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PGA TOUR Victories (5)
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
International Victories (9)
Q SCHOOL GRADUATE
CURRENT YEAR HIGHLIGHTS
Took full advantage of his first full season on PGA TOUR Champions by finishing 16th in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings as well as posting his first victory on Tour.
Made four of 13 PGA TOUR cuts and failed to clear his Major Medical Extension. Will play the 2013-14 season out of the Past Champion category. Has not recorded a top-10 since the 2007 season. Finished No. 232 in the FedExCup standings.
Made only three starts but did not have a start after March. Played with a Major Medical Extension due to back and neck issues. Played in second stage of the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament but failed to advance.
Made three cuts in 10 starts on TOUR. Failed to record a top-25 finish for the third consecutive season.
Played in only five events. Missed his first three cuts of the season before a WD at the Northern Trust Open due to a back injury. Later underwent back surgery in February when it was discovered that he had a broken lumbar vertebrae.
Had the lowest finish on the money list of his career, at 219th, missing the cut in seven of 14 starts. Season ended in mid-July when he underwent right hip surgery. Will take a one-time Top 50 on the PGA TOUR Career Money List exemption for 2010.
Finished 143rd on the money list. Made 16 of 29 cuts.
Veteran logged 14th consecutive season in the top 125 on the TOUR money list, thanks to stellar play in the fall. Played in six of the seven Fall Series events, earning more than $642,000.
Finished out of the top 100 for just the third time in his first 12 years on TOUR.
After posting three top-10s during the 2002-03 seasons, opened the season with three top-10s in his first five events. Five top-10s were most since nine in 2000, and his 40th-place finish on the money list was his best since finishing 31st in 2001.
Played in a career-high 31 TOUR events. Sub-par year in which he slumped to $570,587 in earnings.
Did not crack the $1-million mark in earnings for the first time since 1996.
Won a TOUR event for the fourth consecutive season to place 31st on the money list with $1,574,208.
In 2000, was a two-time winner. Posted first career multiple-win season despite dealing with increasing hip pain that eventually required corrective surgery. Eighth-place finish on money list was his first year among the top 10. Established or matched career marks for: single-season earnings ($2,413,345), top-10s (nine) and wins (two).
Finished top-25 in 11 of 19 events entered. Posted five runner-up finishes and one third-place.