Nick Price went 0 for 1995 on Tour after six victories, including the British Open and the PGA, the year before.
Nick Faldo won at Doral but had his worst year in the majors since 1986.
Not only did Laura Davies fail to win a major, but she also failed to win any kind of tournament in the U.S. after April.
Greg Norman won three times, had the lowest stroke average on Tour and claimed the money title, yet wasn't even low Aussie in the majors.
After years of physical problems, sweet-swinging Steve Elkington had the best record in the majors by winning the PGA and finishing fifth in the Masters, sixth in the British Open and 36th in the U.S. Open. Elkington climbed to ninth from 43rd in the Sony Ranking.
It might not make up for the 1972 Masters, but Tom Weiskopf always gets a kick out of taking the measure of Jack Nicklaus, which he did at the U.S. Senior Open by stringing together four rounds in the 60s.
Two-time winner Billy Mayfair went from 113th on the money list in 1994 to second this year, improving on his take by $1.3 million.
Jim Colbert's numbers said it all: Four victories, $1.4 million, and, finally, No. 1 on the Senior tour.
Greg Norman was the first player to pass $9 million in career earnings, while Lee Trevino became the first senior to go over $6 million, and Betsy King the first woman to earn more than $5 million.