The PGA Champions Tour is a series of annual golf events for players 50 years of age and older. The tour was formerly known as the Senior PGA Tour until late-2002.
The 2015 schedule consists of 27 stops across 17 states, with Canada, China and England each hosting a single event.
The prestigious Arnold Palmer Award is given to the player with the most earnings on the annual tour. German Bernhard Langer - a two-time Masters champion - captured the award for the 2014 campaign with more than $3 million in prize money. The title was Langer's third straight and record sixth overall.