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PGA TOUR Victories (13)
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
International Victories (1)
Additional Victories (3)
Made just two cuts in sixPGA TOUR starts. Continued to spend time working as an on-air personality and analyst for Golf Channel.
Finished the season No. 202 in the FedExCup standings, with three made cuts in 15 starts. Worked as a Golf Channel analyst throughout the season and for ESPN during The Open Championship.
Made only one of eight cuts on the PGA TOUR and finished No. 248 in the FedExCup standings. Only played 15 rounds on TOUR, his fewest since 1992 when he played 14 as an amateur.
Finished the season No. 238 in the FedExCup standings, failing to advance to the Playoffs for the fifth time in six seasons.
Made the cut in nine of 24 starts on the PGA TOUR. Finished outside the top 125 on the official money list for the eighth time in the last nine seasons.
Finished inside the top 125 on the money list (No. 106) for the first time since 2002.
Playing out of the Top-50 all-time money exemption category, made the cut in six of 22 starts on the PGA TOUR, with a runner-up finish at the U.S. Open his only top-25 effort.
Playing on a Major Medical Extension, made the cut in five of 20 starts, but finished outside of the top 125 (No. 219) for the sixth consecutive season.
Played on Top-25 all-time money exemption in 2007, but was limited to seven events (five through mid-February) due to the difficult pregnancy of wife, Susie. Granted Major Medical Extension (family crisis) and had 20 events in 2008 to earn $713,235 (combined with 2007 earnings of $71,945, would equal 2007's No. 125 earnings of $785,180) and receive Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the 2008 campaign. Played in two events after the birth of daughter Sienna in August.
Made strides after battling back and swing issues the past several years, posting three top-25s.
Fell from 80th to 211th on the money list, making only four cuts in 20 starts.
Failed to win for the first time since 1996 and had his lowest position on the money list (No. 80) since 1994. Recorded two top-10s.
Finished eighth in earnings, the sixth consecutive year in the Top 10. Forced to withdraw from Bay Hill Classic and THE PLAYERS Championship due to tendinitis in right wrist.
Sidelined for 10 weeks by back problems. First felt back pain following U.S. Open and was forced to withdraw during first round of THE INTERNATIONAL. Continuing pain caused withdrawals from PGA Championship and World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational
Became first player since Johnny Miller in 1974 to win four times before the Masters. Also first player since Nick Price (1993-94) to earn at least four victories in consecutive years.
Led The Presidents Cup team eligibility list. Earned the Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy with lowest scoring average (69.13) and the Arnold Palmer Award for earnings ($2,591,031), thanks to four victories.
Won last three events to finish second in official earnings. First player in PGA TOUR history to win playoffs in consecutive weeks. Also became first player since Billy Andrade in 1991 to win his first two titles back to back.
Had his fourth and fifth runner-up finishes since joining the TOUR. Also had three third-place performances.
In rookie season, just missed winning four times in his rookie season, with three runner-up showings and a third-place performance.
Enjoyed one top-10 in his six PGA TOUR starts. Played 22 Web.com Tour events and finished eighth on the money list. Was T3 three times. Earned his 1995 PGA TOUR playing privileges.
Finished 11th on Web.com Tour money list despite playing in only nine events.