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PGA TOUR Victories (3)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (11)
Additional Victories (5)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Would have won the Charles Schwab Cup had he converted his 54-hole lead into a victory at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Instead, he finished the tournament T3 and was No. 2 in the final standings, his third straight top-five finish. Led the Tour in eagles (18) for the second straight season and led in par 5 scoring average (4.46) for the third straight season. Posted two wins (American Family Insurance Championship, Shaw Charity Classic) and 13 top-10s, and finished second on the money list with $2,008,618.
Enjoyed perhaps the best year of his professional career with four victories, a trio of runner-up finishes and a second-place finish on the Charles Schwab Cup money list with a career-best $2.6 million. His four victories were second to Bernhard Langer and his 14 top-10 finishes were third on Tour. Was among the leaders in several statistical categories, including putting average (2nd), scoring average (3rd) and driving distance (3rd). He also led all players in birdies (383) and eagles (18) and was second to Langer in sub-par rounds (60) and Rounds in the 60s (45).
Took full advantage of his first full season on PGA TOUR Champions. Posted two victories, joining four others with multiple wins, and finished fourth in the final Charles Schwab Cup race. In addition was fifth on the money list with $1,562,802. Was second in total eagles with 15 and led all players in converting Par 5s with birdies or better at 53.48%. Was also fourth in Driving Distance.
Made one cut in seven starts on the PGA TOUR and went without a top-25 for the fourth consecutive season. Worked for Fox Sports in its television coverage of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay and was also a Fox announcer at the U.S. Senior Open in Sacramento.
Made two cuts in 12 PGA TOUR starts. Began the season on a Non-Exempt Medical Extension, with 11 events to earn $641,450. Earned $22,794 and was not able to clear the Medical Extension. Worked throughout the season as an on course analyst for Golf Channel.
Serving as the tournament host at the Reno-Tahoe Open, finished 69th for his only made cut in eight starts during the season.
Will have 18 events in 2013 to earn $647,510 to extend his Non-Exempt, Medical Extension. Did not make a cut on the PGA TOUR in the season in six starts. Played with amateur partners President Bill Clinton and Humana CEO Mike McCallister, as well as Greg Norman, in the third round of the Humana Challenge. In the late summer, spent a week co-hosting "Morning Drive" on Golf Channel. Was diagnosed with a bone spur and torn ligaments in his left thumb and wrist in the fall. Will undergo surgery to remove the spur and reattach ligaments on September 18 in Los Angeles, sidelining him from competition the remainder of the season. While away from competition, will be a part of NBC Sports and Golf Channel's broadcast teams at various events. Inducted into California Golf Hall of Fame in 2012.
Claimed four top-25 finishes in 22 starts on TOUR, but finished outside the top 125 on the money list for the fourth time since 1995.
Ended the season outside of the top 125 on the money list for only the third time since his rookie year in 1995.
PGA TOUR veteran recorded three top-10s and had his best season since 2003.
Playing on a Major Medical Exemption, was unable to make the necessary $485,171 in 13 events to retain fully exempt status for 2008 but did earn enough to finish in the top 125.
Granted Major Medical Extension carryover for 2008. Did not play on the PGA TOUR in 2007 as he continued comeback from elbow surgery performed in August 2006. Coupled with 2006 winnings of $175,727, had 13 events to earn $485,171, equaling No. 125 from 2006.
Limited to 15 events due to season-ending right elbow surgery on August 16 to repair a torn extensor carpi radialis brevis (muscle that runs from the wrist to the elbow).
Failed to extend streak of $1-million seasons to four as money list position fell below No. 100 for the first time since 1999.
Made 23 cuts in 28 starts and earned a career-best $1,896,714. Earned $1,073,624 of his season earnings during the West Coast Swing.
Collected his third TOUR victory and his second in Atlanta.
Compiled season earnings of $495,975, good for 97th on official money list.
Fell out of the top 100 in season earnings for first time in four years with 101st-place finish.
Made 14 of 28 cuts, including three top-10s on way to 69th-place ranking on money list.
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