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PGA TOUR Victories (8)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (13)
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Posted a pair of top-10 finishes in his 20 appearances during the year.
Slipped to 48th on the final money list, with earnings totaling $347,083.
Saw his string of top-30 money-list finishes end at eight consecutive years when he slipped to 35th. Posted just two top-10s and was in the top 25 just eight times, fewest in his PGA TOUR Champions career.
Registered only two top-10s during his 23 starts, at the time the fewest he's had since turning 50. One, however, was his 13th career PGA TOUR Champions title.
Troubled with shoulder and upper-back issues for the latter half of the year and was out of action for over a month from mid-June to late-July. Was forced to withdraw prior to starting defense of his title at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open in June as a result of these injuries. Winless season ended a run of six consecutive years with at least one PGA TOUR Champions title. Was among the top-eight in four events, with three of them coming in a four-event stretch during the late-spring/early-summer.
Went over the million-dollar mark for the fifth consecutive season and played his best golf during a three-event run early in the summer.
After taking most of the month of June off, came back to claim two wins among eight top-10 finishes in his final 10 starts.
Claimed the prestigious Charles Schwab Cup and also was second again to Jay Haas on the money list, with over $2 million in earnings ($2,170,627). Earned January/February Player of the Month honors and was also the PGA TOUR Champions's Player of the Month in October. For the second straight year, secured the Byron Nelson Award for the lowest scoring average (69.31) on the strength of his play in the year's final event. His back-to-back Nelson trophies were a first since Gil Morgan in 2000-01.
Along with Corey Pavin, served as an assistant captain to Tom Lehman at the 2006 Ryder Cup matches in Ireland.
Joined the PGA TOUR Champions in July and had an immediate impact continuing to split time between the PGA TOUR and the PGA TOUR Champions. Selected as the PGA TOUR Champions August Player of the Month.
After failing to finish in the top 30 on the money list in 1998 for the first time since 1993, returned with a solid year in 1999.
Won multiple titles in 1996, at the MCI Classic and Greater Milwaukee Open. At the MCI Classic, his 265 total broke Hale Irwin's tournament record by one stroke.
Had three top-10s in majors. Led the PGA TOUR in Putting in 1994.
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