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PGA TOUR Victories (39)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (14)
International Victories (4)
Additional Victories (11)
PLAYOFF RECORD (8-5)
PLAYOFF RECORD (3-8)
Limited his schedule to just 10 events. Best finish came at the season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai (T10).
Limited his schedule to just eight events and had a pair of top-25 finishes.
Made two of five PGA TOUR cuts.
Played in only six events on the Champions Tour due to injury in the spring and early summer. It was fewest he's played in a full season. Also made three appearances in PGA TOUR events during the campaign.
Made three PGA TOUR starts. Champions Tour Player of the Month for May.
Made three starts on the PGA TOUR. Made 12 starts on the Champions Tour.
Finished 114th on the money list.
On the PGA TOUR. Underwent successful left hip replacement surgery on Oct. 2.
Led the Champions Tour in Greens In Regulation, hitting over 76 percent, the best percentage on the circuit since Tom Kite in 2000.
Spent most of the season on the Champions Tour, playing only two events on the PGA TOUR.
Played in 12 Champions Tour events and collected five top-10s. Had surgery on his right shoulder in October.
Played in just four events for the fourth straight year on PGA TOUR but participated in all nine majors between the PGA TOUR and Champions Tour, a record for majors participation. Thanks to two major victories, named Champions Tour Player of the Year. Finished in top 10 in 10 of 14 events on the Champions Tour including two wins and five runner-ups. Wins came in two of the Champions Tour majors: The Senior Open Championship and JELD-WEN Tradition. Also the recipient of the Card Walker Award and the Payne Stewart Award. Finished first in Charles Schwab Cup points and donated entire $1-million bonus to ALS research, the disease his caddie Bruce Edwards died from.
His PGA TOUR record string of consecutive years earning at least $100,000 stopped at 26 (1974-2000).
Went over the $1-million mark in season earnings for first time in his career.
Finished 25th on the money list, his highest ranking since 1987, and he made his first trip to THE TOUR Championship since winning that event in 1987.
Came close to winning during a season that saw him record five top-10 finishes.
Turned in four top-10s, with his top showings coming at major championships.
Finished 68th on the final money list, with five top-10s in 17 TOUR starts. Best showings were four seventh-place performances.
Season highlight came when he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. Also and a trio of T9s.
Contended in four PGA TOUR events, with all four resulting in third-place finishes.
Earned PGA Player of the Year honors for the sixth and final time in his career. Finished in the top-three six times, including three PGA TOUR victories and an additional title at the Australian Open. Three second-place performances–two coming in major championships–still left him disappointed.
Had 10 top-10s in 17 starts.
For sixth consecutive year, captured at least three victories in a season, and after a one-year absence he was the PGA Player of the Year for a fifth time. He finished fifth on the money list, making the cut in 19 of his 20 starts.
Won three times, including his second Masters Tournament title and finished third on the money list.
Won a career-best seven tournaments and finished in the top 10 in 16 of his 22 starts. He didn't miss a cut, and his worst performance of the season was a T19 at the Bay Hill Classic. Led the money list ($530,808) for a fourth consecutive year, becoming the first player in history to break the half-million-dollar mark in a season. Was the PGA Player of the Year for a fourth straight time.
Earned his third consecutive PGA Player of the Year Award and Vardon Trophy during his third straight five-victory season. Also passed the $400,000 mark in earnings for the first time ($462,636) to again lead the money list.
Won multiple titles for a third consecutive year, taking five tournament crowns for a second straight season. He also had three second-place showings. Won the PGA Player of the Year Award for a second straight year and again topped the TOUR's money chart. Once again eared the Vardon Trophy.
Won five times, including his first Masters title and second Open Championship title. Also picked up his first PGA Player of the Year Award while leading the money list for the first time. Also earned his inaugural Vardon Trophy.
Had 11 top-10s, including a pair of runner-up showings.
Played his first full PGA TOUR season and had two third-place showings as he finished 35th on the money list. Was third at the Hawaiian Open and the Magnolia Classic and was also T4 at the Greater New Orleans Open.
Made his major championship debut, at the U.S. Open. Failed to break par once at Pebble Beach GL but still finished T29. Best showing in six TOUR starts was a T17 at the Azaela Open in Wilmington, N.C.
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