Kenny Perry senior tour's top player
Kenny Perry took home the 2013 Champions Tour Player of the Year award after a season in which he won consecutive majors and and had three victories overall.
Perry had $2,241,188 in earnings, second only to money title winner Bernhard Langer.
Perry was among seven nominees for the annual award. He also claimed the season-long Charles Schwab Cup, the senior tour's equivalent to the FedEx Cup.
Rocco Mediate, most famous for his playoff loss to Tiger Woods at the 2008 U.S. Open, was the over-50 circuit's rookie of the year. Mediate became the 16th player in tour history to win his first Champions Tour start when he beat Langer and Tom Pernice Jr. by two strokes at the Allianz Championship in January. It was one of Mediate's two titles.
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