at the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach.
Inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame in November.
Pocketed over $1.4 million in earnings, the most in one year since the 2001 season when he went over $2 million.
Two best events came in back-to-back starts during May.
Eclipsed the $2-million mark in earnings for a second straight year and again led the PGA TOUR Champions in official victories with five.
Voted by his peers as the winner of the Jack Nicklaus Award, symbolizing the PGA TOUR Champions's Player of the Year. Earned $2,708,005, the third-highest money total in PGA TOUR Champions history at the time, claiming the Arnold Palmer Award as the leading money-winner on the PGA TOUR Champions. Averaged $90,267 per start over 30 appearances, thanks to a season-best six victories that included four wins in his final eight starts. His 32 consecutive par/better rounds was a record at the time. Set PGA TOUR Champions standard for Most Rounds in the 60s (59/breaking Bruce Fleisher's old mark of 56 in 1999).
Bothered by a herniated disc in his neck at several points during the year, but still won multiple official titles.
Won three times in his first full year on the PGA TOUR Champions and lost two other events in playoffs.
In his final full year on the PGA TOUR in 1996, rebounded from four consecutive seasons in which he earned less than $100,000 to record the third-best earnings season of his 23-year career. In 21 starts, made $305,083 and finished 70th on the PGA TOUR money list.
Best earnings year was 1987, when he made $501,292, 14th on the money list.
Recorded two victories (Jackie Gleason-Inverrary Classic and Western Open), two seconds and two thirds in 1979 en route to a second-place finish on the money list behind Watson with $281,022. Was named as Golf Digest's Most Improved Player that season.