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Gil Morgan 2001: Earned his second consecutive Byron Nelson Trophy for best scoring average (69.20)...Held off Dana Quigley by two strokes to win The ACE Group Classic, his second senior victory in Naples. Final-round 66 at Pelican Marsh Golf Club included a clutch birdie at the par-3 17th hole when his 7-iron shot stopped three feet from the hole. Followed up his win in Naples with a runner-up performance at the Verizon Classic and then lost to Jose Maria Canizares in a nine-hole playoff at the Toshiba Senior Classic. Successfully defended his title at The Instinet Classic, going wire-to-wire to edge J.C. Snead and Tom Jenkins by two strokes. 9-under 63 in the opening round at the TPC at Jasna Polana was a course record and included both a double eagle (No. 7-driver/3-iron) and eagle, a first on the Champions Tour since 1996. 2000: Missed the first two months of the year following an off-season rib-cage injury...Earned his first Byron Nelson Award with a scoring average of 68.83, the second best mark in Champions Tour history...First of three victories came in his first official 2000 appearance near Pensacola, FL. Went wire-to-wire at the Emerald Coast Classic, winning by four strokes over Larry Nelson...
Second victory came in late July when he came from behind at the The Instinet Classic...Added his third title at the rain-shortened Comfort Classic. Successfully defended his crown when he birdied the final two holes on Saturday to overtake Jim Ahern. Was declared the winner on Sunday when bad weather washed out the final round at the Brickyard Crossing...Set a Champions Tour standard when he put together an amazing 31 straight sub-par rounds. Started the streak at the FORD SENIOR PLAYERS Championship and saw it come to an end after one round of the SBC Senior Classic in Los Angeles. Had established the previous record of 26 consecutive in 1997. 1999: Posted a pair of victories. Carded a final-round 69 at the Comfort Classic in Indianapolis and edged Ed Dougherty by two strokes. Came back two weeks later and won the Kroger Senior Classic title, defeating Dougherty again thanks to a final-round 63...Also won his second straight Senior Slam in Los Cabos, Mexico, besting Hale Irwin by two strokes, and teamed with Hubert Green for the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf crown. 1998: Had six official victories that included a pair of Champions Tour majors...Successfully defended his Tradition title by coming from two strokes back of Tom Wargo to win by two at Desert Mountain...Also defeated Hale Irwin by three shots at the FORD SENIOR PLAYERS Championship with a whopping 21-under-par 267 total, a 72-hole record at the TPC of Michigan... Started the campaign with a victory at the MasterCard Championship at Hualalai and came from five strokes back to win the LG Championship in Naples...

Played all 54 holes without a bogey at Park Meadows and cruised to a four-stroke victory at the Utah Showdown...Final win of the campaign came at the Vantage Championship. Used a closing-round 65 to outduel Irwin down the stretch...Claimed the unofficial Senior Slam at Los Cabos, defeating Hale Irwin by six strokes. 1997: Voted by his peers as Rookie of the Year...Enjoyed a banner season, becoming just the second Champions Tour player at the time to go over $2 million in yearly earnings ($86,422/start)...Held off Irwin to win the season-ending Energizer SENIOR TOUR Championship...Made his first-ever successful title defense the week before at the Ralphs Senior Classic. One-stroke victory over George Archer at Wilshire Country Club gave him his fourth TOUR win in the Los Angeles area. First claimed back-to-back tournaments earlier in the year at the Ameritech Senior Open and BellSouth Senior Classic at Opryland. Was the first of three wire-to-wire winners when he nipped Irwin by one stroke at Kemper Lakes despite finishing bogey, bogey, double bogey. Claimed a two-stroke win in Nashville over John Bland the week after...Won his first senior major in early April at The Tradition, finishing six strokes in front of Isao Aoki with a 22-under 266 score, the 72-hole tournament record at the time. Season's other victory came in the rain at the First of America Classic, where he birdied the 53rd hole to take a one-stroke lead over Bob Duval, then clinched the title with a scrambling par at No. 18...Broke Bob Murphy's all-time record of 24 consecutive sub-par rounds when he strung together 26 straight. 1996: Earned his first Champions Tour title just 11 days after turning 50 at the Ralphs Senior Classic and became the youngest Champions Tour winner at the time...Debuted at the Vantage Championship (T16).

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