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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (6)
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CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
A year after finishing 49th in the Charles Schwab Cup, Pernice rebounded with five top-10s and a 27th-place finish in the final standings of 2018.
Won his fifth career title on PGA TOUR Champions and nearly eclipsed the $1 million mark in season earnings for the third time in his career, falling just shy at $989,960. It led to a 15th place finish on the final money list and he surpassed $7 million in PGA TOUR Champions career earnings. Improved from 26th to 3rd in Putting Average from 2015 and from 43rd to 4th in One-Putt Percentage. Will go into the 2017 season with a streak of 236 holes without a three-putt.
Played his best golf in the first half of the season when he registered six of his seven total top-10s.
Had perhaps his finest season in professional golf, claiming multiple titles in a season for the first time. Winnings of more than $1.5 million were a PGA TOUR Champions personal best. He secured the fifth spot on the Charles Schwab Cup points list, earning a $100,000 annuity.
Played his first full season as a PGA TOUR Champions member and finished seventh on the money list, with more than $1.4 million in earnings, thanks to 12 top-10 finishes that included six performances where he placed third or better. Got his season off to a strong start when he was either second or third in four of his first five tournaments. Reeled off 14 straight sub-par rounds (fourth round at The Senior Open Championship to the first round at the Montreal Championship), a season best, later equaled by Kirk Triplett.
Played just 10 PGA TOUR Champions events due to fully-exempt status on the PGA TOUR. Missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, finishing No. 186 in the FedExCup standings.
Split his time between the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions. On TOUR, claimed two top 10s in just 12 starts, including one at year's end which altered his plans for 2012. He was last exempt on TOUR in 2009 after finishing No. 80 on the 2008 money list. Enjoyed a nice PGA TOUR Champions season, garnering six top-10 finishes in 16 starts.
Played the majority of his golf on the PGA TOUR (22 starts). Of his 10 PGA TOUR Champions appearances, finished among the top-10 in his last nine tournaments. Played his best golf on the PGA TOUR Champions in the month of September. On the Champions Tour, finished no worse than T9 in his last nine last starts, including five at T5 or better.
Had a busy PGA TOUR schedule, with 26 starts to his credit. Finished 136th on the money list, with $525,800. Closed the year with eight straight rounds in the 60s. Finished outside the top 125 (No. 140) on the money list for the first time since the 2000 season.
Made the cut in 22 of 30 starts. Finished No. 80 in FedExCup points and earnings, thanks to six top-10 finishes (the second-highest total of his career).
Had just two top-10 finishes in 31 starts.
Enjoyed the best season of his 15-year TOUR career with career-high seven top-10s and more than $2 million in earnings ($2,396,548). Earned first trip to THE TOUR Championship after finishing 30th on the money list.
Played in 31 tournaments and made 21 cuts, including 11 consecutive at the end of the season, longest consecutive cuts streak of his career.
Collected his second TOUR victory and for the first time eclipsed the $1-million mark in season earnings.
The first season he earned fully-exempt status.
Earned more than $100,000 for the first time, with $173,012, placing him 127th on the money list.
Had three top-10 Web.com Tour finishes.
Earned status on the PGA TOUR with his second-place finish at the 1985 Qualifying Tournament. Made 12 cuts and finished 148th on the money list with $40,172.