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PGA TOUR Champions Victories (8)
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (3)
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CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Slipped from 14th to 46th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list and failed to earn a spot in the final Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time since joining the Tour full time in 2010. Had just one top-10 finish, the fewest he's had in a season on Tour and it did not come until September.
Was one of 14 players on PGA TOUR Champions to surpass the $1 million mark in season earnings with $1,021,200. It marked the seventh consecutive year he had earned over $1 million in a season on Tour.
Streak of years with at least one victory snapped at three and turned in his best efforts of the campaign at the beginning and end of the season. Performed well in 2015 in the state of Texas.
Won the first and last full-field events of the season and claimed multiple titles for the third consecutive year. Eclipsed the $1.4-million mark in single-season earnings and has been over seven figures in yearly earnings for five straight Champions Tour years.
Won multiple events and was among the top five in more than a third of his 24 starts (nine times.)
Named the Champions Tour's April Player of the Month following his two wins during the month. Played the majority of his golf on the Champions Tour for the first time and registered 10 top-10 finishes among his 19 starts on the circuit. Topped the Champions Tour's All-Around stats category (101).
Was third in two events in the first third of the season and started the campaign with 28 rounds of par/better out of 29 played. Late-season run allowed him to finish fourth in the final Schwab Cup standings with 1,846 points and earned him a $200,000 annuity.
Split time between the Champions Tour and the PGA TOUR and narrowly missed out on being fully-exempt on both circuits for 2011. Made 14 starts on the Champions Tour and was among the top-10 seven times, including three second-place performances. Finished 9th on the Champions money list with $1,196,770, the most money made by a player without a victory. Made 17 starts on the PGA TOUR. Came into the week at No. 124 on the PGA TOUR money list, but ended up at No. 130 after the missed cut at Disney.
Finished 110th on the money list with one top-10 and six top-25 finishes, tying a career high (1993). Made just three starts on the Champions Tour while still competing on the PGA TOUR. Parlayed a sponsor's exemption at the Senior PGA Championship into his first career Champions Tour win. Made 21 starts on the PGA TOUR. Finished 109th on the final PGA TOUR money list in 2009.
Made a late surge to keep his TOUR card, finishing No. 106 on the money list, thanks to two top-10 finishes in his last four starts of the season. Recorded a career-high 18 made cuts in 28 starts.
Made cut in half of his 30 starts during the year, while posting two top-10s.
Finished in the top 125 on the money list for just the second time in his career (at the time) and first since finishing 73rd in 1993. His $882,872 were more than he had earned in his first 187 events on TOUR ($740,360.)
Played primarily on the Web.com Tour, where he was also a member from 1997-2001, with two top-10s in 24 events.
Then-career-best PGA TOUR finishes came back-to-back in his first two events of the season.
Finished 15th on European Tour Order of Merit.