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PGA TOUR Champions Victories (11)
International Victories (3)
Additional Victories (16)
Made just two starts.
Played in just two events and both were in South Florida in February.
Played in just six events and none after competing at the 3M Championship in early August.
Played in just eight events, the fewest in his Champions Tour career, and none following the 3M Championship in August.
Played a limited schedule as he continued to monitor the medical progress of his son, Devon, who was still recovering from a serious car accident that occurred in December 2011. Consequently, made just 13 appearances during the campaign.
Made just 14 starts, including his 400th official event on the circuit, at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open (T57).
Made only 10 starts due to injuries. Played in both the Allianz Championship (T47) and the Toshiba Classic (T49) before going to the sidelines once again following right-rotator cuff surgery in mid-March.
After battling nagging shoulder issues during the early part of the 2009 campaign, had his season cut short when he underwent surgery in mid-September to repair two tears in his left shoulder.
Out of the top 30 on the money list for the first time since joining the Champions Tour full time in 1998.
A top-30 finisher on the money list for the 10th consecutive year. Recorded a pair of runner-up finishes near the end of the season.
Saw his streak of consecutive million-dollar seasons end at eight and was out of the top 20 on the money list for the first time since his rookie year in 1997. Was first diagnosed with high blood pressure at the Toshiba Classic and was bothered by this condition for the majority of season.
Won Player of the Year honors with career season that saw him, at age 58 also become the oldest player ever to claim the Arnold Palmer Award signifying the leading money-winner on the circuit. Was the only player to eclipse the $2-million mark in single-season earnings, making almost $400,000 more than his previous-best season (2000). Set the pace on the Champions Tour for Sub-Par Rounds with 60 and also Rounds in the 60s (42 of 84). Along with Mark McNulty, registered a Champions Tour-best 15 top-10 finishes, with four of them coming in his four appearances in major championships. Was involved in half of the eight playoffs during the season, winning twice for the first time since 2002.
Best two performances of the year came in his first two starts.
Won multiples titles in a season for the first time since 1998. Named Player of the Month for March after claiming his sixth career title.
The busiest player on the Champions Tour with 37 official starts (112 rounds).
Inducted into the New England PGA Hall of Fame after the 2000 season.
The Champions Tour "ironman," he played every round (119) of every official event (38). Registered 18 top 10s (second to Bruce Fleisher).
Won a pair of titles and was over the $1-million mark in official earnings for the first time in his career. The 119 rounds he played equalled Bruce Summerhays' all-time record set in 1996.
Made his Champions Tour debut at the PGA Seniors' Championship just four days after turning 50. Monday-qualified for four of his first eight starts before winning in New York.