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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (8)
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1)
Additional Victories (5)
PGA TOUR (0-1)
PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS (2-0)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
For the first time since 2014, Triplett posted multiple victories (Hoag Classic, PURE Insurance Championship) and finished in the top-10 in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings (ninth). Led the Tour with four runner-up finishes, won a career-best $1,608,298 and finished sixth on the money list.
Finished 13th in the Charles Schwab Cup and advanced to the season finale for the seventh straight year. Totaled nine top-10s and finished with over $1.2 million, his third million-dollar season on PGA TOUR Champions.
Earned multiple titles in a season for the first time in his TOUR career and also had three other top-three finishes. Earnings of more than $1.4 million were the most he's made in a season since 2004 on the PGA TOUR. That year, collected a personal-best $1.5 million.
Turned in a solid second PGA TOUR Champions season thanks to 13 top-10s in 22 starts. Named the PGA TOUR Champions's September Player of the Month. Played his best golf in the second half of the year when he recorded seven straight top-10 performances and nine top-10s in a span of 10 tournaments starting at the U.S. Senior Open. At one point during his run, recorded 14 consecutive sub-par rounds, equaling Tom Pernice, Jr.'s 14 sub-par rounds in a row as a PGA TOUR Champions season-best.
Recorded five top-10s in his 18 starts. Made only three PGA TOUR starts, his fewest since joining the TOUR in 1990.
Split his season between the PGA TOUR and Korn Ferry Tour. Made eight starts on TOUR, highlighted by a pair of top-25 finishes. On the Korn Ferry Tour, claimed his first win in one of 10 starts in 2011.
Claimed four top-25 finishes in 11 starts on PGA TOUR, playing out of the Past Champion category. Played seven Korn Ferry Tour events, with two third-place performances. Ended the year No. 81 on the money list.
Made nine of 20 PGA TOUR cuts, with his best finishes being a pair of T27s. Failed to make the necessary $819,958 needed to continue playing on a Major Medical Extension. As a result, played out of the past champion category in 2010.
Played in just nine events on the PGA TOUR, making four cuts. Didn't play until July because of an injury.
Made the cut in 12 of 25 events and recorded three top-25 finishes. Finished outside the top 125 on the money list (No. 177) for the second time in his 18-year PGA TOUR career.
Lone top-10 of the season was his third career win at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson. Finished 111th on the money list. Did not play after August, due to complications with his surgically-repaired right elbow.
Limited to 18 events due to elbow injury. Underwent right elbow surgery on damaged tendons on July 21 and didn't return until October at the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. Finished out of the top 125 for the first time since joining the TOUR in 1990. Received a Minor Medical Extension.
Made 19 cuts in 24 starts and collected six top-10s.
Finished in the top-10 in three of the four majors. Did not play in The Open Championship. Best finish in a major prior to that season included T13 at the PGA Championship in 1995 and 1997.
Posted four top-10s and 10 top-25s in 25 appearances.
Played in 26 events, finishing in the top 10 four times, including a solo third.
Rookie on the PGA TOUR after earning playing status through the 1989 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament.
Played Australian, Asian and Canadian Tours from 1987-89.