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PGA TOUR Victories (5)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (1)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Enjoyed his most successful season on PGA TOUR Champions since joining the Tour full time in 2015. Overall, earned $800,836 (20th on money list), surpassing the combined total of his first two seasons on Tour. Had six top-10s among his 20 starts, including a pair of runner-up finishes. Improved his putting average, moving up from 24th in 2017 to 4th overall. Led all players in one-putt percentage at 40.77 (433 of 1,062).
Played his first full season on PGA TOUR Champions, making 20 starts and finishing 52nd on the final money list.
Split his time between the PGA TOUR (13 starts) and the PGA TOUR Champions (10 starts). Made two of 13 PGA TOUR cuts playing out of the one-time Top 50 Career Money exemption category. Made two cuts in 13 starts on the PGA TOUR with best finish a T48 at the RBC Canadian Open.
Appeared in just four PGA TOUR Champions events after turning 50 in July, and all came in a six-week span in the summer. Made one of 12 PGA TOUR cuts and will utilize his top-50 career money-list exemption on the PGA TOUR for the 2014-15 season.
Made four of 14 TOUR cuts and finished No. 214 in the FedExCup standings. Failed to record a top-10 for the second consecutive season.
Made only nine starts on TOUR due to left-wrist injury.
Battled an early season wrist injury that limited his starts. Was still able to make nine of 15 cuts and finish inside the top 125 of the money list for the 14 consecutive season.
Claimed three top-10 finishes in 2010, including a playoff loss to Bubba Watson at the Travelers Championship.
Recorded six top-10 finishes on his way to his best result in the FedExCup (10th). Earned more than $2 million for the sixth time in his 23-year PGA TOUR career. Finished 22nd at the TOUR Championship. Has seven top-10 finishes in nine starts at the TOUR Championship.
Finished in the top 50 on the money list for the seventh consecutive season, and named as a Captain's Pick by Tom Lehman for the U.S. Ryder Cup squad.
Despite suffering from plantar fascitis, an ailment in his right foot for much of the year, finished among the top 30 money winners.
Named winner of the 2002 Ben Hogan Award, given by the Golf Writers Association of America to an individual who has continued to be active in golf despite a physical handicap or serious illness.
Finished in the top 10 on the money list and earned over $2 million for first time in his career, completing the season with a victory.
Made 26 starts, making cut in 19.
Chosen by his peers as PGA TOUR Comeback Player of the Year.
Required surgery on elbow again and received Special Medical Extension for 1997.
Played first part of season under Special Medical Extension and was able to retain card by finishing 97th on money list.
Did not play as he rehabbed from his surgeries.
Didn't begin his season until March, played 13 events and made only one cut. Had additional surgery to increase blood flow in the joint of the elbow.
Right-elbow issues caused the most frustrating season of his career. Made only one cut, at the Las Vegas Invitational, in his 25th of 26 starts (24 missed cuts, one withdrawal). Finished T63 in Nevada. Played in the Independent Insurance Agent Open in late October and then prepared for elbow surgery in December to remove bone spurs.
Made 15 of 28 cuts and finished 141st on the money list.
Missed his first seven cuts to start the season and made only 12 cuts in 31 official starts.