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PGA TOUR Victories (4)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (4)
International Victories (1)
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Posted 10 top-10 finishes including a victory in the first Playoffs event, the Dominion Energy Charity Classic. Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the fourth time in five years on Tour. Finished the tournament T5 to be one of only two players (Vijay Singh) that ended the season with top-10s in all three Playoffs events.
After posting three wins and a seventh-place finish on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list in 2016, failed to win an event and slipped to 42nd on the final 2017 money list, his worst showing in four years. Had just one top-10 finish over the final six months of the season and none in his final seven starts.
Was one of five players to earn multiple titles during the year, winning three times, all in a span of four events in a five-week period in March and April.
Enjoyed a productive first full season on the PGA TOUR Champions with 10 top-10s in 17 starts, including top-5s at two majors. Played primarily on the PGA TOUR in the first part of the year but made only one cut in nine starts after January.
Played a mixture of PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions events and managed to secure a spot among the PGA TOUR Champions's top-30 money-winners despite only making eight starts on the over-50 circuit. Was among the top five in his first five starts on the Champions Tour and ended the year with six top-five performances overall. Had just one top-25 finish in 10 made cuts on the PGA TOUR (22 starts), and ended his season ranked No. 168 in FedExCup standings.
Broke through to the winner's circle for the first time in six years at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Was unable to qualify for the FedExCup Playoffs. Also made four cuts in 10 starts on the Web.com Tour.
Split time on the Web.com Tour and the PGA TOUR, making the cut in two of seven starts on the PGA TOUR, with top-20 finishes in two of his last three starts. Made the cut in nine of 18 starts on the Web.com Tour.
Claimed one top-10 finish on the PGA TOUR in 18 starts, and was three for three in made cuts on the Web.com Tour.
Finished outside the top 100 on the money list for the first time in eight seasons.
Solid season with three top-10s.
Made the cut in 24 of 30 starts on his way to finishing No. 58 in the FedExCup standings. Surpassed $2 million in earnings for the second time in his career, thanks to six top-10 finishes (the most since a career-best seven during his rookie season in 1995).
Won more than $1 million for a fourth consecutive season.
Earned a victory for the first time since his rookie season of 1995, a period of more than nine years, and went over the $1-million mark for the second straight season.
Finished in the top-50 for the first time since 1996. Earned more than $1 million for the first time in his career, with $1,518,707.
Tied for the lead in starts (36) with Kenneth Staton during the 2002 season.
A late surge earned him his PGA TOUR card for 2002 by finishing 125th in earnings; second time in last three years he retained playing privileges with good play late in season. Made cut his last three events.
Collected $485,589 in prize money and had three top-10s. Missed the cut in his first six tournaments.
Made successful return to PGA TOUR, playing in 30 events and making the cut in 20 of those. Finished 121st on the money list to retain his card.
Played mainly on Web.com Tour and was first in scoring average (69.61) on way to eighth-place finish on money list to regain TOUR playing privileges.
Lost his card after finishing 180th on the money list.
Was among top-25 in 15 events and among top-10 in five events.
Earned PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year honors.
Finished 23rd on Web.com Tour money list.
Made his first Web.com Tour cut and played in Japan (1989-90) and on mini-tours (1992-93).