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Tom Watson

-35-Year-Old Golfer

2013-14 Senior Stats

Rank

Winnings

$53,728

Winnings/Entry

$10,746

Entries

5

Rounds

14

2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

There was no outlook written for Tom Watson in 2013-14. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

HT: 6' 9"   WT: 175 lbs   Country: USA   Birthdate: 9/4/2049   Birth Location: Kansas City,MO   College: Stanford   Debut: January 1, 1971  

May 29, 2011    Tom Watson News Update

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Watson (-10) bested David Eger on the first hole of a sudden death playoff to win the Senior PGA Championship after carding a two-under par 70 on Sunday.

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Tom Watson PGA Stats
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Season Entries Rounds Rank Winnings Winnings/Entry
2010 Season 3 10 $149,371 $49,790
2011 Season 3 8 219 $72,067 $24,022
2012 Season 2 6 244 $11,834 $5,917
2013 Season 4 10 $28,980 $7,245
2013-14 Season 5 14 $53,728 $10,746

 

Tom Watson Tournament Results
Date Tournament Score Position Winnings Strokes Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4
August 7, 2014 PGA Championship $0 145 72 73
July 17, 2014 The Open Championship 1 51 $25,030 289 73 73 75 68
July 3, 2014 The Greenbrier Classic -4 35 $28,698 276 71 68 68 69
April 17, 2014 RBC Heritage $0 148 75 73
April 10, 2014 The Masters $0 159 78 81
August 8, 2013 PGA Championship $0 150 73 77
July 18, 2013 The Open Championship $0 153 75 78
July 4, 2013 The Greenbrier Classic -4 38 $28,980 276 68 69 72 67
April 11, 2013 The Masters $0 157 79 78
July 19, 2012 The Open Championship 12 77 $16,636 292 71 72 76 73
July 5, 2012 The Greenbrier Classic 4 73 $11,834 284 70 68 71 75
April 5, 2012 The Masters $0 151 77 74
July 28, 2011 The Greenbrier Classic $0 146 75 71
July 14, 2011 The Open Championship 6 22 $72,067 286 72 70 72 72
April 7, 2011 The Masters $0 151 79 72
July 15, 2010 The Open Championship $0 148 73 75
June 17, 2010 U.S. Open Championship 11 29 $54,871 295 78 71 70 76

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Watson, 11-over par, tied for 29th at the U. S. Open.

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Watson will make the cut at the U. S. Open if the current seven-over remains the cut line. With very few players left to complete their round, no radical changes are expected.

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Watson finished tied for 18th at the Masters. He was among the early leaders on Thursday when he shot an opening round 67, but closed with rounds of 74-73-73. Still, he earned a special exemption to the U.S. Open with the showing, ESPN reports.

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Watson, tied for second, was the first of five players to complete his round of 67, five-under in the first round of the Masters.

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Watson (22-under) birdied the last two holes to top Champions Tour rookie Fred Couples by a stroke at the season opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship played in Hawaii.

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Watson will play in the Dubai Desert Classic, PGATour.com reports.

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Watson will qualify for the 2010 British Open after the tournament changed rules that would have failed to give an automatic qualifying bid for former champions who were over 60 years old, the Associated Press. The tournament amended it's rules so that former champions who finish in the top 10 in the previous five Opens get a five-year exemption.

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60-year old Watson, 12-under, has a four shot lead over Loren Roberts, John Cook and Mark Weibe at the Champions Tour Senior Players Championship, the last Senior Tour major of the year.

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Watson had the biggest one-week jump in the rankings ever recorded, moving to 105th from 1,374th, a jump of 1,269 spots.

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At age 59, Watson (72), a five-time winner of the British Open, lost in a playoff to 36-year old Stewart Cink at the 2009 British Open.

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At four-under, Watson (71) holds a one shot lead over Matthew Goggin (Australia) (69) and Ross Fisher (England (70) after 54-holes of the wind-blown British Open.

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After struggling early in Friday's second round of the Open Championship, Watson played his last 10 holes in 4-under to finish at 70 for the day, 5-under for the tournament. He's the co-leader at the event's midpoint.

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59-year old Tom Watson, a five-time winner of the British Open, continued his affinity for links style golf with a five-under 65 to be one shot back after the first round of the British Open.

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Watson extended his endorsement deal with Adams Golf, the company that makes its Tight Lies fairway woods, the KC Star reports.

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Watson opened with an even-par 71 at the British Open Thursday.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2010

To put it simply, there's no way Watson earns as much in 2010 as he did in 2009. His run at the British Open last year was a once-in-a-generation run. Everything lined up perfectly for Watson last season at the British Open, and it was certainly fun to watch, but it just can't happen again.

2006

He'll show up for the Majors, but the limited schedule makes it hard to improve on the 2005 number.