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PGA TOUR Victories (14)
Season resume included just four starts.
Played in just 12 events.
Played in 19 events, with a pair of top-30 finishes.
Season was limited to just 14 starts and none after late-August as he opted to undergo right hip-replacement surgery.
Struggled with hip issues throughout his season and eventually played in just 14 events and none after the Dick's Sporting Goods Open in mid-August.
For the second straight year finished 36th on the money list. Had his two best outings in successive starts in August. Had a streak of 90 holes without a bogey during the year, which started on the fifth hole in the second round of The Principal Charity Classic and ended on the fifth hole in the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
Enjoyed his best earnings year since pocketing a little more than $939,000 on the PGA TOUR in 2003.
Was among the top 10 three times in his first full Champions Tour season. His 19 starts were the most he's made since he played 24 PGA TOUR tournaments in 2003. Had a chance to finish among the top-30 money-winners on the Champions Tour until he was slowed by lower-back problems in October and ended up 34th.
Turned 50 in late April but did not make first of his two appearances on the Champions Tour until mid-October when he debuted at the Administaff Small Business Classic.
Played in career-low 10 events, making the cut twice.
Between his obligations to the PGA of America as Ryder Cup Captain and broadcasting responsibilities, played in 16 events, making just five cuts.
A year after finishing outside the top 125 for the first time since 1993 and posting no top-10s, came back and finished 75th on the money list with four top-10s. Finished third on TOUR in Driving Accuracy.
Named by the PGA of America as the 2004 Ryder Cup Captain. Was member of Ryder Cup team and compiled a 1-1 record.
Won seven times in his 20s, once in his 30s, six times in 40s with win at Shell Houston Open. Closing 69 at Houston brought him from two strokes back to 14th title. $612,000 payday also lifted him over $1 million for fourth consecutive season. Suffering from sleep apnea he disclosed at the PGA Championship.
By season's end, had accumulated two victories for a total of five in a three-year stretch, the best run of his career. Fifth TOUR season in which he has had two victories. A member of the victorious U.S. Presidents Cup team with 2-2 record.
Had another super year with a career-best 13 top-10s, including a three-stroke victory over Dennis Paulson in Bell Canadian Open. Leader of Ryder Cup victory with 3-1-1 record.
Had best money-list finish since 1983, when he was first. Qualified for his first Presidents Cup Team, but subsequently was forced to withdraw due to his father-in-law's death.
Played under one-time exemption for being in top 50 in career earnings. Comeback began when he made $540,162 and twice finished second.
Winless for eight years after 1986, with low point coming, when earnings fell to $39,324.
Posted two more titles for the second consecutive season, Phoenix Open and Memorial Tournament.
Won two tournaments, St. Jude Memphis Classic and Southwest Classic.
Finished atop money list with $426,668 on strength of victories in THE PLAYERS Championship and PGA Championship. PGA of America and GWAA Player of the Year.
Rookie year, posted three seconds, a third and, in final event of his season at Walt Disney World Golf Classic, his first victory.
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