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PGA TOUR Victories (2)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
Additional Victories (8)
Made five starts during the campaign.
Played in 21 events, with a trio of top-20 finishes.
Made just seven official starts, the fewest in his Champions Tour career.
Managed three top-25 efforts for the second year in a row, however, did not register a top-10 performance for the second consecutive year.
Was among the top 20 in three events, all before May. Struggled with his game for a majority of the season, sinking to 61st on the final money list, his lowest standing since joining the Champions Tour in 2004. His scoring average was more than a stroke higher than in 2010, and he ranked 47th in Putting after tying for 10th in that same category in 2010.
Scattered seven top-10 finishes, the most he's ever had in one season on the Champions Tour, and ended up 22nd on the final earnings list, his highest standing since 2005.
Was among the top 30 on the money list for the first time since 2005.
Did not record a top-10 finish in 22 starts, but did place in the top 20 seven times.
Played well early in the year, with three top-10 finishes in his first five starts, but would fare no better than T18 the remainder of the season.
Slipped to 39th on the money list after finishing 21st the previous year and saw his earnings drop nearly in half from his 2005 total.
Enjoyed immediate success in his first full season on the Champions Tour. Earned a career-best $863,006, over $300,000 more than his best season on the PGA TOUR. Selected as the May Player of the Month after winning his first Champions Tour event in his 17th career start at the Senior PGA Championship.
In 1997, enjoyed best year on TOUR since 1990. Made 15 of 25 cuts and had three top-10 finishes.
Missed most of the 1993 season after suffering a wrist injury playing table tennis while in Japan for the Dunlop Phoenix Open in the fall of 1992. Originally diagnosed as a chip fracture to his right wrist, returned to action in early spring and played five events before further exams found it was separated tendon. Underwent surgery to reattach the tendon and was sidelined the remainder of the season.
Had an unusual injury in 1991 when he suffered a broken rib chasing a cat from his garage.
Followed his 1988 campaign with another strong season in 1989, earning $401,665, his second-most lucrative year on TOUR.
Finished No. 123 on money list.
Won Driving Accuracy title in 1980, first year official statistics were kept.
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