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PGA TOUR Victories (6)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (6)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (4)
Enjoyed another steady year playing in 25 of 26 events and finishing 22nd on the final money list with $917,029. Qualified for the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the ninth straight year, sharing honors with Bernhard Langer for the longest active streak in that category. Surpassed the $10 million mark in PGA TOUR Champions career earnings during the year.
Finished outside the top-20 money-winners on the Champions Tour for the first time but still managed to post top-10s in third of his 24 starts.
Missed just one event during the year late in the season at the AT&T Championship, ending a streak of Champions Tour appearances at 102 consecutive dating to when he skipped the 2010 Ensure Classic at Rock Barn. Registered a victory and two second-place finishes during the campaign and earned more than $1.2 million, the largest amount he's made in a season since 2011. Had a big month in June that extended into mid-July when he was among the top six in four straight events.
For the third straight year, played in every Champions Tour event and was among the top 20 on the money list for the fifth consecutive season.
Season highlighted by two third-place efforts in a span of three tournaments during the spring.
Reclaimed a spot among the top-10 money-winners after a year's absence, finishing sixth on the money list for the second time in the last three seasons. Along with Rod Spittle, played in all 24 official events. Ranked third on the Champions Tour in sub-par rounds with 55.
Did not compete on the PGA TOUR for the first time since 1982. Played in 24 Champions Tour events. Never went more than four starts during the year without a top-10 finish and his two best efforts on the Champions Tour came in October.
Enjoyed another solid year on the Champions Tour, posting 10 top-10s in 25 starts. Of those top-10s, he finished T2 at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf and successfully defended his Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, good for his third Champions Tour victory. Was one of only four players to compete in all 25 official events. His 51 sub-par rounds led the Champions Tour. The Champions Tour's Player of the Month in September.
Played in just two events on the PGA TOUR. Missed cut in both events. Won twice on the Champions Tour. After getting a taste of the Champions Tour late in 2007, took full advantage of his rookie season, winning twice and earning more than $1.7 million, his best financial year on TOUR since 2002. Claimed multiple official titles in a season for the first time ever and 12 top-10s during the year were also a personal best.
Played in 21 PGA TOUR events and made his first start in a Champions Tour event in mid-September. Named United States Presidents Cup Captain's Assistant on July 25, the third consecutive time he was named to assist Captain Jack Nicklaus. Played in five Champions Tour events after turning 50 in early September.
Cracked the $1-million mark for sixth straight season and eighth time in last nine years and has finished in the top 100 on the money list 22 consecutive seasons.
Earned more than $1 million for the first time. Had eight second-place finishes between first and second victories (1988-1997).
First earned TOUR card in the fall of 1982 but lost his playing privileges. Sat out the 1984 season and then regained his player's card at the National Qualifying Tournament in fall of 1984.