Raymond Floyd's PGA Tour Wins

List of Tournaments & Majors Won by Raymond Floyd on PGA/Champions Tours

Raymond Floyd plays a bunker shot during the PGA Seniors Championship.
Raymond Floyd, pictured in 1994, won 22 PGA Tour tournaments, four majors and 14 Champions Tour events. Gary Newkirk/Getty Images

Golfer Raymond Floyd is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, a membership built on the strength of the tournament wins listed below. Floyd won more than 20 times on the PGA Tour, including multiple majors; then he won nearly 15 more times on the senior circuit.

We'll list Floyd's PGA Tour and Champions Tour wins below, but first let's recall Floyd's major championship victories.

Ray Floyd's Wins In Majors

  • 1976 Masters: Beat runner-up Ben Crenshaw by eight shots; set records for best 36-hole and 54-hole starts (since broken); tied 72-hole scoring record of the time.
  • 1982 PGA Championship: Won by three strokes over Lanny Wadkins.
  • 1986 U.S. Open: Won by two over Chip Beck and Wadkins; at age 43, was the oldest winner to this point in U.S. Open history.

That's four career wins in majors by Floyd, tied with (among others) Jim Barnes, Bobby Locke and Ernie Els. See the list of golfers with the most wins in majors to see where Floyd ranks relative to other greats.

Floyd's PGA Tour Wins In Chronological Order

Floyd won 22 times in PGA Tour events, the first in 1963 and the last in 1992. That gap from his first to last wins - in Floyd's case, 28 years, 11 months and 20 days - is the longest in tour history. (Floyd also is one of only two golfers - the other is Sam Snead - to win official PGA Tour tournaments in four different decades.)

Here is the list, from his first to last:

  • 1963 Petersburg Open Invitational
  • 1965 St. Paul Open Invitational
  • 1969 Greater Jacksonville Open
  • 1969 American Golf Classic
  • 1969 PGA Championship
  • 1975 Kemper Open
  • 1976 Masters
  • 1976 World Open Golf Championship
  • 1977 Byron Nelson Golf Classic
  • 1977 Pleasant Valley Classic
  • 1979 Greater Greensboro Open
  • 1980 Doral-Eastern Open
  • 1981 Doral-Eastern Open
  • 1981 Tournament Players Championship
  • 1981 Manufacturers Hanover Westchester Classic
  • 1982 Memorial Tournament
  • 1982 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic
  • 1982 PGA Championship
  • 1985 Houston Open
  • 1986 U.S. Open
  • 1986 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic
  • 1992 Doral-Ryder Open

With 22 wins on the PGA Tour, Floyd is tied with Johnny Farrell on the all-time list of career wins.

Floyd's best years for wins were 1969, 1981 and 1982, when he won three times each. He won twice each in the 1976, 1977 and 1986 seasons.

The Doral was his best event for wins: Floyd won that tournament three times.

Floyd's Champions Tour Victories

Floyd turned 50 in 1992, which was the same year as his final PGA Tour win. He was 49 when he won the 1992 Doral-Ryder Open, then posted his first Champions Tour victory later that year. That made Floyd the first golfer to win on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour in the same calendar year.

Here's are Floyd's 14 career wins on the senior tour:

  • 1992 GTE North Classic
  • 1992 Ralphs Senior Classic
  • 1992 Senior Tour Championship
  • 1993 Gulfstream Aerospace Invitational
  • 1993 Northville Long Island Classic
  • 1994 Tradition
  • 1994 Las Vegas Senior Classic
  • 1994 NFL Golf Classic
  • 1994 Golf Magazine Senior Tour Championship
  • 1995 PGA Seniors Championship
  • 1995 Burnet Senior Classic
  • 1995 Emerald Coast Classic
  • 1996 Ford Senior Players Championship
  • 2000 Ford Senior Players Championship

Floyd's 14 senior wins ties him with Dave Stockton and Tom Watson on the list of golfers with the most Champions Tour victories. Four of Floyd's wins were senior majors - the Tradition, PGA Seniors Championship and Senior Players Championships. That ties him with, among others, Lee Trevino on the list of golfers with most wins in senior majors.

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