These golfers turned 50, or will before coming to Omaha in July, since last year's U.S. Senior Open:
Vijay Singh (Feb. 22): The World Golf Hall of Famer from Fiji has won 34 times on the PGA Tour, where he's expected to play most of this season. Won two PGA Championships and the 2000 Masters.
Colin Montgomerie (June 23): The Scotsman's career includes five runner-up finishes in majors, an undefeated record in singles at eight Ryder Cups and eight European Tour Order of Merit titles.
Steve Elkington: The 1995 PGA Championship winner from Australia has 10 PGA Tour wins, all in the 1990s. Played for the International team in four Presidents Cups.
Rocco Mediate: The first to win on the PGA Tour using a long putter (he's back to using a conventional putter), he has six wins on the Tour. Lost to Tiger Woods in a playoff in the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
John Inman: Won twice on the PGA Tour from 1985 to 1995. Older brother Joe has won three times on the Champions Tour.
Bart Bryant: Owns three PGA Tour wins, both coming in his 40s. Older brother Brad has won on the both the PGA and Champions Tours. They are one of 12 winning brother duos on the tours.
Brian Henninger: Won the same tournament (Southern Farm Bureau Classic) twice on the PGA Tour after winning three times on the then-Ben Hogan Tour in 1992.
Billy Ray Brown (April 5): A three-time PGA Tour winner during the 1990s, he is an on-course reporter for Golf Channel.
— Stu Pospisil