All of Arnold Palmer's Wins on the PGA Tour, Champions Tour

Arnold Palmer in 1963
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Below is the list of tournaments won by Arnold Palmer on the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour. Palmer's victories are listed in chronological order, from the first to the last. Each year is also noted, along with how many wins occurred in each PGA Tour season.

Palmer won 62 times total on the PGA Tour, which is fifth-best all-time, behind only Sam Snead, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan. Seven of those wins were in major championships.

Palmer first won in 1955 on the PGA Tour, and last won in 1973. He later added 10 victories in the early years of the Champions Tour, five of which were in senior majors.

Arnold Palmer's PGA Tour Wins (62)

1955 (1)
1. Canadian Open

1956 (2)
2. Insurance City Open
3. Eastern Open

1957 (4)
4. Houston Open
5. Azalea Open Invitational
6. Rubber City Open Invitational
7. San Diego Open Invitational

1958 (3)
8. St. Petersburg Open Invitational
9. Masters Tournament (major)
10. Pepsi Championship

1959 (3)
11. Thunderbird Invitational
12. Oklahoma City Open Invitational
13. West Palm Beach Open Invitational

1960 (8)
14. Palm Springs Desert Golf Classic
15. Texas Open Invitational
16. Baton Rouge Open Invitational
17. Pensacola Open Invitational
18. Masters Tournament (major)
19. U.S. Open (major)
20. Insurance City Open Invitational
21. Mobile Sertoma Open Invitational

1961 (6)
22. San Diego Open Invitational
23. Phoenix Open Invitational
24.

Baton Rouge Open Invitational
25. Texas Open Invitational
26. Western Open
27. British Open (major)

1962 (8)
28. Palm Springs Golf Classic
29. Phoenix Open Invitational
30. Masters Tournament (major)
31. Texas Open Invitational
32. Tournament of Champions
33. Colonial National Invitation
34. British Open (major)
35.

American Golf Classic

1963 (7)
36. Los Angeles Open
37. Phoenix Open Invitational
38. Pensacola Open Invitational
39. Thunderbird Classic Invitational
40. Cleveland Open Invitational
41. Western Open
42. Whitemarsh Open Invitational

1964 (2)
43. Masters Tournament (major)
44. Oklahoma City Open Invitational

1965 (1)
45. Tournament of Champions

1966 (3)
46. Los Angeles Open
47. Tournament of Champions
48. Houston Champions International

1967 (4)
49. Los Angeles Open
50. Tucson Open Invitational
51. American Golf Classic
52. Thunderbird Classic

1968 (2)
53. Bob Hope Desert Classic
54. Kemper Open

1969 (2)
55. Heritage Golf Classic
56. Danny Thomas-Diplomat Classic

1970 (1)
57. National Four-Ball Championship (with Jack Nicklaus)

1971 (4)
58. Bob Hope Desert Classic
59. Florida Citrus Invitational
60. Westchester Classic
61. National Team Championship (with Jack Nicklaus)

1973 (1)
62. Bob Hope Desert Classic

Note that after Palmer's first victory in 1955, he won at least once every year through 1971. That's 17 consecutive PGA Tour seasons with a victory, and that's an all-time record that Palmer shares with Nicklaus.

In addition to his PGA Tour victories, Palmer won additional tournaments around the world, either on other tours or in unofficial money events.

The most prominent of those are his six wins in the event most know as the World Cup of Golf. A 2-man team tournament, Palmer won it with Snead in 1960 and 1962; and with Nicklaus in 1963, 1964, 1966 and 1967 (the first five times it was still called the Canada Cup).

Palmer also won several times in Europe. His only two official European Tour wins were both in 1975, at the Spanish Open and Penfield PGA Championship. Palmer also won the Australian Open in 1966, and the Piccadilly World Match Play Championship in 1964 and 1967.

Arnold Palmer's Champions Tour Wins (10)

1980 (1)
1. PGA Seniors Championship (major)

1981 (1)
2. U.S. Senior Open (major)

1982 (2)
3. Marlboro Classic
4. Denver Post Champions of Golf

1983 (1)
5. Boca Grove Seniors Classic

1984 (3)
6. General Foods PGA Seniors' Championship (major)
7.

Senior Tournament Players Championship (major)
8. Quadel Seniors Classic

1985 (1)
9. Senior Tournament Players Championship (major)

1986 (1)
10. Crestar Classic