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MONEY LEADERS
 Tiger WoodsTiger Woods
Rank This Week: 1
Rank Last Week: 1
Events: 17
Money: $8,592,674

 Vijay SinghVijay Singh
Rank This Week: 2
Rank Last Week: 2
Events: 24
Money: $7,307,669

 Phil MickelsonPhil Mickelson
Rank This Week: 3
Rank Last Week: 3
Events: 18
Money: $5,609,025

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  Brad Faxon A demon with the putter
During his final-round 61 at the Buick Championship, Brad Faxon one-putted 11 times from an average length of 8 feet, 4 inches.
 
 
 
 
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 PGA TOUR Victories
(2) 1989  Southwestern Bell Colonial.  1991  British Open Championship. 
 International Victories
(12): 1983 New Zealand Open. 1984 WA Open. 1985 Queensland PGA [Aus], Victorian Open [Aus], Scandinavian Open. 1987 Australian Match Play [Aus], Polaroid Cup. 1988 Australian Masters [Aus], Pocari Sweat [Jpn], ASO Open. 1990 Coolum Classic. 1992 Vines Classic. 1993 Australian PGA [Aus].
 Best PGA TOUR Finishes
1--1989  Southwestern Bell Colonial.  1991  British Open Championship. 
  2004 Season Highlights
 PGA TOUR Playoff Record
0-1
 Other Information
Former British Open champion did not compete on the PGA TOUR in 2004. Highlight of 2003 season was serving as Captain's Assistant under Gary Player for the International squad at The Presidents Cup. Has worked as golf commentator for ABC Sports since 1998 and as an analyst for ESPN since 1999. In 2001,
played in his first PGA TOUR event since 1997, missing the cut at the MasterCard Colonial (74-77). MasterCard event was first since he walked away from the game following an opening 92 at the 1997 British Open--his only round of the season. Captured 120th British Open at Royal Birkdale in 1991. Closed with rounds of 64-66 to defeat countryman Mike Harwood by two strokes. Birdied five of his first seven holes Sunday to set stage for victory. Other PGA TOUR victory came in 1989 Southwestern Bell Colonial by four strokes over David Edwards. Amassed 15 top-10s during the 1990-91 seasons, earning more than $600,000. In 1996, chosen by Captain Peter Thomson to serve as Captain's Assistant for International Team during The Presidents Cup. Qualified for PGA TOUR by finishing third at 1988 World Series of Golf, earning $75,840. Led 1984 British Open at St. Andrews through three rounds before final-round 79 left him T9. Comes from same "neighborhood" as Greg Norman and Wayne Grady in Queensland, Australia. Got started in golf when he was 10 caddying for his father and started to play regularly at age 12 when he got his first set of clubs. While playing, worked for all the Australian television networks. Also served as an analyst for the Australian PGA Tour Productions golf telecasts in Australia until his return to the United States in 2001. During his travels, enjoys playing all the world's top golf courses.
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 National Teams
Presidents Cup (2), 1996 (Captain's Assistant), 2003 (Captain's Assistant). 1985-91 World Four Tour Golf Championship.
 
 
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