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(CNN) -- As Tiger Woods is named PGA Tour Player of the Year for the eighth time in the past 10 years, we look at the golfing superstar's career in numbers and the prize money he has picked up along the way.
8: Number of times Woods has picked up the PGA title in the past decade. American golfer Mark O'Meara was awarded the title in 1998, and in 2004 the award was given to Fijian player Vijay Singh.
12: Number of major wins by Woods, including victories in the British Open and PGA Championship.
31: The next birthday Woods will celebrate on December 30.
$10 million: Amount in prize money won by Woods in a unanimous choice vote by his fellow tour players, after he won eight PGA Tour events.
68.11: Scoring average number of strokes a round by Woods, which led to his winning the Byron Nelson Trophy on the tour.
$9,941,563: Total money Woods has earned in 2006.
72: Number of titles won worldwide by Woods.
54: Wins Woods has earned on the PGA Tour, making him the fifth-most successful player after Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer.
53: Percentage of tournaments won by Woods on the U.S. tour in 2006.
2007: Year in which Woods is uncertain when he will launch his campaign. Woods said recently he is looking forward to going skiing and getting away after a difficult year emotionally after the death of his father in May.
$3.8 million: Prize money won by South African Trevor Immelman, who won the Western Open and was named the tour rookie of the year.
15: Number of competitors Woods will be playing against at the Sherwood Country Club invitational tournament this week, which he has already won twice.
Tiger Woods is named PGA Tour Player of the Year for the eighth time in the past 10 years.
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