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In nine starts on PGA TOUR Champions, tallied two major victories (Regions Tradition, U.S. Senior Open) and six top-10s. Last start on either the PGA TOUR or PGA TOUR Champions was in July at the Bridgestone SENIOR PLAYERS Championship. Finished 12th in the Charles Schwab Cup and eighth on the money list ($1,534,327).
After splitting time between PGA TOUR Champions and PGA TOUR, claimed four top-25 finishes in 12 TOUR starts, including a T23 showing in his 21st PLAYERS Championship. Best finish of the PGA TOUR season was T12 at the Valspar Championship. Having finished at No. 145 in the FedExCup, entered the 2018-19 season on a Top 25 Career Money exemption. Served as one of Jim Furyk's vice captains at the Ryder Cup in Paris, France
Claimed six top-25 finishes, two of which were top-10 showings. Made 11 of 13 cuts en route to qualifying for the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th time. Made six starts on PGA TOUR Champions, where he finished outside the top 10 just once. Closed out the season in style, captaining the United States to an eight-point victory in the Presidents Cup.
Season highlighted by qualifying for the FedExCup Playoffs for the ninth time in 10 seasons and being named (on April 12) the U.S. Presidents Cup captain to be contested at Liberty National in 2017.
Once again playing a limited schedule, failed to record a top-10 finish for just the second time (2003) since joining the PGA TOUR. Made the cut in seven of nine starts, with a T27 at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial his best outing. Closed the season with a T30 finish at the PGA Championship, contested at Whistling Straits in his home state of Wisconsin. Wife, Nicki, caddied for him at the event.
Made the cut in all 11 TOUR starts, with a pair of top-10s. Was ranked No. 103 in the FedExCup following the Wyndham Championship but missed his first FedExCup Playoffs due to injuries. Had been one of three players (Hunter Mahan and Phil Mickelson) to advance to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola each year of the FedExCup Playoffs (2007-13). In August was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his left hip, which had been bothering him since after the U.S. Open in June. Also had herniated disks in his back and neck.
Continued to be regarded as one of the TOUR's most consistent players, making the cut in all 13 starts, including eight top-10 finishes and a third-place finish in the FedExCup (second only to his runner-up finish in the season-long points race in 2007). Season included a career-high four runner-up finishes.
Is one of three players (Hunter Mahan and Phil Mickelson) to advance to the TOUR Championship in each of the first six years of the FedExCup Playoffs. Also has most career rounds in the 60s in the FedExCup Playoffs events (53).
Only player on TOUR to record multiple wins in the last three seasons. Is also the eighth player since 1983 to win multiple events in at least three consecutive seasons. Made all 19 of his cuts for the second consecutive season and entered the 2012 season with 42 consecutive made cuts.
With two victories on the season, finished seventh in the final FedExCup standings to become one of just three players (Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk) to finish inside the top 15 during all four FedExCup seasons. Only player to have played in all 64 rounds of the Playoffs, with a TOUR-best 39 rounds in the 60s in those events. Finished T3 at The Barclays, ninth at the Deutsche Bank Championship and T8 at the BMW Championship to run his TOUR-leading record of top-10s.
Enjoyed a banner year, posting career-best numbers in wins (three) and top-10s (11).
Posted 13 top-25 finishes in 22 starts, finishing No. 14 in FedExCup points and No. 23 in earnings.
Had a career year, with a victory at The Barclays during the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup, a second-place finish in the FedExCup standings and a spot on the U.S. Presidents Cup team. Finished No. 4 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Voted PGA TOUR Comeback Player of the Year for a second consecutive season.
Voted PGA TOUR Comeback Player of the Year. Made 15 of 17 cuts out of the Past Champion category, where he needed Sponsor Exemptions or Top-10s to get into most fields. Earned $1,811,811 on the strength of seven top-10s. Finished No. 34 on PGA TOUR money list, his highest finish since No. 30 in 2001. The seven top-10s equaled his output over the previous five years on TOUR.
Playing with Past Champion status, earned a fourth-place finish at the Chrysler Classic of Tucson, one shot out of three-way playoff won by Geoff Ogilvy over Mark Calcavecchia and Kevin Na.
Lost his fully-exempt card for the first time since the 1997 season after finishing 151st on the 2004 PGA TOUR money list and seeing his three-year exemption for winning the 2001 World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship expire.
Placed 189th on the 2003 TOUR money list, his lowest finish since he joined the TOUR in 1994. Did not post a top-10 for the first time in his first 10 years on TOUR, with his best showing a T18 in his first start of the season, at the Phoenix Open. Was tied for third through 36 holes at TPC Scottsdale after he shot a 9-under 62 (10 birdies, one bogey).
Finished in the top 100 on the money list for the seventh time in his nine-year TOUR career, with his lone top-10 coming at the Verizon Byron Nelson Classic (T6).
Won first PGA TOUR title since the 1996 Motorola Western Open, defeating Pierre Fulke, 2 and 1, in 36-hole final of World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship. Earned way to $1 million by defeating (in order) Padraig Harrington, Scott Verplank, Justin Leonard, Nick O'Hern, Toru Taniguchi and Fulke. Third career victory jumped him from 91st to No. 47 in Official World Golf Ranking. Had not made a cut in TOUR event since July 2000. Win was his first in 89 starts.
For the first time in three years, managed to finish among top-10 only once–a T4 at the Compaq Classic of New Orleans. Shot up the leaderboard on the final day with an 8-under 64 at English Turn G&CC. After that performance, could only muster seven sub-par rounds out of 30, missing his final four cuts of the year.
Broke through for his first top-10 at THE PLAYERS Championship. Was within striking distance of leader David Duval after the third round, but a Sunday, 2-over 74 at TPC Sawgrass left him T6.
Recovered from his previous-season's off year and turned in a strong campaign. In a limited schedule of 21 events, made 20 cuts. Played only four times after Aug. 1, due to birth of first child, and finished in top 10 each time. Had a career-best 10 top-10 finishes and 12 top-25s. Won the Wisconsin State Open by 11 strokes.
Struggled throughout the season and dropped 126 places on the money list from the previous year, to No. 130. Lone top 10 was a T7 at the Quad City Classic, shooting four sub-70 rounds (69-68-67-66).
Impressive season included seven top-10s, all either firsts, seconds or thirds. Earned $1,383,739 to finish fourth on money list. Also T2 at NEC World Series of Golf, third at United Airlines Hawaiian Open, Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic and the TOUR Championship; and T3 in front of home state fans at Greater Milwaukee Open.
Capitalized on weekend rounds of 69-69 at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge to finish solo fourth at the Nestle Invitational in Orlando. A month later, shot a third-round 66 at the Kmart Greater Greensboro Open and went on to T7.
Added a T6 in September at the Bell Canadian Open (his second consecutive top-10 in the event) and then picked up a T4 at the Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic, three shots behind winner Rick Fehr. Finished 50th on the money list, fourth among rookies.
Made 12 Korn Ferry Tour starts. His top finish was a T5 at the Shreveport Open in Louisiana. Finished 85th on the money list.