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PGA TOUR Champions Victories (8)
Additional Victories (15)
Played in just two events during the year.
Again played in six official events.
Made just six official appearances and none after the 3M Championship in early August. In early November, was inducted into the Chester County Sports Hall of Fame in Pennsylvania.
Made just nine Champions Tour appearances.
Returned to the Champions Tour for the first time in almost a year following shoulder surgery.
Had his season cut short by arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder on April 18th. In October, 2008, was the first inductee into The Golf Association of Philadelphia Hall of Fame.
Had left-knee surgery late in the season for a torn meniscus. Hosts his own tournament annually to raise money for the fight against cancer and received the Ben Franklin Award in 2007 from the University of Pennsylvania's Abramson Cancer Center.
Suffered several maladies midway through the 2006 season. Transient osteoporosis of the hip forced him off the Tour for nearly two months and then underwent surgery on his right knee.
Was selected to the Philadelphia Hall of Fame in 2004.
Voted as the Champions Tour's Comeback Player of the Year.
Missed the first five months of the 2001 season, recovering from rotator cuff surgery on both shoulders (left shoulder in November 2000; right shoulder in January 2001).
Named the Most Courageous Athlete by the Philadelphia Sportswriters Association in 2000. Was troubled most of the 2000 season by a left-shoulder problem and underwent arthroscopic surgery in November that year.
Tied Gil Morgan for the most top-10 finishes (19) in the campaign, while compiling multiple wins for the first time as a professional. Came close to winning two other events.
Selected as the Philadelphia Sportswriters Professional Athlete of the Year in 1994.
Was selected to Pennsylvania's Sports Hall of Fame in 1993.
Included in the list of 100 Heroes of American Golf, and was inducted into the Collegiate Golf Coaches of America Hall of Fame in 1988.
Received the Bob Jones Award and Ben Hogan Award in 1984. Also received the 1984 Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation's Athlete of the Year Award.
Won three Sunnehanna Amateur titles and had the 11th hole at Sunnehanna CC dedicated to him in 1979.
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