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PGA TOUR Victories (15)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
International Victories (12)
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Underwent surgery for a torn tendon on his right elbow on May 26th which cut his season short after just eight events before being sidelined for the remainder of the year. Is expected to return early in 2017 season. Did not play an event after May's Insperity Invitational where he withdrew after two rounds due to his elbow injury. Finished 72nd on the final money list.
Finished 37th on the final money list, an improvement of three places from his 2014 season.
Dropped out of the top 30 on the final money list for the first time in his five-year PGA TOUR Champions career, slipping from 14th to 40th with earnings of $435,402. He had surpassed $1 million in earnings the previous two years. Had just four top-10 finishes, four fewer than he had in 2013. After T2 in Putting Average in 2013, fell to 23rd in that category and also saw his scoring average drop from ninth to 36th.
Turned in his best earnings year since his 2006 PGA TOUR season, thanks to five top-three finishes in a row during the summer when he was perhaps the PGA TOUR Champions's hottest player. Came close to winning on multiple occasions in succession after notching two T3 performances to start his run.
Had a run of 14 straight scores of par or better during the summer on the PGA Tour Champions (from the second round of the Montreal Championship to the first round of The Senior Open Championship). At one point in the year, went 260 holes without a three-putt, the Tour's best streak for the year. Also played on the PGA TOUR.
Made only four starts on TOUR, his fewest since 1983. Focused on Champions Tour where he had nine top 10s in 17 starts. Among the top 20 on the Champions Tour money list for a second straight season and reeled off 24 consecutive scores of par or better from May through August. Led the Champions Tour in both Driving Accuracy (82.11 percent) and Putting Average (1.709). Made four appearances on the PGA TOUR, making the cut in two tournaments. Was the 2011 recipient of the Corporal Brock Bucklin Patriot Award at the Patriot Cup in Oklahoma in recognition of his passionate and ongoing support of the U.S. military. The Patriot Cup is a pro-am event benefiting the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to spouses and dependents of soldiers killed or disabled while defending the country.
Spent majority of his rookie year concentrating on captain's duties for the Ryder Cup matches in Wales and team finished a half point short of retaining the Ryder Cup at biennial matches in early October. Made strong bids for victories on both PGA TOUR and Champions Tour in 2010. Finished inside the top 125 on the PGA TOUR money list and recorded two top-10s, including a playoff loss. In first season on Champions Tour recorded eight top-10s in 15 starts, including two runner-up finishes.
After being named as the 2010 U.S. Ryder Cup captain, made the cut in 12 of 23 starts on the PGA TOUR, with four resulting in top-25 finishes. Turned 50 on November 16, 2009, thus becoming eligible for the Champions Tour in 2010. Took a one-time Top 50 on the PGA TOUR Career Money List exemption in 2010.
Collected $924,282 in season earnings, the fifth-largest total of his career, in his 25th season on the PGA TOUR. Made the cut in 14 of 20 starts, with six top-25 finishes.
Made 15 cuts in 25 starts and competed in one event in the PGA TOUR's Playoffs for the FedExCup.
Lone top-10 of the season was his first victory in over 10 years. Win and six other top-25s helped him surpass the $1-million mark ($1,308,084) in earnings for just the second time (1995-$1,340,079) in his 24-year TOUR career. Served as assistant U.S. Ryder Cup Captain.
Finished in the top 125 for second straight season and for 17th time in first 22 years on TOUR.
Two top-10s were the most since he posted three in 1998. Finished in the top 100 (89th) on the money list for the first time since 1998, when he was No. 70.
Made 18 cuts in 26 starts.
After finishing out of the top 150 on the money list in 1997-98, rebounded to finish 70th. Had as many top-10s (3) as he did in the two previous years combined.
Posted top-10s in two late-season events, Westin Texas Open and the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill. Lost playoff to Stephen Leaney at ANZ Players Championship in Australia, where he shot course-record 66 in second round.
Made 21 of 22 cuts and won the MasterCard Colonial. Finished in the top-10 nine times and ranked 18th on the money list. Earned berth on second straight Presidents Cup squad.