1997 Satelindo Indonesia Open [Asia], Japan Open [Jpn], Coolum Classic [Aus].
1999 Ford Open [Aus].
2002 New Zealand Open.
2005 Heineken Classic [Eur].
2007 Australian Open [Aus].
Kirin Cup (1), 1988
Four Tours World Championship of Golf (3), 1989, 1990, 1991
Dunhill Cup (5), 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999
The Presidents Cup (3), 1994, 1996, 1998
World Cup (1), 2002.
2008: Made three cuts in four starts on the PGA TOUR, with a best finish of T70 at The Open Championship. 2007: Spent the season playing on the Japan Golf Tour and also played twice on the Nationwide Tour in two early season events. Finished T5 at the Jacob's Creek Open in early February in Australia. 2006: 2005: Played in the minimum amount of 15 TOUR events and finished No. 124 on the money list
Posted T10 at season-opening Mercedes Championships, first top-10 since playoff victory at the 2004 Ford Championship at Doral
Won the Heineken Classic on the European Tour for his sixth victory on that circuit and 21st worldwide. Defeated Nick O'Hern with a birdie on the fourth extra hole to run his playoff record to 3-0 on the European Tour
The defending champion of the Ford Championship at Doral finished T6. Opened the event with 39 holes without a bogey, then did not make a second one until the 72nd hole of the tournament
Missed the cut in five of the last six events of his season, which ended with a T58 at the WGC-NEC Invitational in August. 2004: Made a miraculous eagle from the fairway, on the par-4 18th, the first playoff hole, to beat Scott Verplank and win the Ford Championship at Doral. His eagle, a 6-iron from 176 yards, came on the Blue Monster's signature hole. It was his first start of the season on the TOUR. Nearly missed first-round 7:54 a.m. tee time as he slept through his alarm. "My brother (Glenn) awoke me at 7:40 a.m. It was a mad dash to the 10th tee grabbing whatever clothes I could find in the wardrobe," Parry later explained. He posted a first-round 1-under-par 71 and then finished 67-65-68 to force the playoff with Verplank. 2003: Sub-par year as position on the season money list (165th) was lowest of career on the TOUR. Played in only 16 events and made 10 cuts
Best effort was a T25 at the Mercedes Championships at the start of the season. 2002: Had career highs in money earned ($1,466,235) and money list position (37th)
Earned first TOUR win in his 236th start at the WGC-NEC Invitational. Victory was 20th career victory worldwide, and second of 2002 (TelstraSaturn Hyundai New Zealand Open). Payday of $1 million exceeded any of his previous 10 full seasons on TOUR. Jumped from No. 118 to No. 45 in Official World Golf Ranking. After third-round 66, grabbed share of 54-hole lead with Robert Allenby. Closed out victory with final-round 66. 2001: Finished out of the top 100 on the money list for the first time since he became a TOUR member in April 1992
Only top-10 of season came in Invensys Classic at Las Vegas, a T7 worth $135,562 that lifted him to 93rd on money list. Held third-round lead by one stroke over Tom Lehman, helped by a double eagle during the round. 2000: Fell to 95th on money list after finishing 39th the prior year
Lone top-10 of year was T7 at FedEx St. Jude Classic. 1999: Earned more than $900,000 and 39th-place finish on money list
Finished T4 at the The Open Championship. Third-round 67 matched low round of tournament
Posted his best finish of the year at the World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational in August with a T3
Won Ford Open on the PGA TOUR of Australasia. 1998: Was member of third International Team in Presidents Cup (1994, 1996, 1998). 1997: Earned more than $200,000 for sixth consecutive year and eclipsed $300,000 mark for fourth time in six seasons. Also had four top-10s, his most since 1992
Won three international events - Satelindo Indonesia Open on Omega Tour, Japan Open and Coolum Classic in Australia. 1996: Posted two runner-up finishes in 24 starts. At GTE Byron Nelson Classic, opened with 70-67 before shooting 65-65 to move from T23 to second. Later T2 at Buick Classic with three others. 1994: First runner-up finish came at The Honda Classic, where he closed with 67. Also finished second at Colonial National Invitation after leading through 36 and 54 holes. Final-round 71 relinquished lead and eventually victory to Tom Lehman by one stroke. 1992: Became Special Temporary TOUR Member in April. Finished T6 at THE PLAYERS Championship and Freeport-McMoRan Classic in consecutive weeks.