Wins by the usually dominant 50-year-olds, in this case Bernhard Langer (two) and Mark Wiebe (one).
Winners who have come from behind in the final round.
The average final-round score of the year's winners, including the 74 shot by Senior PGA Championship winner Jay Haas under brutal conditions at Oak Hill.
Winners who have made a birdie on the final hole. (Three winners have closed with consecutive birdies.)
First-time winner (the tour has averaged seven a year since 1997): Andy North (far left), teaming with Tom Watson at the Legends.
Number of strokes made up by winner Denis Watson in the final round of the AT&T Champions Classic, the biggest comeback on tour since 2005.
Haas's score on the par-4 17th hole during the third round of the Senior PGA. Haas hit a 162-yard eight-iron from the rough that bounced through the fringe and rolled into the cup to give him a share of the lead. It was the shot of the half year.
Number of events out of 11 in which Haas has finished sixth or better—a major win, another win, two seconds, two thirds, two fourths and a sixth—making him our player of the half year.