Brandie Burton went from superstar-in-the-making at age 21 to just another player trying to come back from an injury at 23.
Tom Kite turns 46 later this month, but is age the reason he fell from 22nd to 104th on the money list? Fuzzy Zoeller did even worse, plummeting from fifth all the way to 110th.
It was hard for Mr. Positive, Chip Beck, to keep smiling after he went from back-to-back Ryder Cup teams to out of the top 100.
All that weighty Tour business was too heavy a load for policy board member Rick Fehr, who, after qualifying for the Tour Championship in 1994, had only two top-10 finishes this season.
Wayne Grady, who won the 1990 PGA, was 210th on the 1995 money list, well ahead of 1991 British Open winner Ian Baker-Finch, who failed to make a single cut.
Rounds of the Year
Cristie Kerr's 64 in the third round of the Betsy Rawls Girls National at DuPont Country Club in Wilmington, Del., set an AJGA record and was just one off Laura Davies's course record.
Hal Sutton's closing 61 in the B.C. Open not only tied for low round on Tour (Ernie Els had the other in the GTE Byron Nelson Classic), but it also helped snap a nine-year winless streak.
Kenny Perry's 62 in the second round of the Nissan Open got lost in the hoopla surrounding Corey Pavin's repeat victory, but it stands as the Riviera course record.
Justin Leonard's 68 in the final round of the Texas Open didn't seem like a big deal until you took into account that the rookie needed it to qualify for the following week's Tour Championship.