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PGA TOUR Victories (14)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (10)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (3)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
Despite missing the beginning of the season due to injury (right shoulder), posted five finishes in the top-five including a victory at the 3M Championship for the third time in his career. Led the Tour in driving distance (299.7 yards) and total driving (32). Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the seventh time and finished No. 16 in the standings with just under $1 million in winnings.
Failed to qualify for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time in six years when he fell from 12th to 41st on the money list. Two of his three top-10 finishes during the year came in his first three starts. Did not play an event after withdrawing after two rounds of the U.S. Senior Open in mid-August until the Toshiba Classic in October.
Played frequently on the PGA TOUR in the first half of the year.
Backed up a banner 2013 season with a solid year that saw him win multiple titles for the second straight year and finish among the top 10 in half of his 18 starts. Despite taking a self-imposed five-week break after the PGA Championship, still managed to finish fourth on the Charles Schwab Cup points list (2,059) and fifth in single-season earnings, with more than $1.5 million. Appeared in three other PGA TOUR events last year, missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii, The Honda Classic and THE PLAYERS Championship.
The winner of the PGA TOUR Champions's Jack Nicklaus Award as the Player of the Year, he claimed three titles, including victories in consecutive starts in major championships during the summer, and then the AT&T Championship in October near the end of the campaign. Was the only player on the circuit with three titles, a first on the PGA TOUR Champions since 2011. Back-to-back wins in majors were also a first on the PGA TOUR Champions since Bernhard Langer won both the 2010 Open Championship and U.S. Senior Open in consecutive weeks. Those wins catapulted him to his first Charles Schwab Cup, eventually finishing 412 points in front of Langer after leading by more than 1,000 points over David Frost after the U.S. Senior Open. Took the lead for good in the points-based competition after winning the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship on the last day of June. Finished second to Langer on the money list, with more than $2.2 million. Two days after The ACE Group Classic, underwent left-knee surgery for a torn meniscus in Nashville. Was out of action until mid-April. Named the PGA TOUR Champions's Player of the Month for June, July and October. Was named the 2013 Senior Player of the Year by the Golf Writers Association of America. Made three starts on the PGA TOUR.
Among the top 10 in half of his 18 starts on the PGA TOUR Champions but registered just one victory early in the campaign. Made only five PGA TOUR starts, the first time he had less than 13 appearances on that TOUR since 1987.
Split time between the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions, making 10 appearances on the senior circuit. Made 13 PGA TOUR appearances, making five cuts.
Had a sub-par PGA TOUR year, with just one top-10 finish, his fewest since 2006. Twenty starts were the fewest he made in a year on TOUR since 2000. Closed his PGA TOUR year after The Barclays in late August.
Posted multiple victories (two) for the fourth time in his career en route to a ninth-place finish in the FedExCup standings.
Had a career season with three tournament victories before competing on his second Ryder Cup team near his home in Kentucky. Totaled a career-best $4,663,794 in season earnings.
Struggled the first half of the season, attempting to regain form after knee surgery in 2006. Posted three top-10s over final 10 starts, with eight top-25s in that span. Played into third PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup event, the BMW Championship, and finished 60th in FedExCup standings. Finished among the top-125 for the 21st consecutive season.
Did not have a top-10 in 22 starts for the first time in his TOUR career. Had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on March 13 and was unable to defend his title that week at the Bay Hill Invitational.
Finished sixth on TOUR money list. Recorded multiple victories (2) and finished with more than $3 million in earnings for second time in his career.
Fourth consecutive top-30 finish (No. 30) on money list and seven more top-10s.
Won three times and had 10 top-10s in 26 starts, along with $4,400,122 in winnings. Joined Mike Weir and Ernie Els to log top-10s in three majors.
Finished in the top 30 in earnings for fifth time in career. Of his six top-10s, three came in first four starts.
In finishing 24th on the money list with $1,786,066, surpassed the $1-million single-season earnings mark for the first time. Top-30 finish earned a spot in the TOUR Championship for the first time since 1996. Year was driven by six top-10s.
Consistent season, making 18 cuts in 20 tournaments entered and finishing third three times.
Though he surpassed $400,000 in earnings, finished 94th on the money list, his lowest ranking since joining the TOUR.
Rebounded from sub-standard 1997 season, entered 25 tournaments and finished in top-10 five times.
Not as spectacular a year as 1996, but still managed to retain full-exempt status for 11th consecutive season.
Earned nearly $1 million and 13th spot on money list with nine top-10s, including a second, one third, two fourths and a fifth.
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