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PGA TOUR Champions Victories (9)
International Victories (21)
Additional Victories (5)
PLAYOFF RECORD (0-1)
PLAYOFF RECORD (3-2)
Was one of three players to post three top-five finishes in the Playoffs, including a win at the Dominion Energy Charity Classic, and tied for the best cumulative score in the Playoffs (45-under). His win at the Chubb Classic extended his streak to six straight years with a win. Finished No. 7 in the Charles Schwab Cup and 12th on the money list ($1,295,482).
Posted the first two senior major wins of his career (Regions Tradition, The Senior Open Championship) en route to finishing No. 5 in the Charles Schwab Cup. He was the only player to post top-10 finishes in all five majors. Posted 13 top-10s and won over $1.9 million, the highest total of his PGA TOUR Champions career. Ranked third with a 69.18 scoring average.
Enjoyed another productive season with over $1 million in season earnings and a fifth-place finish on the Charles Schwab Cup money list, the second year in succession he's been among the top five in that category. Narrowly missed finishing among the top five on the final Charles Schwab Cup points list. Was in fourth place prior to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, but a T34 finish dropped him two places, missing out on the bonus opportunity for the top-five finishers.
Finished fourth on the money list with just over $1.6 million despite playing in just 13 of 26 events during the season. Had a nice two-week run in China in April while competing on the European Tour, including two top-25 finishes. Led the Tour in Putting Average at 1.714. In addition to his T18 finish at The Open Championship, he also made the cut in three other European Tour events.
Once again competed around the world, including six starts on the Champions Tour as well as events on both the European and Asian Tours.
Enjoyed another busy season, splitting time between the PGA TOUR and the European Tour while also making his PGA TOUR Champions debut a successful one. Served as a vice captain on Paul McGinley's victorious 2014 European Ryder Cup team.
Rebounded from an early January setback while skiing in his native Spain where he broke the tibia of his right leg, an injury that required surgery. Was out of action until late-April.
Made eight PGA TOUR appearances.
At age 40, had a career year, as he claimed four titles on his way to finishing fourth on the European Tour Order of Merit, equaling his highest position.
Had three top-10s in four starts in the late summer.
Played as a PGA TOUR member for the first time, making 19 starts and 10 cuts. Also played in 10 European Tour tournaments.
Only top-10s were a trio of T3 performances, with two of them coming in back-to-back starts.
Played in 11 PGA TOUR events and had two top-10s. Finished 11th on the European Tour's Order of Merit, where he recorded four top 10s.
Had a pair of T10s in the U.S. Finished fourth on the European Tour Order of Merit for a second consecutive season.
Was a multiple-tournament winner for the first time in his career and finished fourth on the Order of Merit.
Had one PGA TOUR start, and had three top-10s on the European Tour.
Played in his first PGA TOUR events in the U.S., and played in all four major championships for the first time. On the European Tour, didn't win but was a runner-up for the third time in as many years.
Enjoyed five top-10s.
Had five top-10s for his best season since turning professional.
Recorded top-10s in each of his first four events to open the season then didn't have another top-10 the rest of the season.
Played his first full, European Tour season, making the cut in half of his 22 starts.
Made his European Tour debut, finishing T47, and played in three other tournaments, making the cut in all three.
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